A visit to he Semenggoh Nature Reserve is an absolute must for anyone visiting Kuching. Easily reached via mini-bus arranged by a tour desk in your hotel, one needs only relatively short walks to two feeding stations, where Orangutans appear magically singly and in pairs of mother and young out of the jungle to feed at feeding platforms on bananas and sweet potatoes. Red and gray squirrels take their chance to a bite as well while the Orangutans are busy munching their meal on a tree branch. It is an awe inspiring sight and an experience that will stay in one's memory for a life time.
Feeding times are at 9am and at 3pm, and it is probably better to visit in the morning in that in the tropics afternoon quick showers are not unusual. Also Temperature and humidity may be a little lower in the morning. Biting insects were not in evidence during our late March visit.
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