SEMENGGOK ORANG UTAN CENTRE
The Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is located just 12 miles south of Kuching in Borneo's 1613-acre Semenggoh Nature Reserve. The center has been accepting animals either orphaned, injured, or rescued from captivity and reintroducing them back into the wild.
The primary goal of the wildlife centre is to rehabilitate various animals including the Orang Utan, to assist them in the transition to return back into the wild.
The best time to visit the 'Wild Men of Borneo' are at 10am and again, at 3.00pm when the primates emerge from the forest for their daily ration of bananas and milk. Watch as the orang utans are fed from a platform in the centre and then returned to roam freely in the forest where they can fend for themselves.
Duration: 3 Hours