Situated 30 minutes away from the city by road is the Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
Animal lovers and outdoor enthusiasts won't want to miss out on this excursion, which features a 740 acres sanctuary for a number of Sarawak's indigenous wildlife including the original " Man Of The Forest" - the unique and gentle Orang Utan. Be there just before the feeding time to see the orang utan coming out from the forest to the centre feeding platform and get a close encounter with them. Feeding is done twice a day by the park rangers.
Most of the orang utan have been taken from illegal captivity during the illegal logging activities and poaching of animals in the jungle . Therefore , there are not many of them left in the jungle of Borneo . In the centre , they are then slowly rehabilitated to go back to their natural habitat .