Enjoy an amazing outdoor as you greet Orang Utans, observe fearsome crocodiles and explore the depths of Fairy and Wind Caves.
Prepare yourselves to get up close and personal with the Orang Utan, an endangered species of great apes and also our closest relative by visiting the Semenggoh Orang Utan Centre. Delight yourself in watching their antics and eating habits both within the centre and the surrounding forestlands. Catching a glimpse of a female orangutan nursing her offspring is indeed a rare find, but fret not as there is a host of colourful birds such and other jungle dwellers that make this sanctuary their home.
Next, head down to the largest captive crocodile breeding farm in Malaysia which provides a much-needed sanctuary for over a thousand crocodiles bred in captivity, ultimately saving them from going extinct. The sanctuary also provides a safe haven for other rare species such as monkeys, leopard-cats, sun bears, fruit bats, peacocks, hornbills and also the Arapaima, one of the largest freshwater fishes in the world.
Journeying onwards to two incredible limestone caves, be awestruck at their lore and beauty. The Fairy Cave is a magical wonder of nature offering breathtaking photo opportunities which acquire its namesake from a stalagmite structure near the mouth of the cave which is said to resemble ‘Guan Yin’, the Goddess of Mercy in Chinese culture. Just about 10 minutes away, lies the Wind Cave, filled with swarms of bats and swiftlets crowding the ceiling of the deeper caverns, making for an amazing auditory experience.