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National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah

Location

Lanchang, Pahang

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About P1.5 VANTA COB microLED Screen

We are thrilled to announce the successful installation of our latest product, the P1.5 VANTA COB microLED Screen, at National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah. The P1.5 VANTA COB microLED Screen has a screen size of 3.6m(W) x 2.025m(H). This state-of-the-art display technology boasts unparalleled visual precision, vivid colors, and a sleek design, making it a perfect fit for the cutting-edge facilities at National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah. The P1.5 VANTA COB microLED Screen is not just a screen; it’s an immersive visual experience, providing enhanced clarity for medical information, diagnostics, and patient engagement. Elevate your viewing experience with our advanced microLED technology.

About National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah

The National Elephant Conservation Centre Kuala Gandah, Pahang, is a sanctuary dedicated to the preservation and care of Malaysia’s endangered Asian elephants. Established in 1989 by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (PERHILITAN), the centre rescues and rehabilitates elephants displaced by habitat loss or those that threaten human settlements.

Visitors can learn about these majestic creatures and the challenges they face through educational programs and interactive activities. The centre offers medical care, nutrition, and a natural environment for the elephants to thrive. It also works on translocation projects, relocating elephants from conflict areas to safer habitats, thus promoting coexistence between wildlife and local communities.

With a dedicated team of conservationists and veterinarians, the centre plays a crucial role in elephant conservation and serves as an educational hub, emphasizing the importance of preserving Malaysia’s rich biodiversity.

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