We believe in celebrating nature all the time! In collaboration with Pocotee & Friends and Fiffy Baby Clothing, ECOMY brings the knowledge of our iconic Malayan Tapir to the Baby Expo at Mid Valley Megamall this afternoon! Funds generously donated today will be used for an education programme showcasing the Malayan tapir in conjunction with the upcoming World Tapir Day on April 27.
It's been three years since the Ecotourism and Conservation Society of Malaysia, or ECOMY was founded. Their aim was to focus on sustainable ecotourism as the way forward to ensure that conservation values are upheld at all key natural heritage sites in Malaysia. Celebrating their anniversary this week, we catch up with Andrew Sebastian, the Co-Founder & CEO of ECOMY, to find out what they've been up to, this past year and how much of their aim has been achieved, thus far. Re
Come join the fun as Pocotee & Friends help promote their merchandise in support of the upcoming World Tapir Day. ECOMY will also be giving a public talk on Malaysia’s Tapirs as we promote our students programme this coming April 2018. Come on over to,
Venue : Today's Baby Expo, Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC)
Date : 28 January 2018 (Sunday)
Time : 2.15pm till 3.00pm The event launching of our first baby collection designed by Pocotee & Friends for We Hug Tapir campa
On 20th January 2018, VEC hosted the first & exclusive event in Malaysia which is also the first programme for VEC to kickoff in 2018 - World Squirrel Appreciation Day! 40 participants who joined the programme comprised SMK KDSK, the local community and walk-in visitors. They were given an informative talk about squirrels & their importance to nature. The programme continued with squirrel-watching out in the vicinity of the centre, where they had the privilege of seeing one o
Tragedy along highway: Perhilitan rangers checking the scene where the carcass of the female elephant was found near Tasik Banding in Gerik. IPOH: In another blow to Malaysian wildlife, a two-tonne elephant has been found dead – this time, electrocuted by a live wire from roadworks. The female pachyderm was believed to be rummaging for food when it was electrocuted after destroying a cabin set up by contractors carrying out roadworks near Tasik Banding in Gerik. The 40-year-o