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10th Asian Bird Fair

27 September - 1 October 2019

Kuching, Malaysia

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Bird Malaysia Website

www.birdsmalaysia.my is Malaysia’s national birdwatching platform. It was developed by ECOMY with the support of Tourism Malaysia launched on 29 September 2019 by Tourism Malaysia during the 10th Asian Bird Fair in Kuching, Sarawak.

This site provides visitors valuable and precise information about locating the best spots to view her rich avian diversity. Here you will find the best birding spots, information on how to get there, where to stay and even how contact a birding guide to optimize your experience!

PETALING JAYA, March 10 — Malaysian ecotourism expert, environmentalist, and licensed nature guide, Andrew Sebastian, is a familiar name among birdwatching enthusiasts.


Strangely enough, birds weren’t his ‘first love’, as he realised that he wanted to pursue his career with nature only after obtaining his Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

“After completing my law degree, I joined the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) as an Educ...

ECOMY is proud to be part of the 1st Yambaru Bird Festival 2019 in Okinawa, Japan recently. Congrats to Okinawa and look forward to more collaborations in the future. 

KUCHING: Malaysia has been selected as an Important Bird Area (IBA), according to Tourism Malaysia, deputy director-general Zulkifly Md Said.

He said nearly 12,000 sites in 218 countries have been identified as IBAs and for a site to qualify as an IBA it must meet a standardised criteria based on the presence of species that are of worldwide conservation concern.

“In our bid to promote and create awareness on Malaysia as a bird...

Malaysia has been selected as an Important Bird Area (IBA), said Tourism Malaysia deputy director-general Zulkifly Md Said.

He said nearly 12,000 sites in 218 countries have been identified as IBAs. For a site to qualify as an IBA, it must meet a standardised criteria based on the presence of species that are of worldwide conservation concern.

“In our bid to promote and create awareness on Malaysia as a bird watching paradise, w...

KUCHING: The 10th Asian Bird Fair (ABF) attracted 120 foreign delegates from over 26 countries and 40 local agencies and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) gathered to

The foreign delegates were from Cambodia, Australia, Kenya, Mongolia, Nepal, Panama, Peru, Philippines, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Spain, United States of America, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Uganda and Argentina.  Along with the local participants, they came to e...

For the first time, the 10th Asian Bird Fair (ABF) will be hosted in Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak. This will be the second time Malaysia is hosting this gathering of birders, NGOs and service providers from all around the world. Called the Land of Hornbills, Sarawak is also home to over 650 species of birds, 60 of which are endemic to the island of Borneo. This is among other reasons why ABF landed here this year.


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Tourism Malaysia has launched the Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) today at the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 in Kuching, Sarawak.

With the cooperation of Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture Malaysia and Tourism Malaysia, Ecotourism Conservation Society of Malaysia (ECOMY) has developed and managed this website since March this year.

It is the ideal platform for local birding operators to showcase and promote their ecoto...

Birdwatching in Malaysia is a nature travel goal in itself in this country. As mentioned in our previously published article “Birdwatching In Malaysia: An Essential Guide“, there are more than a staggering 750 bird species in our jungles.

To elevate the birdwatching experience in Malaysia, the official “Birds Malaysia” website is the ideal platform for enthusiasts to find and engage in all travel-and-birds related information a...

KUCHING: Tourism Malaysia has launched its first Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) as part of efforts to draw more tourists to visit Malaysia next year.

The new travel tool was launched by Tourism Malaysia deputy director general Zulkifly Md Said during the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 at Kuching Waterfront, yesterday.

 
According to Zulkifly, the website would serve as a platform for local birds enthusiasts to showcase...

There are around 1.9 billion websites currently on the Web. When it comes to tourism particularly birding, going digital is no exception.

Yesterday, Tourism Malaysia’s Deputy Director General Zulkifly Md Said just launched the first-ever website solely dedicated to birding (birdsmalaysia.my) at Kuching Waterfront in conjunction with 10th Asian Bird Fair.

This website serves as a tool for local service provides to promote more th...

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