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Kukup Park, Johor

Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Sabah

Endau Rompin Park, Johor

Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary, Sabah

Tanjung Piai, Johor

Tabin Park, Sabah

Kukup, Johor

TAR park, Sabah

Kuala Koh Park,  Kelantan

Bako Park, Sarawak

Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary, Pahang

Batang Ai Park, Sarawak

Kenong Rimpan, Pahang

Cultural Park, Sarawak

Red Tree Park, Pahang

Gunung Gading National Park, Sarawak

Taman Negara, Pahang

Kubah, Sarawak

Penang National Park

Lambir Hill National Park, Sarawak

Belum Village,  Perak

Loagan Bunut, Sarawak

Kuala Gula Park, Perak

Long House Tours, Sarawak

Nakawan State Park, Perlis

Mulu Cave Park, Sarawak

Batu Punggul, Sabah

Niah Cave Park,  Sarawak

Crocker Range National Park, Sabah

Similajau National Park, Sarawak

Danum Valley, Sabah Tanjung Datu National Park, Sarawak

Kinabalu Park, Sabah Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, Selangor

Maliau Basin, Sabah

Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Selangor

Rafflesia Centre, Sabah

Selangor State Park, Selangor


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  Malaysia Recreation Parks


There is really no better place in the world to experience exotic flora and fauna in their pristine tropical environment! Malaysia has a range of National Parks from mangrove reserves and tropical rainforests to Marine Parks. Just a few degrees north of the equator, the lush rainforests and the warm oceans set the perfect backdrop to watch wildlife in their natural habitat.

It is therefore not surprising that nearly 75% of Malaysia¡¦s land area remains forested, with approximately 60% of that being virgin rainforest. A signatory to the Rio Summit in 1992, Malaysia has pledged to retain a minimum of 50% of its forests and tree cover in perpetuity as its contribution to the global concern for conservation. As one of the twelve mega-biologically diverse countries in the world, Malaysia is able to boast at least 15,000 species of flowering plants, 286 species of mammals, 150,000 species of invertebrates, and 4,000 species of fishes in addition to the countless micro-organisms. Not surprisingly, it is a point of pride for Malaysia that this astonishing level of biodiversity is found in Malaysia¡¦s National Parks.

Among the biggest and best-known tropical flora and fauna here are the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Sun Bear, the Malayan Tiger, the Orangutan, Rainforest Tarantulas and the Proboscis Monkey. Borneo is especially well known for the world¡¦s biggest flower, the Rafflesia.

Aside from the diverse flora and fauna, Malaysia¡¦s National Parks also offer a huge range of outdoor activities, from activities as challenging as white water rafting and rock climbing to pastimes as calm as bird watching and river cruising. Experienced outdoor professionals, who are well equipped with the latest gear, can guide you through all of these activities. If you are looking for rich and exotic outdoor experiences in balmy tropical weather, the time is now, the place is Malaysia.


Key Tips

Take note of the rainy season when planning excursions and always bring along rain gear. Although the weather can be unpredictable, the monsoon season falls from September to December on the West Coast of the Peninsula. There is a distinct monsoon on the East Coast from December to February, while the rainy season in Borneo takes place in the first quarter gof the year.



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