Located in and around Temengor Lake at the center of Malaysia, the Belum-Temengor Rainforest Complex has long been the subject of conservation talks due to government sanctioned logging operations, further deposing its unique flora and the large numbers of rare or endangered species to be found within its vicinity. Where else would you have the possibility of viewing the Malayan Tiger, the Asiatic Elephant or Sumatran Rhino? It's a rhetorical question. Nowhere but in the dense, unspoiled forests surrounding Temengor Lake.
Interested in the doings of the native Orang Asli? Visit their bamboo huts and enjoy their authentic rituals. The largest flower in the world? The Rafflesia is protected and abundant here.
If your adventure is in dire need of a natural, hidden world that has been here since prehistoric times, then make the trip to the Belum-Temengor Rainforest Complex. With government contractors putting their stakes in the ground everywhere in search of palm oil, who knows how long it will be around...
Note:There are also a handful of eco-resorts in the forest's jurisdiction if you're looking to stay outside of the cities and still have a relatively high level of comfort and amenity. Be aware that the marker on your map is approximate.