Borneo’s Tree of Life Exhibition
Ongoing until June 31 | GMBB, Kuala Lumpur
Chien C. Lee is a photographer originally from California where he was an environmental educator in the East Bay Regional Parks District. In 1996, due to his dreams of living in the tropics, Lee moved to Sarawak and has been there ever since, capturing the biodiversity of the Borneo rainforest. His work has been widely published by National Geographic, Smithsonian and even the BBC.
Borneo’s Tree Of Life is the culminations of 15 years of Lee’s life dedicated to capturing the various species of flora and fauna that calls the rainforest their home. Visitors can expect to learn about new and lost species of the rainforest. Aside from sight, visitor’s ear are also excited throughout the exhibition as Lee also produced various recordings of the rainforests. Other than that, GMBB also has partnered with OLFAC3, a perfume studio to be stimulate the visitors with smell as well.
The exhibition is held at GMBB No. 2, Jalan Robertson, Bukit Bintang, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur. The entry to the exhibition is free of charge and it is open daily from 11AM to 6PM but there are also guided tours provided during the weekends. A maximum of 8 pax can go at one time during the guided tour and it happened on two timing which are on 11:30AM and 4PM. Due to the limited number of pax, reservation must be made.