ROYAL BELUM STATE PARK, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Royal Belum Upstream Fishing Expedition is one of the most challenging fishing expedition for an angler to experience in Malaysia. Royal Belum State Park, is the largest continuous forest complex in Peninsular Malaysia. Specifically, it is located in the Malaysian state of Perak and crosses into Southern Thailand. From 5 Days to 14 days fishing trip, Royal Belum Upstream Fishing will venture deep into the bloodline of Royal Belum Forest. Anglers will have the chance to land trophy species like Jungle Perch and a variety of Mahseer Species.

Upstream expedition requires careful planning and Fishyology Guides have the expertise and experience to facilitate such expedition. April until August is the best time to head upstream as dry season is great to ensure maximum fishing time and ensure the anglers safety. Contact us now and your journey awaits you 🙂

TECHNIQUE

Lure Casting and Bottom Fishing

ROYAL BELUM UPSTREAM FISHING EXPEDITION

From 4 to 10 Days Fishing Expedition

*Pre-planning is required to ensure proper setup of the expedition

EXPEDITION AND GUIDE SERVICE

  • Royal Belum Expedition will be guided by our experienced fishing and trekking guide
  • Guided by Fishyologist, experienced and well training fishing guide.
  • Other Service such as Equipment Rental, F&B Arrangement, Accommodation and Transportation can be arranged
  • Optional service to be included in the expedition like porter and private security can be arranged

ROYAL BELUM UPSTREAM FISHING EXPEDITION

1 Comment

  1. Dear Fishyology,
    I would like to organize a trip to Royal Belum on the weekend of 5th-7th August for 8 pax (5 adults and 3 children below 12).
    We are flexible on accommodation, although chalet is preferred.
    Could you please advise if you are able to help on those dates, and what is the cost involved?
    Lastly, is it possible to organize access to the ‘zon kawalan’ or restricted zones, which I believe required special permits.
    Please let me know.
    Thanks and regards,
    Bernard Mah

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