Faces of
Malaysia
Gunung Mulu National Park

The Gunung Mulu National Park in Borneo (near Miri) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with caves and karst formations. The caves are home to over 5 million bats who exit the caves in search for food every evening in a spectacular way.

Fraser’s Hill

Hill resort spread along 7 peaks at 1,200 - 1,500 meters above sea-level on the Titiwangsa mountain range, about 100km north of Kuala Lumpur. Originally it was set up as a tin mine in the 1890s by Louis James Fraser (hence the name) until the tin ran out in 1913. A few years later the area was rediscovered as British-colonial hill resort. The cooler temperatures made it popular getaway destination from the hot and humid weather for the British. To this day Fraser’s Hill still retains its colonial charm. The area is recognized destination for bird watching with over 250 species recorded. Other activities include jungle trekking, golf, horse riding, archery, boating and mountain biking.

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Development Projects in Kuala Lumpur

Since KL was founded in 1857 as a tin mine settlement it didn't stop growing and turned into the vast Metropolis it is today. Here some of the projects in the making that promise to make KL a more liveable and modern city.
River of Life concept (Masjid Jamek area)

Taman Tugu

http://tamantugu.com.my/en/
A rainforest park in the middle of the city

The 650-million-ringgit project was announced in 2016 and it supposed to be developed in the area around the National Monument, just opposite the Lake Gardens. The whole project is supposed to be completed by 2019 including pedestrian walkways connecting the park to KL Sentral via the National Museum.