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Zoo Negara Volunteer Experience ~ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


| 5 Day Wild@Heart Conservation Student Programme | 7 Days 6 Nights Borneo Orangutan and Pygmy Elephant Experience for Families | 12 Days Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Adventure | 12 Days Work with Orangutans & Borneo Tribal Living Experiences | 14 Days Malaysia Zoo Experience | 28 Days Zoo, Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Adventure | 28 Days Malaysia Zoo Experience | Feedback from volunteers |

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Need To Know: * Introduction to the Programme * Project Site * Your Role * Code of Conduct * Work Ethics * Food & Drinks * Laundry * Things To Pack * Shopping Locally * The Gift of Knowledge * Emergency Numbers


Introduction to Programme

You will start your programme in the vibrant capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.  You will have time to explore the night life of KL, as it is fondly called, and then transfer the next day to the National Zoo. 

At the Zoo, you will be working with a variety of animals on husbandry and enrichment activities.  The aim of the programme is have you work with the Malaysian zookeepers to understand the conditions they work in.  As you work alongside them, you will be able to assist in improving conditions of the animals in captivity living at the zoo.  This programme will also allow you a chance to learn about the wide variety of Malaysian animals and the need of captive animals for enrichment.

Understand that the standards of zoos in Malaysia and much of Asia is not what you are used to at home.  Though a long process, a lot of effort is being made to improve conditions of captive animals to an internationally acceptable level.  You support is important in ensuring this change happens, however small the contribution.

While you work alongside the Zoo Keepers, you will have the opportunity to learn some Malay and teach them some English.  The low English levels are the main reason zookeepers refrain from communicating. 

You will have the weekends off, giving you plenty of time to explore colourful Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding areas.


Project Site

Project Site: Zoo Negara, Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s National Zoo, better known as Zoo Negara, is based approximately 10km outside the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur.  Set up in 1958, Zoo Negara is managed by the Malaysian Zoological Society, and NGO established to set up Malaysia’s first zoo.

Situated on 110 acres of land, Zoo Negara has more than 5,400 individual animals making up more than 470 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish.  The zoo’s long term objective is to develop into a world-class zoo and is in the midst of making changes to their systems and protocols.

By working alongside zookeepers and the management, we are able to assist in up scaling animal welfare, an area that is not yet of international standards in most zoos in Asia.  Through our support and encouragement, the zoo has made some positive modifications and will continue to improve in various aspects.


Your Role

Why Does This Project Need Volunteers?

Conservation work requires a lot of hard work, money, passion and determination. Throughout the course of this project you will be involved with conservation activities that help monitor orangutan, pygmy elephant and other wildlife numbers. This increases our knowledge of species numbers and potential conflicts which can then be tackled, helping the conservation cause.

Tourism also creates a financial incentive for the local community to protect their wildlife and habitat. By creating a tourist economy in the area we can help persuade the local decision-makers to change their policies and help protect endangered animals and environments (such as the orangutans).


What skills do you need on this placement ?
Volunteers should love animals, especially orangutans, and be willing to work hard. The work is physical and the temperature in Malaysia is high so volunteers should have a decent fitness level. All participants should be able to speak good English and be able to work as part of a team. Previous experience with animals or research knowledge is especially welcomed.

Where does my money go?
The cost of your trip covers three main areas;

1. administration and marketing
2. your accommodation, food and transportation, and the staffing of the volunteer activities
3. the orangutans

The administration and marketing are essential to the running of any project and ensures that you can find the project, you are well prepared for the trip, that you can have questions answered and the whole things works well.

Getting you safely to the project, ensuring you get fed, giving you a room at the project site and staffing the project is the other chunk of spending.  This makes your experience enjoyable and ensures you work most effectively when you are at the center.

The remainder funds the orangutans, and the other animals, at the center.  Your money helps to purchase materials, resources, medicines, food, pay for staff and any releases.  The project exists because of you.

Where does my donation go?

Donations are spent on:

1. Enrichment - food (food parcels and a wide variety of different interesting foods) and physical enrichment (like hammocks and rope swings)

2. Construction - on materials and tools for getting orangutans out of cages and maintaining existing outdoor enclosures (everything from spades, to cement, to wheelbarrows, to nuts and bolts)

3. Reforestation - helping to create more species diverse forest by planting primary rainforest species under the pioneer tree canopy ( such as dipterocarpaceae, fabaceae and malvaceae) in certain areas.  Also, we plant up species where we create destruction during the building process, such as recently when a digger dug out the island moats.

How do I go about booking my flights?
Please try to book your flights as far as possible in advance of your departure as flights become more expensive with time. We will provide you with some additional information in the 'Know Before You Go' pack that we send when we have received your deposit. If you have any difficulties feel free to contact our support team.

Do I need a mosquito net?
Volunteers sometimes leave behind their mosquito nets but we cannot guarantee availability so if in any doubt please bring your own.

Can I leave my old clothes behind?
If you are going to throw them away, please leave them with a project facilitator as old clothes are often appreciated by the local community

Code of Conduct

It cannot be overstated the attitude that you need to have for this project.

You are working among a community within the National Zoo and will move amongst a local community. The community expects you to make an effort to integrate with their way of life.  You need to be able to do the following:

- Remember that standards at the local zoo may not be what you are used to in your home country.  You are on this programme to support the project ensuring long term positive outcomes are implemented at the zoo.  This requires you to work alongside zoo keepers and be sensitive about what is said and done;

- Understand that the cultural and traditional beliefs as well as the economic and political situation in the country may play a much bigger role in the welfare of the zoo and captive animals than you realise;

- Recognise that animals are animals be they in the wild or captive bred.  They can be dangerous, poisonous and unpredictable. Do not attempt to interact with any animal without the presence of the zookeeper or facilitator;

- Take into account that even though rules and regulations govern behaviour during the programme and at the project site, unpleasant behaviour off project sites will also affect the programme due to the efficient grapevine within small communities;

 Work Ethics

Tardiness is not acceptable.  Your full commitment to the project and initiative will help the project maintain a good reputation within the village communities.  Your attitude towards cultural sensitivities will also play a major role in building this relationship.

Volunteers who do not turn up for work or refuse to participate in the daily work routine will be issued a warning, after which, they may be removed from the project without compensation.

Food & Drinks

~ Welcome dinner is included in Kuala Lumpur.  Please check with the reception at the dormitory for meeting time;

~ You will be given a meal allowance on orientation day at the zoo.  You will have the choice of cooking together with your fellow participants as a self-catering option; The food allowance is enough to cover local grocery items and occasional visits to the food stalls

~ Meals at local food stalls around the zoo are cheap and you can have a full meal for RM5 – RM12;

~ You will need money for bottled water and extras such as fruit juice or snacks throughout the programme;

~ Vegetarians can find vegetarian restaurants and eateries in towns or cities, but the range can be limited.  Vegetarian restaurants are not found in villages but home-cooked meals can be tailored for vegetarians if informed well in advance;

~ Dietary concerns, i.e. vegetarian, pescetarian, allergies etc., must be highlighted to ApeMalaysia at least 1 month prior to the programme as supplies are not readily available and the villagers will have to prepare well in advance to cater to special dietary needs;

~ Alcoholic drinks are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED on project sites, in the village, at the zoo or at any volunteer accommodation throughout the programme, unless specifically mentioned.


You will have the option to wash your own clothing in your bath or sink in your accommodation or pay to have your clothing laundered.  Please agree to a price before handing your clothes over for washing.

Things to Pack

Malaysia is a country with lots and lots of rain with an annual rainfall of way over 2500mm in many areas.  Humidity levels are extremely high at over 90%.  If the sun is out, your clothes will dry in no time, but on a cloudy day, wet clothes, shoes, towels take very much longer to dry.

Bring clothes that are light and dry easily. For the jungle, bring clothes in colours that blend with the environment so as not to scare the wildlife.  Heavy downpours in Malaysia are really buckets emptying themselves over you, so be prepared to get soaked to the skin when you least expect it!  Light material long sleeves and long pants are advisable for tree planting activity due to the weeds, undergrowths and insects that may be encountered, also as protection against very early morning cool weather in the jungles.

Bring several changes of clothes that you don’t mind getting really mucky and dirty in as habitat restoration work involves clearing of undergrowth and weeds, mulching and tree planting.  Other work at the school / in the community may involve painting, building or maintenance work. 

Taking into consideration community sensitivities, clothes that cover the shoulders & cleavage and longer than the knees are a must when working in the village.  The same is necessary when visiting local homes and schools.

This packing list is only a suggestion and by no means a complete or exhaustive list. 

Must Haves

~ Photocopies of important papers such as passport, airline tickets and insurance documents

~ Money in Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

~ Day bag / rucksack with waterproof cover or bring plastic bags

~ Waterproof bags to protect important items

~ T-shirts / shirts with sleeves

~ Long sleeve t-shirts / shirts / long pants

~ At least 1 set of light weight, fast drying clothes for the jungle

~ Good 100% waterproof raincoat / poncho

~ Hat / cap / head scarf for sun protection

~ Water bottle

~ Towel

~ Toiletries

~ Sun block lotion, sunscreen, after sun

~ Insect repellent (not citronella repellent, please invest in DEET)

~ Personal medication / medicines: Anti-histamines, basic first aid kit, diarrhoea medication, anti-inflammatory for ear, nose and throat problems, antibiotics, as recommended by your doctor

~ Flip-flops/sandals

~ Good walking shoes / boots and socks (flip flops and sandals are not allowed in the jungle or at work)

You might also want to bring......

~ Contact lenses (glasses sometimes steam up in heavy rain)
~ Games / books / iPods to keep yourself occupied during personal time
~ Wellington / gum boots.  Work in Sabah is best carried out in wellington boots for Health and Safety reasons and the wet and muddy terrain we would be working in.  You can borrow what the project site has or bring your own and leave them behind at the end of your programme.  If your feet are size 10 or above you will need to bring a pair of wellington boots as larger sizes are not available in Malaysia.  Size 10 and below are available in local shops.   
~ Washing detergent for clothes; though this can be purchased on your way to the project site (you may have to wash your own clothes with cold water)
~ Camcorder / Camera with good zoom lens to film wildlife.
~ Camera, memory cards and batteries
~ Plastic hooks that are handy to hang things on
~ Sun glasses
~ Diary or note book
~ Torchlight
~ Binoculars
~ A small mirror (for sorting out your hair!)

Shopping Locally

Most items are available in Malaysia at comparative prices.  Make your purchases on arrival day in Sandakan if you arrive early.   You can get almost anything from the hundreds of little shops and large shopping malls dotted all around Kuala Lumpur but only limited items on Sandakan.  Credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs are abundant in Kuala Lumpur but may be more limited in Sandakan.

Shops in Sandakan carry limited items of western food and necessities.  Cash is the preferred mode of transaction in small shops and some do not accept credit cards.  Shops in the village carry extremely limited items and will only accept cash.

You can get the following items in Sandakan – not readily available in the village and certainly not in the jungle!

~ Washing detergent ~ Toiletries e.g. shampoo, shower gel, conditioners etc (same price as UK)~ Malaysian SIM cards and International phone cards ~ Cheap raincoats/ ponchos / umbrellas~ Cheap T-shirts and pants for working, covered shoes and flip-flops ~ Snacks – familiar ones such as Nestle, Cadbury and Hershey products, plus many kinds of locally produced crisps, biscuits and sweets~ Wellington boots!

The Gift of Knowledge

Participants may encounter and meet children in their daily lives living on site.  ApeMalaysia is working on the setting up of a library for rural schools and its community.  Good English / Malay books to stock their newly set up library would be welcomed.  The students are aged between six and twelve years old.  We would appreciate donations of any books suitable for primary school aged children.  Particularly useful would be story books and books about animals and wildlife! 

The school project involves interaction with children.  Participants are generous and their friends also support by contributing school supplies.  To prevent the children from expecting gifts, we recommend such items be carefully considered for project use and only selected items as prizes / incentives to encourage student participation.  Previous participants have left crayons, paints and coloured papers under the care of WOX, for use during the education session.  These supplies are used up very quickly and we encourage you to complement these to ensure long term positive outcomes for the education programme. 

Please communicate with us if you are unsure of what kind of books / stationery to bring.


Calling a Malaysian number from WITHIN Malaysia

Calling a Malaysian number from another country

03-7724 2272
Do not dial ‘03’ if calling from Kuala Lumpur or Selangor

+60-3-7724 2272

019-385 8272

+60-19-385 8272

019-2677 864

+60-19-2677 864

013-558 0111

+60-13-558 0111

019-899 4398

+60-19-899 4398



Accommodation and Packages to North Sabah ~ Sandakan, Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, Gomantong Cave, Selingan Turtle Island , Lankayan Island , Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, Sukau Area , Danum Valley , Tabin Wildlife Reserve & Lahad Datu

Trips & Packages :

Day Trips

Sepilok OrangUtan Rehabilitation Centre
| 1/2 Day Sepilok OrangUtan Rehabilitation Centre Tour | Full Day Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre & Safari River Cruise Trip |

Guomantong Cave
Bilit Rainforest Lodge ~ | Full Day to Gomantong Cave & Bilit River Cruise |

Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Tabin Wildlife Resort ~ | Tabin Wildlife Mud Volcano |

Overnight Trips

Kinabatangan / Sukau Wildlife Sanctuary
Barefoot Sukau Lodge ~ | 1 Day 1 Night Package | 2 Days 2 Nights Package |

Bilit Rainforest Lodge ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Sepilok Orang Utan / Bilit / Gomantong Cave / City Trip |

Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Sandakan Safari Trip |

Nature Lodge Kinabatangan ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Nature Lodge Kinabatangan |

Kinabatangan Jungle Camp ~ | 1 day 1 night Package Tour |

Myne Resort ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Gomantong / Bilit / Sepilok / City Tour |

Sukau Proboscis Lodge ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Sukau Proboscis Lodge Bukit Melapi Package|

Sukau Rainforest Lodge ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Kinabatangan Wildlife Safari Trip |

Sukau River Lodge ~ | 2 days 1 night Sukau / Kinabatangan River / Sepilok Tour |

Abai Village / Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary

Kinabatangan Wetlands Resort ~ | 2 Day 1 Night “Discover the wild side of Lower Kinabatangan” Package |

Selingan Turtle Island
Selingan Island Chalets ~ | 1 Day 1 Night Selingan Island Tour | 2 Days 1 Night Selingan Island And Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Tour |

Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Tabin Wildlife Resort ~ | 2 Days 1 Night Tabin Wildlife Encounter |

3 Days 2 Nights Packages

Kinabatangan / Sukau Wildlife Sanctuary
Bilit Rainforest Lodge ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights Gomantong Cave / Bilit / Ox-bow lake / Bilit / City tour | 3 Days 2 Nights Turtle Island/Sepilok Orang Utan Centre/Bilit/Gomantong cave/City Tour |

Borneo Nature Lodge ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights Borneo Nature Lodge Package |

Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge ~ | Sandakan Safari Extravaganza Package | Sukau Wildlife Safari Package |

Myne Resort ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights Safari Adventure | 3 Days 2 Nights Venture Bilit Trip |

Sukau Proboscis Lodge ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights Sukau Proboscis Lodge Bukit Melapi Package|

Sukau Rainforest Lodge ~ | Kinabatangan Wildlife Safari Package |

Sukau River Lodge ~ | 3 days 2 nights Sukau / Kinabatangan River / Sepilok Tour | 3 days 2 nights Selingan / Kinabatangan River / Sepilok Tour | 3 days 2 nights Selingan / Libaran / Sepilok Tour |

Abai Village / Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary
Abai Jungle Lodge ~ | Abai & Sukau Trip | Abai with a Local Touch Package | Abai Jungle Lodge Package | 3 Days 2 Nights Selingan Island & Abai Trip |

Kinabatangan Wetlands Resort ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights “Discover the wild side of Lower Kinabatangan” Package |

Danum Valley
Borneo Rainforest Lodge ~ | 3 days 2 nights Borneo Rainforest Explorer |

Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Tabin Wildlife Resort ~ | 3 Days 2 Nights - Tabin Wildlife Observation and Nature |

4 Days 3 Nights Packages

Kinabatangan / Sukau Wildlife Sanctuary
Bilit Rainforest Lodge ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Sepilok Orang Utan Centre/Bilit/Oxbow lake/Gomantong cave /City Tour/Sabah Hotel | 4 Days 3 Nights Turtle Island/Sepilok Orang Utan Centre/Bilit/Oxbow Lake/Gomantong Cave/City Tour |

Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Sandakan Safari Adventure | 4 Days 3 Nights Sukau & Abai Package | 4 Days 3 Nights Selingan Island, Sukau & Abai Package | 4 Days 3 Nights Abai & Sukau Package |

Abai Jungle Lodge ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Selingan Island & Abai |

Myne Resort ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Borneo Extravaganza |

Sukau Rainforest Lodge ~ 4 Days 3 Nights Selingan Turtle Island, Sepilok OrangUtan & Kinabatangan River Safari | 4 Days 3 Nights Orang Utan Search |

Sukau River Lodge ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Selingan Turtle Island/ Sukau/Kinabatangan River/ Sepilok Orang Utan Centre Tour | 4 Days 3 Nights Selingan / Libaran / Gomantong / Sukau / Sepilok Tour |

Danum Valley
Borneo Rainforest Lodge ~ | 4 days 3 nights Borneo Rainforest Package |

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Tabin Wildlife Resort ~ | 4 Days 3 Nights Birding at Tabin Package | 4 Days 3 Nights Overnight at Mud Volcano Package |

5 Days 4 Nights Packages

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary

Bilit Rainforest Lodge ~ | 5 Days 4 Nights Turtle Island / Sepilok Orang Utan / Bilit / Ox-bow / Gomantong / City Tour / Sabah Hotel Package |

Sukau River Lodge ~ | 5 Days 4 Nights Wildlife of Borneo |

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Danum Valley
Sukau Rainforest Lodge & Borneo Rainforest Lodge ~ | Kinabatangan Safari, Gomantong Cave & Danum Valley Rainforest Package |

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Abai Village
Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge ~ | 5 Days / 4 Nights Bird Watching at Sukau & Abai | 5 Days 4 Nights Sandakan Borneo's Wildlife Package |

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Sukau Rainforest Lodge & Borneo Rainforest Lodge ~ | 5 Days 4 Nights Sukau -Tabin Wildlife Experience Package |

6 Days 5 Nights Packages

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Abai Village
Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge & Abai Jungle Lodge ~ | 6 Days 5 Nights Sandakan Discovery Package |

Around Sabah Tour

| Drive Around Borneo in 10 Days | Borneo's Big 5 in 10 Days | Journey through Borneo Rainforests |

Bird Watching Tours

| 14 days 13 nights Birding in Borneo | 5 Days / 4 Nights Bird Watching at Sukau & Abai |

Volunteer / Student Programmes

| 5 Days Borneo Orangutan and Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Experience | 5 Day Wild@Heart Conservation Student Programme | 7 Days 6 Nights Borneo Orangutan and Pygmy Elephant Experience for Families | 12 Days Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Adventure | 26 Days Zoo, Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Adventure |

Dive Trips

| Lankayan Dive Packages |

Combination Trips

| 10 Days 9 Nights Sabah Nature & Sipadan Dive Trip | 10 Days 9 Nights Kinabalu, Sandakan Wildlife & Kapalai Dive Trip | 9 Days 8 Nights Mount Kinabalu Climb and Sukau Wildlife Adventure | 7 Days 6 Nights Kota Kinabalu & Sandakan Wildlife Adventure | 6 Days 5 Nights Sandakan Wildlife Adventure & Lankayan Island Trip |

Accommodation :

Sandakan Town

| 2 Inn 1 Boutique Hotel & Spa | Best Western Hotel & Serviced Apartments | Borneo Cove Hotel | Central Hotel Sandakan | Hotel City Star | Four Points By Sheraton Sandakan | Hsiang Garden Hotel | Hotel Kensington | Labuk Hotel | The Mark's Lodge | Nak Hotel | The Pavilion Hotel | Hotel Sandakan | Sanbay Hotel | Sabah Hotel | Hotel Tyng Garden | Swiss Inn Waterfront |

Sepilok Nature Reserve area

| Paganakan Dii Tropical Retreat | Sepilok Nature Resort | Sepilok Forest Edge Resort |

Kinabatangan River

Sukau Area | Balai Kilo Homestay |

Bilit Area | Bilit Kinabatangan Heritage Bed & Breakfast |

Batu Puteh | Misowalai Homestay |

Lahad Datu

| Asia Hotel | De Leon Hotel | Executive Hotel | Felda Residence Sahabat | Kingston Hotel Grace | My Inn | Royal Palms Hotel & Spa | Silam Dynasty |

Accommodation in other areas of Sabah:


| Heritage Hotel | Belmont Marco Polo | Promenade Hotel


| Seafest Hotel | Singamata Adventure Semporna |


| Sipadan Water Village Resort | Sipadan Mabul Resort | Borneo Divers Mabul Island Resort | Seaventure Platform | Mabul Water Bungalows |


| Sipadan Kapalai Dive Resort |


| Reef Dive Resort |

Kota Kinabalu

5 Star Hotels | Hyatt Regency | Le Meridien Hotel | Novotel 1 Borneo |

4 Star Hotels | Beverly Hotel | Jesselton Hotel | Grand Borneo Kota Kinabalu | Promenade Hotel |

3 Star Hotels | Celyn Hotel Warisan Square | Celyn Hotel City Mall | Cititel Express | Courtyard Hotel | Hotel Sixty3 | Kinabalu Daya Hotel | Imperial Boutec | Imperial International Hotel | Le Hotel | Manja Hotel | Palace Hotel | Hotel Shangri-La | Tang Dynasty | The Klagan Hotel |

Motels | D'Borneo Hotel | First Century Hotel | Crown Borneo Hotel |

Budget Inns & Homestays | Akinabalu Youth Hostel | Borneo Adventure Centre & Lodge | Borneo Backpackers | Borneo Global Backpackers | Buddy Backpackers Home | Lucy's Homestay | Lyn's Lodge Bed and Breakfast | North Borneo Cabin | Planet Kinabalu | Trekker's Lodge | Xplorer's Backpackers |

Beach Resorts | Tanjung Aru ~ Megah D'Aru Hotel | Shangri La's Tanjung Aru Resort | Tuaran ~ Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort | Tuaran Beach Resort | Kinarut, Papar ~ Beringgis Beach Resort | Langkah Syabas Beach Resort | Kota Kinabalu ~ Nexus Karambunai Resort | Sutera Harbour Resort - Magellan Sutera | Sutera Harbour Resort - Pacific Sutera |

Service Apartments | Colonnades Condominium | Likas Square Condotel | Marina Court Resort Condominium | Promenade Apartments | Sabah Apartment |

Island Resorts | Gaya ~| Bunga Raya Island Resort | Gayana Eco Resort | Mantanani Besar ~ Mari Mari Backpackers Lodge | Pulau Tiga ~ Pulau Tiga Resort (Survivor Island) |

Kinabalu Park | Lodges at Kinabalu Park | Cabins at Laban Rata | Lodges at Mesilau Nature Resort | Kinabalu Park & Poring Hotsprings Package | Kinabalu Park & Surrounding Day Tours |

Outside Kinabalu Park | Celyn Resort Kinabalu | D'villa Rina Ria Lodge | Kinabalu Pines Resort | Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa | Zen Garden Resort |

Trips & Packages in other areas of Sabah :

Kota Kinabalu & Outskirts Day And Overnight Trips

Day Trips | Kota Kinabalu City Tour | Kinabalu City By Night | Monsopiad Cultural Village | Kota Belud Sunday Market | Kudat Rungus Longhouse | Manukan & Sapi Island Hopping | Kinabalu National Park | Poring Hot Spring | Kinabalu National Park & Poring Hot Spring | Overnight Trips | Kinabalu National Park & Poring Hot Spring (2 days 1 night) | Rungus Longhouse Cultural Trip (2 days 1 night)|

Outdoor Sporting & Nature Activities

| Garama Wetland Cruise | White Water Rafting Day Trips at Padas or Kiulu | Tambunan Rafflesia Rainforest Tour |

Mountain Climbing

| Mount Kinabalu/Kinabalu Park Packages | Mount Kinabalu Via Ferrata | Mount Kinabalu Climb and Walk The Torq Via Ferrata | Mount Kinabalu Climb and Low's Peak Circuit Tour | Mount Trusmadi Climb |

Combination Trips

| 10 Days 9 Nights Sabah Nature & Sipadan Dive Trip | 10 Days 9 Nights Kinabalu , Sandakan Wildlife & Kapalai Dive Trip | 9 Days 8 Nights Mount Kinabalu Climb and Sukau Wildlife Adventure | 7 Days 6 Nights Kota Kinabalu & Sandakan Trip, Sabah | 7 Days 6 Nights Kota Kinabalu & Sandakan Wildlife Adventure | 6 Days 5 Nights Sandakan Wildlife Adventure & Lankayan Island Trip |


Malaysia Rainforests, Sanctuaries and Parks

Peninsula Malaysia - Rainforests, Sanctuaries and Parks


| Bota Kanan River Terrapin Wildlife Conservation Centre | Royal Belum State Park | Sungkai Sambar Deer and Pheasant Wildlife Reserve | Temenggor Forest Reserve |


| Endau-Rompin National Park |


| Taman Negara - Kuala Tahan | Jenderak Seladang Sanctuary | Kenong Rimba Reserve | Kuala Gandah Elephant Centre | Taman Negara - Merapoh | Tasik Chini Trek |


| Kuala Selangor Fireflies | Kuala Selangor Nature Park | Sungai Dusun Rhino Sanctuary |


| Langkawi Mangrove Swamps | The Datai, Langkawi | Ulu Muda Reserve |

Negri Sembilan

| Ulu Bendol Reserve | Berembun Forest Reserve | Gua Batu Maloi Forest Reserve |

Sabah and Sarawak - Borneo Rainforest, Sanctuaries and Parks


| Semengoh Wildlife/Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre | Bako National Park | Niah National Park | Kayakking in Kuching | Kayakking with Dolphins | Borneo Highlands Kayaking and Semengoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre Adventure Trip | Mulu National Park | Tenyok Rimba |


| Tabin Wildlife Reserve | Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre | Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Sukau | Gomantong Cave |


Short Adventure & Nature Trips

Peninsular Malaysia

Water Activities


| White Water Rafting at Gopeng and Caving at Gua Tempurung |


| White Water Rafting at Sungai Selangor | Abseiling and Tubing at Sungai Selangor |

Camping Trips


| Taman Negara Inner Jungle Trip (Trekking) | Kenong Rimba Camping |


| Endau National Park Camping |


| Trans Gopeng - Cameron Highlands Camping & Trekking | Ulu Geroh Rafflesia Trek & Rafting Trip |

Trekking Trips


| Jungle Trekking in Langkawi's Treasured Rainforest | Trekking For Families with Kids in Langkawi |

Nature & Countryside Trips


| Kuala Selangor Fireflies | Kuala Gandah Elephant Centre |

Birdwatching Trips


| Birdwatching in Langkawi |

Nature Photography Trips


| Escorted Nature & Wildlife Photography Trip in Langkawi |

River Kayakking Courses


| River Kayakking Basic Course at Sungai Selangor |

Combination Trips

Nature/ Highland/ Island

| 7 Days 6 Nights Malaysia Nature & Island Trip | 9 Days 8 Nights Malaysia Highland, Nature & Island Trip |

Borneo ~ Sabah & Sarawak

Water Activities


| White Water Rafting Day Trips |


| Kayakking in Kuching | River Cruise with Dolphins | Borneo Highlands Kayaking and Semengoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre Adventure Trip | Kuching Caving Adventure | The Kuching Tringgus Trail (Landrover Adventure) | The Bau Gold Mining History Trail |

Mountain Climbing


| Mount Kinabalu Climb |


| Mulu Pinnacles Climb | Mount Trusmadi Climb |

Birdwatching Trips


| Birding in Sabah,Borneo |

Nature & Countryside Trips


| Garama Wetland Cruise |