We were delighted last year when we heard about sightings of wild otters in Taman Tasik Metropolitan Kepong and in the vicinity of KLIA. Last week, two more have been spotted at Taman Tasik Perdana. Are these sightings significant? Is there more we otter know? Produced by: Juliet Jacobs Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lim Sue Ann, Juliet Jacobs Click here to listen to the podcast

‘Be aware of overtourism’

PETALING JAYA: The dawn of a new decade signals new trends in travelling as well. Responsible tourism is the keyword with much talk about “green travel”. The adage “take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints” rings true, especially now that the country is welcoming tourists during Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020), to ensure less of a negative impact on the environment. Malaysian Inbound Tourism Association president Uzaidi Udanis said ethical and responsible tourism must be practised if the beauty of tourist spots in the country is to be preserved. “Nature sites are especially at risk when people are not responsible. “In places like Redang island, turtles are afraid of humans becaus

We have gone paperless!

We have gone paperless! Today marked one month since Vale Eco Centre (VEC) introduced online registration system by scanning QR code. The changes is made in favour to environment. Hence, less waste produced and less trees get axed. Go Online. Go Paperless. Go Green.

Celebrating 2020 New Year's Eve at Vale Eco Centre

Today, Vale Eco Centre (VEC) had a great kick off 2020 by conducting New Year Nature Walk to VEC Private Beach . A total of 22 public participants involved in the activity aimed to express love towards nature while practicing healthy lifestyle. A great day to start a greener year!

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