Rompin State Park, or Taman Negeri Rompin (TNR) is a forest area that is blessed with interesting features of flora and fauna, geology and history. It has a unique natural beauty and pristine forests that are hard to find elsewhere. Among the natural resources available in TNR include 253 species of birds recorded in TNR along with 83 species of mammals including bats, 14 species of snakes, 9 lizards and 3 turtles.
The State Park’s rainforest is perhaps best characterised by its biologically rich lowland mixed dipterocarp formations, which generally predominate below 300m. Various accounts of The Park, however, also pay close attention to the edaphic hill forest formations, in particular the spectacular fan palm forest shrouding the hillsides of Gunung Janing, Gunung Barat and Gunung Tujuh. The fan palms are Livistona endauensis, a species endemic to The Park and its surrounds.
To commemorate the discovery of this unique species, the shape of the palm leaf is used as an icon to the State Park.