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if u are a backpacker, you can go by bus K-6 at 7.15am, make sure you chase the bus at the bus station, the cost RM4 each trip, and the entrance fee is RM10, you just need RM 18 to visit this site. You need...More
This is a good example of a rehabilitation centre. Was told that there are at least 30 orangutans and they are released freely in the park. Publics are only allowed to visit during feeding time, 1 hour, and then will be asked to leave the...More
We visited on our way from Kuching to Batang ai and it is a must visit in our opinion.
There are 2 feeding times where the reserve is open but is closed otherwise so check your timings.
The briefing from the warden was a bit...More
Here to view orangutans in their natural habitat. The place is located roughly 40 minutes from Kuching city by car. You could take a bus or perhaps Grab to this place but if its Grab, it may be tough to get a ride back to...More
The nature reserve is doing fantastic work. We went for an afternoon visit and it poured with rain. We weren’t therefore expecting the orangutans to appear but just before it was due to close the rangers said they would extend the day beyond closing and...More
Its a very nice reservation and you can see the monkeys very closely. Unfortunately we entered to late so we spent not enough time there. All the time I was thinking how cool it be to be a volunteer there!
We visited during the afternoon feeding and were lucky enough to see 8 orang-utans including two mothers with babies. The first three to arrive positioned themselves just metres from where we were standing and one ended up walking through our group and even followed us...More
A lot is dependent upon the child. Recognize that it will be hot and humid with walking required from the car park to the assembly area and probably deeper into the jungle. The trails in the jungle are uneven and it seemed... More
A lot is dependent upon the child. Recognize that it will be hot and humid with walking required from the car park to the assembly area and probably deeper into the jungle. The trails in the jungle are uneven and it seemed like there was a mad rush from the 120 or so guests to get from one spot to another. The rangers request that guests be quiet so as to not spook the orangutans that might be coming for breakfast. We did not realize that time of year plays an important part in whether one appears. At the end of the fruiting season, the animals can get their fruit naturally and are less apt to come to "breakfast." We were there at the end of the fruiting season in late February/early March. I have no idea when it begins. That said, it was the highlight of our visit to Kuching.