Happy Deepavali 2015!

Known as the Festival of Light, Deepavali is celebrated by Hindus around the world to symbolize the triumph over evil. In Sanskrit, it literally means ‘Row of Lights’, where goodness is in the form of light that trumps the devilish darkness. May this Deepavali light up your homes with joy, prosperity and laughter. As you celebrate this Festival of Light, remember that love is enough to light up your homes - say no to crackers and fireworks. Have a wonderful green Deepavali! From all of us at ECOMY.

Introducing the "BIRDS OF MALAYSIA" series

ECOMY presented its first items for sale - the "BIRDS OF MALAYSIA" series - at the recent Asian Bird Fair to raise funds for itself and the ABF Network, thanks to the artwork contributed by member and amateur artist, Elena Koshy. T shirts featuring the Crimson Sunbird and the Great Hornbill are still available for sale at RM 28.00 each. A set of two t shirts for a special price of RM 50.00. Button badges are RM 2.50 per piece or RM 10.00 for a set of five pieces. All prices exclude postage. There will be more collaterals coming up soon! Do contact us as ecotourismmalaysia@gmail.com if you are keen on getting one, and contributing for a worthy cause.

First Malaysian Representative at the American Birding Expo!

ECOMY's Andrew J Sebastian presented and promoted Birds of Malaysia and Asian Bird Fair at the inaugural American Birding Expo on October 4th to 5th, 2015 in collaboration (and appreciation) with Tourism Malaysia. The first international expo on birds in America for Malaysia to attend.

Nature Guide Training Session via Teleconferencing

Malaysia’s (possibly Asia?) first Nature Guide Training Session via Teleconferencing between ECOMY CEO/Co Founder Andrew Sebastian and Vale Eco Centre guides in preparation for the VEC launch which was held on October 31st, 2015 in Teluk Rubiah, Lumut, Perak – Malaysia.

Nature's Envoy

Where environmental conservation is concerned, ecotourism can be the light at the end of the tunnel, writes Intan Maizura Ahmad Kamal. AS lightning zig-zagged above our heads, tearing across the blanket of darkness, a sudden hush descended upon the group. The boisterous bravado that we, media practitioners from various parts of the world, had displayed as we followed our guide deep into Lamington National Park in Australia’s Gold Coast Hinterland, abandoned us. Read more at: https://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/11/natures-envoy

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