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Malaysia offers a kaleidoscope of culture and heritage, 16th century UNESCO heritage sites to ultra modern city architecture, it caters to the avid adventurer and nature conservationist and is an ideal eco travel destination. 

This amazing country offers countless abundance of biodiversity and is bestowed with numerous natural attractions such as diverse flora and fauna, exotic marine life, dense rainforests and the oldest and largest caves in the world.   As one of the twelve mega-biologically diverse countries in the world, it boasts at least 15,000 species of flowering plants, 286 species of mammals,150,000 species of invertebrates, and 4,000 species of fishes. .  Incentive participants can take a cruise along the Klias river in search of proboscis monkeys and other wildlife, or incorporate a CSR element by planting mangroves at the Kota Kinabalu Sanctuary.
Geographically, Malaysia is as diverse as its culture. There are two parts to the country, 11 states in the peninsula of Malaysia and two states on the northern part of Borneo. The largest ethnic groups in Malaysia are the Malays, Chinese and Indians. In Sabah and Sarawak, there are a myriad of indigenous ethnic groups with their own unique culture and heritage.

For the high-end traveller it's not short on luxury places to stay.  For dual destination travel programs Kuala Lumpur can be twinned with Penang, Borneo or Langkawi for combined city and beach itineraries. Activities on offer in Kuala Lumpur include city tours taking in the key sights such as the Petronas Towers, while options outside the city include a lake cruise in nearby Putrajaya, or a trip to the Batu Caves - spectacular limestone formations that also house a Hindu temple. Sarawak's location on Borneo gives it a strong exotic appeal and evokes a sense of adventure, and for incentive programs this makes it very attractive. Langkawi is part of an archipelago of 99 mostly uninhabited islands in the Andaman Sea off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia, about an hour by plane from Kuala Lumpur.  Home to lush rainforests, beautiful beaches, the tallest mountain in south-east Asia and, of course, orangutans, Malaysian Borneo is ideal for themed nature and conservation travel programs. 

If you are looking for rich and exotic ecotourism experiences now is the time to consider Malaysia.

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