Established in 1964, the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre is one of only four orang utan sanctuaries in the world, with the aim of protecting orphaned, injured and captive orang utans and introducing them back into the wild. Every morning semi-wild orang utans descend from the trees in the surrounding jungle to feed, providing a unique chance to take photographs and get close to these iconic animals. A visit here also combines well with the nearby Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, a superb introduction to animal conservation in Borneo.
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