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Category: Mainland Package
Manufacturer: Sandakan Mainland

Itinerary : Sepilok Orang Utan,
Borneo Sun Bear, R.D.C 
Lunch and Labuk Bay 2 feeding

Proceed  to the world famous  Sepilok  Orang Utan  Rehabilitation   Center situated in the Kabili –Sepilok Forest  Reserve At 9.00 am watch  the video  show documentary rehabilitation at orphaned  Orang Utan and witness the feeding of the Orang Utan at 10.00 am by taking a boardwalk boardwalk through the lowland rainforest.  

From Sepilok  Sanctuary, we continue to see the Borneo Sun Bear. this sanctuary had recently opened its doors. It is located right next to the orang utan sanctuary. It has currently got 27 sun bears in there, all bears are rescue bears. Beautiful creatures they are indeed. Out of the 27, 8 stay closer to home and can be seen by the public the others are now deeper in the jungle as part of their rehabilitation. the bears are not fed at special times, but with the help of the friendly staff you're sure to get a glimpse at some of the sun bears. As this is a conservation center, sightings cannot be guaranteed. However, staff/volunteers are on hand to eagerly assist you in your Sun Bear spotting. There is even a scope (like a single lens binocular, mounted on a tripod) on the Viewing Platform so even if you don't have your own binoculars with you, you won't miss out.

We continue to Rainforest Discovery Center (R.D.C) evolved   from a small, cozy environmental education (EE) center in 1996 into one of Sabah's most popular EE centers. It is a Conserving forests, as well as the sustainable us of the forest resources.  It managed by the EE Unit of the Sabah Forestry Department.  The 147 m-long sturdy, steel    canopy walkway is THE most accessible in Sabah! Designed for high visitor traffic, you will   never have to wait in line again to get up to the canopy!!..  This walkway enables you to have   a spectacular view of the beautiful rain forest of  Sepilok from up to 28 m above the forest floor.  Take a break with Lunch at local restaurant before we explore more interesting thing to see.

After lunch we continue our journey to Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey.  First we will visit the flat form 'A' then continue to Flat form 'B'.  In the center of the mangrove forests of Semawang is the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary,  where you   can  see Borneo's  indigenous  proboscis  monkeys. This  privately-owned Sanctuary  located within an oil palm estate gives you the chance to  observe  these  animals  up  close and personal. The remarkable males sport big dangling noses, reddish flat-top hairstyles, white tails  and   markings, and pot bellies. The  females on  the other   hand, are   much     smaller and  have   up-turned   noses.  Proboscis monkeys have   large prominent noses. They   have   large,  extended bellies, giving permanently pregnant. The color of upper bodies of the monkeys    are   generally in pale grayish-yellow to reddish brown. The fur on their upper back tends to be darker while  the lower section of their body re paler. Adult males have much larger nose    than the female, the monkeys’ nose will swell and turns red when the monkey is excited or angry. Proboscis monkey also known as the “Dutch Monkey”. Locals thought the monkeys and Kalimantan’s farmer colonial. Beside that you may sport the Silver monkey and hornbillls.

The tour start at 8.30 am finish around 5.00 pm and arrived in the city around 6.00 pm depend on the traffic.

What To Bring: 
Drinking water, Insect Repellent, binoculars, rain coat if it's raining and sun lotion.

Code SM014
Pickup Time 8:30am
Include Return transport, Entrance fee, Lunch (Excluded Alcohol/soft)
Exclude Camera Fees
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