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Did you say “alternative tourism”?

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*A story written by Odile Tezel, conservationist and intern for Fuze Ecoteer* Nowadays, “alternative” forms of tourism are definitely on the rise. In many countries, more and more people seem ready to give it a go. However, if we really look into it, many studies also show that people do not know much about it […]

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Going on a Family Eco Holiday to explore Nature and Local Communities

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*An interview with Patricia Lee, mom and conservationist*   You joined one of our eco holidays with your young family. Can you tell us more about that experience and how your children felt about it? We joined a Fuze Ecoteer tailor-made family tour, covering Ipoh, Perhentian and Pahang in April 2015 for the duration of […]

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Malati – one woman’s Quest to help India

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*A story written by Malati Ji, an India lover and passionate about development work* When I was a student I was always searching for something and I felt that university life was superficial. We had so many clubs and activities just to pass the time… Finally I met someone who talked to me about meditation and […]

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Water Safety: prevention, prevention, prevention!

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*A story written by Daniel Quilter, co-founder of Fuze Ecoteer* We have just finished a 3-day Life Guard Course where I was trained up as an instructor so I thought I would write a bit about water safety.  Water safety is close to my heart having lost friends and family members myself to the powers […]

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An Online Travel Writer about the Future of Tourism in Malaysia

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*An interview with David Hogan Jr, Online Travel Editor & Social Media Speaker, Winner of ‘Sabah Tourism Awards’ – Best Tourism Article Online 2014/2015 / ‘Tourism Malaysia Awards’ – Best Article on Malaysia 2012/2013 and more.*   1) As a multi award winning travel blogger, how do you do it? I mean how do you […]

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First month volunteering in Merapoh, Malaysia

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*A story written by Bryan Hatton* Last August I got married, and my wife and I decided that instead of the usual settling down we would go off working, travelling and volunteering together around the world. One month ago we arrived in Merapoh, a small village near Taman Negara in Malaysia and the base of […]

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Tiger Tourism in Malaysia

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*A story written by Daniel Quilter, co-founder of Fuze Ecoteer* In 2014 Perhilitan and MYCAT announced that there were only 250-340 wild Malayan Tigers left in Malaysia. That number is very small when you consider the size of Peninsular Malaysia: how will these 340 tigers meet to reproduce for the next generation of rainforest guardians? […]

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A Walk in the Woods: Foraging with the Batek

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*A story written by Good Boy Travels* In the center of peninsular Malaysia, just outside the ancestral lands of what is now Taman Negara National Park lies a small community of under 200. Native to these parts, the Batek are a jungle people. Their quiet is of the trees. Their walk is a tried and […]

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Perhentian Islands: Swimming

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*A story written by Good Boy Travels* It is hot. There is sweat on my forehead. Sweat on my elbows. Sweaty ankles and toes. Even the breeze is hot. Air so heavy it is a shame to breathe. I can’t think. Except of water. The blue waters of the Perhentians are almost unmatched in clarity. […]

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Fuze Ecoteer offers corporate team building activities harmoniously intertwined with conservation and community development projects in SE Asia.

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