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Wetland education camps in Tasek Bera

01-Jul-2003

Tasek Bera, Ramsar site since 1994, is the largest freshwater swamp in Peninsular Malaysia and the home of the indigenous Semelai people. In cooperation with the Semelai Association for Boating and T...
Tasek Bera, Ramsar site since 1994, is the largest freshwater swamp in Peninsular Malaysia and the home of the indigenous Semelai people. In cooperation with the Semelai Association for Boating and Tourism (SABOT) the Wetlands International Malaysia office has been organising educational wetland camps for several years now. SABOT also organises various other nature based activities as well as cultural tours. Read all there is to know about Tasek Bera here.

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