Sepilok located at Sabah, Malaysian, District of North Borneo. It was founded in 1964, in order to rehabilitate orphan orang utans. In addition, the site is 43 sq km of protected land, at the edge of Kabili Sepilok Forest Reserve. As a results, around 60 to 80 orangutans are living free in the reserve. The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre provides medical care for orphaned and confiscated orangutans. Similarly, for dozens of other wildlife species as well. Other than that, other animals such as sun bears, gibbons, and elephants has been treated here as well.
In short, Sepilok is a useful educational tool to educate both the locals and visitors alike. But, they are adamant that the education must not interfere with the rehabilitation process. Consequently, visitors are restricted to walkways only and are not allowed to approach or handle the orangutan. This is monitored by Sabah Wildlife Department. On the other hand, visitors to Sepilok are able to witness the feeding sessions at 10am and 3 pm from a platform. In addition, viewing gallery can be reached via a boardwalk through the lush forest. After that, visitor can learn even more in the information centre. Above all, to visit Sepilok, you may go to our link here : Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
The Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC) is the home of the world’s smallest bear. For instant, BSBCC play an important role in rescue sun bears and promote their conservation to return them to the forest. As the result, the rescued sun bears are able to express their natural behaviors in the forest enclosure. After that, once they have adapted to the forest, they may be released to the wild. In short, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre gives you an opportunity to watch the smallest, most arboreal bear and least studied bear in their natural habitat. Above all, to visit BSBCC, you may go to our link here : Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre
Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary is located at the center of the mangrove forest along the coastal land near Samawang Village, Sandakan. In short, this privately-owned sanctuary offers a perfect observation platform for you to have a closer look at Borneo Proboscis Monkeys. Proboscis monkey gets its name from its large and fleshy nose. In addition, they have reddish-brown fur on their back and shoulders, which ends at midsection. Proboscis Monkey only found in Borneo. Besides that, they are excellent swimmers! But, they swim only when necessary and for pleasure. Moreover, if you’re lucky, you might able to spot Silvered Leaf Monkeys and hornbills at the viewing platform. In short, a trip to Labuk Bay will definitely leave you the most exhilarating and unforgettable experience. Above all, to visit Labuk Bay, you may go to our link here : Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary