A couple of woodpeckers started a family in Bukit Kiara and the process was captured by bird enthusiasts and enjoyed by those who frequent the area. With such beauty and exquisiteness around, shouldn’t the authorities let Bukit Kiara remain as it is?
In conjunction with Earth Day today, Twentytwo13 speaks to two Malaysian environmentalists to learn what our nation of 32 million people can do to protect nature and be advocates of conservation.
Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK) will host a series of events in conjunction with Earth Day on Thursday.
Discover unique wildlife, an incredible number of invertebrate species, including fireflies, or choose to mountain bike or hike in the trails of this large green open space in Kuala Lumpur.
Environmentalist Puan Sri Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil is not against development but says it mustn’t be at the expense of nature.