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Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)
1
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Added by  May   ·  September 29, 2012  
2959   3   0
FRIM is a statutory agency of the Government of Malaysia, under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. FRIM promotes sustainable management and optimal use of forest resources in...
83%
Very Good
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(4 Reviews)
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve
2
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 15, 2012  
2991   2   0
Located near the KL tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur). It has lush greenery that is hard to miss as it is the only piece of green land that is right...
70%
Good
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(2 Reviews)
Kuala Sepetang Recreational Forest - Matang
3
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Added by  PolarBear   ·  August 29, 2013  
2315   2   0
A mangrove forest which rich biodiversity. Some of the mangrove tree species are Bakau Minyak and Bakau Kurap.
40%
Below Average
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(1 Reviews)
Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary
4
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Added by  grato1412   ·  March 08, 2013  
1910   2   0
Recognized as the face of Sandakan to the tourist, Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary that was built in 1964. llegal poaching has diminished the number of orangutans.This center provides a...
100%
Brilliant
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(1 Reviews)
Kinabalu National Park
5
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  January 04, 2013  
2100   2   0
The national park is a preserved rainforest area. Visitors and hikers are allowed to go inside and have a walk and enjoy all the natural wonders of the rain...
70%
Good
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(1 Reviews)
Penang National Park
6
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 01, 2012  
2454   2   0
The Penang National Park's unique features are that it contains a collection of habitats not found in other national parks in Malaysia.There is also a lighthouse in the park....
78%
Good
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(1 Reviews)
Gunung Mulu National Park
7
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Added by  Strome   ·  September 26, 2012  
2557   2   0
(Sarawak) One of the largest limestone systems in the world.
63%
Above Average
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(1 Reviews)
Royal Belum
8
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Added by  PolarBear   ·  August 30, 2013  
1387   2   0
This 117500-hectare rainforest is home to many species including the Rafflesia flower, Asian Elephant, Malaysian Tiger and Sumatran Rhinoceros. 117,500-hectare rainforest, 117,500-hectare rainforest, ...
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(0 Reviews)
Kuala Gula Wildlife Sanctuary
9
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Added by  PolarBear   ·  August 30, 2013  
1474   2   0
Endangered species such as Milky Stork and Lesser Adjutant can be seen here.
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Tambunan Rafflesia Reserve
10
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Added by  PolarBear   ·  August 10, 2013  
1514   2   0
The 386 acre forest is located 25km from the town of Tambunan.
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