When you are in Penyabong, take the opportunity to do the island hopping to Pulau Tunas, Pulau Semut, Pulau Acheh etc. or visit the 'Kelong' nearby…Ask the locals and they'll gladly help you out to find the boatman.
When you reached Penyabong either from Kuantan or Mersing you couldn't miss to see the jetty but NO BEACH…Turn right and go straight ahead and you'll begin to see the beach, another jetty and the resort.
This is the perfect get away for nature lover and for those who want peace and tranquillity. This place used to be our favourite get away or should we say our hide away not because of the price but because of the ambience...Sadly not anymore!
There are so many thing you can do: Activities include swimming, fishing, jungle trekking, birdwatching or just relax and laze around by the beach
There is a very nice place for swimming with clear and clean water called the Blue Lagoon. While swimming, you can see the freshwater fishes swimming next to you. A very beautiful place indeed.
This is one of the beautiful waterfalls in Endau Rompin National Park and can be easily reached via trekking.
At Kampung Peta, an old Orang Asli man demonstrated to us various animal traps. The man used to be a very good guide and hunter among the locals.
There are several games of the Orang Asli people which test the intellect, something like those IQ games. You can try them and even buy them home as sourvenirs.
There are lots of freshwater fishes in the rivers. At some of the clearer parts of the rivers, you can see them swimming in the water and some of them are really huge.
On the track road to Kampung Peta, you will see many oil palm trees growing on oil plantations. This is because one of Malaysia's biggest export is oil from these trees.
The sunset along the river system of Endau Rompin National Park can be very breathtaking and good for photography.
During trekking in Endau Rompin National Park, you are required to cross the shallow rivers a few times using a guiding rope. This is a very good experience indeed !
Located at one of the oldest rainforest in the world, there are literally thousands of species of flora of all shapes and sizes imaginable in Endau Rompin National Park.