If you want to see an Orangutan, the Matang Wildlife Center is one of the best place to see these cuddly animals.
• 6.5 hours
Join this 4 hour wildlife discover tour at Kubah National Park, and get up close and personal with wide range of Bornean frogs in this fascinating night walk in the tropical rainforest. Starting at 6pm in the evening, this tour only requires moderate level of fitness, and is inclusive of entrance fee, hotel transfer and a local English speaking guide.
• 4 hours
Semenggoh Rehabilitation Center, a temporary home for displaced Orang Utans that have been rescued from captivity and young orphaned primates. These animals are re-trained to survive in their natural habitat. They learn how to forage for natural food and build nests in the trees. Many have been returned into the surrounding area. Take a walk on the trails and try to spot semi-wild Orang Utans. There are feeding times scheduled everyday at the feeding platfoam. Our journey we'll lead us to the Matang Wildlife Centre in Kubah National Park. This is Sarawak’s main centre for wildlife rehabilitation where rescued orangutans, sun bears, bear cats, civet cats, sambar deer, barking deer, porcupines and crocodiles are nursed to health, all of which can be viewed in spacious natural enclosures. We'll have time here to meet the animals and explore the centre, including the large aviaries which house a variety of hornbills, as well as brahminy kites and sea eagles.
• 7 hours
Matang Wildlife Centre, part of Kubah National Park, houses endangered wildlife in large enclosed areas of rainforest or spacious cages. The main attraction is the orang utan adoption programme, where young orang utans, who were either orphaned or rescued from captivity, are taught how to survive in the wild. As well as orang utans, the centre includes spacious enclosures housing sambar deer, crocodiles, sun bears, civets and bear cats, and three large aviaries featuring hornbills, eagles, kites, storks and a host of other birds native to Sarawak.Sarawak Cultural Village, an award winning ‘living’ museum at the foothills of Mount Santubong. The cultural village showcases the tribal lifestyles lived by the many ethnic groups that lace the beautiful Land of Hornbills, Sarawak. There are about 150 people living in the village, demonstrating traditional daily activities for you to experience the arts, crafts, games and delicacies of the 7 major ethnic groups.
• 8 hours
Enjoy this full-day excursion to visit Matang Wildlife Centre, Sarawak’s main centre for wildlife rehabilitation. You will have a chance to see dozens of fascinating plant species including rare plants, orchids and pitcher plants.
• 7 hours