Taman Negara National Park is the largest national park here and estimated to be 130 million years old, making it the oldest rainforest in the world. It is roughly 106 miles away from Mount Nuang. It is said to be originally named King George V National Park in 1938, but was renamed as Taman Negara in 1957. We opted for a river cruise and jungle trekking to expose ourselves to the prodigious miscellany of flora and fauna and natural landscapes. Canopy walk is a great way to observe the wild. Walking across the longest suspension bridge was the most adventurous part of this trip. An overnight stay will help you survey the animals in their natural habitat, which is a rare opportunity for many travelers.