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Reviewed 14 February 2018

We went to the Semanggoh Nature Reserve in February 2018. It was fruit season so, the orangutans are able to get food and fruits in the reserve. None of them came to the food platform when we went there from 9 am - 10 am. Perhaps they did came in the afternoon, but we did not wait until then.

Thank Gai H
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

Lots of tourists along to see the 10.00 feeding. Of course, they may not turn up. Actually four did when we went, including a mother and child. Absolutely worth it.

Thank Brian_de_Kilburn
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Reviewed 7 February 2018 via mobile

Only 10 ringit entry fee.Make sure you make for the feeding times to get a better chance to see the orangutans.Also double check the times,i was misinformed and almost missed the show.You can spend extra time walking the various trails.Worth the visit.

Thank zalnikor
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Reviewed 6 February 2018

Visiting Sarawak and not going to Semenggoh is like visiting Paris without visiting Louvre. Great experience seeing orangutans for the first time in a wild, great staff talking about the citizens of the forest that all have names and are treated as family by the rangers, definitely not as tourist attraction. Visitors coming are for the animals, not the opposite. The good example of people being close to the nature - but helping not disturbing.

Thank Karolina D
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

Went here in October advised us we may not see any Orangutangs as they are wild and so it’s not guaranteed they will come down to eat. Anyhow the guide went and put food out and called them and at first we had a big male and then a Mum and baby, they all stayed for ages and ate the fruit and climbed up the ropes and poles near the feeding station, so lovely to see, they keep everyone in a safe watching area and are respectful of the Orangutangs. Nice to see them as wild as they can be but safe.

Thank EdsMom123
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