Located on the east coast of Borneo Island, Sandakan is a town that is rich in history and the gateway to many eco-tourism destinations due to its proximity to unique wildlife attractions. As a matter of fact, the richness of wildlife and nature here is one of the major reasons why travellers from all around
22 NOVEMBER 2016, Shah Alam – Tourism Selangor Sdn Bhd (TSSB) in collaboration with local ecologist, Goh Yong Chuan and social educator, Choong Baiqi have ventured into producing a book that highlights Selangor’s rich eco-friendly attractions. The book was officially launched by YB Puan Elizabeth Wong, Chairman Standing Committee of Tourism, Green Technology, Consumer Affairs
Petaling Jaya, 1 August 2016 – The Pulau Banding Foundation today launched its inaugural Belum Rainforest Summit 2016 (BRainS 2016) to highlight and tackle issues on rainforest conservation and sustainable use. BRainS 2016, to be held from October 17- 22 at the Belum-Temengor Rainforest, will bring together experts from a multitude of disciplines ranging from
[iconboxes layout=”icon-inside-left”] [iconbox title=”1. Desa Banyumulek” title_color=”” icon=”tags” icon_color=”white” icon_background_color=”purple” link=”” linktext=”” linktarget=”_self” description_color=””][/iconbox] [/iconboxes] Though the majority of Lombok population (85%) are farmers, they are also proficient in making pottery manually using clay. What makes Lombok’s pottery special is because the product is rubbed using volcanic clay after being dried slowly to give
The 300,000-hectare Royal Belum State Park – located in Perak Darul Ridzuan and approximately four times larger than Singapore – is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world, even older than the famous Amazon. Being part of the The Belum/Temenggor Forest Reserve, Royal Belum is estimated to be 130 million years old
In its effort to protect the Kinabatangan flood plain, WWF-Malaysia engages its stakeholders and partners (government agencies, oil palm companies, tour operators and the local community) to address the issues of reforestation, protection and management of the area.
If you crave to be surrounded by lush greenery and great outdoor experience, why not take the train from KL and drop off at Ipoh and then head to out-of-city destinations like Kampung Dew and Kampar River? Gaya Travel team did just that and we were truly bowled over by what Perak has to offer