A tropical paradise, one of Malaysia’s premier ecotourism holiday destinations, The Belum Rainforest Resort offers complete relaxation and serenity, stunning views and surroundings, adventure, and the chance to get close to nature.
A range of spacious rooms and suites are available as well as traditional chalets built with ecological design in mind and blending a unique combination of modern and traditional Malaysian design. Each room is fitted with contemporary, nature inspired décor and equipped with amenities including air-conditioning, an IDD telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, safe deposit boxes, iron and board.
Unwind and enjoy pampering at the recently launched Puteri Dewi Spa or explore the wonders of the Belum-Temengor rainforest to get a captivating insight into the astonishing habitat of some of the world’s rarest animals and plants with the help of the resort’s experienced guides.
Observe the many unique and colourful species of insects and exotic birds and learn all you can about these remarkable, feathered creatures. Enjoy the cool, crisp air and breathtaking views Belum offers by hiring a kayak or canoe for a leisurely cruise around the island. Adventure lovers can hire a raft for an adrenaline-pumping ride, drop anchor at designated spots to fish, or continue the journey of exploration on foot. The Belum Adventure Camp offering adrenaline pumping activities will be available from August 2015.
The Belum Rainforest Resort experience encompasses the best services and facilities a resort can offer. Set to open in October 2015, a new exclusive meeting venue, the Pavilion, will offer a unique venue concept with maximum capacity of 100 people. Attentive staff, a wide variety of activities, comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms, delicious cuisine and comprehensive facilities to accommodate the needs of all leisure and business travellers makes this tropical haven an ideal retreat
With the Belum-Temengor rainforest at your doorstep, experience the soothing beauty and mystery of the vast jungle. 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, including 14 endangered species of mammals, 10 hornbill species and 23 species of freshwater fish. As a part of the resort’s effort towards the Saving Our Rainforest Campaign, the special signature “Adopt-A-Tree” package donates 10 Malaysian Ringgits to the Belum Rainforest Conservation Fund for every package sold.