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Could only give this three stars as we didn’t see ant orangutan. Too much food in the forest for them to come to the feeding station. Think we should have been told that we were unlikely to see them as none had been seen for...More
If you are interested to see orang utan in the wild - this is a must visit. The park is very natural and the jungle is kept in pristine condition. Be aware that sometimes the orang utan do not come out during the prescribed feeding...More
Easy access to Semenggoh,around 1.3hrs drive ftom kuching.Enjoy the flora and fauna of the forest and information center available on the 'Semenggoh Sweetheart'that is the orang utans they've raised and released to the forest.Unfortunately we've came during fruit season and the animals did not appear...More
WE went to the Reserve this week, knowing that the chances of seeing orangutans was slim since the native fruit trees are in full production these days. While we didn't see any orangs, the place is remarkable old growth forest and beautiful to visit. Signs...More
This parks only attraction is the Orangutans which come to feed on fruits brought by the park rangers, twice a day at a couple of designated points. There's supposed to be a total of about 30 orangutans roaming free in the jungle and some or...More
In this rehabilitation centre orangutans live free and are supposed to learn finding their own food. There are plenty fruit trees, so the task is not difficult. However, if they are still hungry, there are two daily feeding times to which tourists are invited. When...More
Hello, My friends and I plan to have a 4D3N Kuching trip in October. We will reach Kuching on 14/10/2017,(around 17:00) and back on 17/10/2017 (around 20:30). So far we are thinking to visit Fairy Cave, Wind Cave, Semenggoh Nature Reserve, Sarawak Cultural Village and Bako National Park. Do you guys have any other places recommended? Since we will arrive Kuching around evening, we have no idea what can we do and where we can visit during that time. Hope can get some advises from you guys....More
July 21, 2017|
Kuching Orchid Garden. It is amazing and easy to reach.
Itinerary Help - Sarawak & Sabah (3 Replies)
My boyfriend and I have been researching a trip to Borneo as we have 2 weeks leave in October. Yes, it's a bit of a last minute trip! We would love to see some wildlife (especially orangutans) and love nature and photography. Here's our proposed itinerary. Any suggestions/comments are most welcome! SAWARAK Day 1 Arrive in Kuching Day 2 & 3 Bako National park Day 4 Semenggoh Nature Reserve Day 5 & 6 Fly to Mulu & visit Mulu National Park SABAH Day 7 Fly to Kota...More
September 27, 2011|
Whoops in my main post, I mixed up the W and the R in SARAWAK! lol! I can't seem to edit the post. Forgot to add in: Day 9 - Fly to Sandakan & visit Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary
Help with Hotel and Itinerary (7 Replies)
Hello everyone, I am a bit confused in terms of understanding prices/info. I am looking to book the Tune Hotel near the waterfront. On booking.com (which I use often), it says 120 CAD, but when I go to the hotel website directly, it gives me 175 MYR (60 CAD), which is less than half. Am I doing something wrong ? My itinerary, day 1: fly in, rest, check out city day 2: Semenggoh Nature Reserve day 3: hike in Bako park, stay overnight (emailed them to see if they availability) day 4:...More
August 07, 2014|
Hello, sometimes Tune Hotels will have sales by booking online through their website. Same like their sister Air Asia. If the website qouted CAD60, so it is the price. I managed to book RM50 per room (about CAD25) last time and my friend was even luckier. He managed to grab a deal at tune hotel kota kinabalu at 25 cent per room last year!!!