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Home >> Malaysia Adventure & Nature
Malaysia Adventure & Nature
Centuries ago merchant seamen following the trade winds discovered Malaysia. Captivated by its natural beauty and tropical bounty many returned again and again, some even choosing to make the idyll paradise of these shores home.
Today, Malaysia is a haven for adventure and nature lovers. Easy accessibility, the warm tropical climate, on-going conservation efforts and many beautiful nature spots all contribute to making Malaysia a premier eco-tourism destination.

Almost three-fifths of Malaysia's 330,433 sq. km land mass is covered by tropical rainforests which are home to a variety of exotic, rare and protected flora and fauna. Cascading waterfalls, rapid rivers, serene lakes, craggy mountains, secret caves, bountiful seas, kaleidoscopic coral reefs and scenic islands all offer something for each individual. Challenging jungle treks, leisurely swims, the adrenaline-pumping thrill of whitewater rafting or a quiet communion with nature are among the wide range of activities that can be enjoyed in Malaysia's fascinating outdoor environment.
Batang Ai National ParkBatang Ai National Park, Sarawak
This beautiful national park is home to one of the world's most endangered species, the Orang Utan. Besides being home to many other protected ...... More
Danum ValleyDanum Valley, Sabah
Danum Valley is about 70 kilometres (44 miles) west of Lahad Datu, Sabah's fourth largest town. It comprises 43,800 ha  of virgin forest. It is a vast ...... More
Gunung Mulu National ParkMulu National Park, Sarawak
The Gunung Mulu National Park is just situated in the far northeast of Sarawak - east malaysia. Actually it is the gate way to fantastic . ...... More
Kenyir LakeKenyir Lake, Terengganu
Located in the interior part of Terengganu, Kenyir Lake is the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia. Covering an area of 369 sq. km, it is also Malaysia's ....... More
Taman Negara ResortTaman Negara, Pahang
Spanning 4,343 sq. km and sprawled across the mountainous interiors of Kelantan, Pahang, and Terengganu is Taman Negara...... More
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