Participate in our excursions to familiarize with nature heritage of Malaysia, the perfect perfect getaway to tranquility. Take opportunity to visit the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia or travel East to Sabah, the wildlife diversity hub of Borneo.
1) Kenyir Lake
Made famous by its title, ‘largest man–made lake in the Southeast Asia’, Lake Kenyir came to exist between 1985 and 1987 after construction of Sultan Mahmud Powerplant which flooded Kenyir River. Now, with its magnificent light blue to green waters, Lake Kenyir hosts flora and fauna from two contrasting worlds i.e. pristine habitats of Terengganu Nature Reserve and partial urbanized sections. Altogether, Kenyir Lake contains 340 islands of various sizes and heights some of which are occupied by native and aboriginal communities of Terengganu.
Date: 10 February 2017
Cost: RM 150 per person
Interesting places to visit:
The payment of RM 150 includes:
*Food and Beverages
*All-in-one fare for land and water transportation
2) Tun Mustapha Park, Sabah
Tun Mustapha Park, Sabah is a 1 million ha. marine complex situated in northern Sabah. Apart from experiencing rich marine life diversity through snorkeling or by Scuba diving, grab the opportunity to experience and observe livelihood diversification of indigenous people such as Bajau Ubian, Binaden and Rungus.
To participate in this excursion, all you need to do is arrive to Kota Kinabalu International Airport on 10th February 2018 by 5.00 pm. All participants will spend 2 nights at Sabah (10-12 February 2018). Upon arrival, take opportunity to stay at visitor homes of coastal communities at the Tun Mustapha Park (Sulu Sea).
Interested participants to either excursion may contact the following persons for more information:
Mr. Sahrim Ngah: +609-6683161 / email@example.com
Ms. Norsyarinie Young Rockie: +609-6683129 / firstname.lastname@example.org