Parks & Wild life
This endlessly varied environment also shelters a host of the world's
rarest and most remarkable animals: the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Clouded
Leopard and Malaysian Tiger, the Sun Bear, the Monitor Lizard, and the Orang
Utan, or "man of the forest," are just a few examples.
Negara National Park
Malaysia is naturally proud of its national park, Taman Negara, 4,343
square kilometers of virgin forest and home to over 200 varieties of animals
and just as many species of plants, trees and blooms.
It would be an impossible task to describe every one of Malaysia's
thousands of beautiful beaches. Ranging from the powdery stretches of sand
that characterize the eastern coastline of Peninsular Malaysia to the black
sand beach of Pantai Pasir Hitam and the smooth pebble beach of Pantai Batu
Kerikil, Malaysia's shores offer more idyllic locales than one could explore
in many lifetimes.