Deerland Park Lanchang
Located in an untouched environment, Deerland Park Lancang is a home to 30 Indonesian deer. The visitors will get a chance to interact with the deer by feeding and stroking them. Besides the deer, the park is also houses other exotic animals like ostriches, sun bears, albino snakes, peacocks, monkeys and many more.
The park also has other attractions such as a dedicated area to cultivate over 40 species of herbs including Tongkat Ali, a knotted rope for adventurous people to swing across the river and the wooden plank leading up to an observation tower.
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Monday – Thursday : 10.30 a.m – 4.30 p.m
Saturday & Sunday : 10.30 am – 5.00 pm
Friday : Closed
Adult : RM 7.00
Child : RM 4.00
Hear From Others
The deer have a pretty big area to run around and generally seem well treated. Unlike other zoos, you can get to feed and pet them which makes it more memorable. On one of our earlier visits, one of the staff even allowed us to go into the enclosure and spend time with the deer.
Deerland Park is a great place to visit. A trip to this petting park is an opportunity for animal lovers to get up-close and personal with deers as well as a variety of animals such as Golden Pheasant, Bengal Cat, Rabbits, Parakeets, Phytons and few others.
Kuala Tahan National Park of better known as Taman Negara is the first and the oldest official Protected Area in Malaysia. The park is estimated at 130 million years old, making it one of the oldest rain forests in the world.
Fraser’s Hill in general has long been a popular highland destination in Pahang besides Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Bukit Tinggi. The hill features many popular attractions such as a clock tower, a horse riding center, bird interpretive center, a dam, several nurseries and a waterfalls.