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Malaysia and Thailand


World’s longest quartz formation

Collectively known as the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge, these hills stretch 14km, from Gombak to Taman Melawati. At just an average of 200m wide and 367m above sea level, these hills form an abrupt ridge, partitioning the natural jungle from the concrete one. It is the longest quartz and highest formation of its kind in the entire world and is speculated to have formed millions of years ago, as early as the Upper Cretaceous age.

mammal species

The Peninsular Malaysian rain forests is an ecoregion on Malay Peninsula and adjacent islands. The ecoregion covers most of the southern Malay Peninsula in Malaysia and southern Thailand. The peninsula is fringed with mangroves, including the Indochina mangroves on the eastern shore. The Titiwangsa Mountains form the mountainous backbone of the peninsula.


Opportunity for Communers to participate in community driven ecological conservation and restoration projects in Malay Peninsula region.
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