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Orangutan-The Treasure of Borneo

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Malaysia's Favorite National Parks

Padas, sungai Selangor (KKB), Kiulu and Gopeng (Sg Kampar) Rafting

Orang Utan Encounter (Sepilok rehabilitation center, Sandakan)

Danum Valley Field Center, Sabah, Borneo

Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah, Borneo


The Royal Belum forest reserve...

...............Our most precious wildlife remains safe in Belum. There are an estimated 60-70 tigers roaming around in Belum, over 100 Seladangs survive here in groups of single males and their harems, the Sumatran Rhinos are estimated at 160 individuals and there are over 100 Tapirs. ..........>>more


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Kinabalu National park

Orangutans are only endemic to the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. This animal have been recorded to be found to a high altitude of about 2400m (from Mt. Kinabalu). It is a large primate, the adult male (above 15 years) stands about 1.4 metre tall, weighing up to 50 - 100 kg. Females may weigh between 34 - 40 kg.

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Mulu National Park

Maliau Basin Expedition  - 7 days

Date : 3rd - 10th Nov 2007

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Taman Negara

Endau Rompin National Park

Penang National Park

Africa exploration -Kilimanjaro & Safari-

13 days,  30th August 2007 - Contact Us


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The largest flower on earth discovered in the year 1818, Sir Stamford Raffles was posted as Governor to Bencoolen in Sumatra which was then, the administrative centre for the British East India Company for Western Sumatra. Raffles’ interest in natural sciences was insatiable.

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Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

Tabur Hill, Bukit Melawati Kuala Lumpur


Sungai Chilling Waterwall Trekking

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The Kinabalu Giant Leech & Earthworm



The Kinabalu Giant Earthworm is one of the awe-inspiring creatures. A full 70 cm long when stretched-out. .................... at some 3,000 m above sea level, Kinabalu Park.


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Mass Flowering Phenomenon


During a "Dipterocarp year" in Southeast Asia, the canopy erupts in color as numerous emergent Dipterocarp trees flower almost simultaneously. These "mass flowerings" at irregular intervals (once or twice per decade) ......energy-rich seeds [individual trees may have 120,000 fruits].... seeds escape predation.

When a mass flowering is triggered [studies show a strong correlation between flowering and droughts/el Ni-o events]... massive number of flowers [about 4 million flowers per tree].




















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My wife and I went on the Elephant tour in Dec. 2006.
What a fantastic day it was. Picked up at the hotel spot on time, our guide and driver were lovely people. There was a Husband, Wife and two young daughters in the minivan with us. The guides could not do enough for us from arranging Toilet stops, organising the inclusive lunch and taking photo's with our camera's as well as there own camera.

The CD with the pictures on was waiting for us when we got back home from visiting our son in Australia 3 wks later. This was a fantastic start to our holiday, we were only in KL for 2 nights but rest assured we will be returning both to KL and the Elephant Sanctuary.
I highly reccommend this tour to all ages.

Ron Godfrey
England 2006

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