Along the way, visitors pass by the ethno-botanical gardens with their unique collection of rain-forest plants. Semenggoh also has a number of short collections of rain-forest plants.
It is known as one of the best place in Sarawak to view semi-wild orang utans, who have been rescued from captivity and trained to survive in the surrounding forest reserve. The rehabilitated animals roam freely in the rain forest, and often return to the centre at feeding time. Thanks to the successful breeding programme at Semenggoh there is a good possibility of experiencing one of the most heart-warming sights in Borneo – an orang utan mother with a young baby.
|Duration:|| Approx. 3 hours
|Inclusive of:||Entrance fee, Experienced English Speaking Guide, Return transfers to and from city hotels in A/C coaches|
|Fitness level:||Easy (Wildlife)|
|Note:||As the orang utan in Semenggoh are semi-wild, sightings cannot be guaranteed. Minimum: 2 persons|
|Rate:||USD 24 per person|