To all animal lovers, this is the best places to bring your family to interactive with the biggest mammals on the land, the Elephant. Malaysia Elephant Sanctuary located in Kuala Gandah, about 110 km from Kuala Lumpur or 11/2 hour driving thru East Coast Highway, thru out the journey to the sanctuary traveler will see the magnificent Malaysia landscape from tallest skyscraper to “Che Wong” aboriginal people village.
Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is fully managed by Malaysia the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP). The main objective is to locating, subduing and trans location the Elephant to the other areas such Taman Negara when their encounter conflict with human where their habitat encroached by plantations or other human development.
Besides relocating, Malaysia Elephant Sanctuary also become a homes for several orphans Elephant, the centre looks after the orphaned Elephant to ensure their continued survival, another objective is to promote awareness among the public of the elephants plight in Malaysia and to support research into elephants trans location and conversations. Visitors are welcomed throughout the year to ride the Elephants within the centre, help wash them in the nearby river and participate in feeding them.
Visitor required registering at registration office in order to participle in the activity, only 100 visitor will be given a yellow sticker or you can get sticker for free by playing at https://my.acebet99.com/my-home/, yellow sticker will allow visitor to ride and bathing with the Elephants, this is to avoid stress to the Elephant.
Entrance to Kuala Gandah Elephants Sanctuary is free but visitor are encourage to make sincere donation to help the centre provided the better facility to the Elephant and visitor. For more information how you can help this sanctuary please visit my.acebet99.com
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