The Belum-Temenggor forest is located in the north of the Malaysian state of Perak, and borders with Thailand. It covers an area of 3000 km² and is the largest continuous forest complex in Peninsular Malaysia, believed to have existed for 130 million years, making it one of the world’s oldest rainforests, older than both the Amazon and the Congo. Most of the primary rainforest lies in the Royal Belum State Park to the north.

01 Banding rainforest research centre 02 Banding rainforest research centre 03 Trees 04 Trees
05 Forest canopy 06 Forest canopy 07 Trees 08 Dead tree
09 Rainforest along lake 10 Rainforest along lake 11 Rainforest along lake 12 Dipterocarp 13 Forest trail on wooden planks 14 Forest camp
15 Waterfall 16 Waterfall 17 Waterfall 18 Trees and sky
19 Rainforest along lake 20 Rainforest along lake
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