Seeing red over deforestation


The forests around the Merapoh caves have been cleared, spoiling the area’s appeal.

KUANTAN: Nature lovers, environment NGOs and tour guides are calling on the authorities to protect the natural landscape surrounding the Merapoh caves in Lipis.

The network of caves in the Merapoh Forest Reserve has been promoted as a tourism product and a caving paradise in Pahang, over the past few years by various websites.

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