Paya Indah Wetlands are positioned in the Kuala Langat District in the State of Selangor in Malaysia. The isles wrap an area of 3100 hectares surrounding a numerous of bionetworks such as besmirched ex-tin mining land and peat quagmire forest. Tin and sand mining were closed in 1997 and from the time then, Paya Indah Isles have begun to improve. Today it is budding into a breathtaking site for nature andgen-next will certainly inherit. The Islets will portray some of Malaysia's endeavors towards mounting a sound milieu in terms of tourism reinstatement of tainted areas and preservation of natural resources.