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 Expatriate Malaysia Travel Guide -
Kuala Gandah National Elephant (Sanctuary) Conservation Centre Pahang, Malaysia


Kuala Gandah National Elephant (Sanctuary) Conservation Centre

2 Types of Activity Stickers
Red - Visiting Only
Yellow - Rides and Bath with Elephants
Limited to 120 visitors for elephant rides daily.

Two Young Elephants playing

Elephants taking bath at the river


Hand feeding the elephants with fruits


Elephant rides natural way (without basket)

Back to Kuala Gandah National Elephant (Sanctuary) Conservation Centre page.

Related Links:
- Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary, Kuala Kubu Bahru
- KL Bird Park
- National Science Centre
- Petrosains KLCC (
Science Discovery Centre)
- Galeri Petronas @ KLCC
National Art Gallery
- Sarawak Cultural Village
- Malaysia Tourism Centre, MTC
- Visit Malaysia Year 2007
- List of official Tourism Site for all states in Malaysia

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