The Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilition Centre offers visitors the rare opportunity to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat while supporting efforts to preserve them.Read More »
Bako National Park is located on the north tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula in the western park of Sarawak.Read More »
The crown jewel of Malaysia's landscape, Mount Kinabalu promises an unforgettable experience to seasoned hikers and newcomers alike.Read More »
Wildlife initiatives, like the Kuala Gandah Elephant Reserve, are designed to protect the wildlife of Malaysia while allowing visitors to experience its beauty.Read More »
Malaysia is a very scenic country with vast hectares of rainforests and jungles. Since the country itself is developing at a rapid rate, efforts are being made to preserve the stunning wilderness and wildlife which make Malaysia such an incredible, bio-diverse paradise.
National Parks or Taman Negaras, protect valued areas of Malaysian rainforest. Lush, untamed and full of wildlife, it's not uncommon to see monitor lizards grazing in the distance, turtles bathing in the sun, and other exotic creatures while exploring one of these parks. A myriad of striking and unusual plant-life also thrives in the hot climate of Malaysia - including the largest flower on earth, Rafflesia arnoldii.
Some jungle areas are home to the indigenous tribes of Malaysia. The Kadazan, the Iban, and the Bidayuh (among others) still live life the way their ancient ancestors did hundreds of years ago. Tour packages allow you to walk a mile in their footsteps and experience life as they see it. Other regions are designated sanctuaries meant to protect endangered species, such as elephants or rhinoceroses. These places offer a close-up, once-in-a-lifetime experience with some of the planet's most majestic creatures.