Taman Safari Indonesia receives Best Safari Park and Wildlife Conservation Achievement Award from Matfa

Taman Safari Indonesia receives Best Safari Park and Wildlife Conservation Achievement Award from Matfa

GENTING HiGHLAND — Taman Safari Indonesia, the renowned wildlife park located in Indonesia, is thrilled to announce that it has been honored with the prestigious award for Best Safari Park and Wildlife Conservation Achievement by the Malaysian Association of Theme Parks and Family Attractions (MATFA).

The esteemed accolade recognizes Taman Safari Indonesia’s commitment to excellence in providing an exceptional safari experience for visitors while demonstrating exemplary efforts in wildlife conservation.

This recognition reinforces the park’s dedication to preserving biodiversity and educating the public about the importance of wildlife conservation.

Taman Safari Indonesia has long been acknowledged as a leading destination for wildlife enthusiasts and families alike. The park offers a unique opportunity for visitors to observe and interact with a wide range of animal species in their natural habitats.

From elephants and tigers to giraffes and orangutans, Taman Safari Indonesia provides a thrilling and educational experience that promotes a deep understanding and appreciation for wildlife.

“We are incredibly honored to receive this distinguished award from the Malaysian Association of Theme Parks and Family Attractions,” said Alexander Zulkarnain, VP Media, Event and Digital of Taman Safari Indonesia.

“It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, who are committed to ensuring the highest standards of wildlife conservation and visitor experience. This recognition will further inspire us to continue our efforts in creating a sustainable future for wildlife.”

Taman Safari Indonesia’s wildlife conservation initiatives include active involvement in breeding programs, habitat preservation, and public awareness campaigns.

The park actively collaborates with local and international organizations to support research and conservation efforts that contribute to the protection of endangered species.

The Malaysian Association of Theme Parks and Family Attractions is a prominent organization dedicated to promoting the development and growth of theme parks and family attractions in Malaysia and beyond.

Their awards program acknowledges outstanding achievements and sets benchmarks for excellence in the industry.
With this latest recognition, Taman Safari Indonesia solidifies its position as a world-class wildlife park committed to providing exceptional experiences for visitors and contributing significantly to wildlife conservation efforts.

The park remains committed to its mission of fostering a greater understanding and appreciation for the natural world while inspiring future generations to protect and preserve our planet’s rich biodiversity.


About Taman Safari Indonesia

Taman Safari Indonesia has more than 8,700 animals, 400 species, and is visited by more than 5 million visitors every year.

With its contribution to saving, recovering, and releasing thousands of animals into the wild since 1980, TSI has become one of the world’s conservation organizations for Indonesia’s endemic animals and world endangered species.

TSI has previously 4 international certifications and 16 national awards for conservation and recreation centers.

Taman Safari Indonesia opened its first animal conservation area, namely Taman Safari Bogor in Cisarua, Bogor, West Java in April 1986.

After a decade, TSI expanded by establishing Taman Safari Indonesia East Java in Prigen, Pasuran, East Java in December 1997.

Second success, the conservation area by TSI encouraged the company to build other conservation areas, namely Bali Safari Marine Park, Central Java Safari Beach, Jakarta Aquarium & Safari, and its newest franchise, Solo Safari.

TSI also oversees a few business units to meet tourism needs, such as the Royal Safari Garden, Safari Resort, Baobab Safari Resort, Mara River Safari Lodge, and Safari Wonders. TSI has a vision to become an animal conservation area as well as education and research-based tourism.



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