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Kenyir Lake
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Kenyir Lake Destination Guide
About 10km from Kuala Serang and about 55 km from Kuala Terengganu is Tasik Kenyir, Asia's largest man-made lake. Covering an area of, it is the site of Malaysia's largest hydroelectric dam.

When the area was inundated with water, most of the hills were above the water level, creating about 340 man-made islands. Surrounded by a lush tropical jungle, the Kenyir Lake is a popular retreat for nature lovers, anglers, photo enthusiasts and fun seekers.

There are facilities for fishing, swimming, canoeing, boating and jungle trekking. The lake has a wide variety of freshwater fish. Accommodation in houseboats, floating chalets and lakeside resorts is available.

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Everyone who has ever done any fishing will tell you that Kenyir Lake is an angler's heaven. You can hire a speed-boat or perhaps rent a houseboat and stay overnight on the lake.
But remember that a entry permit from the Wildlife Department is needed in the National Park (Taman Negara). You can get one from the Tourist Information Centre at Pengkalan Gawi or at Kuala Berang office.

Glittering cascades that shower you with clear, cool mountain water amidst a green jungle paradise. Kenyir has more than 14 waterfalls, all beautiful, all worth a visit.
There is Lasir Waterfalls, located 16km to the south of Pengkalan Gawi. Lasir Waterfalls is spectular in their rush down five rapids. A large camping area and a hiking trail up to its top further enhances Lasir's attraction. You also easily kayak over there, right up to its falling waters.
Or take a trip to Saok, only 15 minutes from Pengkalan Gawi. With a flat, sandy area next to the falls, it is ideal for picnickers and campers. Tembat is yet another waterfall worth the trip. It takes 40 minutes to the north of pengkalan Gawi by speedboat. Tembat's waters are spectacular in their rush down cascading gracefully over several tiers.

Jungle Trekking & Camping
Kenyir is surrounded by rainforest, so rich in flora and fauna, with thousands of species calling the area their home. Some of the highlands designated for trekking and camping are Gagau Mountain, Bongsu Moutain and Padang Mountain.
But remember, this is no petting zoo, so follow only marked trails or engage an experienced guide who can lead you safely through this intricate maze, and you will be rewarded with experience rich with information and insights into rainforest's countless secrets and inhabitants.

Bewah Cave and Taat Cave, two magnificent limestone hills, located about an hour and a half by boat from Pengkalan Gawi, are the keepers of several magnificent caves. These caves are not only natural wonders, they are also the site of archeological discoveries dating back to Neolothic times.

With so much water around you -38,000 ha of surface area to be exact- you cannot not to to indulge in some watersports. Take your pick: there is kayaking, canoeing, waterskiing, jetskiing, swimming and shooting down rapids on the rivers.

Getting to Kenyir Lake

Tasik Kenyir is accessible via land and air. The journey may take a while, but it is a guaranteed worthwhile experience as you arrive to find the breathtaking beauty that awaits you.

By Air
Kuala Terengganu is easily accessible by air, and road. From Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur, or other key cities in the country, you can take a direct flight on the national carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and Air Asia daily and transfer by car to the resort about 45 minutes away. The KL-Kuala Terengganu flight normally takes about 45 minutes.

By Road
Take a scenic six-hour drive to the resort from Kuala Lumpur via East Coast Highway. The journey from Singapore takes approximately eight hours. Buses, taxis and rent-a-car services are easily available from all city centres on the mainland
From Kuala Lumpur to Karak Highway to Jerangau – Jabor Highway to Ajil to Kenyir Lakeview Resort
From Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan to emaman to Dungun to uala Terengganu to Kenyir Lakeview Resort

Express buses also provide daily services at 9.00am and 9:00pm from Hentian Putra Bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur. A direct bus service known as the Kenyir Express departs daily at 8:00pm from Hentian Putra in Kuala Lumpur to Tasik Kenyir via Al Muktafi Billah Shah Town and Kuala Berang. For further information regarding bus services, please contact Hentian Putra Ticketing Counter at : +603-4044-4276. One way ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Tasik Kenyir's Gawi Jetty will cost around RM30.00 per person per way

The thriving Lake Kenyir is Malaysia's leading freshwater angling destination.

Houseboats are becoming increasingly popular as a choice of accommodation in Kenyir Lake.

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