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Malaysia Protected Areas

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Bako National Park coastal zone. @ C. Michael Hogan

The protected areas of Malaysia include a number of National Parks, State Parks, Marine Reserves, Wildlife Reserves and protected RAMSAR wetland sites.

Overview

National Parks and Preserves

  • Mount Kinabalu National Park
  • Gunung Mulu National Park
  • Endau Rompin National Park
  • Gunung Ledang Johor National Park
  • Tanjung Piai Johor National Park
  • Pulau Kukup Johor National Park
  • Islands off Mersing Johor National Park
  • Gunung Stong State Park
  • Taman Negara National Park
  • Krau Wildlife Reserve
  • Penang National Park
  • Royal Belum State Park
  • Perlis State Park
  • Wang Pinang Reserve
  • Selangor Heritage Park
  • Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam
  • Sungai Dusun Wildlife Reserve
  • Templer’s Park
  • Bako National Park
  • Gunung Mulu National Park
  • Niah National Park
  • Lambir Hills National Park
  • Similajau National Park
  • Gunung Gading National Park
  • Kubah National Park
  • Batang Ai National Park
  • Loagan Bunut National Park
  • Tanjung Datu National Park
  • Talang Satang National Park
  • Bukit Tiban National Park
  • Maludam National Park
  • Rajang Mangroves National Park
  • Gunung Buda National Park
  • Pulong Tau National Park
  • Kuching Wetlands National Park
  • Santubong National Park
  • Wind Cave Reserve
  • Samunsam Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Stutung Reserve
  • Matang Wildlife Center
  • Crocker Range Park
  • Pulau Tiga Park
  • Tawau Hills Park
  • Tun Sakaran Marine Park
  • Tunku Abdul Rahman Park
  • Turtle Islands National Park

World Heritage Sites

Biosphere Reserves

Significant (Ramsar) Wetlands

  • Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands
  • Tasek Bera
  • Pulau Kukup
  • Pulau Sungai
  • Kuching Wetlands National Park
  • Tanjung Piai

See Also

 

Glossary

Citation

McGinley, M. (2013). Malaysia Protected Areas. Retrieved from http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/51cbee617896bb431f697701

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