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Lake Kenyir is the biggest lake of Malaysia and this popular attraction is located within the state of Terengganu. Among people that visit the beautiful lake are locals, anglers, golfers and companies that organize their teambuilding activities. Lake Kenyir is the biggest manufactured (man-made) lake in Southeast Asia. The freshwater lake was constructed between 1978 and 1985 to provide for a dam to generate electricity and to bring a halt to the yearly flooding. Kenyir borders the popular National Park Taman Negara; you can travel from Kenyir to Taman Negara (vice versa), but this is no easy trip as it takes several days and can only be done with an experienced guide. Kenyir area is over 200.000 hectares in size. Within the area, you can find around 340 small – mainly uninhabited,islands; many waterfalls and caves. There is also an abundance of wildlife to be found in the Kenyir area.
The affordable cruise package for people who do not want to stay overnight to explore the beautiful Kenyir Lake.Houseboat day cruise will be memorable with mind-blowing vista of superb nature beauty. So come and explore Kenyir Lake cruising by houseboats. Experience the simple joys of life amidst the delicate embrace of mist, enhanced by pleasant harmony of singing birds and beautifu green scenary of forest trees with long rows of mangrove trees, as time seems to stand still while drift along. Discover Kenyir Lake, one of the biggest lake of Malaysia, through the exciting houseboat cruise. Compared to overnight stay package it cost less.
2 DAYS 1 NIGHT OR 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS HOUSEBOAT
A houseboat journey through Tasik Kenyir transports you into a world of stunning natural wonders.
Here for a tour of Tasik Kenyir, South-East Asia’s largest manmade lake, on a houseboat. It sounded like a great way to enjoy prime Malaysian panorama without too much huffing and puffing; perfect for the middle-of-the-road eco-traveller who has graduated from Broga Hill, yet not hardy enough to rough it out Taman Negara-style.
Grab your backpack and schlep towards the jetty where your houseboat is waiting.
Sporting cheerful coats of sky blue and sunny yellow, it looks like a sweet floating kampung house rather than a commercial trailer boat. Nothing to worried, there are cabins with proper pillow-topped beds, cooling wall fans and clean cotton sheets.