This webpage is to invite you to tell us your story to share with others. But I'll start with my story first.
Well, one of my most memorable moments at national parks in Pahang was going on a boat with two friends at Taman Negara, catching fishes with a heavy net, and then grilling the fishes caught under a make-shift charcoal fire-burner.
The memories then were not just the joys of catching the fishes, but the thrills of grilling and burning them over fire, and then eating the fishes together in a group.
The fishes we had caught were really big ones. They were three big Kelah fishes weighing about 3-4 kilos each, while we missed a huge (about 5 kilo) black Toman fish that got away just when it was being carried onto the boat.
But still, just one of those kelah fish was enough to satisfy and fill up five big tummies. That’s how big the fishes were. And when the fishes were eaten straight from the grill, their fresh warm flesh dipped first in asam pedas or chilli sauce.... well it was really finger licking good!
I can’t really forget those thrilling moments!
Do You Have Your Own Unforgettable or Memorable Moments when you stayed at the national and state parks, such as at Taman Negara, Kenong Rimba Park, the Endau-Rompin State Park or any of the Wild-Life Reserves in the delightful state of Pahang Darul Makmur?
Share them with others!
For instance: -
Did you find flowers you’ve never seen before, like Rafflesia, rare jungle orchids or just a weird looking pitcher plant? Probably a tualang tree so tall that you can’t see the top?
Or you watched with bated breath the Malaysian tiger, seladang, wildboar (but also got bitten by mosquitoes, or the everpresent leeches!) while observing them silently on the high watch-tower in the park at night?
Maybe you caught a fish while sitting in the river-boat on your way to Kuala Tahan?
Or perhaps you had an exciting and joyful time river-rafting on the rivers, or felt the icy cool waters of remote waterfalls cascading over your body ?
And maybe you spent a good time spelunking and exploring the caves and got yourself bat dungs all over your shoes! Slippery, those batdungs, weren’t they?
Well, why not tell us your unforgettable story or experience during your stay at the various nature parks and wild-life reserves in Pahang (maybe you even saw the elusive Bigfoot at Endau-Rompin ... but it was too shy for the camera!).
Or show off your most memorable picture of your adventure there and tell the story behind it?
And maybe give some tips too.
Fellow adventurers and visitors of Pahang-Delights will be much thankful to you for sharing your story, no matter how short it is!
Tell us about your exciting adventure and memorable moments at the national parks of Pahang, like Taman Negara, Kenong Rimba Park, Endau-Rompin and other wild-life reserves.
And add your most memorable photo. Give future jungle adventurers a tip or two. And thank you very much for sharing.