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Introduction

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Tropical Rain Forest in Peninsular Malaysia is one of the most complex ecosystems in the world. It is also a natural heritage of God's creation, very unique and has existed over millions of years. It is rich in various plants and wildlife, including 2,500 species including trees, 200 species of mammals, 600 species of birds, 110 species of snakes and thousands of insects.

Our forests are a complete part of the natural environment and also play an important role in the protection and preservation. It also serves as the handing over of carbon and also help in the creation of carbon.

Natural forests in the country has a uniqueness and beauty of the landscape that meets the needs of recreation and ecotourism. Establishment of virgin forest in the reserve area is consistent with the National Forestry Policy 1978 (Amendment 1992) to maintain a sufficient area as a place of recreation, eco-tourism and for public awareness about forestry.

Recreation in Johor Amenity Forest

Forest areas with natural charm and originality for the peace of mind and fun to avoid environmental noise can be cited as the virgin forest or forest recreation. This is emphasized in one of the National Forest Policy to draft community forestry programs and to provide recreation and tourism facilities.

Among the objectives of the establishment of virgin forest are as follows: -

  • Provide places for leisure facilities in the forest like a picnic and a view of the remote (look out), recreational parks and beautiful natural areas to the public, especially to all levels of society;
  • Create awareness to the community about the importance of maintaining authenticity to the environment, especially forests reserved for the well being of their lives;
  • Enhance the performance of the individual through the liberation of mind from the pressure of busy daily work and also the unpleasant environment especially in large cities;
  • Provide opportunities and encouragement to explore the forest and enjoy its beauty through the provision of forest trails, procvide mountaineering activities facilities, boating and other active form activities;
  • Serve as added areas to the existing research, according to the purity and preserved and;
  • Adding the area that could attract more tourists to the country in which the results will help in improving the economy.

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