BACKGROUND/HISTORY

CETA was established with the assistance of Wetlands International under the Kuala Gula wetland conservation and wise use project. The mission of CETA is to protect the natural resources of Kuala Gula and improve the understanding of the importance of mangroves for tourists.

CETA also creates an alternative livelihood for the local community. CETA members are qualified nature guides from the local community. Tour activities include mangrove trail, wildlife and bird observation, slide show on mangrove ecology, seafood, and visit to cottage industry.

NEEDS

On the weeekends, support CETA by visiting Kuala Gula and signing up for a tour. You will have loads of fun!

Direction/ Map:

From the North-South highway, exit at the Taiping Utara toll plaza. Make a left at the traffic lights to head towards Simpang Empat. At the traffic lights next to Semanggol Police station, turn towards Kuala Gula/Kuala Kurau. Pass paddy fields and oil palm estates. Look out for left turn into Kuala Gula town. Refer map. However location indicated is not exact. Please call or email for exact location.

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Kuala Gula Community Ecotourism Activity (CETA)

Toh Ah JooContact Person
[email protected]Email
www.kualagula.comWebsite
+605-8902260Phone Number
+6016-5181629Phone Number
+605-8902260Fax Number
Established since 2003Year of Establishment
No.8 Jalan Muhibah, Taman Muhibah 2, Kuala Gula, 34350 Kuala Kurau, PerakAddress
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