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A small yam ville in the centerpoint of peninsular
By: Perbadanan Kemajuan Kemahang

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view from bottom
View on sunny day
View Moderator's house from top
View Kemahang Village from top
Root climbing
Great Wall of Kemahang
Old Ship stranded on top of the hill?
Cave of the Proto Malays
Wild bee hives park
another waterfall
crystal clear water from earth
nice pond for a swim
deer suddenly crossed my bow
should unwind my screen to get clear pic
peaceful tropical rainforest
the jungle track
Daniel the future pace setter
Natural Landscape
Old rainforest trees
Wild flora
beautiful wild flower
same flower, different colour
natural nursery
lovely one
colorful mushroom
This is Yam
Ideal for landscape
rare flower
rare fruit
waterfall again
obviously crystal clear water
as golden as gold
butterfly farm (natural farm)
mountain bike track
slow water runs shallow
400 years old tamerind tree
Benta sunday market
Fresh fish sale
traditional herbs
Malaysian Pan cake
white water rafting anyone?
Camp in the wild
Geographic center of Malaysia Peninsular is located in Kemahang Wildlife Sanctuary, 146 km away from the Northeast of Kuala Lumpur, 70 KM west of Jerantut, 38 KM south of Kuala Lipis and 260 south of Kelantan. It may be accessible by train to Kuala Lipis or Jerantut and then by road to Kemahang. The best accessibility is by road straight away to Kemahang, the gateway to Center of Malaysian Peninsular Wildlife Sanctuary.

Welcome to the World Oldest Rainforest in Malaysia. A 130 million years undisturbed evolution of totally protected virgin jungle offers plenteous of untouched diversity of flora and fauna. You will meet the evidence of the Middle Stone Age that never been explored before. Covering some 4,343 sq KM of tropical rainforest within its confines is Gunung Tahan at 2,187 meters, the higest mountain in West Malaysia. Let’s figure out whether this very mountain was an island before. You will be rendered speechless to see an amazing carcass of an old ship stranded on the hill top that may elucidate that this jungle was an island decade centuries ago.

Proto Malays who brought technology and weapon around 2,500 bc are the most immediate ancestor of today’s Yunan. The stone wall discloses earlier civilization transpired in this very jungle. Mesolithic people lived in the rock shelters and caves in Middle stone age about 8,000 bc. The ancestors of Negrito aborigines known as Semang people still lives nomad in this jungle snatching wild bee honey.

Have a camp site and jungle track the untouched flora that you might not seen in your life before.[b]

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