This is not a petting zoo, but a working rehabilitation centre, which is being run by dedicated volunteers. The gibbons and slow loris trade and demise are a by-product of tourism and the animal trade. We took our 4 children there on a wet day. The staff were very informative, and we learnt a lot about the work that they do. They are not funded by your fee into the national park, so pleae consider giving generously, or buy something from their shop to take away as a reminder of the great work that they do. Well worth the trip
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