What is the biggest forest in Malaysia?

Is there a jungle in Malaysia?

Tropical rainforests encompass between 59% to 70% of Malaysia’s total land area, of which 11.6% is pristine. Malaysia has the world’s fifth largest mangrove area, which totals over a half a million hectares (over 1.2 million acres).

Are there forests in Malaysia?

According to the U.N. FAO, 62.3% or about 20,456,000 ha of Malaysia is forested, according to FAO. Of this 18.7% ( 3,820,000 ) is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse and carbon-dense form of forest. Malaysia had 1,807,000 ha of planted forest.

What is the capital of Malaysia?

Does Malaysia have a rain forest?

The Peninsular Malaysian Montane Rain Forests [IM0144] are one of the last refuges for several of Asia’s large characteristic species. These forests still support tigers, Asian elephants, gaur, tapirs, Sumatran rhinoceros, and the spectacular and endemic crested argus.

What trees are in Malaysia?

Plants

  • Areca gurita.
  • Areca triandra.
  • Bamboo orchid.
  • Dacrydium gibbsiae.
  • Dipterocarpus acutangulus.
  • Dipterocarpus caudatus.
  • Dipterocarpus confertus.
  • Dipterocarpus conformis.
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