Learn about the culture and wildlife of Borneo on this extravaganza tour.
After departing the pier, you will travel by the City Center and State Mosque on your way to Heritage Cultural Village. The museum here affords a closer view of Sabah's ethnic diversity, as highlighted by the unique local architectural styles of homes in North Borneo and the colorful costume displays.
Leaving the Village, you will travel on to Sabah's Zoological Park to meet two of Borneo's very unique animals, namely, the Orang-utan and the Proboscis monkeys. The Orang-utan, also known as Pongo Pygmaeus, is man's closest relative, sharing up to 96.4% of the human genetic makeup. Learn about this endangered species, their habits and their favorite food as you watch them lazing about on the greens or playing on the rope obstacles. Further along, you'll also meet the long nose Proboscis monkeys, famous for their big pendulous noses and distinctive pot bellies. Following your visit with two of Borneo's most famous animals, enjoy some leisure time to view some of the Park's other animal inhabitants, such as the Asian Pgymy elephant, the gibbon or the many exotic birds.
Please note: The Wildlife Park reserves the right to change and remove wildlife exhibits depending on the animals' condition. No cameras permitted inside the museum's main building. The steps at the museum is at uneven heights. It is a local custom to take off shoes before entering to heritage village house so guest are encouraged to wear easy to slip on and off shoes. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.