In case you are wondering where Borneo is and what it is, it’s an island located in South East Asia, south of Malaysia and North of Australia.
Borneo is renown for its stunning rainforests, which are home to a large number of animal and plant species.
The island is divided among three countries: Malaysia and Brunei in the north, and Indonesia to the south.
Today, however, we are only “visiting” the Malaysian part, as it features numerous places where to see wild orangutans!
If you are an animal lover, this kind of vacation is perfect for you.
Trekking in the jungle, discovering local villages and having a one-on-one meeting with a red, fluffy orangutan.
Sounds like a dream vacation to me, to be honest!
Anyway, to go back to the animals, The Golden Scope selected five places that are considered to be the best to view orangutans.
Next thing you should do now is picking the one you like the most and head down there to have a one-of-a-kind experience.
Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
The Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is 12 miles from Kuching, the capital city of the state of Sarawak.
The main purpose of this center is to reintroduce orangutans back into the wild.
Kubah National Park
The Kubah National Park is also located not too far from Kuching.
The park presents a center, called the Matang Wildlife Centre, which is nestled away in the forest, and is home numerous orangutans.
Continue reading (Incl. Pics) at: Places to see orangutans in Borneo.