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Nature of Malaysia - national parks and reserves for active recreation

Kota Kinabalu Several unique ecosystems are located on the territory of Malaysia. Numerous national parks and reserves have been created to protect them. Oru Sepulot was a little-known place before. It is hidden in the forests of Sabah. It has gained popularity among naturalists in recent years. It is a majestic natural wonder that has inspired many travelers with its beautiful landscapes and the nature of the surrounding region. Extensive areas of greenery, unique flora and fauna are located on the territory. Some areas are considered sacred to the Muruta people. However, they are open to the public today.
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Bako is the oldest National Park in Sarawak it is located on the northern part of the Muara Tebas Peninsula. Bako accommodates several types of landscapes: from secluded bays to dense mangroves, graceful rocks and swampy forests. Keen wildlife watchers can see the long-nosed monkey (found only in Borneo) and the bearded pig here. Travelers will also see long-tailed macaques, silver monkeys, and small exotic lizards here. There are 16 walking routes for the convenience of tourists.
A trip to Kuching usually includes a visit to the Kubah national Park. Its territory is not very well maintained. But still there are paths, stairs, and bridges for the convenience of tourists. The highest peak of the park is Mount Merapi (Gunung Merapi). The route is quite difficult for beginners. The most popular trail leads through the thickets of lowland rain forest to the thundering waterfall. The Matang Wildlife Center is about 14 kilometers away. It is home to many orangutans and other native animals. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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Gunung Mulu in Sarawak state is famous for its cave ecosystems. There are amazing formations and 27 species of bats inhabiting the caves. The highest point of the park is Mount Mulu (3277 meters above the sea). The largest grotto in the world is located on the territory of the park. It reaches 70 meters in height. In addition to the incredibly large insects, 270 species of birds, 55 species of reptiles, and 20,000 species of invertebrates live in Mulu.
Blue Hour in Kuala Lumpur The five Islands of Tunku Abdul Ramen National Park near Kota Kinabalu are surrounded by azure waters. This is a popular place for day trips. The headquarters of the marine reserve is located on Pulau Gaya, the largest of the Islands. Other Islands that make up the protected area are Manukan, Mamutik, Sapi, and Sulug. It is better to enjoy scuba diving at remote island of Sulug. All Islands except Sulug have itineraries for travelers. You can see colorful rhinos and eagles on Pulau Gaya. If you are very lucky you will meet a floating family of turtles.
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Mangrove forest grows along the Selangor River near the town of Kuala Selangor. A huge colony of fireflies chose this thicket as their habitat. The place has become popular among tourists in recent years. The park is named Kampung Kuantan Fireflies Park. You should get on a boat and sail past the mangroves to see the fireflies. You can't see them from the shore. Special weather conditions are needed to observe fireflies. There should be no strong wind or rain.
Melaka Taman Negara is the most famous and popular national park in the country. The most interesting place in the park is the exits to the surface of the salt, where wild animals come to eat: buffaloes, tapirs, wild boars. More than 200 species of fish are found in numerous reservoirs of the park. The giant territory of the Endau-Rompin National Park is the only place in the country where you can meet a rhinoceros. Various primates, elephants, deer, and tigers are also found here. Tourists are not allowed in all areas of the park due to the presence of numerous large predators. The nature of the park has not been fully studied. Scientists periodically describe and classify new species.
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The highest point in Malaysia is located in the Kinabalu Nature Reserve. The mountain of the same name reaches a height of more than 4,000 meters above the sea. This is the oldest park in the country. It is home to 4,500 species of animals, birds, and plants. Exotic giant leeches and a giant worm live here. Carnivorous plants that feed on insects and small animals grow in the park. This is a popular place among mountaineers. Climbing the mountain usually takes at least two days.
UNESCO Heritage Trail The unique Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, and the Rain Forest Research Institute are located in Sepilok. Animals affected by human actions are kept in a rehabilitation center. There is an opportunity to observe cubs and adults here. Sun bears are under threat of extinction because their internal organs are used in Chinese medicine. Measures to preserve the population of these smallest bears on the planet are being developed at the center.
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Reference information
Map of all parks
National and city parks of Malaysia
♥   National Park 'Bako' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Batang Ai' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Bukit Tiban' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Endau Rompin' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Endau Rompin (Johor)' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Fairy Caves' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Gunong Buda' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Gunong Gading' . On the map   Photos
♥   World Heritage Site 'Gunung Mulu National Park' . On the map   Photos
♥   World Heritage Site 'Kinabalu Park' . On the map   Photos
Country maps Maps of Malaysia
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Map of cities Cities map of Malaysia

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Cultural sights in regions of Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur
For those who want to get acquainted with the history of the country an excursion to the Museum of National History is dedicated. In addition to the permanent exhibition of historical artifacts, there are often collections of exhibits dedicated to various topics in it. The museum has become a permanent venue for all kinds of exhibitions and demonstrations. The largest collection of paintings in the country is represented in the Art Gallery. Among exhibits are paintings of both local and foreign … Read more
Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu is also known for its monuments of modern architecture. One of the most beautiful and unusual buildings in the city is Sabah Foundation Building. The futuristic building can be found in one of the city's most picturesque districts, in the Likas Bay. Outwardly, it looks like a huge glass with 72 facets. The building is extremely tall, so it is clearly visible from all parts of the city, and it is quite easy to reach it. The luxurious skyscraper houses offices, popular shops and … Read more
Johor Bahru
Johor Old Chinese Temple is a no less interesting landmark that is also recommended for a visit. The temple was constructed in the second half of the 19th century by immigrants from China. For more than a hundred years, the gorgeous temple has been the venue for various important events and celebrations. Fans of event tourism will find it particularly interesting to visit Johor Old Chinese Temple during the days of the Chinese New Year celebration. Simply no excursion route in Bahru is … Read more
Langkawi
In Gua Cerita cave scientists have discovered ancient inscriptions and drawings; plan to decipher the ancient message has failed. In the beautiful mangrove forest is located Gua Kelawar cave. Its main inhabitants are bats. An important cultural object is located near Pasir Tengkorak beach. We are talking about the Museum and Cultural Foundation. The founder of the museum was the famous Malaysian artist Ibrahim Hussein. Foundation visitors can see a rich collection of paintings, which relates to … Read more
Penang
Among religious landmarks of the destination the Snake Temple is one of the most interesting objects to visit. The temple is remarkable not only for its unique architecture. It is mentioned in numerous legends. According to one of the legends the temple was erected on a place of a priest’s house. The priest was a man of boundless kindness and turned his house into home for all poor and helpless people. The priest was that kind that even let snakes into his house. Tourists can witness a genuine … Read more
Melaka
One of the most beautiful and interesting places for walking is Chinatown; its picturesque streets are full of interesting landmarks. There you can see some beautiful mosques, temples and old stores, which are operating today. In the heart of Chinatown there is Kampung Hulu Mosque, which is one of the oldest religious buildings in the city and the state as a whole. Built in 1728, the mosque is a unique architectural monument made in the rare architectural style. There are lots of amazing … Read more

Malaysia: Map of sightseeing in regions

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