The office of the Endau Rompin national park is in the city of Bekok in Johor. Visitors pay the park fees here and are transferred by 4WD cars to the Selai forest camp. The road to the camp is initially paved, but becomes a dirt track in the last section. The Selai camp has comfortable chalets with fan (no A/C), attached toilet and round-the-clock electrical power. There are also less expensive huts with no attached toilet about 100m from the Selai camp. The camp has a restaurant for travellers who booked the food package. The Endau Rompin national park is surrounded by a belt of palm oil plantations, but inside the park there is high quality primary rainforest, with majestic, tall trees.
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