Situated near the border of Taman Negara, this huge forest reserve is home to the world's largest Chengal tree. It is estimated to be around 1,300 years old with a diameter of 16.75 meters and a height of 65 meters. The wood of Chengal trees is mainly used for building purposes as it is known to be extremely durable.
A highly exciting destination for nature lovers and the adventurous, Pasir Raja is blessed with clean, fresh air, countless wildlife, magnificent flora and fauna, numerous winding streams, rapids and a waterfall. It is a perfect setting for jungle trekking, swimming and relaxing.