We went here with pre-booked tour, but could easily handle it by ourselves. You just have to consider to come here at feeding hours, othervise orangutans will not be around.
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I understand that people are trying to save the Orangutans from going extinct but the image given that these Orangutans are wild is not correct. Would a wild orangutan feed from someone's hand or walk on the ground? Of course not. The sad thing for...More
Took the public bus there. A budget way to get there at Rm4/way from Kuching town. Paid rm5 (local) entrance fee . Went on a weekday so other exhibitions (orchid garden, bamboo garden, wildfruit garden, etc.) was closed. But the main attractions like the Orang...More
We used CPL bus from Jalan Masid bus station bus K6 - depart 7.20, be there 10 mins ahead. Sometimes they depart earlier. 8.10 in the Semenggoh wildlife centre, paid entrance fee, walked 400 m in about 15 min. After a short briefing by a...More
On the way to a longhouse visit, we passed by the Semenggoh Nature Reserve. At the viewing area facing the platform where the caller was coaxing the wildlife, we waited for a good 45 minutes with no sign of the orangutans appearing. The crowd was...More
This rehabilitation centre is a great place to visit to see the orangutangs. Very friendly and dedicated staff who tell you about the orangutangs. There are two feeding times a day. We went there twice, in the morning and in the afternoon (not the same...More
As always!! Do keep your distance from the orangutans!! This park has not too many visitors, our group had about 75 pers. in contrary to Sepilok where hundreds are gathered at the same time. Only two visiting hours a day makes contact with humans restricted,...More