Geography & Biology school trips to Malaysia

Explore one of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest Taman Negara to the sustainable Mangrove forests. Discover and learn about Malaysia biodiverse tropical environment. An array of discovery for students in learning about Malaysia natural habitats for wildlife and flora and fauna.

Malaysia Geography & Biology Highlights

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.

Tioman Island

Located just of the east coast of Malaysia, Tioman Island has one of the most biodiverse marine environment in the world. Students will get an introduction to the island’s various ecosystems and wildlife and get involved in conservation projects.

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.

Forest Research Institute Malaysia

Forest Research Institute Malaysia is a forest reserve agency which is responsible for biological, botanical and other scientific research and development pertaining to the preservation of Malaysian rain forests.

Orang Utan Island

Orang Utan Island serves as a breeding sanctuary as well as a conservation, research and education centre for the better understanding of this endangered Orang Utan species.

Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

The centre is the base for the Elephant relocation team, which began the Elephant translocation programme in 1974. The only one of its kind in Malaysia, the team is dedicated to locating, subduing and trans locating elephant from areas where their habitats throughout the Peninsular such as Taman Negara.

Spritzer Water Factory and Eco – Park

As Malaysia’s bestselling natural mineral water, Students will have a guided plant visit to the bottled water manufacturer and learn about the factory processing capability and the five sources where the mineral water is tapped from.

The Habitat Penang Hill

Reconnect with nature in its purest form as you immerse yourself in our 130-million year old rainforest. Starting at the forest floor, our Naturalists will take you on a journey along our Nature Trail to explore the myriad of flora and fauna.

Penang National Park

At 23 sq km, this is Malaysia’s smallest national park, but it’s beach-fringed forests are home to silvered leaf monkeys, flying lemurs, leopard cats and abundant bird, amphibian and reptile species. You can easily fill a day with activities such as jungle walks and boat trips to serene golden-sand beaches.

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