Thirty Hill National Park is a hilly region in the middle stretch of the eastern lowlands of Sumatra, and has the potential of plant species diversity / wildlife endemic to high value.
Forest ecosystem types composer Thirty Hill National Park is lowland forest, forest and forest pamah plateau with types such floranya (Dyera costulata), red gum (Palaquium spp.), Pulai (Alstonia scholaris), Kempas (Koompassia excelsa), fringe (Shorea spp.), the fungus advances Rimau / RAFLESIA (Rafflesia hasseltii), jernang or dragon's blood palm (Daemonorops draco), and various species of rattan.
Thirty Hill National Park has 59 species of mammals, six species of primates, 151 species of birds, 18 species of bats, and various species of butterflies.
In addition to the habitat of the Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), tapir (Tapirus indicus), ungko (Hylobates agilis), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus malayanus), Crested Fireback (Lophura ignita), Peacock (Argusianus argus argus) and others; also as the protection of hydro-orologis Kuantan Indragiri River Basin.
Originally Thirty Hill National Park area is protected forest and limited production forests. However, the condition of the forest park is still relatively natural.
Communities surrounding Hill National Park Thirty consists of several tribes with the cultural mores and relatively still very traditional tribe Child Within, Talang Mamak and others. Society was mainly Talang Mamak, believe that the hill and the existing vegetation in this park has a magical power in their lives. Indirectly they take active part in maintaining and protecting the hills / plants in national parks.