Tasik Chini is the only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status site in Malaysia The lake is also endowed with a rich bio-diversified lush tropical wilderness that is home to 138 species of flora, 300 species of non-aquatic live and 144 species of fresh water fish. Between August and September the lake is transformed into a floating garden with thousands of white and pink lotus flowers covering the surface
I went there around september 2013, a very sad view the lake and surroundings polluted because of greed and uncontrolled development, the lake and its surrounding is now facing destruction.
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