About ECOMY

Founded on 26th January 2015, ECOMY is the premier national non-governmental organization that is focused on sustainable ecotourism as the way forward to ensure that conservation values are upheld at all key natural heritage sites in Malaysia. Ecotourism & Conservation…

Who We Are

ECOMY was founded by a group of like minded environmentalists, naturalists and educators, who recognized that  ecotourism has the potential to create support for conservation objectives in both the local communities and visitors alike, through establishing and sustaining relationships between the tourism industry,…

OUR PROJECTS

ECOMY focuses on bridging the gap between conservation and ecotourism, using best best practices and promotes sustainability.  Collectively with over 50 years of field experience, the ECOMY team are able to formulate programmes, trainings and even organize ecotourism events involving…

Latest Articles

Raptor Watch Article on NST

ECOMY is proud once again that Honorary Treasurer Elena Koshy has written a wonderful article celebrating Raptor Watch..Malaysia’s own unique ecotourism event held on 12th March 2016.

Article in New Straits Times

ECOMY is proud that Honorary Treasurer Elena Koshy has written another article out in the NST on February 6, 2016.  A sad story (excuse the smiling) about how we have lost the Sumatran Rhino in our wild. Full article about…

Partnership with Sepang Goldcoast

Good round of discussions with the ever gentlemanly Mr Wong of Sepang Goldcoast and ECOMY on February 4, 2016. There are many amazing places for us to explore, discover and develop for Malaysia..

Pangkor Project Phase 2

ECOMY is proud to present our graduating group of mentees, who have successfully gone through the Mentorship Programme for Phase 2.  Congratulations to the mentees Mohd. Pin, Joe, OG, Firdaus, Ismadi and Suhaimi.  We look forward to future collaborations with these…

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Meet our Project Mentors

The Pangkor project saw the coming together of four experienced and influential personalities taking the role of mentors for the four selected “mentees” in the aim of training them to be nature guides and ensuring that ecotourism principles are incorporated…

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Meet our Pioneer Mentees

The selection of the four pilot Mentees for the trailblazing Pangkor Nature Guide Mentoring Project has been finalized. Our four Mentees were selected based on their interest, background and their willingness to avail themselves for training, mentoring and openness to…

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