Semenggoh Orangutan Centre from Kuching
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Semenggoh Orangutan Centre from Kuching

3 h
By walk
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About this activity
Semenggoh Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre situated about a 30-minute drive from Kuching. Here the Orangutans are being nurtured to re-adapt themselves to the jungle life. It is also home to numerous baby orangutan, born in the wild to rehabilitated mothers, a further testament to the success of the program. 

You will have to chance to observe the semi-wild orangutans coming out of the forest for the feeding time. Before arriving at the feeding platform, you will have a brief experience walking through the amazing untouched rainforest. As a result of its success, Semenggoh's role has changed and it is nowadays a center for the study of orangutan biology and behavior.

A visit to Semenggoh is a once a lifetime experience to see semi-wild orangutan, ranging from tiny infants and boisterous adolescents to dignified mature adults, enjoying life in a secure natural habitat.

This tour includes return transfers to your accommodation. You may choose a morning or afternoon departure.

Please note: the feeding sessions take place at approximately 9:00 to 9:30am and 3:00 to 3:30pm.
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  • Driver/guide
  • Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • 1 water
  • Entry/Admission - Semenggoh Nature Reserve
Not included
  • Gratuities
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infants free of charge, no seat
  • A minimum of 2 person per booking is required
  • A maximum of 15 people per booking allowed
  • Advisable to wear comfortable walking shoes
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
Martin H
5 | 2017-08-18

GREAT morning trip. You should book the 8.00 departure to see the feeding at 9.00, we saw 4 orangutans, that's very lucky there were no sightings the previous day. It's a chance you take looking for wild animals.

5 | 2017-04-18

Great half day tour. We took the morning tour, which gets you to the feeding platform at Semenggoh in plenty of time for the 9:00 AM morning feeding. The Centre only allows a one hour visit during the feeding, so we really appreciated that the tour picked us up at our Kuching hotel on time. Our guide David was professional, friendly and spoke great English. We were so lucky that this day we saw eleven orangutans, including all three alpha flange males that reside at Semenggoh, several moms with babies and adolescents doing their acrobatics. In fact, one of the alpha males was sitting in a tree in the parking lot watching the action, got great photos! There are two feeding areas at Sememggoh, and we saw orangutans at both platforms. The gift shop has a wonderful information board about the individual orangutans who reside at the Centre. The orangutans are semi-wild and are free to come and go as they see fit. It was a not-to-be-missed experience. Visited on March 12, 2017.

5 | 2017-04-10

To our surprise, we were picked up by a Sarawak Forestry licensed park guide for our tour to the Semenggoh Orangutan Wildlife centre. Picked up on time from our resort, we were taken directly to the park to be on time for the morning feeding session. Whilst waiting for the rest of the crowd to arrive, we were treated to a visit by a mother and youngster in the trees above. After a quick briefing, we walked about 200 metre into the rainforest to a specially made viewing platform, where were graced by the presence of the Richie, the Alpha Male of the Semenggoh park. He kept us entertained for about 40 minutes and then he left and some younger Orangs came down to feed. After returning to the meeting point, we were then shown the croc enclosure and also the education centre where more details can be learnt about the Park and its Orang families Also the history of rehabilitation and now care and maintenance of the population of Orangs is detailed on wall posters. Our guide showed us some of the flora, such as the pitcher plants growing in the area. As the tour was only a half day, our guide was kind enough to alter our tour by dropping us off in Kuching Chinatown for the afternoon. Here, our guide showed us the best eating spots, coffee shops, and shopping malls. We made our own way back to our hotel. Worth doing? Yes! If you want to see wild and semi wild Orangutans in their natural habitat Not if you want up close and a touchy-feely experience with baby orangs Thank you Lim Ann Kok Our Guide and all others for a memorable experience!



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