Kuala Gandah - The Elephant Sanctuary
Lanchang is a small village where you can find an elephant sanctuary named Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre or the Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary. The elephant sanctuary was established in 1989 within the Krau Wildlife Reserve, and is managed by the Malaysian Department of Wildlife and National Parks.
Here many orphaned elephants are raised and given shelter. Not long after tourists found out about the elephant shelter the town quickly evolved into a popular tourist attraction. Kuala Gandah (Lanchang) is probably the best place on Peninsular Malaysia to come face to face with an elephant.
|Departure from Kuala Lumpur|
|Proceed to Deeland Park (Everyday except Friday)|
*Only Friday, Proceed to Batu Cave,the biggest Hindu Temple in Malaysia and you may climb 272 steps for the limestone hill.*
|Proceed to Elephant Sanctuary|
|Arrive at Elephant Sanctuary|
- Registration, 30 min of Video Documentary show from National Geography
|Elephant Conservation Center:|
- Elephant Briefing & introduction by park ranger
- Hand Feeding Elephants & photograph session
- Elephant bathing activities is not a guaranteed tour as it is subject to river condition
|Arrival at Kuala Lumpur, Home Sweet Home.|
RM259 RM 220 per person