Discover legendary tales. Go angling. The lakes in Malaysia are mystical and yet fascinating to explore. Exploring the lakes is a great interest not only to sports, casual nature and adventure lovers but also to naturalists, botanists and zoologists. This is because the lakes are the habitat of a plethora of flora and fauna as well as wildlife waiting to be discovered.
Tasik Chini (Chini Lake) in Pahang is Malaysia’s second largest fresh water lake with 12,565 acres and 12 lakes. It is the only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status site in Malaysia and known as “Malaysia’s Loch Ness Monster” due to the belief of a dragon named Naga Seri Gumum in the aborigine’s legend. Bera Lake in Pahang is the country’s first protected freshwater wetland. It is home to more than 100 species of freshwater fish. Kenyir Lake in Terengganu is an eco-tourism destination with convenient resorts around the shores while Langkawi’s Lake of the Pregnant Maiden is considered mystical with belief that its water can heal barren women!
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