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  • PROJECT 1 : EXPERIENTIAL LANDSCAPE NATIONAL PARK

    Group Members: 1. Vincent Tan C.H. 2. Tan Jing Wei 3. Deong Khai Keat 4. Yeo Kai Wen 5. Wong Qin Kai Tutor: Miss Noorul Iffa

    Mohd Nayan

  • The government has taken steps to

    prevent or eliminate in the area of land reclamation, mining and settlement, and make the ecology and

    natural landscape fully displayed

    National Park is a designated area for preserving the nature

    More than 1000 hectares

    Undergoes minor

    development to create a more beautiful

    scenery

    WHAT IS NATIONAL PARK ?

    Own by government to avoid the harm by human activities and city development

    Under legal protection

  • The government has taken steps to

    prevent or eliminate in the area of land reclamation, mining and settlement, and make the ecology and

    natural landscape fully displayed

    National Park is a designated area for preserving the nature

    More than 1000 hectares

    Undergoes minor

    development to create a more beautiful

    scenery

    WHAT IS NATIONAL PARK ?

    Own by government to avoid the harm by human activities and city development

    Under legal protection

  • WHOLE FNBE!!!

    PROJECT

    DATE CLIENT8 SEPT 2014

    CASE STUDY LETS COMPARE BOTH NATIONAL PARKS

    Endau Rompin National Park ( MALAYSIA )

    Arches National Park ( US )

    CASE STUDY 1 CASE STUDY 2

  • LOCATION

  • -Located on Johor-Pahang border.

    -The second largest National Park in Penisular Malaysia. -The one of the world's oldest rainforest. -It covers an area of 870 square kilometers.

    Located at United States located in southeast Utah The area of the Arches National Park is 310.3

    square kilometres

  • HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

  • ENDAU-ROMPIN NATIONAL PARKEndau-Rompin National Park s the second largest national park n Peninsular Malaysia. It is called home by the Jakun, which is the major tribe of Orang Asli.

    It contains: One f the world's oldest rainforests. Volcanic rocks from about 240 million years ago. Sme f Malaysia's best natural waterfalls.

    ts name s derived frm the tw rivers through the park: the Endau river in Johor, in the south. the Rompin river n Pahang, n the north.

  • 1892, miner and surveyor H.W.Lake and Lieutenant H.J.Kelsall entered the Endau-Rompin area to regulate scientific research and documentation.

    ! They recorded and collected infinite specimens from the area and noted a healthy number of large animals such as elephants, the Sumatran rhinoceros and deer passing over the area.

    ! 1933, with the help of Lake and Kelsalls documentation of the area and its flora and fauna, Endau-Kluang area was proclaimed as a forest reserve. !

    1972, the reserve was further expanded to comprise an area within the Lesong Forest Reserve in Pahang.

    ! 1985-1986, a scientific expedition identified 25 new species of plants within the area.

    ! After years of conflicts, the Johor government finally established this Endau Rompin National Park in 1980s.

  • ARCHES NATIONAL PARK1.The rst humans to inhabit Arches NaUonal Park were hunter-gatherers that came to the area to make tools like knives, darts, scrapers and spearpoints from the microcrystalline quartz commonly found in the region.

    !2.Eventually these paleolithic forebears would come to pracUce agriculture, culKvaKng crops like beans, squash and corn in the arid soil.

    !3.These agrarian socieUes would develop into the Ancestral Puebloan and Fremont cultures, which were prevalent throughout the southwest unUl about 700 years ago.

  • Ancestral Pueblan

    & Fremont Cultures

  • THE SIMILARITIES Established over 50 years

    THE DIFFERENCES ENDAU-ROMPIN NATIONAL PARK ARCHES NATIONAL PARK

    Less daily activities happened by the ancients. More daily activities happened by the ancients.

    A history depends more on its natural habitat. A history depends more on its natural environment and culture from the ancients.

    Established more on the purposes of visiting and protecting the wildlife as a refuge.

    Established more on the purposes of protecting, experiencing, exploring and doing reference or researches against the ancients activities.

  • CHARACTERISTICS

  • Various kinds of flora and fauna can be found at the nearby hills in Endau-Rompin National Park.

    The most spectacular things in the park is a fan palm species, it named Livistona Endauensis.

    Rainy Season

    ENDAU ROMPIN NATIONAL PARK

  • More than 2000 natural arches,including world famous delicate arch and a natural rock arch.

    Here is one of the worlds largest natural sandstone arch centrally. Smallest ( 3 feet) Largest ( 306 feet) The main attractions:

    Delicate arch-Experience wind and rain erosion for a long time did no collapse,it is also one of the major landmarks in Utah.

    Balanced Rock-Product is equivalent to three school bus stand at the top of the rock.

    Double Arch-Two of the same size arch. Landscape Arch-Is the longest arch in the park. Devils Garden-Is famous for spreading the arch.

    ARCHES NATIONAL PARK

  • COMPARISON

    Endau Rompin National Park Arches National Park

    Located at the north of Johor. Located at the eastern Utah.

    It established on 8 September 1892. It established on 12 November 1971.

    Only have two until four recreational activities at here such as camping,waterfall and swimming pool.

    Many kinds of recreational activities sush as climbing,biking,hiking,camping and so on.

    Not used as a biblical firm. Used as a filming locations for biblical firm.

  • SITE CONTEXT

    ENDAU ROMPIN NATIONAL PARKARCHES NATIONAL PARK

  • ARCHES NATIONAL PARK

  • WHAT CAN I DO ON THOSE PLACES????!!?Please answer me, Vincent. Now!

  • NATIONAL PARK

    ARCHES

  • ENDAU ROMPIN NATIONAL PARK