Rainforests, such as this extensive area in the remote mountains of Sulawesi, Indonesia, are often difficult to access, but there are many areas where infrastructure enables eco tourists to explore the riches of this incredible habitat from well-managed trails and walkways.
Malaysia provides eco tourists with incredible opportunities to view wildlife in its beautiful tropical rainforests. This sturdy metal canopy walkway in Malaysian Borneo is situated close to great accommodation and excellent roads.
The following photo gallery provides an idea of what one could see on an eco trip to the tropical rainforests of Malaysia, which encompasses Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak (north Borneo). Malaysia has some of the richest and most accessible rainforests in the world.
Ghost Mantis, Taman Negara
Ferruginous Partridge, Bukit Tinggi
Robinson's Anglehead Lizard, Ulu Kali
Storm's Stork, Sabah, Borneo
Mudskippers, Kuala Selangor
Proboscis Monkey, Sabah
Mountain Leaf Warbler
Diard's Trogon, Sabah