Mount Leuser National Park is a national park covering 7,927 km² in northern Sumatra, straddling the border of North Sumatra and Aceh provinces.
This region is considered the largest wilderness area in Southeast Asia, and offers incredible trekking. Around 12% of the park in the lower southern half is below 600 m above sea level.
Layout of Gunung Leuser National Park :-Mount Leuser National Park is 150 km long, over 100 km wide, and is mostly mountainous. About 40% of the park, mainly in the north-west, is steep, with over 1,500 m in elevation.
The highlight of this short adventure in the Gunung Leuser National Park is to visit to the old Orangutan feeding area in Bukit Lawang where semi-wild Orangutans are fed bananas and milk by the rangers twice a day.
Tangkahan is a tourist site situated on the edge of the Gunung Leuser national park and around 20km due north from Bukit Lawang.
A wide range of treks into the jungle looking for wildlife are available in Bukit Lawang, Ketembe, Kedah.
Mount Leuser is one of three prominent peaks on the Leuser Range. The Leuser region consists of ancient uplifted formations and is non-volcanic.
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