Once upon a time in the wild..
where ground still brown, the leaves still green and the air remains fresh...
A group of 21 person..
simply come from all over the world..
gather to discover the WilDerNeSS of BorNeo..
aNd that's when the JoUrNey beGiN...
GALLERY of NATURE
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a State Park created to protect the natural enviroment,
including the coral reefs, marine life, the fauna and flora. This park is named after Malaysia's first
Prime Minister wich comprises of 5 islands; Gaya, Manukan, Mamutik, Sapi and Sulug Island.
We've spent five days at Gaya Island to learn about marine ecosystem and conservation.
Introduce with coral reefs, fishes, methodologies, doing observation and mini-project on a group.
And in the second day we had a chance to visit Sapi Island to compare the coral growth form within in Gaya Island.
Wavy and shaking trip for 30 minutes boat ride was so thrilled, but the water litle bit murky and the wave also not so friendly,
we only have a 30 minutes observation and go