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Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp Activities Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo With five different types of floodplain forest, 208 species of birds, 10 primate  species, orang-utan, gibbon, clouded leopard, otters, sun-bears, flying  lizards, and a plethora of other wildlife Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp offers  a great platform for wildlife observation in a number of unique habitats.   TREC’s facilities include four main lakeside observation platforms for  wildlife and bird watching, more than 18km of trails, tree hides, and swamp  forest board-walks, plus ten live-in observation platforms called “jungle-  platforms”.   Local village nature guides are on standby to look after visitors and arrange  nature interpretation activities and wildlife observation activities.  Regular organised activities include river trips, cave visits, nature walks,  specialist wildlife and bird observation, and forest conservation activities  such as seed collecting and tree planting activities.   Special forest conservation or environmental education activities can be  arranged for students or families with children. Jungle trekking to satelite  camps to combine wildlife tracking or forest restoration work can also be  arranged from the Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp.   Daily wildlife observation river trips are organised at 6am and 4:30pm to  observe the Proboscis monkeys, Langgurs, Hornbills, Crocodiles, and other  primates that frequent the banks of the Kinabatangan River.    * For more information, or to arrange a stay contact KOPEL Office  
Activities Images Rates Early morning wildlife observation cruise can turn up multiple wildlife sightings, especially Proboscis Monkey and Hornbills, and the illusive White Crocodile Be amazed by the tree that starts its life at the top of the jungle and grows downwards before eventually strangling its host These amazing creatures are abundant along the Kinabatangan River near Batu Puteh, book an early morning or late afternoon river cruise to see up to five primate species and many more amazing birds
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