Sunday, September 12, 2010

Kuang Ajil Park

The Kuang Ajil Park is located in 1.7 acres along the way to Kuala Berang and Kenyir lake is certified by the Malaysia Book of  Records as the largest pheasant breeding farm in Malaysia. It has over 30 over species of protected pheasants and peafowls including the extinct species of green peacock last spotted on the Besut beach in 1958.

It has over 38 from 49 species of pheasant from all over the world. The pheasants are kept and bred in their natural habitat and sorroundings in a joint effort with  the State Development Corporation .  Pheasants are one of the most beautiful birds in the world attracting many local and foreign tourists.

So if you love looking at birds and pheasants, come on over to the Kuang Ajil Park for some fun time with the birds.

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