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Tropical Spice Garden is situated in what was once an abandoned, rubber plantation along Penang’s north-western shores.It took the vision and determination of David and Rebecca Wilkinson, have transformed an overgrown plot into this garden of unique.
Melaka Crocodile Park, a sprawling 3.5 hectare park, housed on reserved forest land has been in operation since July 1987. It has about 4 species of crocodiles and 1 species of alligator from around the world.
It is a place where you are surrounded by hundreds of colourful butterflies where flowers burst with colours and life. Watching these butterflies, it will remind us just how beautiful and colourful life can be.
Melaka Tropical Fruit Farm Sungai Udang is one concept of Agro Tourism product with the “farm stay” concept in Melaka. Located in Sungai Udang on 173 acres of land, the journey is about 20 minutes from Melaka Town.
The Penang Butterfly Farm is more than just a tourist attraction. It is set up as a 'living museum' to educate the public as well as a research centre to develop breeding methods.
Taman Pertanian Sabah is a visitor friendly park which offers you more than just any other parks. With its affinity to nature, the park is set against a background of truly natural landscape with lush greenery of the Crocker Range.
The Base Station is conveniently located on foothill of the Machincang mountain. From here, visitors will be taken up to the cool Machincang mountain via the cablecar system. The ride will be an exhilarating experience for everyone to enjoy.
The Semenggoh Wildlife Centre was established in 1975 to care for wild animals which have either been found injured in the forest, orphaned, or were previously kept as illegal pets.
Kinabalu Park which covers an area of 754 sq km was gazetted a park in 1964.The basis for the establishment of a protected area in Kinabalu were formed after a report from the Royal Society Kinabalu Scientific expedition.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a state park located in Gaya Bay, 3 kilometers offshore from Kota Kinabalu. Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, it was gazetted in 1974 as Sabah’s second national park.
The BOH Tea Plantation is located at a place which is more than 5000ft above sea level, on the main mountain range of Malaysia, is one of the most fertile agricultural spots in the country: Cameron Highlands.
Malaysia is a country known for its diversity of many races, religions and cultures. It is also home to amazing flora and fauna. Of the flora, some known 370 species of edible fruits have been identified including rare and exotic ones to suit.
Borneo Kellybays, the Borneo’s Mystical Paradise is located within a mangrove forest with a beach that stretches 8 km long overlooking the South China Sea and yet to be discovered by the local Sabahans