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This is the world's largest sanctuary for orphaned or captured young orangutans and where they are slowly reintegrated back into the wild. You have the opportunity to witness the animals at feeding time in their natural habitat and enjoy watching their antics.Its onward then to see the Malayan sun bears, the smallest bears in the world which are only found in Southeast Asia. These bears continue to be threatened by forest degradation, illegal hunting for bear parts and poaching to obtain young cubs for pet trade.
Combine experiences with two of Borneo's most interesting primates during this single full-day tour from Sandakan or Kota Kinbalu (must arrange own flights). Visit both the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center and the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary to see the inhabitants in their natural environments and learn about conservation efforts.
Here, you will have the chance to see different species of birds and animals (e.g. Rhino, mouse deer, barking deer, civet, Binturong, pygmy elephants, clouded leopards, Malayan tigers, Orang Utans, Proboscis monkeys etc).
Spend a day getting up close to some of Borneo’s incredible native wildlife on this must-see tour for animal lovers. Explore Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre for orphaned orangutans. Stroll down the boardwalk through the rainforest and see them feed from the platform. Visit Lab Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary to see these indigenous monkeys in their natural habitat, before going to the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre. That’s not all: other stops include a hilltop temple with panoramic views and the vibrant Sandakan Central Market.
If you're a lover of nature, enhance your experience of Lok Kawi Wildlife Park on a guided tour from Kota Kinabalu. You'll explore both the zoological and botanical parts of the park, and discover information about endemic Borean species, such as proboscis monkeys and the Malayan tiger, that you may otherwise have missed. Plus, convenient hotel pickup and drop-off mean you won't have to worry about finding a meeting point.
The Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary offers another perfect Proboscis monkeys observation spot for any tourist who wants to have a closer look at these very special monkeys. The Sanctuary is located at the centre of the mangrove forest along the coastal land near Samawang Village at Labuk Bay, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia.For those who love to watch these unique primate not found elsewhere in the world is a “Must See”. It would definitely give you one of the most exhilarating and memorable experience observing the Proboscis monkeys both young and adult leaping from tree to tree and eventually down to feed on young leaves and plants. The leaping act is superb, fast, steady, stylish and perfect.
Daytrip combo package! Start your day with an extreme adventure during the day and a relaxing tour observing the wildlife at Klias Wetland on the afternoon. A perfect short gateway! This tour will give thrills and excitements as you will experience Kaiduan River’s varying currents and possibly get tossed and turned along the way! your trip is not over yet, after a well prepared lunch, back to the jetty to go to our next trip to Klias Wildlife Safari River Cruise that takes half an hour from the jetty. Cruising down the forest leads you to experience wildlife sightseeing. Klias River is one of the forest reserves where you can still spot the endangered proboscis monkey.
Come face to face with the famed Wildman of Borneo - the Orang Utan. Scientifically known as Pongo pgymaeus, this ape shares up to 96.4% of the human genetic makeup. Meet this remarkable creature in its natural habitat at Sepilok as they learn to survive once more in the teeming jungles of Borneo in Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary. A raised wooden walkway takes you to the observation deck where orang utans slowly emerge from the rainforest to be fed by the rangers.
Are you a naturalist traveler? Then, you should spend time on your holiday to explore Tanjung Datu National Park in Sarawak Borneo. Though it is one of the smallest national parks, it is also one of the most beautiful national parks in Sarawak. The national park is at a remote area and it is less accessible, making it worth to visit to get off the beaten trek. The national park also is known to feature various species of Borneo Wildlife, such as: • Bornean gibbons • Pig-tailed macaques • Long-tailed macaques • Silver-leaf monkeys • Civet cats • Bearded pigs • Diverse birds species and many more The park’s remoteness means that the beaches and coral-reefs are clean and natural. Therefore, it attracts the green and olive ridley turtles occasionally come to ashore to lay eggs.