FRIM – (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia) is a well managed forest science park covering almost 600 hectares of experimental plants and reforested areas. Expose yourself to the real feeling of being in the tropicalrain forest of Malaysia without the hassle of traveling to National Parks.
Kuala Lumpur Paintball is fast becoming one of the most popular games around. It has become an alternative past time from the usual athletic games being played; and it has become one of the most exciting outdoor sports in the world.
Mah Meri Tribe (pronounced as Mak Miri) is one of 19 Orang Asli (Indigenous) tribes in the Peninsula of Malaysia, who live in the Carey Island. They once shared the land with the Indians who were brought in to work in the plantations back in the early 1900s.
Putrajaya, 25km to the south, is the nation’s new administrative capital. Hailed as an intelligent garden city, it is a model township constructed with detailed planning, innovative urban design and preservation of the environment. Attractions here include the Botanical Gardens, Putrajaya Lake, Putrajaya Wetlands, Prime Minister’s Office and Residence and pink Putra Mosque.