Batu Caves Dark Cave Tour
The Dark Cave is one of the main caves at Batu Caves. Students will be guided by education officers through the cave as you learn about the magnificent limestone formations, the cave biodiversity and ecosystem and the conservation efforts underway to protect and preserve the dark cave for future generations. A safety briefing along with a torchlight and helmet will be provided to students.
Gua Tempurung Caves
Gua Tempurung is a cave in Gopeng, Perak, Malaysia. About 3 km long, it is one of the longest caves in Peninsular Malaysia. Part of it has been developed as a show cave with electric lighting and walkways and there are a range of tours of different lengths and difficulties. A fine river cave, the river passage runs about 1.6 km through the hill. There are three very large chambers and some spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.
Matang Mangrove Forest
The 40,000-hectare Matang Mangrove Forest was gazetted as a permanent forest reserve in 1906. Today, it is recognized as the best managed sustainable mangrove ecosystem in the world. This mangrove reserve contains rich and diverse wildlife that provide nature lovers to visit and explore its wetlands and resources. Mangrove forests are vital to the health of coastal fisheries and provide habitat for many endangered specie. Students will be guided by a Matang district forest ranger, who will explain the mangrove ecology forest and that of the endangered bird species, migratory birds, river dolphins, flying fox, and the 30 years of the reforestration cycle.
Boh Tea Plantation
The largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia with a total of 8000 acres planted with tea. Students will visit the tea centre enjoying a guided tour around the processing plant, detailing every process of tea making. Learning the 5 steps in tea processing from sorting to drying.
Penang National Park
Discover the wild landscape of Penang National Park, located at the north – western corner of Penang Island. Penang National Park’s ecosystem and biodiversity consists mainly of tropical lowland forest with coastal features, be it beaches, hills, and forest trails. Students will enjoy a guided tour with a jungle trekking session viewing the various wildlife, flora & fauna along with a boat trip to visit the USM Marine Research Station at Muka Head.
Aquaria KLCC is a world-class aquarium that showcases animals & marine life from Malaysia and around the world. Within its complexes are 5,000 exhibits, both aquatic and semi-aquatic, in which a wide variety of marine life and various wildlife thrive.
Zoo Taiping and Night Safari which is the oldest zoological exhibit in Malaysia, established in 1961 and also one of the largest of its kind at 34 acres in size. Located within the Lake Gardens, students can expect to see local and exotic animals, including tigers, lions, zebra, deer, monkeys, birds, hippos and reptiles. There are over 1300 animals from 200 species of wildlife on display at the park.
Taman Negara National Park
Dating back over 130 million years, Taman Negara is one of world’s oldest tropical rainforest. Taman Negara is the most extensive protected area of pristine, lowland, evergreen rainforest in Malaysia. It is also home to Peninsular Malaysia’s highest peak,Gunung Tahan as well as a home to more than 10,000 species of plants, 300 species of mammals such as the Sumatran rhinoceros, the asian elephant, tigers, sun bear and tapirs; 300 species of fish and 250 species of birds.