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Royal Belum State Park

Royal Belum State Park,Perak 
	© WWF-Malaysia/S.Suksuwan
Royal Belum State Park,Perak
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In the northernmost corner of Perak, 117,500 ha were declared as the Royal Belum State Park by Duli Yang Maha Mulia (DYMM) Sultan Azlan Shah, Sultan of Perak on 31 July 2003.  Read more...

Gunung Stong State Park

Gunung Ayam Scenery 
	© WWF-Malaysia/N.Maseri
Gunung Ayam Scenery
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An area of outstanding natural beauty in South Kelantan, the proposed Gunung Stong State Park is dominated by the spectacular Jelawang Waterfall, one the tallest waterfalls in Malaysia. Read more...

Ulu Muda

View of Pedu Lake 
Ulu Muda,Kedah 
	© WWF-Malaysia/S.Suksuwan
View of Pedu Lake Ulu Muda,Kedah
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Ulu Muda is the largest remaining tract of forests in the State of Kedah.  The forests cover an area of about 120,000 hectares and form the water catchment area for the Muda, Pedu and Ahning dams that supply water to Kedah, Penang and Perlis. Read more...

Fraser's Hill

 
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Hillside
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 Fraser’s Hill located in the state of Pahang, is one of six major highland rainforest areas that are frequently visited, in Peninsular Malaysia. Read more...

Management Effectiveness

Discussion session such as these is a platform  to build good working relationship with our ... 
	© WWF-Malaysia/D.J. Ong
Discussion session such as these is a platform to build good working relationship with our stakeholders
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Protecting an area doesn’t guarantee that its biodiversity, environmental or cultural features will be secure. This depends largely on how effectively a protected area is managed. Read more...

Mainstreaming Protected Areas

 
	© WWF-Malaysia/ Lau Ching Fong
A beautiful natural stream
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This strategy encompasses Federal- and State-level advocacy actions to strengthen biodiversity conservation through mainstreaming protected areas. Read more...

Sabah

 
	© WWF-Malaysia/ Rashidah Maqbool
Peak of Mount Kinabalu
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The land below the wind as it is famously known, has 93 protected areas in its name. The majority of protected areas in Sabah are owned by the State government and managed by a specified government authority. Read more

Sarawak

 
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Loagan Bunut National Park
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In Sarawak, protected areas are referred as Totally Protected Areas (TPAs) and it is consist of 20 national parks, 4 wildlife sanctuaries and 5 nature reserves all over Sarawak. Read more