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Belum Rainforest Resort

Pulau Banding / Gerik / Perak




Rate valid till 31st March 2016


Superior Room with Breakfast RM   379.00 nett
Deluxe Room with Breakfast RM   409.00 nett
Executive Deluxe Room with Breakfast RM   439.00 nett
Deluxe Suite Garden View with Breakfast

RM   489.00 nett

Deluxe Suite Lake View with Breakfast RM   599.00 nett
Kampung House (1 Bedroom) with Breakfast RM   709.00 nett
Kampung House (2 bedrooms) with Breakfast RM 1078.00 nett
Kampung House (3 Bedrooms) with Breakfast

RM 1465.00 nett

All rates are nett quoted in RM and  INCLUDED 6% GST & 10% service charge.
Holiday surcharge may apply.

Terms & Conditions


Rate valid from 01 Apr 2016 till 31st March 2017


Superior Room with Breakfast RM   409.00 nett
Deluxe Room with Breakfast RM   439.00 nett
Executive Deluxe Room with Breakfast RM   479.00 nett
Deluxe Suite Garden View with Breakfast

RM   479.00 nett

Deluxe Suite Lake View with Breakfast RM   529.00 nett
Kampung House (1 Bedroom) with Breakfast RM   799.00 nett
Kampung House (2 bedrooms) with Breakfast RM 819.00 nett
Kampung House (3 Bedrooms) with Breakfast

RM 1145.00 nett

All rates are nett quoted in RM and  INCLUDED 6% GST & 10% service charge.

* Surcharge of RM 75.00 per room per night on :
15 Jul - 15 Aug 2016
24 Dec - 25 Dec 2016
31 Dec 2016

* Compulsory dinner on 24 Dec, 25 Dec, 31 Dec 2016

Terms & Conditions


Banding Island, Gerik, 33200 Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.


Rating : no rating
Check-in time - 14:00pm
Check-out time - 12:00nn

The Belum Rainforest Resort will in time become Malaysia’s premier ecotourism holiday destination. Set in the midst of a tropical paradise, the resort, which is located on Pulau Banding, promises to be everything nature lovers and holiday-goers expect in a getaway destination: complete relaxation and serenity, stunning views and surroundings, adventure, unmatched service, and the chance to get close to nature.

Nature’s Bounty at your Doorstep - With the Belum-Temengor Rainforest literally at their doorstep, guests at the resort will have a rare opportunity to experience the soothing beauty and mystery of the vast jungle, which has remained untouched for centuries. Nature lovers will revel at the chance to observe the beauty of plants and scenery that can be found only rarely elsewhere. Meanwhile, thrilling outdoor activities await adventure seekers who crave for adrenaline-pumping experiences.


Rooms at the Belum Rainforest Resort are designed to help you unwind and rejuvenate. Each of our rooms are lovingly appointed with contemporary, nature-inspired décor and equipped with the most comfortable and modern facilities to make your stay an unforgettable one.

All rooms are equipped with the following amenities : Day bed ,King or queen-sized bed, Air conditioning, Hot and cold water, IDD telephone, Mini bar, Broadband Internet Access, Coffee and tea making facilities, Safe deposit boxes, Iron and board (upon request)


The Belum Rainforest Resort experience encompasses the best services and facilities a resort has to offer. Attentive staff, a wide variety of activities, comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms, delicious cuisine and comprehensive facilities to accommodate the needs of leisure and business travellers alike that makes this tropical haven an ideal retreat.


Meeting and conference facilities available.


Restaurant with lake view served local and continental cuisine


By car - Pulau Banding is located within the Belum-Temengor rainforest, which is situated midway between the east and west coasts of Malaysia. The nearest towns to Belum are Gerik in Perak and Jeli in Kelantan, which are linked to the East-West Highway. Driving to Pulau Banding from Kuala Lumpur takes about five hours. From Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Highway and head north towards Ipoh. Take the Kuala Kangsar exit and head towards Gerik, bypassing the town of Lenggong. This highway will take you straight to Pulau Banding.

By bus - There are a number of buses from Hentian Duta in Kuala Lumpur that can take you to Pulau Banding. For information on schedules and pricing, visit Hentian Duta at Persiaran Duta, 50480 Kuala Lumpur,


Let nature envelope your senses - Pulau Banding is a man-made island located within the majestic Temenggor Lake. Sitting amidst the million-year old Belum Rainforest, visitors to the island can look forward to indulging in nature based activities such as fishing, bird watching, camping and visiting orang asli settlements.

Unforgettable adventures - Explore the beautiful outdoors, or relax indoors with a wide variety of activities to choose from. If it’s the outdoors your prefer, try your hand at fishing to enjoy the thrill of reeling in kelah, or even a toman, opt to go boating, or take a dip in near of the numerous waterfalls that can be found around the lake.

Belum-Temengor Rainforest is where the wonders of nature come alive. Over 130 million years of age and encompassing 300,000 hectares, this tropical paradise is home to a vast number of species of animals and plants, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. In fact, scientific studies indicate that this pristine forest, which remains one of the largest untouched forest reserves in Peninsular Malaysia, holds enormous potential for the discovery of more biological treasures.

Situated in the state of Perak, at the border of Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand, the stunning landscape of Belum-Temengor Rainforest houses over 3,000 species of flowering plants, including three species of the largest flower in the world - the Rafflesia. It is also the natural habitat of 64 species of ferns, 62 species of mosses, and has a lake that is home to 23 species of freshwater fish and 5 species of turtles. The entire forest complex is approximately four times the size of Singapore, which makes it the ideal place for large animals such as tigers, elephants and rhinoceroses to roam and breed, undisturbed by man.

Nature at its purest - The unspoiled magic of Belum, which literally means ‘land before time’, makes it the perfect habitat for 14 of the world’s most threatened mammals, including the Malaysian Tiger, Sumatran Rhinoceros, the White-handed Gibbon, Asiatic Elephant, and Malayan Tapir. It also makes this forest an ideal destination for ecotourism activities, such as wildlife watching, education and research initiatives, which support the conservation efforts of the area.