Han Rainforest Resort is located about 10 minutes drive away from Mawar Floating restaurant which is the river crossing point to the Taman Negara, Pahang.
Mawar Floating Restaurant
Crossing the river to the entrance of Taman Negara costs merely RM1 per pax and is just a mere 2-3 minutes ride away.
Han Rainforest Resort is the largest resort in Taman Negara.The place is located quite far from town area but it is highly convenient to stay here as there’s a cafe, convenience shop and even a spa in the vicinity of the resort.
Han Rainforest Resort
The reception. Apart from being a place for receiving guests, this is also is a place where you gather with your groups or book your tour.
Mr. Kenny Ng, our host and also the owner of Han Rainforest Resort, personally overseeing everything when we arrived at the resort.
Our room was pretty basic, with two single beds. As usual, I shared one with my husband while our son gets the whole bed to himself.
The vanity table. Sockets can also be found for all your electronic needs.
Our 3D2N stay here was all right. While you can’t expect lavish or overly modern amnesties like in-room high speed internet or room service, it’s proven to be comfortable with relaxing environment, perfect for those who really wants to get up close and personal with nature but still wants all the worldly comfort of a regular resort.
Our trip was sponsored by Han Travel/Han Rainforest Resort and MITA. Han Travel provides one of the best transportation and accommodation arrangement to Taman Negara, so look them up for fuss free experience in Taman Negara at an affordable price.
You can also visit www.rainforestresort.net for more information.
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