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Category: Mainland Package
Manufacturer: Sandakan Mainland

Meet and pick up from airport or your hotel and drive to Sepilok, it's take about 40 min depend on the traffic to reach Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Center. Watch the scheduled video programmed about the Orang Utan then proceed at the boardwalk that will lead you to the Feeding Platform. Along the way you have the chance to explore the lowland rainforest trees.  From here we move to the next door of the Orang Utan Rehabilitation Center is the Borneo Sun Bear sanctuary.

The sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) is a bear found in tropical forest habitats of Southeast Asia. It is classified as Vulnerable by IUCN as the large-scale deforestation that has occurred throughout Southeast Asia over the past three decades has dramatically reduced suitable habitat for the sun bear. It is suspected that the global population has declined by more than 30% over the past three bear generations.


The Malayan sun bear is also known as the "honey bear", which refers to its voracious appetite for  honeycombs  and  honey, 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.


Rainforest Discovery Center (R.D.C) The walkway and towers are also great for bird watchers to steal a glimpse of our resident Bornean bristle heads, one other rarest birds in Sabah.  Apart from that, there a another 250 species of birds to lookout for, including hornbills, pittas, kingfishers and broadbills. 
The 147m long sturdy, steel canopy walkway is THE most accessible in Sabah! Designed for high visitor traffic, you will never 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 28m above the forest floor.

Drive back to your hotel/airport




What to bring:
Drinking water, Insect Repellent, Rain coat if its raining and sun lotion.

Code SMTT 013
Pickup Time 8:00am or 1:00pm
Include Transport and Entrance fee only
Exclude Camera Fee, raincoat, drinking water &
Guide (Need guide have to pay extra of rm150.00)
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