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When you arrive at Kuching International Airport, skip the stress of navigating unfamiliar public transport systems with a shared arrival transfer, a convenient and cost-effective method of getting to your Kuching accommodation. A driver greets you in arrivals and transports you directly to your hotel in air-conditioned comfort, leaving you free to relax and enjoy the start of your Borneo vacation.
When your time in Kuching comes to an end, reduce the stress of getting to the airport with a convenient and cost-effective departure transfer. You'll travel directly from your accommodation to Kuching International Airport in air-conditioned comfort, and skip the expense of private taxis. Plus, transfers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so it doesn't matter what time your flight departs.
Combine culture with nature on a full-day tour of Kuching that includes a visit to Semenggoh Nature Reserve and provides a perfect introduction for first-time visitors. For over 20 years, the wardens at Semenggoh Nature Reserve have been training young orangutans, who had been orphaned or rescued from captivity, how to survive in the wild. The success of this programmer has left the surrounding forest reserve with a thriving population of healthy adolescent and young adult orangutans, who are now breeding in the wild.
This is a small-group tour (6 people max). Our small tour offer multiple departure times, from 7.30 am, 8.00 am, 1.30 pm & 2.00 pm,
Rather than navigating the bustling city alone, you'll travel between attractions such as the Cat Statue, Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple, and the Clock Tower without getting lost. Plus, you'll benefit from the insider knowledge of a Cab driver.
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.