[30% Off] Perak: Entry to Orang Utan Island for 1 Person at Bukit Merah Laketown Resort for RM19.50 instead of RM28
- Get up close and personal with 28 free-roaming orang utans in their natural habitat.
- Walk through a 100m caged tunnel guided by park rangers.
- 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility surrounded by lush greenery.
- Fronted by 7,000-acre Malaysia’s largest freshwater lake, Bukit Merah.
- Children below 90cm enter for free.
- Redemption period: Jan 26, 2012 – Jun 30, 2012.
- Valid: 9am – 6pm daily (including public holidays).
- May buy and use many.
- Senior citizens aged 55 and above may purchase this Groupon or pay RM13 (senior citizen rate) for their entrance at the resort.
- Last boat departs to the Orang Utan Island at 5pm and departs from the island at 5.30pm.
- Trips are subject to weather suitability.
- Valid at Bukit Merah Laketown Resort (05-890 8888).
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
In 633 BC, simians and humans severed familial bonds, unable to reconcile differences in hygiene, diet and quantum mechanical descriptions of physical reality. Reconnect with distant relatives using today’s Groupon: for RM19.50, you get an entrance to Orang Utan Island worth RM28 at Bukit Merah Laketown Resort in Perak.
28 orang utans congregate in lush, green and natural habitats,
observing weary humans as they eat peanuts, juggle cameras and clap on cue from
inside 100-metre steel tunnel enclosures. Located within the 7,000-acre Bukit
Merah Lake, the rehabilitation and conservation area is the first of its kind
in the world to protect endangered species. Tour guides are ever present as
they lead primates amidst their kind from the infant care unit to the mini
theatre and souvenir shop, where upright individuals pause to reflect on
evolution and ill-advised wedge heels. Hop onto ferries to the Orang Utan Island
available every 45 minutes from 9am, upon which visitors may return as late as
the last trip back at 5.30pm.
Check out our deals for entrance tickets to Bukit Merah Laketown Resort Waterpark (RM27) and our deal for hotel stay (from RM160).
Visitors are not allowed to touch or feed the orang utans. All passengers will be given life jackets during ferry trips.Phone: 05-890 8888
The tour guide was extremely well-informed and the vet staff with the program were very friendly, but were firm about maintaining care protocols for the orangutans and politely refused the requests of some visitors who wanted to interact with the baby orangutans in the Nursery. The OrangUtan Island is definitely worth seeing, especially if you have school-aged children, as it is exceptionally educational.. – Jan 5, 2012
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