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The Banana Cafe is just another reason to stay at the Sepilok Jungle Resort. The food is yummy, and the portions are generous. They also offer a few western dishes (eg fried eggs for breakfast, hot dogs for lunch) for those who are craving them.
Favorite Dish: Loved the chicken curry!
Written Apr 14, 2004
Address: Next to the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Cent
Within the main reception building is a small shop that sells a load of orang-utans souvenirs such as T-shirts, mugs, badges, fridge magnets, soft toys, photos, posters...you name it. I did find a shop selling similar stuff at cheaper prices in Sandakan near the old town mosque on Lebuh Empat.
Written Sep 8, 2010
As per the usual system in Malaysia, foreigners pay more for entry; a lot more. Apparently you are all very rich people, even the student backpackers.
Unique Suggestions: There's nothing you can do about it, so grin and bear it.
Written Jun 9, 2007
Luggage and bags: A small bag with your camera and perhaps a spare shirt (it can get quite humid).
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: I'd recommend shoes; otherwise mosquitoes might get your toes!! Loose, comfortable clothing will do.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Keep the mosquito repellants in the car/bus. I'd bring deodorant or perfume (in the car too please) for later as you could end up sweating a lot.
Photo Equipment: The orang-utans rarely stay still so a basic camera might not be able to capture good shots. I also used a video camera-it's well worth it.
Updated Jun 9, 2007