The Star Online:
The university, which boasts of a sprawling 1,100ha-wide area of natural surroundings in Serdang, will offer nature trails and even a chance for visitors to milk a cow. [...]Good job, Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen!
She said the UPM could also introduce cycling and horse riding in the campus grounds for visitors to behold its scenic landscape.[...]
The tour packages, a collaborative effort between UPM, Tourism Malaysia and the ministry, consist of agricultural and educational tours at the Ayer Hitam forest reserve, equine centre, deer farm, cattle farm and human anatomy museum.
The university will also give tourists a glimpse of its vast bio-diversity, with over 100,000 specimens in its museums and 16,000 life specimens.