Monday, 29 April 2013



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EcoTourism Of Malaysian Best Tropical Rainforest.
Camping, Trekking (Hiking), Mountain Climbing.

Malaysia's tropical rainforest is unique and it's the oldest rainforest in the world, with a large biodiversity of valuable plants and animals. The discovery of herbal plants in these jungles. Rainforests are forests characterized by high rainfall, with definitions setting minimum normal annual rainfall between 1750–2000 mm (68-78 inches). The monsoon trough, alternately known as the inter-tropical convergence zone, plays a significant role in creating Earth's tropical rain forests. 40% to 75% of all species on the world's habitats are indigenous to the rainforests.

It has been estimated that many millions of species of plants, insects, and microorganisms are still undiscovered. Tropical rainforests have been called the "jewels of the Earth", and the "world's largest pharmacy", because over one quarter of natural medicines have been discovered there. Rainforests are also responsible for 28% of the world's oxygen turn over, often misunderstood as oxygen production, processing it through photosynthesis from carbon dioxide and storing it as carbon through biosequestration.

The undergrowth in a rainforest is restricted in many areas by the lack of sunlight at ground level. This makes it possible to walk through the forest. If the leaf canopy is destroyed or thinned, the ground beneath is soon colonized by a dense, tangled growth of vines, shrubs, and small trees called a jungle. There are two types of rainforest, tropical rainforest and temperate rainforest.

Trekking itinerary is a basic guideline only, therefore it can be slightly modified according to season or local events. Departure possible all year long(subject to confirmation). English speaking guide along with other camping materials are provided such as sleeping bag or sheet, ground mats, hammock, mosquito nets(comes with hammock), tent and all eating utensils. Participants should bring a good pair of jogging or trekking shoes, sunglasses, sun-cream, towel, toilets and personal effects, hat, torchlight, cotton shorts and T-shirts(at least one long pants & long sleeves t-shirt or pullover).


Rainfall in the rainforest, no one can tell when they will come or go............

Templer's Park
Templer's Park named after Sir Gerald Templer, a colonial administrator, rich in natural wilderness beauty is Templer's park, located 21km north of kuala Lumpur . A verdant forest reserve forming a 1,214 hectares green lung for the city folk, templer's park attracts nature lovers, photographers, picnickers and campers. Bring along a change of clothes, swimwear, insert repellant and a pair of binoculars if you are into bird watching. Wear suitable shoes as the around the waterfall can be slippery. 

Belum Rainforest / Belum Valley
Belum Forest is situated in the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia, in the state of Perak and it's around 365km from Kuala Lumpur. A virgin jungle with an area of more than 20,000 hectares, which ends at the border of Thailand.

Itinerary (4 days) Itinerary II (5 days) Itinerary III (6 days)


Gunung Ledang Recreational Forest

Shrouded with mystical legends and folklore, Gunung Ledang continues to charm and intrigue locals and visitors alike. According to the legend of the Princess of Gunung Ledang, the sultan demanded that the beautiful princess present him with seven jars of women's tears, seven trays of mosquitoes' hearts and seven bowls of the sultan's son's blood. Unable to meet these impossible requests, she fled to the mountain and continues to live in a hidden cave.

The mountain is also ideal for a myriad of outdoor activities with challenging mountain trails; icy waterfalls; and exotic flora and fauna including many species of birds. At the relatively flat summit, which is 1,276 metres above sea level, a panoramic view of the Straits of Malacca and Sumatra coastline can been seen on a clear day. Also, a popular picnic spot is the Sagil Waterfall, at the base of the mountain.

Tasik Kenyir / Kenyir Lake
Located in the interior of Terengganu and spanning over 209, 199 hectares, Tasik Kenyir is the largest man-made lake in South East Asia. Sharing its border with Kelantan in the west and Pahang in the south, this immense lake also serves as another gateway to Taman Negara.
With about 340 islands which were once hilltops and highlands, more than 14 waterfalls, numerous rapids and rivers, Tasik Kenyir is also home to numerous species of freshwater fish and exotic wildlife. Rich with numerous types of flora and fauna, its vast boundary leads to endless discoveries and adventures. Its picturesque landscape of natural grandeur and tranquil serenity transforms Tasik Kenyir into a perfect getaway for city dwellers. A paradise where nature is at its very best, Tasik Kenyir is the perfect place for an adventure holiday.

Pengkalan Gawi, Completed in 1991, the Gawi Jetty serves as the main gateway to Tasik Kenyir. Here, transfers by boat can be made available to the resorts, chalets and lodges located at various parts of the lake. With the current and growing influx of tourist to Tasik Kenyir, plans are a foot for another gateway, the nearby Pengkalan Utama, which will be equipped with bigger and better facilities. Gawi is also the nearest access point to the National Park. Should you decide to head for the park, please remember to obtain a permit from the Wildlife Department Office at Kuala Berang or at the entrance point to the National Park at Tanjung Mentong, Tasik Kenyir.
With a water catchment area of 38,000 hectares, Tasik Kenyir is naturally a haven for freshwater fish. During the wet season, when rain falls almost every day, fish can be caught using your bare hands!. A recent study revealed that there are some 300 species of freshwater fish dwelling in this lake. The presence of protruding dead trees around the lake serves as a perfect breeding ground for these fish as algae growing on dead trees and branches serve as the main form of sustenance for the fishes. Most of these fish thrive in the rivers flowing ito Kenyir, especially near estuaries where nutrients are found in abundance. From studies and observations conducted by the Department of Fisheries, species such as the big Lampam Sungai, Lalang, Parang, Kawan, Terbul and Sebarau are found in waters in and around the dead trees. This indicates that these fish have successfully colonized these areas and proved that dead trees have become an important part of the lake. Large scale fish breeding in cages at Tasik Kenyir has shown tremendous success. Research conducted by the Fisheries Department estimate that 60 to 100 tonnes of fish can be harvested annually from the lake. That’s why, Tasik Kenyir is known as an angler's heaven where fishing is concerned. With the many rivers and tributaries serving as breeding grounds, hundreds of species of fish like Kelisa, Kelah, Toman, Baung, Sebarau and Lampam, to name just a few, are found in abundance. Good fishing spots are at Cacing, Leban, Petuang, Saok, Sg.Terenggan and many others. Anglers are advised to arrange for special fishing trips through chalet or private boat operators for the best fishing location and please remember that a fishing permit is required from Wildlife Department for fishing in the National Park.

The hill regions of Tasik Kenyir are a world of untouched virgin tropical jungle estimated to be millions of years old. There is no exact estimate of the number of species of plants and wildlife existing within this vast ecosystem. Dipterocarpus shrounds the horizon and towering trees of the majestic Keruing, Meranti and Kapor loom above, while exotic animals roam freely below. For research scientists, nature lovers, adventurers and keen photographers, Kenyir promises to be a world of discovery. The highest peak in Lake Kenyir itself is Mount Chergau. Meanwhile Mount Gagau, with an elevation of 4,514 feet above sea-level, is the second highest peak in Taman Negara (National Park). Bewah and Taat, two towering limestone hills, abound with mystery and legends. These hills, occasionally shrouded in mist, provide some of the most spectacular sights in Tasik Kenyir. Before the creation of Tasik Kenyir, Taat had three caves and the lowest, the Tok Bidan Cave, is now submerged under water. This is the site where archaeologists and historians have uncovered artifacts such as kitchen utensils, axes and tools dating back to the Neolithic era. You can now explore the Taat Caves through its two visible entrances while the nearby Bewah Cave has only one entrance. Inside these caves an extraordinary sight of stalactites and stalagmites awaits the explorer. It is advisable to bring along torchlight should you explore Taat Cave. At Bewah Caves, Solar Lighting are available. As Taat and Bewah hold many secrets of the past, further excavations are now being planned by the authorities in a bid to unravel their mysteries. KETENGAH, with the cooperation of the State Museum and other government agencies, plans to provide better access to these caves. As the safety of visitor is of top priority, better facilities are now planned as these caves are expected to be a top tourist attraction. It takes approximately 1 ½ to 2 hours by boat to reach them from Pengkalan Gawi.

There are many spectacular waterfalls in Tasik Kenyir, These waterfalls are popular spots for picnicking as they provide a cool, relaxed and rejuvenating ambience that awaits its visitors. A picnic at these falls is featured in almost every itinerary. Better basic amenities like toilets, changing rooms and rest areas are provided at these popular spots.

Lasir Waterfalls
Lasir-Located 16 km(20-30minutes boat ride) to the south of Pengkalan Gawi, is one of the most popular picnic spots in Tasik Kenyir. With a majestic fall of some 500 feet, Lasir drops gracefully onto a multi tiered level of boulders and rocks forming cascading showers of foaming white sprays of the water. This waterfalls, as with all waterfalls within Kenyir, is well shaded by the leafy green canopy of the surrounding tropical rainforest.


Saok Waterfalls

Saok-A mera 15 minutes boat ride from Pengkalan Gawi, Saok Waterfalls is fast gaining popularity among holiday makers. Cascading waters over its rocky terraces and boulders and a flat sandy area at ground level make it a perfect picnic spot for the whole family.


Tembat Waterfalls

Tembat-Unlike Lasir and Saok, Tembat Waterfall is actually composed of five rapids of fast flowing cascades. With a large camping area at its side, it is without doubt, the most popular destination for campers. A hiking trail leading to the top of the fall rewards the hiker with a magnificent view of the waterfall and its surroundings. A boat ride from Pengkalan Gawi to Tembat takes about an hour.
Other waterfalls within the Lake is the Petang, Leban Terengganu, Lata Terap, Sg.Buih, Sg.Lawit and Petuang.


National Park - The Virgin Jungle Paradise of Taman Negara
No holiday or vacation in the tropics is complete without visiting a tropical rainforest. And there's no grandeur than to visit the TAMAN NEGARA, reputed to be The Oldest Jungle , The Best Kept Tropical Rainforest & The Great Natural Wonders of the world. By that it means that Taman Negara's flora & fauna has evolved naturally over hundreds of millions of years without any disruption or major calamities.
Spread out over 4,343 sq. km of the formidable Titiwangsa Mountain range in Taman Negara - one of the world's oldest Rainforest. A sanctuary to hundreds of species of birds, butterflies, insects, fish and plants. Home to Malaysia's friendly aborigines, the Orang Asli. A shy yet gentle race, they continue to live the nomadic way they have lived for centuries although fully aware of the country's fast-paced progress.

Come discover the living treasures Mother Nature has to offer . Whether it's shooting thrilling rapids, exploring spectacular caves, tackling a 20 pound fish, scaling up peninsular Malaysia's highest mountain, trekking through dense, thick forest pathways or swimming in crystal clear pools, Malaysia's National Park is a natural paradise you must experience. An adventure of a lifetime awaits you here.

History, Taman Negara straddles the interior border regions of Kelantan, Pahang & Terengganu, boasting a continuous evolution history that spans 130 million years. Owing to a state legislation in 1925, about 1,300 sq. km. of tropical jungle in its natural state was designated the Gunung Tahan game Reserve. In 1939, the three Sultans of the above-mentioned states declared the area a National Park. It was renamed King George V National Park. Following the nation's independence from the British in 1957, the park was officially given the name it goes by now. Gunung Tahan (Mt. Tahan), The trail leading up peninsular Malaysia's highest peak is 55 km. from the Taman Negara Resort. The climb is strenuous and demands sound physical and mental fitness.

World's Longest Canopy Walk
Installed about 30 to 40 metres high and stretching over 400 metres, this is the world's longest canopy walkway. From here, you get a closer look at life at the top of the world's oldest tropical rainforest.

Cave Exploration, Encounter spectacular rock formations and a great variety of life within the mystifying interiors of the numerous Caves here. Gua Telinga, Gua Kepayang And Gua Daun Menari are among the more popular Caves in Malaysia National Park.

White Water Rafting at Malaysian River
Rafting is a recreational activity utilizing a raft to navigate a river or other body of water. Usually it is done on whitewater of different degrees of difficulty, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers.

The development of this activity as a leisure sport has become popular since the mid 1980's..
The type of raft used nowadays for recreational rafting is almost exclusively an inflatable boat. It consists of very durable, multi-layered rubberized fabrics with several independent air chambers. Its length varies between 3.5 m (11 ft) and 6 m (20 ft), the width between 1.8 m (6 ft) and 2.5 m (8 ft). Rafts come in a few different forms.

In Europe the most common is the symmetrical raft steered with a paddle at the stern. Other types are the asymmetrical, rudder-controlled raft and the symmetrical raft with central helm (oars). Rafts are usually propelled with ordinary paddles and typically hold 4 to 12 persons..



Caving in The Best Cave Of Malaysia
The experience of visiting a cave arouses the curiosity and sense of exploration in each of us - it is an adventure of benefit and interest to young and old alike. Within the short span of an hour or so you can be introduced to an experience unlike anything else in nature. At each turn a new view is seen and with each step a different perspective appears.

The developed show cave or cavern offers these experiences to the visitor without discomfort or inconvenience; on safe walkways with modern lighting. Courteous, well-trained guides and special interpretive displays before or during the tour help make every cave visit interesting and enjoyable.


People in Malaysia have enjoyed visits to commercial or show caves since the late nineteenth century and a number of National Parks “caves” and “caverns” have received special recognition as Natural Landmarks or as Historical Sites.


Not all Caves are underground, but each of them are different from the other, each has something special to experience, enjoy and remember.
Why visit a cave ? Because caves are natural, out of the ordinary, worthwhile, wholesome, and fun for the individual or the whole family. Make this vacation memorable: - Visit a Cave or Cavern with Us!

Who can go caving? With no previous experience required, caving is suitable for just about anyone. Many people wonder if they'll become claustrophobic in a cave. This is very unlikely. People who are claustrophobic wouldn't even entertain the idea of caving, let alone think about giving it a go. There are some tight places you have to wriggle through but they are generally very short and not unlike crawling under a bed. It is quite a physical activity but lots of fun and a truly unique experience.

There are plenty of caves in Malaysia, where you or your group can do. If you didn't find the caving trip listed in our site, please let us know so that we can arrange something for you or your group.

So, Get Ready To Have Fun & Adventure with Daniqar Eco-Tourism... Cheers..!!!

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