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In the lush, tropical rainforest an hour and a half drive from Kuala Lumpur, the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is an ambitious conservation program implemented and managed by the Malaysian Wildlife Society. Visitors to the Sanctuary have the ... 

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Bath time for elephants!

July 2011

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Bathing an elephant: I'm wet but having a ball! (Elephant sanctuary)

Honeymooners riding into the river (preparing to bathe an elephant)

July 2011

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Preparing to bathe an elephant, Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Center

Riding an elephant

August 2009

Janet T
United Kingdom

Did not realize we would have to ride bare back. I was hanging onto the man (the elephant trainer) in front for dear life.

Elephant feeding time

August 2009

Janet T
United Kingdom

You get the choice of either feeding the trunk or putting the food in his mouth.

Feeding time at the sanctuary

December 2008

Anonymous

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Feeding the elephants at the sanctuary. Make sure you keep the fruit high so they can see it.

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September 2012

Washing the baby in the river

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November 2011

Katie and Andy messing about in the river

Elephant ride - fun!

October 2011

Rob and Sarah enjoying an elephant ride at the Elephant Orphanage in Malaysia. Couldn't stop smiling all day.

Straight out of the hand

August 2011

it tickles a little

More!

July 2011

Jo and Clare feeding peanuts to the baby elephants.

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July 2011

Going for a ride :)

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July 2011

Watching the elephants bathe

Swimming with the Elephant

November 2010

1,2,3, under we go, how amazing is that, nothing to be afraid of as was the best of the best thing I have ever done on any holiday. I just didn't want to leave, the elephant was so gental. Thankyou Mr Sing for the great photo's you taken of us, with out him we would have nothing to remember our trip

Swimming with the Elephant

November 2010

Wow !!!!!!! What such a spritual feeling to be able to do this, and to be choosen from over 200-300 people to ride this beautiful animal into the water and swim with it, all I can say when you visit Kuala Lumpur you must put this on your day trip. Jude is the middle and Mark is at the back.

Feeding junior

November 2010

There were several juvenile elephants that had been rescued by the sanctuary - this was one of them. And he loved his peanuts. The staff ensured that they didn't get too crowded or stressed as well.

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