was officially opened to public in 2003. It covers an area of 29,343 hectares and is located in the district of Segamat. Selai was named after Kampung Selai, an Orang Asli village near the entrance.
Park's main attractions
Selai is the land of endless waterfalls. Countless waters-great and small are found inside the park. They really the jewel of the forest. Some of the well-known waterfalls are Takah Tinggi, Takah Pandan, Takah Beringin.