Sunday, December 4, 2011

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Kota Kinabalu

Love animals? Wildlife
Lok Kawi Wildlife Park is the place!






First and foremost, we need to get our car's tyres pressure done first before we head down for some wildlife right? muahahah =P



and spotted this! =S

cannot accept it...just CANNOT =/
sorry Hello Kitty's fans

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park!

 
So get your tickets and ready to rumble with the animals yo!


so we are given a map around the place


First animal that we see, Clouded Leopard



Deer, not your DEAR k? =P




Elephants



Guess what, we were lucky enough to get the chance to feed the elephants!
btw, they are one greedy elephants! arrghh!




Honey Bear
and yes, they are known as Honey Bear....they love honey or not? I don't know...u go ask them ok? haha


my friend, the poser....LMAO


Tiger, Harimau...tau?




I love this picture below =)






Orang Utan
 






Orang Utan on the loose
LOL


While walking around, we saw this place called "Jungle World"
2 words, DON'T GO....dont ask...it was stupid...nothing up there...arghhh

the only thing u get to see up there is....
this...and this....

stupid right? =/


The famous monkey in Sabah...

Proboscis Monkey
sorry picture is a bit small =/





I can't remember what do you call this mon


Pony

and the stupid pony decided to show me his ass instead...arghh
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Bull



Cow

Ostridge


Otter


Check out how does the Wildlife Park looks like around while u're walking =)



TariffsLok Kawi Wildlife Park is open for the public daily from 9.30a.m to 5.30p.m. Entrance fees charged are as follows: adults RM10 (Malaysian) and RM20 (non-Malaysian).

Getting ThereThe journey to Lok Kawi Wildlife Park takes 30 minutes to an hour’s drive from Kota Kinabalu, the estimated distance is 20 kilometers. For transportation, visitors can either drive or take a taxi from the city centre.

Taxi fare per way is RM25 to RM30. Please arrange with the taxi driver regarding the drop off and/ or return point.

Further Information:For more information, please contact the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park at telephone number 088-765793, or 088-765710. Alternatively, visitors can fax to 088-765762.





Woots!
Do check it out!
=)

2 comments:

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

haha, haven't seen live animals other than cat, dog, bird for quite some time. XD

Tekkaus said...

Wow....can be so close with the tiger. I bet the glasses is bullet-proof. :D