Address: Jl. P. Antasari No. 16, Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia | Inn
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This inn is located on Jl. P. Antasari No. 16, Pangkalan Bun.
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      Enrichment with orangutans

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 05, 2015

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      ... sort of pass the parcel. Once we had made 16 of them we went out to give them to the animals. They were extremely interested and ripped the packages open in minutes. We also got to see the small orangs playing with there childminder who is working to get them back into the wild if not semi wild. Returned back to the longhouse for lunch. Went out on our jungle track to the waterfall, we arrived at the Matang national park centre where we ...

      Matang wildlife centre (orangutan & animal rehab)

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 04, 2015

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      ... the visitor Center and had an introduction to the grounds. After a bit of lunch, rice and veggies. There are a few vegetarians on the trip and even a vegan. So everybody's defo got some kind of dietary requirement. We then had a wonder around the rehab centre where they had not only orangutans but macacs, sun bears, a clouded leopard and even crocodiles. All the animals are kept in cages, some had enclosures linked to them. The animals are ...


      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 03, 2015

      ... Australia. There is on excepting of a girl who looks to be a little older than us but not too sure. Speaking to one of the organisers and volunteers at the matang wildlife centre it's going to be a good trip. I just hope that we are able to get along with the people on the trip and actually have some common ground. Returned to the room and she'd half the weight of our backpacks so that we are able to take them through the rainforest and on the longboats. Looking forward to it I ...


      A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on Feb 17, 2015

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      ... I took his advice and sought and discovered amazing Sarawak.

      I visited the Sarawak Culture Village and spent a morning there. It is really worthwhile going as you learn about the different tribes and how they lived life. You do this at your own pace and therefore if you dont like a particular part you just move on. There is a performance that comes on at 11.30 which was really enjoyable.

      The shuttle from the city ...

      The mixing bowl of Malaysian Tribes

      A travel blog entry by womblepeter on Feb 16, 2015

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      ... could all learn from such co-operation.

      Sarawak feels extremely safe, we have always received welcomes from shops, restaurants, taxi drivers, and the public in general. Every nod or hello we give is greeted with a wide smile, people love to talk and once they realise we are British the welcome is even warmer. Sarawak is also positioned in a monsoon area which officially ends at the beginning of February but being British in everything ...