Lok Kawi Wildlife Park Zoo in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park zoo in Kota KinabaluA herd of elephants at the Lok Kawi Park ZooThe wildman of Borneo, the orang utan, also makes an appearance at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park ZooRing-tailed Lemurs, they say, do not like to move it, move. Maybe at the Lok Kawi Zoo they do!Not quite from Borneo, the zebra is just one of the out-of-town residents at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park ZooA gibbon having some fun on the island-enclosure at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Sabah, Malaysia

Opening Hours: 9:30am – 5:30pm daily

Adults: RM 10 (Malaysian) / RM20 (Non-Malaysian)

Phone: +60 88-765 793

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Where can you see wild animals in Sabah, Borneo?

The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park (zoo) is a collection of Borneo wildlife and animals from other parts of the world. It’s is one way to experience some of Sabah’s animals up close, especially as a family and if you’re not doing anything else that will involve real wildlife.

With all the animals being in not-so-large enclosures, sighting them is almost guaranteed, ensuring that you will get a glimpse of Sabah’s and Borneo’s most difficult to spot jungle creatures.

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park showcases endangered animals such as the Bornean Elephant, to raise awareness of their plight.

Other animal exhibits include proboscis monkeys, orangutans, gibbons, zebra, ostriches, a variety of birds, including hornbills, a menagerie of lizards in the Snake Park, sun bears, tigers and other smaller cats, and a variety of antelope from across the region.

Wildlife park is a bit of a misnomer as it really is just a zoo.


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This listing was last updated on 30 October 2015