Endau Rompin, the second largest National Park in Malaysia, is a vast expanse of tropical rainforest covering 80,702 Hectares and spanning the Johor – Pahang State border. The Park includes virgin rainforest, spectacular landforms, and a variety of rare and charismatic fauna, including the endangered Malayan Tiger.
Grant Associates, in collaboration with Biodiversity by Design, are working with PEERS Consult as the environmental consultants for an ecotourism and environmental framework strategy for the sustainable future of the National Park.
- A region-wide sustainable tourism and environmental management framework for both the National Park and the Pahang Endau Rompin State Park
- An appraisal of the existing baseline environmental conditions
- Recommended management zoning
- Key ecotourism and sustainable development proposals at the existing base camps