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Kuala Lumpur City Guide - Green Travel - Malaysian jungles and greenery

Kuala Lumpur city tours are a great way for the ecotourist to find their way about this friendly city and explore the lush greenery which continues beyond the city limits.

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Ecotourism in Peninsular Malaysia: A Learning Process in Sustainable Tourism Management

Malaysia is one of those ecotourism gems, with a wealth of biodiversity and a dedicated group of ecotourism holiday makers flocking to both parts of the country for an exceptional experience with nature. Borneo usually gets all the credit when it comes to ecotourism in Malaysia, but Peninsular Malaysia is just as exciting, with places like the Cameron Highlands and Langkawi Island.

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Ecotourism in Malaysia: Climbing Mt. Kinabalu

Ecotourism in Malaysia is perhaps epitomised in the act of climbing Mt. Kinabalu. Southeast Asia's highest peak, Mt. Kinabalu, located in Kinabalu National Park, just outside the city of Kota Kinabalu, is what many ecotourists choose to conquer in Malaysian Borneo. The climb is, to some, magical, to others, sheer pain, but nonetheless it is an experience of Malaysia's finest ecotourism offerings, whether it's the hardest physical thing you've ever done, or just a walk in the park.

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Ecotourism in Malaysian Borneo

The popularity of ecotourism in Malaysian Borneo has grown rapidly due to the region's incredible landscape and diverse ecotourism opportunities. Differing from ecotourism in Peninsular Malaysia, ecotourism in Malaysian Borneo has been emphasised more by the government, and more resources have been directed towards the efforts. Conservation is the central tenet of Malaysian Borneo's most popular ecotourism activities, such as scuba diving, visiting native orangutans, and climbing the region's tallest mountain, Mount Kinabalu.

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