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Kenyir Elephant Conservation Village

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Kuala Berang, Malaysia
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About Kenyir Elephant Conservation Village
Kenyir Elephant Conservation Village ( KECV ) is the latest addition to Tasik kenyir's vast attractions, it was built in 2012 and cover of 256 hectares of land, but only 20% of the area are developed and the rest of them remain untouched. The purpose of keeping the 80% area untouched is to protect the wild also the forest. The main concept of KECV is to educate public about the habitat and behaviour of the elephant and brighten up the nature atmosphere to the public. Additionally, Canopy walk are built for tourism to experience a majestic adventure with different viewing angle for the habitat of elephant and discover the scenic view of the nature forest. Overall, KECV is not only a calm and relaxing destination. It is a place to allow tourism to go wild and interact with the elephant and promising eco-adventure for the tourism.
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Collin626 wrote a review Jan 2020
Malaysia8 contributions1 helpful vote
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U can shower with Elephant, Place is clean, elephant is clean There are no public transport to there, must own drive. Not recommend take ur lunch there, not much choice
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Date of experience: December 2019
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JnReid3 wrote a review Oct 2019
Irvine, United Kingdom97 contributions33 helpful votes
This is a conservation area for elephants that have been abandoned or lost. They take the elephants, train them, bring them together as a new herd family then release them. There were three adorable baby elephants when we were there and the owner turned up and was clearly
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Eke wrote a review Jul 2019
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Today we went to the elephant park. Before we went we saw really different reviews and decided to see it by ourselves. We really regret that we went there. We saw awful things. The Elephants were chained by a very short rope. They were really nervous and bored. The caretakers
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Date of experience: July 2019
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DSB wrote a review May 2019
Wokingham, United Kingdom105 contributions48 helpful votes
No conservation, a zoo. You pay 100MYA to get in which is extortionate. The whole place is laid out very well. It looks very impressive. However the first elephants you see are chained up waiting for their trainers as I'm told. Are those the trainers that permanently on their
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Uniconst wrote a review May 2019
Weybridge, United Kingdom266 contributions72 helpful votes
Unless you’re with a tour group you’ll need a car as this place is quite a way into Kenyir National Park. When you arrive parking’s a snip in the big car park at the front. It’s RM100 per adult, less for kids and there are other concessions that I didn’t understand. After
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Date of experience: May 2019
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