Malaysia is a hot-bed for the world’s rarest iconic natural attractions.
The country has attractive locations with big potential for development as eco-tourism icons, according to a development planning expert.Universiti Teknologi Malaysia centre for innovative planning & development director Prof Amran Hamzah said Malaysia’s natural attractions would lure tourist arrivals to the country.
Tourists will be spellbound by the unique flora and fauna, clean beaches, exotic marine life, oldest rainforest and the world’s biggest caves.Currently, Amran said Sabah and Sarawak were Malaysia’s largest contributors to the eco-tourism industry as compared with West Malaysia, as they had some of the world’s rarest iconic attractions.
“Tourists will come to Sabah and Sarawak because they know they can find the orang utan in Sepilok or Kinabatangan where there is a unique range of eco-tourism attractions.
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