Visiting Sepilok Ape-Man Sanctuary was one of the highlights of our trip, because we had other friends to experience it first and thought it was a must-see attraction. We were definitely not disappointed! We came here with a small tour group and our tour guide was very familiar with the facilities. Visiting the Nuseri area, you can first see the lives of a dozen orangutans. Watching them eat, swing, and interact with the staff, it feels great. The outdoor feeding platform also provided a wonderful sight. We admired about six orangutans, including a mother and her child. We only stayed for an hour to observe these beautiful animals. The protection center apparently has done some very special work in caring for and relocating orangutans, and the video information provided is very rich. I can understand that because of the large number of guests, although there are many places to watch on the day we went, it may be very busy, so you need to choose your visit date/time. It is definitely worth a visit to see the orangutans and better understand the valuable information provided by the center.
The Sibilo Orangutan Center retains the dense virgin forest, towering tall trees, two feeding points for apes, and the second point is a privately developed proboscis monkey base. The long nose is very special. The sad thing is that when I went there was a long-tailed monkey who was hit by a car and was lying on the road. I felt a little uncomfortable but it passed. When I came back, I saw the process of dragging it into the mountains by several of its companions. The humanoid long-tailed monkey.
The sanctuary is very clean, the orangutans inside are very beautiful, the staff here are also very friendly, here you can see many other animals, including sun bears, tropical snakes, and many tropical insects.
Very quiet and friendly and atmosphere place. It's good to realize that visitors contribute to preserve this species
Very nice place to visit and see the Orangutan. Well protected place for the animal. Tourist attraction.
Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in the Malaysian Sabah District of North Borneo was founded in 1964, to rehabilitate orphaned orangutans. The site is 43 sq km of protected land at the edge of Kabili Sepilok Forest Reserve. Today around 60 to 80 orangutans are living free in the reserve.
Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in the Malaysian Sabah District of North Borneo to protect species. It was founded in 1964.They opened from 09am-11am then in the evening 02pm-03pm.
This centre was established in 1964 to help rehabilitate orangutans which had been orphaned. Just like a human baby, the orphaned orangutan need some attention as well.