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Private Day Tour to Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Visit Batu Caves and meet wild elephants at a sanctuary on a full-day private tour from Kuala Lumpur. Slip inside towering limestone cliffs to explore a Hindu shrine, then continue to a elephant sanctuary, where you can purchase snacks to feed the elephants and watch them interact with the trainers.
  • Full-day, private tour to an elephant sanctuary from Kuala Lumpur
  • Visit the Batu Caves
  • Meet and feed orphaned elephants
  • Learn about elephant conservation
  • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

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Both the Batu Caves and the Elephant...
Julia B
, Dec 2016
Both the Batu Caves and the Elephant Sanctuary are super fun programs, but our tour guide was the best! He told us different stories about the Hindu religion and temples, the elephants or the history of Malaysia, so the 2 hour drive seemed quite short! We even stopped so he could show us some interesting plants or rubber trees. Highly recommended! We are considering booking another tour with this tour guide while we're in Malaysia
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Fantastic day out, highlights Batu...
Patvince4
, Nov 2016
Fantastic day out, highlights Batu Caves, Deerland Park and the Elephant Sanctuary.
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This trip was amazing! Segar our host...
Benjamin W
, Oct 2016
This trip was amazing! Segar our host was the most attentive, kind and knowledgeable person we could have wished for. Highly, highly recommended. Bathing the elephants was the highlight, but the day was packed full of activity.
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Our guide was very knowledgeable and...
Dawn C
, Jul 2016
Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. We were the only 2 on the trip and he made several stops. We went to the Batu caves first. We were going to the deer park too but he got a puncture, which he dealt with and we stopped for an early lunch while he got the spare sorted. We had several roadside stops where he pointed out local flora, including rubber trees... The elephant sanctuary was great, with plenty of opportunity to feed elephants and bathe with them too. Overall we had a brilliant day.
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Have to say day was made by our guide...
Mark W
, Jun 2016
Have to say day was made by our guide Singar (Cigar). Really knowledgeable and really looked after us by giving loads of additional information and 'info stops' which, if like us, you have not been to Malaysia before have you an insight into the country. BTW Elephants are fantastic.
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The tour was great even though there...
UN WA L
, Jun 2016
The tour was great even though there was a little bit misunderstanding at the beginning. Overall we enjoyed it a lot and the guide was super friendly.
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The tour is well organized, along with...
Mohammad S
, Jun 2016
The tour is well organized, along with a fantastic tour guide who is very knowledgeable about culture, plants, fun facts, etc. I recommend to make time for it! And I believe the price is adequate. Our guide Tan picked us up sharp at 9:00 am from our hotel in a nice van although we were only two persons, which very comfortable. PART 1: We went to Batu Caves, where we had 45 minutes to go around, we only needed 30 minutes, so we went back to the van and continued. Tan had bottles of cold water ready for us. There were no extra or entrance costs here. PART 2: Tan took us to the Deerland Park 10 RM/person. The 30-minute round in the park was worth it, since you are able to interact with some animals deer, snakes, hedgehogs, etc.. PART 3: The last stop was the elephant sanctuary free entrance. First we had some time to feed the elephants with some peanuts or sugar canes which you buy there 3 RM per set. Then we had lunch which is fried rice or noodles I had noodles, I recommend them 6 RM / plate. After lunch, we watched a 30-minute video about elephant relocation. Then we paid for a tour guide from the sanctuary 50 RM, who was really nice but had no added-value! All of the activities could be seen and performed without him, he just has more information to share. We watched an elephant show not WOW, where at the end you may feed the elephants watermelons yes WOW. Our main aim of the day was actually to bath with the elephants. Unfortunately, we were told we would not be able to bath with them because of the high water level of the river. Eventually, after some begging, we were allowed to for a price of 10 RM per person. But we were not the only ones. The bathing was nice, almost 3 to 5 minutes, but nothing extraordinary. PART 3: On our way back, Tan stopped a couple of times to show us interesting things, like rubber trees, different fruits like jackfruit, trees that produces cotton, the Mimosa plant, etc. which made the road trip fascinating.

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