Gaia Discovery Nature and Bird Watching Programs

Gaia Discovery brings you a series of nature, educational and environmental programs.

Bird Watching Program in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.

This special program is designed by bird lovers for bird lovers.

Wild Nature Discovery Program in Cameron Highlands.

A nature appreciation trip into the forests and streams of the mountains for nature lovers, naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts, scientists, biologists, geographers, teachers and students.

Suitable for people of all ages, from Singapore and Malaysia especially, and international travellers too.

Agro-tourism Discovery featuring Organic Farming and Methods, Corporate Social Responsibility of Tea Companies

Culture, History and Heritage Discovery, featuring the people and places of Cameron Highlands in addition to visiting World War ll buildings, structures and memorabilia

Please write to Gaia Discovery for more information on these, which can be added on to the Wild Nature Discovery and Bird Watching programs.

Singapore's Eco Music Challenge 2013 Winning Song

"Mother Nature's Cry" is the winning entry for the National Environment Agency's Eco Music Challenge 2013, and the theme song of Clean & Green Singapore 2014. The music video reflects on the lives we lead on our shared planet, the impact we each have on the environment, and how each of us can play a part to do something green for the world we live in. It hopes to inspire every individual to help safeguard and cherish the environment for future generations. Congratulations to the artistes Charles Basa, Nur Ashriqin and Samuel Simpson. You make Gaia proud!

Bio-rock: Reef Reborn 2013

In the North-West of Bali, in the Bay of Pemuteran a Coral Nursery started 13 years ago and is now showing incredible results. The "Karang Lestari Project" is a successful Coral Restoration Project using Bio-Rock Technology. It is right off the Beach of Taman Sari Bali Cottages. What used to be in the year 2000 a barren underwater landscape is now a fantastic coral garden. Protection by the Village of Pemuteran, Bio-Rock Technology and a dedicated team made this possible.

The Upcycle Project

The Upcycle Project by Participate in Design in Singapore involves local residents and the wider design community to come together to create functional works of art in collaborative style. Watch this short video to learn more.

The Upcycle Project was produced by PRODDDesign.

Plus! Read about the exciting work done by PiD with the MacPherson community in the first half of 2013.

Eco Flores Congress 2012 Highlights

What did the Eco Flores Congress held during September 2012 in Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia achieve?Who were involved? This video shows the diverse number of participants joining forces to accomplish goals towards a more sustainable tourism sector in this beautiful part of Asia.

Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge on Minimizing Tourism Impacts

ECO FLORES is the network linking sustainability efforts on Flores island in eastern Indonesia. In this video series, different members of the network are featured. Here you'll meet Sylvester, manager of Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge, the first eco-resort on Flores. Sylvester discusses the importance of shaping how tourism affects local people, and reflects on the traditional views held by Manggarai people towards nature. Special thanks to Ulrich Schnauss for use of the amazing track "...Passing By"

Timor-Leste's Adventure Race 2010

Timor-Leste’s first Adventure Race on 12 December 2010 included goats, bikes, bridges, canoes and carts. But the one-day race offered sights, sounds and smells that were uniquely Timorese. This video was filmed at one of the challenge leg, Ba Futura. Challenge photography by Fyrol Anwar. Other photography, video filming and editing by Mallika Naguran. A Gaia Discovery production.

Celebrating Bidayuh Culture at Gawai Festival, Sarawak

June is a good time to visit Sarawak. The people of Sarawak in Borneo, particularly the tribes or Dayaks, celebrate the traditional rice harvest festival. A visit to the Bidayuh longhouse in Mongkos village will mesmerize with colours, sounds and heady rice wine! A Gaia Discovery Production filmed by Amanda Tee. Music by Matthew Ngau. Special thanks to Sarawak Tourism Board for making the trip possible.

Greenbelt Report: Armed by Nature

Mangroves, coral reefs and sand reefs are under immense pressure from poverty, population growth and economic development. Filmed in India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Thailand - four countries worst hit by the Tsunami - documentary looks at conservation activities by communities, researchers and activists. (9:23 mins)