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[Watch] Malaysia’s Own Planet Earth? New Documentary series On Malaysia’s Most Awe-Inspiring Biodiversity

[Watch] Malaysia’s Own Planet Earth? New Documentary series On Malaysia’s Most Awe-Inspiring Biodiversity

Layar Liar is a 52-episode online documentary series in Bahasa Malaysia about Malaysia’s wildlife, its natural locations and the people working in these environments to save them.

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A local production house is striving to educate Malaysians to treat the nation’s biodiversity with kindness and respect through a new documentary series.

Nuvista Media, with support from Jabatan Perlindungan Hidupan Liar dan Taman Negara Semenanjung Malaysia (PERHILITAN) and Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD), have produced the Layar Liar Malaysia.

Layar Liar Malaysia is an online documentary series of 52 episodes featuring Malaysia’s wildlife and nature locations.

A resource bank of films, Layar Liar Malaysia is a platform of knowledge that will be easily accessible to all Malaysians especially school children to create awareness on Malaysia’s rich natural heritage.

The documentary series draw a comparison to BBC’s breathtaking nature documentary, Planet Earth.

Nuvista Media founders Harun Rahman and Lara Ariffin said Layar Liar Malaysia also paid tribute to individuals involved in environmental protection and biodiversity conservation initiatives.

The Layar Liar Malaysia series aims to create and increase awareness for Malaysia’s rich biodiversity through clear and visually striking videos. This is important considering the general public’s low level of awareness of our local animals, their elusive nature, and obscure habitats.

Nuvista Media founders Harun Rahman and Lara Ariffin on Layar Liar Malaysia

Many Malaysians have not been or explored some of the most beautiful natural locations in Malaysia.

In Layar Liar Malaysia, you can explore our amazing country without leaving your home.

The Malayan Tiger has been classified as critically endangered. (Credit: Nuvista Media)

The featured locations include:

  • Taman Negara
  • Cameron Highlands
  • Royal Belum
  • Sungai Kinabatangan
  • Kuala Selangor Nature Park
  • The Habitat Penang
  • Taman Tugu 08 Fraser’s Hill
  • Perak Caves
  • Lion Hill Estate
  • Kuala Gula
  • Setiu Wetlands
  • Langkawi Geopark
  • FRIM
  • Ulu Segama
  • Kenyir State Park
  • Maxwell Hill

A total of 19 episodes on the Clouded Leopard, Asian Millipedes, veterinarians, forest rangers, Taman Negara and Cameron Highlands, among others, have already been published and 13 sets of workbooks uploaded on

The episodes are also available on Layar Liar Malaysia’s official social media accounts on Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Tiktok. (Source: Twitter)

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Layar Liar Malaysia was launched at Menara Sime Darby recently. Present at the launch was Dato’ Jeffri Salim Davidson, Governing Council Member of YSD and Group Chief Executive Officer of Sime Darby Berhad.

Jeffri Salim said YSD prides itself as a great champion of the environment, supporting various initiatives over the years.

YSD strives not only to protect and preserve with scientific research and ecosystem conservation but also to raise awareness and to educate communities on how to live sustainably with their local environment.

The Layar Liar Malaysia documentary series is part of our ongoing efforts to educate young impressionable minds and the public in general, on the biodiversity that we are fortunate to have in Malaysia.

Dato’ Jeffri Salim Davidson on YSD’s contribution in Layar Liar Malaysia

He added that YSD is proud to support the documentary series and instill a sense of appreciation for Malaysia’s natural flora and fauna, preserving these precious resources for future generations.

Sime Darby CEO Jeffri Salim Davidson. (Credit: The Edge Markets)

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