Jungle trekking is the greatest way to get close to nature. It is a way for you to experience the real beauty of nature and gain the opportunity of a lifetime to marvel at rare flora and fauna.
Jungle trekking is generally a very thrilling and adventurous experience. Exploring the lush green forest and with the mystery that surrounds the jungles. The rainforest in Sabah are some of the oldest in the world. Exotic flora and fauna abound. Wild orchids of every imaginable hue. Pitcher plants that gulp down insects and flies. And of course, there’s the rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
To jungle trek here in Sabah, there will be guides to accompany you as most trekking activity is based around national parks and forest reserves, which include, mangrove, mountain and rain forests. There are plenty of experienced and well trained guides that could take you through challenging trails and they could also answer your questions regarding our jungle!
Nature adventure aficionados will definitely be enticed by the allure of Sabah’s richly blessed lush virgin jungles. In this nature delight, one can expect nothing less than to have one’s breath taken away.
Ecotourism in Malaysia
2085 WordsApr 7th, 20109 Pages
-Mohd Director, Nawayai Zoo Park Yasak Melaka Malaysia
1. Historical Background
Until the 1970s, tourism was not regarded as an important economic activity in Malaysia. The Tourism Development Corporation of Malaysia (TDC) was set up in 1972, with the responsibility to act as a development authority, but the sector was given a low priority. Dut partly to limited financial allocations, TDC faced constraints in the effective performance of its catalytic role.
As a result, Malaysia remained a relatively unknown destination, while other countries in the region such asSingapore, Thailand and Indonesia built on their established reputations as mass tourism…show more content…
Some smaller sites have attracted fewer visitors, but are known internationally among a sector of the potential market. Examples include Fraser's Hill and Kuala Selangor, both of which are of particular interest for birdwatchers and are now on the regular itineraries of some specialist and general tour companies.
1. Development allocation for tourism under the Fifth and Sixth Malaysia Plans (AM million.)
Fifth Plan (1986-1990)
Allocation Preservation Beautification of national/historical and environmental heritage protection
Tourist accommodation Cultural product development Facilities and infrastructure OtherTotal
1.5 2.0 2.5 2.5 79.2 52.8140.5
2.5 2.5 76.7 49.7
= AM 2.5
4.1 171.7 43.6 112.9 157.4 7.2 533.9
The market in specialist adventure activities (four-wheel drive, microlight, whitewater rafting, etc.) is more recent but is rapidly expanding. Most of these activities only marginally qualify as ecotourism when practiced in parucularly careful ways, and some are harmful to the environment. They are indicative of the conflicts that can arise between adventure tourism, nature-based tourism and ecotourism, both in objectives and practice.
Despite the fact that some tourists have pursued activities that could be defined as ecotourism for manyyears, attention to this market