This project is supported by the Malaysian affiliate of L'OCCITANE en Provence.


The forests of Pahang are a global biodiversity hotspot and one of the last refuges for the critically endangered Malayan Tiger. Logging and land conversion have reduced the available habitat of wildlife and made them more vulnerable to poachers. Henceforth, the state government of Pahang is taking concerted efforts to reverse this loss with the creation of a major new protected area, the Al Sultan Abdullah Royal Tiger Reserve. The managers of the reserve are committed to undertaking a range of conservation actions.


Supported Project

In 2023-2024, L'OCCITANE Malaysia is supporting the project "Our Forests, Their Home: Replanting for Wildlife Habitat" led by The Habitat Foundation.

The project aims to enrich the habitat of native wildlife in the Al-Sultan Abdullah Royal Tiger Reserve in Pahang and its buffer zones by planting native fruit trees in degraded areas. Since the native fruit trees planted are recognized food sources for a wide range of wildlife in logged-over forests, this will enhance the forest's capacity to support diverse wildlife, including endangered species.

The presence of these fruit trees is expected to contribute to the natural recovery of the forest by facilitating seed dispersal through the animals that consume them, promoting holistic biodiversity enrichment.

Some Figures

Budget 10,000 euros

Goal 50 hectares regenerated