Resort Lodge

Address: Mile 1 1/2 Leila Rd., Sandakan, Sabah, 90707 , Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mile 1 1/2 Leila Rd., Sandakan, is near Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Sandakan Prison Camp Memorial, Agnes Newton Keith Home, and Sandakan Rainforest Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sandakan

Orangs, Sun Bears and Discovering The Rainforest!

A travel blog entry by vicm on Jun 15, 2015

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... long after! Once we finished watching the last orang at the feeding platform, we headed to the nursery to see the younger orangs. When we got there, we could see three babies hanging around the main viewing area, but not long later, when a keeper turned up with food, another four babies turned up because they have access to the whole sanctuary and can come and go as they please. Some of the babies formed a little group and were like the orang Mafia, ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Apr 23, 2015

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... hornbills with their big crazy beaks, and 2 different types of kingfisher. We arrived at a narrowed passage of the river, the boat slowed down so we knew something was worth looking out for. Our eyes had never been so alert, scanning every tree, branch and leaf in hopes to spot the men of the jungle, but only the odd macaque. We reached the end and made a U turn back the way we came, on our return there it was, up high facing away from us a mother orang utan clutching ...

Borneo's Biodiversity Bonanza Part 1

A travel blog entry by joncourt on Feb 15, 2015

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... the low down on what should unfold later and learnt about the remarkable life cycle of these giant turtles. During their lifetime the females travel for thousands of miles through the oceans. They reach sexual maturity after 20 to 30 years and when they have mated (goodness knows how they find a male to have jiggy with!) they return to the island where they first hatched. At high tide they clamber 50m up the beach, dig a large hole, lay 50 to 150 eggs and cover them ...

The Wrath Of The Transport Lords

A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 12, 2015

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... beach. At one point I may have even reverted back to the Lord of the rings scriptures and spoke these soothing words "I can't carry the ring Anna, but I can carry you"; however such gallantry was beyond even me at this point, for the evil sounds penetrated even the strongest of minds.
We battled on slowly and just as I managed to gaze upon the stunning waters for the first time, another blast from the opposite side joined the awful noise of Karaoke and thus sent me ...

Orangutangs and Sun Bears

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Dec 31, 2014

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... for 1 year. It currently have 35 rescued sun bears, of which we were lucky enough to see about 10. Once again, these live in trees or roam the forest floor, there is no guarantee you will see them. We watched them for about 30 minutes, they seemed really peaceful and calm. The also had a great documentary on how sun bears are kept as pets in cages, and how this project is rescuing them and reintroducing them in the forest. After lunch we returned to the Orangutang to see ...

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