Kenyir Lake - Malaysia

The largest man made lake in South East Asia can be found in Malaysia. Located in the state of Terengganu, Kenyir Lake is believed to have the oldest tropical rainforest in the world. It also serves as part of Malaysia's gateway to one of its national parks.
The lake is home to numerous exotic wildlife and fresh water fish. There are 14 waterfalls and several rivers in the 340 islands which were once hilltops and highlands. Nature is at its best for adventure seekers, nature lovers and aspiring photographers lol.

Here's from Wikipedia:
Although an artificial lake, the area has been successfully developed for eco-tourism, and there are many resorts around its shores. Fishing is popular, as are jungle treks, waterfalls and caves. According to the locals, the best season for fishing is August when the water level is lower. Popular spots for jungle trekking are Pengkalan Gawi, Bewah at National Park, along the rivers of Soak, Lasir, Tembat and Lawit. Kayaking, canoeing, boating, rafting and shooting rapids are among the many water sport activities available here.


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