|King George V National Park|
|Nearest city||Kuala Tembeling|
|Area||4,343 km2 (1,677 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Department of Wildlife and National Parks|
Taman Negara is a national park in Malaysia. The park has been legally protected since the late 1930s. The size of the park is little under 4,500 kilometres square. It's one of the oldest deciduous rainforests (deciduous means the leaves fall off every year) in the world - nearly 130 million years old!
Activities close by include a canopy walkway, a cave system and rapids. Tourists can also enjoy birdwatching, jungle trekking and views of the Tahan River.