Hotel Samila

Address: Block 13 Jalan Tiga, Sandakan, Sabah, 90729, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Block 13 Jalan Tiga, Sandakan, is near Sandakan Prison Camp Memorial, Agnes Newton Keith Home, and Sandakan Rainforest Park.
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      3 days in a leaky boat

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Jan 01, 2015

      ... at the jetty for the boat ride across the river at about 3. Check in and room allocation done, we grab a bite to eat and head out for the first river cruise. We are lucky enough to see 5 species of monkeys and an Orangutan in the wild. Back for the buffet dinner, which was quite good, and then for a night walk through the forest. Didn't see much but did get to see a civet cat with a ...

      Sandakan 10th December 2014

      A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 10, 2014

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      ... the size of the Malayan Sun Bear found on mainland SE Asia. Deciding we'd seen what the area had to offer we headed back to Sandakan with the whole afternoon ahead of us which came as a surprise. In our research we'd established Sandakan city didn't have much to offer and the half day river cruises would have all left for the day which left us with a dilemma; stay the night and travel to KK the following day, stopping in Ranau en route to visit the ...

      Baby baths, births, tantrums & diarrhea

      A travel blog entry by suling78 on Dec 01, 2014

      ... also liked being wrapped in a towel and rubbed dry, so adorable to hold the little fluffball in a towel, staring at us with big eyes.

      I was surprised to find that baby orangutans throw tantrums just like humans. They scream and thrown themselves down, generally when they want food or attention, though it's nowhere near as bad as human kids. I was also surprised to see them pee into their hands and drink it. One hung upside down ...

      Finally starting work!

      A travel blog entry by suling78 on Nov 10, 2014

      ... have poor aim so it didn't get us.

      There was another big outdoor cage right next to the one we were in, a jungle gym for the babies. I leaned against the bars of my cage (from inside my cage, jail-like) & one of the babies picked up a branch from his cage & threaded it through the bars to connect/play with me. We did a mini tug-o-war, the babies are probably as strong as me if not stronger! He also threw me ...

      Hanging with the Orangutans

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... was around 4-6 family groups along with the bachelor group so there were Monkeys everywhere you looked! Very different to Sepilok but at the same time it does mean the work they are doing to rehabilitate the Orang-utans back into the wild is working - which is a great thing. Some of the males were getting a little aggressive (due to the close proximity of the bachelor group) and were jumping around a lot in the trees - one so much he broke a rather ...