Forest is significant to Orang Asli communities, the exploitation of forest and transition in the trend of land use will be affected on the livelihoods of indigenous communities who once relied heavily on the forest are the most impacted. The Orang Asli rely on the forest in many aspects of their livelihood. Forest-related activities are the activities that they are involved in for their source of income. This study was conducted to identify the forest-related activities carried out by the Temiar community and determine their income from such activities. Data was collected from a structured questionnaire, in-depth interviews, government document, journal, books, and articles. The study site was selected based on the priority concerning the increase in such activities in Perak. The study was conducted at the Rancangan Pengumpulan Semula (RPS) Kemar, Hulu Perak. The findings show that the involvement of Orang Asli in forest-related activities at RPS Kemar, Hulu Perak is still strongly based on the most famous job that frequently does by respondents is forest product gathering either for their main revenue or side revenue.