The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary which is also called the Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary is a remarkable and adventurous travelling spot for tourists, and is located around 150 km from Kuala Lumpur, approximately 2 hour’s drive. The elephant sanctuary is managed by the Malaysian Department of Wildlife and National Parks, while the sanctuary provides you an amazing opportunity for conservation and feeding the elephants in a total natural atmosphere all around. Are you looking to exhilarate yourself by watching the tropical rainforest views during your drive to the elephant sanctuary or want to explore the beautiful Batu Caves? So visit this spectacular place which will satisfy your travelling desires and will make your trip to Malaysia awesome.
During your journey to Kuala Gandah elephant sanctuary Kuala Lumpur., it will be quite pretty to see different things and met with the local peoples who lives here. You can experience here the local lifestyles and culture of the nomads, also visit one of the world’s largest firefly colonies located in Kuala Selangor and eat the delicious seafood of this region. At Kuala Gandah center, you will observe that how elegantly these Asian elephants are rescued by giving them a proper healthy environment for the preservation of these beautiful creatures. There are many teams of wildlife experts who have many expertise in taking care of these fascinating animals and you can take a proper guide from them, that how to deal with these animals to gain a lovely and memorable experience.
The opening hours of the center are from 9 am to 4:45 pm, and if river conditions are favorable then you have a splendid opportunity to interact with baby elephants, as you can get closer to them for feeding and bathe. The elephant sanctuary is a wonderful place for kids, and if you are travelling with you kids then this will be a breathtaking moment for them and their memories will became indelible after doing such a unique activity. Others visiting spots includes; Batu Caves, which is a prominent place for Hindus as they worship in the caves from centuries and there is also a 272 steps high peak from where you can view the dazzling Kuala Lumpur.