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We stayed 2 nights here as part of an organised trip and we weren't disappointed.
You are in the middle of the rainforest on the edge of the river.
The rooms are large, have 2 decent beds, good a/c, tea and coffee making facilities and...More
room was sparce, but clean with private bathroom. good food. great staff. beer for sale :) went on 2 river safaris, one in the late afternoon and one at 6am. saw monkeys - 3 kinds, crocs, birds. went on a jungle walk at night. very...More
We had an amazing trip to BRL we were very lucky to see lots of wildlife during our rivers cruises. The staff at the lodge are all lovely and are very helpful. The food is filling, noodles, rice, curries and other meat dishes. Cater for...More
We were like many others, on a Trailfinders organized holiday. his was our first stop after Sepilok. Our guide Rizwan was excellent and the riverboat safaris a joy. We saw hornbills, an orangutan, many probosis monkeys and macaques.
The food was of a really high...More
We arrived via our tour (with trail finders) and was greeted upon arrival by the manager who has owned/lived here for 9 years (Jimmy). All the staff were extremely friendly and we were even welcomed with a glass of orange juice.
The rooms are spacious...More
Hi Darryl. Bilit lodge is a few hours drive from Sepilok where the Orang u tang sanctuary is. If you want to stay near the Orang Sanctuary- try Sepilok Jungle Resort - we loved it. Bilit lodge (loved this place too) is on... More
Hi Darryl. Bilit lodge is a few hours drive from Sepilok where the Orang u tang sanctuary is. If you want to stay near the Orang Sanctuary- try Sepilok Jungle Resort - we loved it. Bilit lodge (loved this place too) is on the river and it does include the boat rides along (2 one at sunset - one at sunrise)the river to see birds, crocs, elephants, several kinds of monkeys. one of the guys does a night jungle walk - which you pay extra for - I think it was about $10 Aus. and you can buy beer :) and snacks at the lodge. the overnight fee includes your dinner and breakfast (which was good) don't expect 5 star at either place, there are 5 star places as well. up to you
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"request a cabin at the back where the monkeys come and play"