In this folder you will find information about the beautiful nature of Malaysia: sea life and marine parks, Taman Negara, WWF Malaysia, birds, waterfalls, rainforests, wildlife, flowers, plants and trees.
"This web page is intended to provide information on the Department particularly its objectives and functions in conserving the nationís natural environment. Visitors would be able to get information on the various conservation programs undertaken by the Department to conserve fauna species and their habitat. These programs include research and conservation, law enforcement, wildlife management, ecotourism and protected areas."
Site about Malaysia's most prominent jungle Taman Negara. Find out here where to stay, types of accomodation, how to get there, activities, tours, a map of Taman Negara and some essential info for jungle trekking.
SEATRU does conservation-oriented research on sea turtles in Terengganu since 1984. Here you can find information about: sea turtles, research, SEATRU volunteer, education, conservation, student projects and you can even adopt a turtle or nest.
Malaysian Nature Society was established in 1940 and is the oldest scientific and non-government organisation in Malaysia. Their mission is to promote the study, appreciation, conservation and protection of Malaysia's Natural Heritage, focusing on biological diversity and sustainable development. Here you will find links to parks and centres they manage, publications, science and education. Use their search engine to find more information about Malaysian nature and wildlife.
Rimba Ilmu is a tropical botanical garden, set up in the University of Malaya campus in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Rimba Ilmu means "The Forest of Knowledge" in the Malay language. The garden, established in 1974, occupies an area of 80 hectares. It is partly buffered by old rubber plantings and the living collections, mostly from Malaysia, are one of the most important biological conservatories in Malaysia. There are also plant species from other parts of tropical Asia, the Pacific islands, Australia, South America, Africa and Madagascar.
On this site you find all info about birds in Malaysia: bird reports, birding trip resorts, birding tours, bird links, national and state maps, natural history organizations, national parks & reserves, accomodation, conservation and environment.
Personal Homepage by Khong. Find out more about interesting nature destinations throughout peninsular Malaysia with this travel guide. Find info about: waterfalls, plants, wild flowers, mangrove trees, Pangkor Island, rivers, museums, historical buildings and more
"The Perak Integrated Timber Complex, (PITC) is a forest concession of just under 10,000 hectares in Perak State, Peninsula Malaysia. In July 2002 it became only the third national forest in South East Asia to be certified under the Forest Stewartship Council (FSC) scheme." Good on the Ground, A case study carried out from April 30th 2003 by Christoph Meyer with an introduction by the Tropical Forest Trust Secretariat