This place is special The animals are free to roam and come in to feed A unique experience The entrance fee is a bargain Enjoy
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We booked a half day tour and were lucky enough to have seen 8 of the 21 Orangutang that are there. Our guide kindly changed our tour and brought it forward for us. He was very knowledgeable about the area and shared lots of information...More
We combined seeing the nature reserve in the morning for the morning feeding of the orangutans followed by a kayak trip of the river in the afternoon. The tour operator picked us up from the hotel at 8 a.m. for the trip and drove us...More
We booked a visit to this Orangutan National Park for 2 persons on 18th June, 2017 from Damai Beach Resort, Santubong. On the day of the departure from the hotel to the Park, we discovered that we were the only 2 people interested on the...More
We arranged a taxi from Kuching and back for 130 MYR. The taxi dropped us off right at the viewing platforms. According to our driver, taxis can drive up to the platforms. He told us there is a bus from the entrance for 1 MYR...More
We took a taxi from our hotel to Semenggoh. The taxi driver waited for us at the ticket booth while we purchased our tickets, after which he drove us up the long and steep driveway to the park entrance. On this particular day we were...More
Pretty amazing sight. It is about 30 mins from the city center, then maybe a 5 minute walk. Definitely worth a visit.