Bukit Gambang Safari Park
Bukit Gambang Safari park is located beside the Bukit Gambang Water Park. It is also the biggest safari park in Malaysia. Nestled within 138 acres of secondary jungle, the visitors will have the opportunity to see for themselves various animals such as horses, bears, camel, tigers, lions, rabbits and zebra to name a few.
The attractions available are Simba Hill, Night Jungle, Foreign Village, Forest land, Land of predators and Wild Savannah. Besides the attractions, the park also offers some shows and activities for the visitors to enjoy like Indiana Stunt Show, the Yabara Fireworks Show, the Great Bird Show, the Multi-Animal Show and plenty more.
Image by : Bukit Gambang Resort City, Kuantan (BGRC)
Tuesday – Thursday : 1.00 p.m – 9.00 p.m
Friday – Sunday, School Holiday & Public Holiday : 11.00 a.m – 9.00 p.m
Monday : Closed
Adult : RM 32.00
Child : RM 22.00
Senior Citizen : RM 22.00
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We started our safari adventure by hopping onto the Safari tram! Note that at Bukit Gambang Resort City, one can commute using these trams without using your own car. So sit back and relax.
The ultimate experience in the safari that should not be missed is the Wild Savannah-Tram Drive Thru. Only accessible via the fully air conditioning tram (converted lorry with beautiful cheetah and zebra prints), we were driven through the rain forest by their park ranger and guided by their English speaking park guide to be up close with free-roaming animals (including PREDATOR animals) in their naturalistic habitats.
Both the Wild Savannah – Tram Drive through Zone and the first and only ATV Ride through Safari Adventure in Malaysia are a MUST-DO when you are here in Bukit Gambang Safari Park. It is a precious experience that you’ve got to experience yourself to understand what I meant.
Kolong Pahat Hanging Bridge
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Cherating Turtle Sanctuary
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