Clearly a not an experience with Orang Oetangs in the wild, this place does offer close up views during feeding time.
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The staff here are doing an excellent job with the Orangutans. The cost is very reasonable at MYR 20 per person (Non-Malay). Prior to going to where the Orangutans may or may not appear and then get some easy food the staff were very clear...More
We heard we were lucky to see these orangs and 1 baby of a couple of weeks old. Since nearing November the orangs will not come as often. There is during that period until March enough food for them in the jungle. It was very...More
We came here courtesy of a private driver which allowed us flexibility and was a really good deal. We had heard that the morning feeding had viewings and were optimistic that we would see orang-utans too. So we waited and waited ... the feeding staff...More
This nature reserve is outstanding for its purpose ( wildlife reserve for orangutans) and the unique opportunity to see orangutans in their natural habitat in the forest. It is easily accessible from Kuching ( about 30 minutes drive ). We were there during the morning...More
Visited Semenggoh as part of a planned visit to Batang Ai (4 hours further away from Kuching!) and was a great experience albeit a little ‘touristy’ We were very lucky as we got to see 4 of one family of Orang-utans who visited to receive...More
Wonderful to see the Orang Utangs in their natural habitat. But it is still like a zoo but without a fence or big window in between you and the apes. Big groups of tourists and all stand together to stare at the Orang Utangs that...More
This place is really nice to see the orang utangs in a sort of natural habitat. The rangers will feed them in the morning and in the afternoon, and are knowledgeable. We went in the afternoon and got to see 2 big males, 4 females...More
We had a wonderful time at Semenggoh Nature Reserve! We decided to attend the 9am morning feeding to avoid the daily afternoon down pour. Rather then book a tour, we took a GrabCar to the reserve and negotiated with our driver to wait for us...More