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Langkawi Geopark is Malaysia’s fi rst established geopark located in the far northwestern corner of Peninsular Malaysia. Located in the state of Kedah, the Langkawi Geopark is unique in the sense that it comprises 99 islands that formed the legendary Langkawi archipelago. Langkawi has already been established as Malaysia’s premier tourism destination, jump-started originally by the declaration of Langkawi as a duty-free island in 1987. The establishment of Langkawi Geopark by Kedah State Government, Malaysia in May 2006 and endorsement by the United Nations Educational, Scientifi c and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) under the Global Geoparks Network on 1st June 2007, marked Langkawi’s greatest milestone both in the pursuit of geoheritage conservation as well as the enhancement of nature tourism potential. GETTING TO LANGKAWI Langkawi Geopark is accessible by air from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), also Penang and Subang Airport or from Singapore. Malaysia Airlines fl y 5 times a day to Langkawi International Airport through KLIA. The low-fare AirAsia and Firefl y off er direct fl ight to Langkawi through Low Cost Terminal (LCCT) and Subang International Airport while Silk Air offers direct fl ight from Singapore. The International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks (IGC) is an international venue for members of Global Geoparks Network, scientists and practitioners interested in geoheritage conservation to get together biannually to discuss as well as to share experience with regards of geoheritage and geoparks development. The International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks which will be held in Langkawi Global Geopark is the 4th after the fi rst three successful conferences as follows: • First- International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks, Beijing, China, 27 Jun – 7 July 2004 • Second- International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks, Northern Island, 17-21 September 2006 • Third- International UNESCO Conference on Geoparks, Osnabruck, Germany, 22-26 June 2008


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暇なので訳してみました。 観光に行かれる予定だったなら間に合わなかったかもしれませんが(-_-;) Langkawi Geoparkはマレーシアで最初につくられたジオパークで、マレーシア半島の北西の角に位置しています。Kedah州に位置し、Langkawi Geoparkは、かつてLangkawi列島を形成していたと言われる99の島々から構成されている点でユニークです。Langkawiはマレーシアの第一の観光地として既に知られていますが、そもそもは1987年にLangkawiが免税の島として宣言されたことから始まります。 2006年5月のマレーシアKedah州政府によるLangkawi Geoparkの創立と、2007年6月1日のUNESCOとGlobal Geoparks Networkによる認定は、自然遺産保護の追究と自然観光地としての能力を促進する両面でLangkawiの最も大きな記念碑的イベントでした。 Langkawiに行くには Langkawi Geoparkはクアラルンプール国際空港(KLIA)やPenang and Subang空港あるいはシンガポールから飛行機で行けます。マレーシア航空は、KLIAからLangkawi国際空港に1日に5便飛ばしています。 格安航空会社のAirAsiaとFireflyは、Low Cost Terminal (LCCT) からLangkawiに直行便をとばしていますし、SilkAirはシンガポールから直行便を飛ばしています。 ジオパークに関するUNESCO国際会議(IGC)は、Global Geoparks Networkのメンバーや科学者や自然遺産保護に興味をもつ専門家が2年に1度集まり、自然遺産やジオパークの開発に関して議論したり、経験を共有したりする国際的な舞台となっています。Langkawi Global Geoparkで開催されるIGCは、4回目であり、その前の3回は以下のように開催されました。 第1回IGC、北京、中国、2004年6月27日~7月7日 第2回IGC、Northern Island、2006年9月17日~21日 第3回IGC、Osnabruck、ドイツ、2008年6月22日~26日



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