Lanchang, Pahang.

An Exciting Day at The Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre

Car

English

1 - 5 Travellers

It takes about 2 hours to travel by car through East Coast Expressway (Lebuh Raya Pantai Timur) from Kuala Lumpur and end up at Lanchang exit. The elephant sanctuary at Lanchang was established in 1989 in the Krau Wildlife Reserve, managed by the Malaysian Department of Wildlife and National Parks. This place which many orphaned elephants are raised and given shelter.

We are able to observe the young elephant roaming freely and feed them and having photography session. We shall also have the opportunities to feed, touch their trunks and having photographed with the adult elephant.

We also shall have the golden opportunity to bath with young elephants. We can absolutely have a truely wildlife explorer experience with the elephants in Malaysia within our handtouch!

Wildlife Explorer

Itinerary

Day 1 - 8:00

Meet up at meeting point. Then, travel to Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary.

Day 1 - 10:00

Day 1 - 10:00

Registration at the Conservation counter.

Day 1 - 10:30

Day 1 - 10:30

Observation of the young elephant.

Day 1 - 13:00

Day 1 - 13:00

Video show by Department of Wildlife and National Park.

Day 1 - 14:00

Day 1 - 14:00

Conservation talk from Mahout

Day 1 - 15:00

Day 1 - 15:00

Elephant Crossing.

Day 1 - 15:30

Day 1 - 15:30

Bathing with young elephant.

Day 1 - 16:30

Day 1 - 16:30

End of activities. Back to Kuala Lumpur.

Tour Conditions

Smart casual

Seasonal activity

Price Conditions

Transportation

Public or private transportation fares : taxi, bts, mrt, etc are included (Please estimate the cost of gasoline or vehicle rental fee, in case of using a private car)

Admission fee

Admission fee: Amusement park, gallery, shows, and etc are included

Price Conditions

Transportation

Admission fee

FAQ

Why this trip?

If you have been eager to see elephants up close and personal, a visit to the sanctuary is an absolute must.

Other than that, the sanctuary is to help and preserve the elephants in Malaysia which is listed as critically endangered species. Educating and creating the public awareness of the plight of the Malaysia elephants is an ongoing programme by our goverment. Thus, it will definitely be not only the chance to interact with the elephants but also a happy moment with your family and understanding the importance of animals conservation thoroughly.

I will guide you during the trip so that you can skip the tourism trap and I guarantee you an enjoyable trip whom I am here to guide you and be your closest friend in Malaysia!

Things to prepare for the trip

Extra clothes and towels.

Meeting Point

Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

How to get there

One of the easiest way to go to KLCC / Petronas Twin Towers from KL Sentral is by using the Rapid KL LRT Train (Kelana Jaya Line). This is the metro or subway train service for Kuala Lumpur. From KL Sentral, go to the Rapid KL LRT Platform to board the LRT train to the Gombak direction (not Kelana Jaya direction).

Or else, Taking a grab car is the easiest and fastest way to get to the meeting point.

Others

Guest(s)

1
Total
MYR 402.5 / Person
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