Totally different experience to Sepilok. None the less, would recommend however your time is very limited here
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Make sure you visit around feeding time (we were there around 9am). We were lucky to several orangutans and babies too. It was a privilege to see them in the wild. The setting at Semenggoh is beautiful and the staff are dedicated. You have to...More
Now I understand that not everybody is fortunate enough to have the time to go to both Orangutan sanctuaries in Borneo but as someone who was, I figure I can give people my opinion on which one is best. Semenggoh : seems to have had...More
Not far from Kuching with several feeding areas where orangs usually come. Good viewing and camera opportunities. Not much else to do, 1-2 hours is fine.
Any trip to Kuching would not be complete without a trip to the Semenggoh nature reserve. We only spent a short time here at feeding time, which is the best time to go. At first you get the feeling that a lot of this is...More
Have visited many times and it still great to see how the nature reserve works hard to support the Orang-utans in a natural environment as possible. Whilst this is a nature reserve there is no guarantee to see the animals however we have always managed...More