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Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave)

Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave)

By Travel Yamu Experience at Malaysia
Discover the Orang Utan by a boat ride to the Island. Get a close look at these endangered species and learn magnificent facts about them. Orang Utan Island is geared to serve as a temporary holding facility for those orangutans rescued from illegal possession and or trade before being returned to their natural habitat. This tour also include free visit to the famous Perak Tong Cave Temple. Highlights: • Visit Bukit Merah Orangutan Island Foundation in a day • Fascinating firsthand experience of Malaysian orangutans • Experts reveal the lives & behaviors of the smart creatures • Chance to capture photos of playful apes swinging in trees • Free visit to the Perak Tong Cave Temple • Hassle-free pickup and drop-off from your Kuala Lumpur hotel
RM 563.65
per adult (price varies by group size)
Lowest price guaranteeReserve now & pay laterFree cancellation

Ages 2-99
Duration: 8h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket

  • Orang Utan Island Admission fee
  • Boat trip (to/from Orang Utan Island)
  • optional
  • Entry/Admission - Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island Foundation
What's not included
  • Any sites donations
  • Personal expanses & insurance

Departure details
  • Traveller pickup is offered.
  • Free hotel pick up & drop off from your hotel located at Kuala Lumpur City Centre (1km radius from KLCC). An additional surcharge for hotel pickup outside 1km radius from the city centre is applicable and payable on the day of your activity.
  • Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 137201P67

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not recommended for travellers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travellers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Walking is involved. Thus, comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • The weather in Malaysia can be hot and humid, so wear light, breathable clothing. Cap, hat or shades also recommended.
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Which attractions will I visit with Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave)?
How much is Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave)?
Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) price starts from RM 548.81. Discover and book Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) on Tripadvisor
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Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) on Tripadvisor
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Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) is hosted by Travel Yamu Experience at Malaysia. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Travel Yamu Experience at Malaysia on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) on Tripadvisor

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 137201P67

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  • You'll get picked up
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  • 1
    Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island Foundation
    Stop: 2 hours - Admission included
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  • 2
    Perak Tong Cave Temple
    Stop: 60 minutes
    See details
  • You'll return to the starting point
About the operator
Travel Yamu Experience at Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Joined in April 2019

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  • cmkolle
    Well worth it!
    Absolutely wonderful day. Well paced and good variety of places. Our guide INDRAN arrived right on time and was excellent throughout and let us go at our own pace and take our time. He varied the itinerary by starting with the springs, waterfall and then caves, followed by a scrumptious Indian lunch before heading to the batik, watch and pewter factories. This flowed very well and helped us avoid the hottest time of the day. Would thoroughly recommend this to any visitor to KL. Just remember to take water, although you can buy at the waterfall as well as the caves, and watch out for the monkeys (even at the waterfall we saw one steal someone’s unattended bag.
  • LisaJ951
    Amazing private tour to Batu Caves and more
    My friend and I did a private tour with INDRAN to the hot springs, Batu Caves, Batik store, watches and jewellery store and pewter factory. It was a wonderful day full of lots of great memories. Indran was an excellent guide and so accommodating to our requests. I would highly recommend this tour for anyone travelling to KL.
  • jannene123
    Batu caves, hot springs and waterfall
    Mr Raja arrived on time and was really friendly and informative. He gave us lots of information about the local area and made the trip fun and interesting. The Batu caves are amazing and well worth the 270 step climb ! The hot springs were extremely hot ! And we loved swimming in the waterfall. Thankyou Mr Raja for a great day. Would highly recommend.
  • David R
    David R
    KLCC Symphony of Lughts
    Prompt tour guide. Very informative on KL knowledge and sights we were taken too. Easy friendly driver. Gave us a lot of extra info on other tours which we did also thanks to him. Wasn’t rushed at any stop. Worth the money.
  • Lozzac96
    Amazing tour with a fantastic driver.
    We had an amazing trip with our driver Aris who was full of interesting info! We went to the pewter museum (which is so worth it and was fantastic!), then to a fabric dyeing place before heading to the Batu caves. The hot springs, waterfalls and lunch were also fantastic! If you are debating booking this - do!
  • 569tricias
    Great trip highly recommended
    The day was wonderful - Enjoyed all the visits and immersing ourselves in a true Malaysian Experience. Our wonderful driver and tour guide encouraged us to engage in the full experience
  • whosthatgiiiirl
    Great tour
    We had a lot of fun on the tour. We stopped at the pewter museum, then the batik coloring place, Batu Caves, hot springs and the waterfalls. Everything was super cool. After the stops we got some great food. Our driver Raja was very nice and happy. He made sure that we feel comfortable and happy.
  • Jacob L
    Jacob L
    Worthwhile private tour, batu caves are the star
    Helpful guide takes you on a private tour to a 3/4s day adventure. Hot springs are low key and too hot to swim in, only good for soaking feet. The falls are gorgeous and quite private. Those who can hike a bit will be rewarded with extra falls. The Batu caves are simply stunning. Plenty of monkeys and multiple temples to enjoy. Some of the other temples do have additional fees. The Batik shop is just some store. Cute, and they have a little demonstration and explanation. The Pewter museum is also a fun little diversion.
  • KennethAdvanture
    I like it !
    Long Long Walk...This is place mostly for kids and young family, or elderly whose like to game...or lose money.
  • CarolineMSmith
    A good day but guide annoying!
    Great trip- albeit expect to drop in on some local attractions (pewter factory!) which weren’t expected. Caves are good- women need to have knees covered. Caves and waterfalls amazing- thermal spas different experience and kids didn’t enjoy but only there minutes so wasn’t an issue. Food was questionable but expected than. our guide was nice but started to lecture kids about what they needed to do in future life (aged 13!) which wasn’t great. Asked questioned but didn’t listen and just spoke at us which became annoying! Didn’t spoil the day though.
  • Jo-Anne M
    Jo-Anne M
    Family Day Trip
    We thoroughly enjoyed our tour, Fauzi our guide was very knowledgeable, spoke great English and gave us the time we wanted at each stop, at no time did we feel rushed. The Batu caves were really interesting to see, busy but not too much so. We then went on to the batik and pewter centres, again both were very interesting, with absolutely no pressure to buy anything (something we've encountered a lot in other countries). Lunch was at a local restaurant and was very tasty and plentiful, we couldn't eat it all. Fauzi checked we were happy with everything and if we needed any more. After lunch we visited the hot springs, unfortunately they were way too hot for us, but interesting all the same. The final stop was the waterfalls, much cooler to paddle our feet in. Again they were busy, but this added to our enjoyment of the trip, especially a monkey stealing someones bag of crisps! The whole trip lasted approx 7 hours and we were well looked aftwr throughout.
  • minimud
    Underwhelming - perhaps I just had the wrong driver for this one
    Tour driver whilst friendly and knowledgable I don't recall seeing any Malay villages or visiting any chocolate shops - I got the sense that the driver didn't really know what was suppose to be in the tour list of activities. We did however fill up the 6 hours and he was happy to help take photos and videos when asked. Car was comfortable and clean and aircon in-between spots was a definite blessing. However .... driver actually missed 2 x turn offs and a bit of time was wasted needing him to re-navigate back on track. His driving was also less than desirable - travelling 60 km/hr on the highway at a few times (perhaps pondering if he needed to take the next turn off but missing it anyway), driving across 2 lanes (ie in the middle), leaving indicator on for extended periods of time and at one time I even needed to say "NO" that is a one way street... The locals had to quickly tell me that one of the hot springs were "no feet" as the driver did not seem to know this either. Other knowledge about the springs were interesting and insightful though. Lunch seemed unplanned as to where we would actually go, but where we went was actually great.
  • marionhay
    Batu Caves and more
    Had a great half day tour to the Batu Caves, waterfalls, hot springs and also visited the Royal Sekangor Pewter factory and the batik making area. So interesting. The Batu Caves were definitely the highlight. I surprised myself by easily making the steps although it was extremely hot. The whole tour was great from start to finish. I was particularly happy with my guide Rajan who was very informative on Malaysian history and current affairs. As I was traveling alone he helped by taking many photos and sending them to be after the tour. He also gave me ideas on other places to visit in Kuala Lumpur. Such a nice man and I would recommend Rajan as a guide.
  • Escape784201
    Sightseeing with a local is best !
    It was great to have a local tour take us through the city and visit a local hot springs and waterfall. Then, we went to Batu Caves which was also amazing to experience . My kids had a lot of fun with the monkeys at the waterfall and at the temple . We took amazing pictures . We also had a chance to eat like a local with the help of Khanan. He was very informative and friendly . We loved the experience and are very grateful to have him tour us around KL.
  • Y6341XSchrisg
    Great personal tour
    Very good personal tour in private car with lots of commentary and information about Malaysia. Nice to see a bit of the real KL, with traditional food for lunch. Would recommend.
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Perak Orang Utan Island from Kuala Lumpur (with Tong Cave) provided by Travel Yamu Experience at Malaysia