Park encompasses the watershed of the rivers Endau in Johor and
Rompin in Pahang and comprises some 488 sq. kilometres of forest.
Lush and relatively untouched, it is one of the few remaining
lowland forests in the country.
It is of major conservation significance due to the diversity of
the habitats and species found within.
A scientific expedition carried out in 1985 and 1986
identified 25 new species of plants within
Its rocks and hills have been estimated to be
248 million years old.
Scientific interest aside, it is also a haven for
trekking, camping, climbing, caving, bird watching, wildlife
watching, and exploration. Part
of its attraction is also intrinsically tied up with numerous
legends handed down through