LANGKAWI: Mountains, islands, and beaches hold a record of the Earth's story that has existed for more than half a billion years. It is our responsibility to ensure that these treasures are clean, enhance natural and cultural resources.
The program involves eco-trail mapping activities for eco-tourism, beach clean-up, and recreation at Langgun Island and Talam Dua Muka Island in Kilim Karst Geoforest Park.
Thirty participants from Langkawi Development Authority (LADA), E-Idaman Sdn Bhd (EISB), and media practitioners joined the expeditions.
To ensure the cleanliness of the seashore, floating and stranded trash need to handle seriously. Without sustained action, the amount of waste leaking into the ocean will increase dramatically.
Pulau Langgun is the intermediate level of hiking adventures. One thousand two hundred steep stairs to be a climb for the expedition.
Moreover, when we see the Tasik Langgun, the second biggest lake in Langkawi after Tasik Dayang Bunting is worth the efforts. Unique, beautiful Dolina that formed millions of years.
The next expedition was Pulau Talam Dua Muka. Is there an interesting story or folklore behind the name? 'El-Paradiso' is the best way to describe this pristine island.
In geography terms, tombolo or cushion tied Pulau Langgun with small island. Limestones walls surround it with a vertical garden-hanging tree.
To treasure, everything needs everyone to be in the same goal.
Awareness alone is not sufficient; we need to volunteer to show others why the shift is required. Together we are a powerful force for positive change and delivering a model for sustainable development.
Also present were Dr. Hedzri Adnan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) LADA, Zaki Abdul Aziz Daud, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) EISB, Azmil Munif Mohd Bukhari, Principle of Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark.
EISB intensifies its efforts as a company that plays a role in solid waste management and public cleansing and serious about ensuring the sustainability of nature in line with the company's vision of Preserving Our Environment.
Beach clean-up also improves the coastal and ocean ecosystem by making none of the waste kills marine life or is toxic enough to disrupt the life cycle.