Sepilok Inn

Address: Block 46 Lot 9 Tingkat 1, 2 & 3 Church Rd. Sandakan W. D. T. 223, Sandakan, Sabah, 90009, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Block 46 Lot 9 Tingkat 1, 2 & 3 Church Rd. Sandakan W. D. T. 223, 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

Early river safari.

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Nov 03, 2015

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Awake at 5am, after cup of tea and a venture outside the door, we realised that although water was still dripping from the trees it appeared to have stopped raining. As the dawn began to take hold it became more obvious the rain had passed and our early morning adventure would be undertaken in the dry. Robert was already at the jetty busily 'face booking' away, obviously using his mobile phone signal for all it was worth. As we boarded the boat, the skies brightened ...

Out to sea for some turtle watching

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Nov 01, 2015

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... or rather the ranger did) took the eggs to the incubation area, a sandy fenced off area protected by a fence from predators. A hole 30 centimetres deep was dug to place on this occasion 17 eggs (they can lay up to 80). These were buried under a tree to ensure male turtles. Apparently a difference of 4 degrees centigrade determine the sex of the turtle when hatched, had they wanted female they would have been buried with more sun exposure. For some, the ...

Awake again after a night of storms

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Oct 30, 2015

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... with plenty of toast and coffee. Our guide Ray met us at nine and we headed to the Sepilok Orangutang Sanctuary which apparently has been in operation since the early sixties. Set in hectares of jungle habitat the centre played host to a nursery where Rangers (keepers) looked after and taught youngsters how to climb and behave, a task usually left to their mother in the wild. The present rehabilitation was been carried out by volunteers from a charity in the UK. Watching, it ...

A proper tumble....

A travel blog entry by beabuzz on Oct 06, 2015

... are quite incredible creatures - unique to Borneo. They have those wonderful plasticine type noses as though they've been moulded by a child. They remind me of the commedia dell arte masks. They seemed lovely genteel creatures. The males are rather comedy with these huge noses and bright red willies that are generally erect. We watched as little babies play fought, they fed, climbed trees, a mother nursed her tiny newborn - it was just beautiful. In a way a similar sanctuary type ...

Tree planting & cooking lesson

A travel blog entry by robntrish on Sep 23, 2015

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... from Sumatra is still thick, the locals are even saying how hot it is. So the ten of us sitting in a little room was more than challenging. It is school holidays for a Muslim celebration just like Christians celebrate Christmas. We went to the primary school, very impressed. The school day starts at 7 and finishes at 12 - I don't think the kids attention span would go far in this heat. No,air conditioning for these ...

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