Malaysia is home to one of the oldest rainforest habitat in the world, with thousands of species of flora and fauna dwelling within. This natural heritage is much cherished, with a lot of effort having been put in to preserve our rainforests from human intervention and environmental change. Tourism Malaysia has helped many entrepreneurs capitalize on our natural beauties – the forests, parks and gardens both private and public.
Here are the best birding packages:
- 3D2N Birding in Kuching
- 14 days 13 nights Sabah Birding Package ~ Kinabalu Park+Sepilok+Kinabatangan+Danum Valley
- 7 days 6 nights Northern Sarawak Birding Package ~ Klias+Paya Maga+Bakalalan
- Taman Negara Birding Package
- Borneo Route Packages
- Northern Route Package
- Central Route Package
- Hornbill Route Package
A great diversity of enchanting tropical birds thrives under this nation’s chattering jungle canopies, owing to its unique natural history and geographical position. Recognized as one of the 12th Megadiverse country in the World, with an incredible natural reserve of flora and fauna, birdwatchers can select from a plethora of impressive ecosystems ranging from coastal beaches, mangroves, lush primary rainforests, world heritage sites to cool montane forests.
Malaysia also boasts of an impressive 55 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) throughout the country. These sites are important for bird conservation at a global, regional and national level, based upon internationally recognised criteria outlined by BirdLife International, a global partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity.
There’s so much to see and experience with Malaysia’s treasure trove of about 796 species of birds and around 63 endemics recorded both in Peninsular Malaysia as well as Sabah and Sarawak.That’s a whole lot of feathers for a relatively small nation!
There are birdwatching adventures lying ahead of you and enough birds to fascinate even the most seasoned birdwatchers. What are you waiting for? Grab your binoculars, cameras and walk on her wild side today!