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Semenggoh Nature Reserve

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Here you can see orangutans up close while they are being rehabilitated
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124 reviews
Everybody was nice. The food was excellent. Hopefully I’ll go there again one day
Scott
Very knowledgable and patient guide Musa. Punctual and accomodating. The local Iban people were very pleasant, welcoming and hospitable. The accomodation while basic was tidy and spacious. Would definitely recommend bringing gifts that can be split between various families residing in longhouse and be prepared for very basic amenities. But lovely to experience a day in the life of an authentic asian villlage. We shared in luak and rice wine and had a great time sharing instruments and dancing the traditional iban style :) would recommend for those who are not afraid of roughing it a little bit.
Gopi
Saloma’s family is very welcoming and kind! The food was amazing, the activities really entertaining - with the right amount of rest - and the tree house is very charming!
Paola & Isabel

Helpful Questions

What is the best time to visit Semenggoh Nature Reserve?
The best time to visit Semenggoh Nature Reserve is during the morning or late afternoon as this is when the orangutans are most active and likely to come out of the forest to the feeding platform.
Does Semenggoh Nature Reserve offer guided tours?
Yes, Semenggoh Nature Reserve offers guided tours led by knowledgeable rangers who provide valuable information about orangutans, their behavior, and the conservation efforts. These guided tours enhance the overall visitor experience.
Can visitors see other wildlife apart from orangutans at Semenggoh Nature Reserve?
Yes, apart from orangutans, Semenggoh Nature Reserve is also home to various other wildlife species such as crocodiles, porcupines, bearded pigs, and numerous bird species. Visitors may be lucky enough to spot some of these fascinating creatures during their visit.
Are there any restrictions on photography or filming at Semenggoh Nature Reserve?
Photography and filming are permitted at Semenggoh Nature Reserve; however, the use of flash is strictly prohibited as it can disturb and frighten the orangutans. Visitors are advised to be respectful of the animals and follow the guidelines provided by the reserve authorities.
Is there any entrance fee to visit Semenggoh Nature Reserve?
Yes, there is an entrance fee to visit Semenggoh Nature Reserve. The fee helps in supporting the conservation efforts and maintenance of the reserve. The fee amount may vary for different categories of visitors, such as locals, foreigners, and students.
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