BALIK PULAU: Entopia’s green wall, which consists of more than 80,000 planting pockets, has been recognised as the biggest green wall in Malaysia by the Malaysia Book of Records.
Entopia chief executive officer Joseph Goh, who made the announcement Tuesday, said the green wall is also one of the biggest in South-East Asia.
“Today, we are proud to announce that Entopia’s green wall is about to set the record for the Biggest Green Wall in Malaysia.
“I would like to thank the Malaysia Book of Records in advance for their time and effort in recognising us,” he said during the official launch of the Entopia building in Jalan Teluk Bahang here.
Present to launch the Entopia building was Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas.
Entopia, formerly known as Penang Butterfly Farm in Teluk Bahang, has been a favourite of both local and foreign holiday-makers during festive seasons.-STAR