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Our Eco Education program not just having fun, at the same time you will learn something from there. The Tour program is lead by local tour guide and a academy school lecture.
Framework of learning
1. What is rainforest
2. Where is it located
3. How is the weather
4. What are the type of animal and plant
Observe and Learn – Describe and explain the characteristics of tropical rainforest
Make a comparison between tropical weather and season weather country.
Lifestyle of (aborigines) people who live in tropical location.
What is aborigines / indigenous people?
Who are they?- Batek tribe
*what can we do for them?
Observe, interview and on-ground learning through practice about local community
Rainforest is The “lung”of earth
Ecosystem -> producer -> consumers -> decompose
*what are the producers?
flora and fauna
*Who are the consumers?
herbivore, carnivore and omnivore
*What is decomposes?
what can we do to protect the rainforest?
RECOGNITION Go Green – Eco Education & CSR Program
1. Junior Temenggong Park Ranger Certificate – Pahang Royalty
2. Learning Logbook
3. 1 signboard with school name and logo size 2’x1’
planted at Sultan Ahmad Shah Wildlife Sanctuary
4. Boiled Water supply at the Resort for refilling and
Bottle Mineral for Activities
We’ll Meet at the school by 0630am and 2 hours journey to the Elephant Sanctuary. The Sanctuary was established in 1989 by the Department of Wildlife and National Park. Spend the day discovering and learning about the conservation the team provides. They protect elephants from all over Malaysia in their quest to protect the species from further decline in the population. Lunch at local restaurant and continue visit to Deerland park. By 0230PM tour end and transfer to Taman Negara. Estimate arrival by 0530PM check in A/C Hostel and rest.
0730PM dinner and 0830PM try a night walk in the jungle and discover the numerous species of fauna that active mainly at night. See and experience.
After breakfast, our morning activities with 1.2KM trekking to Canopy Walkway. The forest canopy allows you to view the rich and diverse flora and fauna at the very summit of the forest. After visit Canopy Walkway continue with the boat journey upstream to the bateq orang asli village. Batek Negritos from the vicinity of Taman Negara National Park in West Malaysia are a hunting and gathering people presently experiencing rapid encroachment by the modern world.
Lunch and rest. By 0300PM Education Activity – 1.0 Conclusion Learning in rainforest ecosystem, plant, aborigines and etc.
5:00pm Activity: Surviving at the Jungle;
1. Cook Your Own Dinner in a primitive way
7:30am Breakfast @ the Resort
8:30am Activity: Shuttle to CSR Program – Planting Meranti Trees (Hardword Species) @ Sultan Ahmad Shah Wildlife Sanctuary
11:00am: Education Activity – 2.0 Conclusion Learning in rainforest ecosystem, plant, and etc.
12:00pm: Lunch and check out. Bus return to Kuala Lumpur. Approx 4hrs journey
0400pm: Arrive at your school