Grand Supreme Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reserve, not just because we saw more but there were people to answer questions, they weren't being enticed out, they were also just fed fruit. Still wherever you see Orangutuns it's pretty special, considering they're the largest primate that climb trees they are hard to spot and hard to hear, literally making no noise whilst they gracefully swing around.
We had to walk quite ...
... our way the odd time, but mostly showed total disinterest in us. And we were able to watch the show no further than 10 metres from the closest of them. Clearly, they did not see us as a threat. But they must have gotten something out of being near us because they have a big forest to hide in yet they hang out near people even when it seems they don't care and definitely don't want any food. Puzzling!
Their range of expressions as they went about their business ...
... Back in Malaysia all the tooting stopped. We checked back into the same hotel only to find the safe not working. We were moved to another room. Went for refreshments at the Shack as it was the owners father who suggested that we visit Pontianak and I wanted to show him our photos at the equator. Back to the hotel to shower only to find no water in the shower. Maintenance came along and after about an hour all was fixed. Really hungry now so finally went to ...
... huge ants, furry caterpillars, giant butterflies, big beetles, lizards and turtles and fishies in the small puddles we came across. Bujang informed us that it often flooded which allowed the fish to spread and move around from puddle to puddle. It wasn't long before a few Proboscis monkeys passed us by (see photo) and Bardy enjoyed watching them bounce between trees so much that he temporarily stopped asking for sips of water and crackers. Despite wanting to ...
... Habitat experience is quite humbling and empowering one, and a great way to volunteer. But I don't think a volunteer is automatically the great hero. We are ambassadors for our own country and should be humbly offering help. Many volunteering activities aren't much help or use at all, the teach english for a week, or visit an orphenage ones are particlularly fraught. The Malay habitat approach is very sound as there are plenty of Malaysians ...