ASEAN Heritage Parks

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The Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Heritage Parks are representative of efforts to conserve areas of particular biodiversity importance or exceptional uniqueness throughout ASEAN member states. The ASEAN Ministers of Environment cooperatively signed the ASEAN Declaration on Heritage Parks on 18 December 2003. The ASEAN Member Countries agreed that

"common cooperation is necessary to conserve and manage the AHP for the development and implementation of regional conservation and management action plans as well as regional mechanisms complementary to national efforts to implement conservation measures."[1]

The ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) serves as the secretariat of the ASEAN Heritage Parks Programme and is responsible for reviewing the following principles:[2]

  • Maintenance of the essential ecological processes and life-support systems;
  • Preservation of genetic diversity;
  • Maintenance of species diversity of plants and animals within their natural habitat;
  • Ensure sustainable utilization of resources; and
  • Provision of opportunities for outdoor recreation, tourism, education and research to make people recognize the importance of natural resources.

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ASEAN Heritage Parks[3]
Site Country Site Country
Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park  Myanmar Ao Phang-Nga - Mu Ko Surin - Mu Ko Similan National Park  Thailand
Apo Natural Park  Philippines Ba Be National Park  Vietnam
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve  Singapore Chư Mom Ray National Park  Vietnam
Gunung Leuser National Park  Indonesia Gunung Mulu National Park  Malaysia
Hoàng Liên Sa Pa National Park  Vietnam Mounts Iglit-Baco National Park  Philippines
Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary  Myanmar Inlé Lake Wildlife Sanctuary  Myanmar
Kaeng Krachan National Park  Thailand Kerinci Seblat National Park  Indonesia
Khakaborazi National Park  Myanmar Khao Yai National Park  Thailand
Kinabalu National Park  Malaysia Mount Kitanglad Range Natural Park  Philippines
Kon Ka Kinh National Park  Vietnam Lampi Kyun Wildlife Reserve  Myanmar
Lorentz National Park  Indonesia Mount Malindang Range Natural Park  Philippines
Meinmhala Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary  Myanmar Nam Ha Protected Area  Laos
Nat Ma Taung National Park  Myanmar Preah Monivong (Bokor) National Park  Cambodia
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve  Singapore Taman Negara National Park  Malaysia
Tarutao National Marine Park  Thailand Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park[4]  Brunei
U Minh Thượng National Park  Vietnam Virachey National Park  Cambodia
Mount Makiling Nature Reserve  Philippines Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park  Philippines
Mount Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary  Philippines

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