Taman Negara Johor Endau-Rompin (Selai)
No. 8, Jalan Satria 1, Taman Berjaya, Bekok,
86500 Segamat, Johor Darul Takzim.
Google Maps (Bekok office): https://goo.gl/maps/nF5Mu2YN7RU2
GPS Location (Bekok office): 2°17’53.2″N 103°08’06.8″E
GPS Location (Lubuk Tapah): 2°25’54.85″N 103°14’54.58″E
Visitors may drive all the way to the Selai entrance. However, the final leg of the journey entails about 6 km of rugged track, which is not recommended with a normal car. If you do not have a 4WD, you can arrange to leave your car at the Johor Parks office in Bekok and continue the rest of the way with a local transport provider.
To get to Bekok from Kuala Lumpur or Johor Bahru, exit the North-South Expressway at Yong Peng (North). Turn left at the T-junction after the police station and head north towards Chaah and Labis. Turn right about 4 km after Chaah town (follow the road signs) towards Bekok, which is another 15 minutes away. Drop by the Johor Parks office on the edge of town to register and park your car if you are using the park’s transport providers.
The Selai visitor centre is about a one-hour drive from Bekok. From the park office, follow the road signs towards the Sungai Bantang waterfall, which is 7 km from Bekok. Carry on past the turn-off to Sungai Bantang for another 20 km or so. The road will take you past an oil palm estate and five Orang Asli villages (Sri Tembayan, Kudong, Tamok, Kemidak and Selai). At the furthest village (Kampung Selai), turn left onto the narrow dirt road that leads into the forest. From this junction, it is a further 6 km to the Selai visitor complex.
By public transport
Take an express bus to Yong Peng, then hop on a local bus or taxi to Bekok. You can arrange for a transport provider to pick you up from Bekok or Yong Peng and drive you to the park.
Disembark at the Bekok railway station if you are coming by train. You can arrange for a transport provider to pick you up from the station and drive you to the park.