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Join these field trips!

Setiu Wetlands, Terengganu

Students will get the opportunity to:
- Develop a better understanding of our conservation work
- Get hands-on experience of our conservation efforts
- Engage with local communities and experience their culture
- Nurture teamwork and social responsibility

To arrange your green trip, please contact the Women's Society of Kampung Mangkuk, Setiu (PEWANIS)
Tel: 019-9715238 or e-mail:

WWF-Malaysia helped establish this community based organisation and works with PEWANIS to build conservation awareness in Setiu and surrounding areas.


Padang Kemunting, Melaka

Pusat Konservasi dan Penerangan Penyu Melaka
Address: Padang Kemunting, 78300 Masjid Tanah, MELAKA.
Contact persons:
Miss Nurshahfiza Bt Ayob (019-6328253)
En Mohammad Bin Hashim (019-6443925)

The centre is opened to the public every Tuesday to Sunday (except public holidays). It houses an exhibition hall and an audiovisual room to enhance the knowledge of the public on marine turtles and painted terrapins.

**The Turtle Information Centre's opening hours will be affected by renovations from May 2015. Please call in advance before visiting, thank you.

'Senyum Penyu, Senyum Kita'

Fraser's Hill, Pahang

Bird-Interpretive Centre
Learn about the history of Fraser's Hill, its unique flora and fauna, activities, trails and general information about birds.
Address: Tourist Information Center, Jalan Genting, 49000 Bukit Fraser, (Fraser's Hill), Pahang Darul Makmur Malaysia

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Gunung Stong, Kelantan

To find out how you can visit Gunung Stong State Forest Park (GSSFP), contact BAT Guides.

Tel: 019-9591020

BAT Guides charges daily rates at RM90 a day to all hiking destinations in GSSFP. They also operate campsites at RM3 per person per night, and basic huts above the waterfall at RM10 per person per night.

BAT also organizes packages to the hiking destinations.

Setiu Wetlands Itinerary

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