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We would like to share with you this video named Enchanting Nature of Malaysia. The video shows the natural habitats such as the flora & fauna, mangroves, Mountain Kinabalu (UNESCO site & SE Asia highest), 130 millions year-old rainforests & caves and wildlife - animals, mammals, insects and birds. Locals and foreign visitors have been taking up the Special Interest exploration as such led by our very experienced Nature Guides. The programmes include the Day or Night Trekking in the forest. The shorter trails are guided with signage. The Night Trekking enables one to see some wildlife that glow in the dark and by luck a possibility in spotting the Malaysian pygmy elephants. Wildlife Rehabilitation allows one to come up-close with the animals. The expedition also includes the opport...
From tea plantations to pristine beaches, from mountains to modern cities, Malaysia has a wealth of natural beauty, distinctive art and delicious food. These are the top things not to miss in Malaysia.
This video for Malaysia is one of our older productions, but we wanted to share it with you to get some feedback on how these older clips compare to the more recent travel guides we’ve shot. Below are some links to those recent videos. Feel free to compare with this clip and comment below to let us know which ones you prefer, and what else you’d love to see from Expedia on YouTube! St. Petersburg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3ISUUO0CSo Kyoto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd1wzlwtKJ0
For more great information, photos and video about Malaysia, see PleaseTakeMeTo's Malaysia Travel Guide - http://www.pleasetakemeto.com/malaysia Malaysia is situated just north of the Equator, between Thailand and Singapore. Malaysia is a federation of 13 states, with 11 on the Malaysian Peninsula and two on the island of Borneo. With a population of just over 27 million people, a low cost of living and a year-round tropical climate, Malaysia remains a favorite destination for travellers the world over. Malaysia is a nation rich in diversities. One of the first places you'll notice this diversity is in the smiling faces of those waiting to great you. Malaysia is truly a racial melting pot, where Malay, Indian, Chinese and smaller ethnic groups live together in respectful harmony. ...
Malaysia has so much natural beauty. But a rising city population has led many to turn their back on nature. This social shift can be seen the world over, not just in Malaysia. But before we can save our planet, we must first remind ourselves how special it is. Once we care, we can change our behaviour. As we know, often it is the poor who suffer the most here. So we touch on how sustainable income can also help the most needy get out of poverty. Overall, these short stories hope to encourage all humans to create more sustainable ways of living that are more in balance with nature.
Welcome to the land of awe-inspiring natural scenery, lush primary rainforests, vibrant coral reefs and mysterious indigenous cultures! Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malaysia is made of. Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with Sarawak, Brunei, and Indonesian Kalimantan. Sabah is richly blessed with nature diversity, unique cultures, fun adventure, beautiful beaches, and fantastic cuisines for the adventurous taste buds. From mountaineering and scuba diving to wildlife spotting or just simply relaxing at the beach, Sabah is the ultimate place to go. We have it all here, from the world's largest flower; the Rafflesia, to the highest mountain is South East Asia; Mount Kinabalu, to one of the ...
Malaysia's rainforest is one of the most biodiverse in the world and one of the last habitats for wild tigers / The wild elephants of the forest are drawn to cultivated land / Conflicts between humans and animals are inevitable / No one wants to share the habitat with dangerous animals. The Malaysian jungle is an ecosystem of great biodiversity. In the shelter of the forest wild elephants, tigers, tapirs, and a rich bird life can be found. But rapid deforestation is threatening the future of many species of wildlife. While willingness to protect the rainforest is growing as prosperity increases, nature and species protection conflicts with the need to improve living conditions for the rural population. You can download this documentation here: http://tvnzzshop.com/all-downloads/malaysian...
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Me and my brother spent two weeks in Malaysia during our Southeast Asia trip. We have visited amazing places like Langkawi Island, Penang Island and capital city of Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur. Video is recorded by GoPro Hero3+ and Nikon D5100.
This is a compilation of some of the wildlife encounters we had during our stay in Malaysia (Peninsula and Sabah in Borneo). For a full trip report: check http://mammaling.wordpress.com later this summer. *All animals in this video are wild, except one habituated Malay tapir and a habituated red muntjac
Malaysia naturally aspirated