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Nature in Malaysia

Often overshadowed by Borneo, mainland Malaysia is crammed with fun for nature lovers, from primeval jungle and orchidtrailing paths to underwater sanctuaries.

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A statue of the Hindu deity Murugan outside the Batu Caves
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Around Kuala Lumpur

1 KL FOREST ECO PARK

This thick pocket of primary rainforest covers 9.37 hectares in the heart of the capital and has a lofty canopy walkway. The oldest protected jungle in Malaysia, the park is commonly known as Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill), and is threaded with short trails up from either Jalan Ampang or Jalan Raja Chulan. Pick up a map from the Forest Information Centre on Jalan Raja Chulan (7am–6pm; free).

A rhinoceros hornbill finds a sturdy perch at KL Bird Park
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