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The Rasa Ria Nature Reserve was established by Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa, Kota Kinabalu in collaboration with the State Wildlife Department of Sabah. This protected ecological space aims to facilitate rehabilitation programmes for...more
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I went to Borneo desperate to see orangutans (not in a zoo!). We were staying in Kota Kinabalu and the main sanctuary is in Sepilok which is about a 6hour drive away so not really something we wanted to do. We decided to come to...More
My family really enjoyed the viewing of the orang a tangs, the day we visited two came into the feeding platform the older one would not let the younger one down from the canopy to the feeding platform eventual the younger one outsmarted the older...More
Not a fan of zoos so it was lovely to see these animals in a much more natural environment. This nature reserve is also serving a worthy cause. Orangutans were very playful on the day we visited (saw 2 out of the 4). One was...More
The Nature Reserve at Rasa Ria operates in conjunction with the world renown Orang U Tan Sanctuary at Sepilok, near Sandakan. The eventual aim is to return rehabilitated young, orphaned, Orang U Tan to the wild. There is also a diverse animal population in the...More
The whole family really enjoyed this trip to see orangoutangs in their native environment. There was an educational piece to this as well, and we came away knowing a little more, having an appreciation and understanding for these lovely animals.
This is a kind of feeder centre for the more well-known Sepilok facility near Sandakan, so not just an entertainment for tourists; it does serve a serious purpose in rehabilitating orang utans prior to their eventual (hopeful) re-introduction to the wild.
And of course it's...More
We took a trip to the Rasa Ria resort to see the Orangutans at the nature reserve. This is an excellent option if you dont fancy heading to Sepilok. The orangutans are living free in the reserve though sometimes there are also younger ones that...More
The nature reserve was fantastic. We visited the Orang Utans, did the canopy walk (which was a disappointment) and went on a nocturnal nature watch. The nature watch was made really special but our guide Leslie. He had so much passion for his job and...More