The wonders of this world
Just like being in Indonesia
The Temples, dwelling places of the gods. Sacred architecture at the service of man and the deities they worship: Ganesha, Shiva, Brahma, Vishnu and Buddha. Lush vegetation, wonderful Thai craftsmanship and stunning views of elephants, white tigers and mischievous macaques. We explore the infinite riches of the Indonesian archipelago and the countries of Southeast Asia. It’s like entering a whole new world – and enchantment is guaranteed.
In Malay “orang” means “man” and “Hutan” means “forest”: the Orangutan is actually a large primate that lives in the trees of the rainforest. There are two species of orangutan: the ones here in the park are native of Sumatra and the second one is less rare and native to the island of Borneo.More info
With the African Elephant, this is the largest and the heaviest land mammal in the world : a male’s girth can measure 3m50 and the animal can weigh up to 5 tons. In addition to its slightly smaller size, the Asian Elephant differs from its African cousin by its ears, which are less broad, by its trunk, which has only one “finger” instead of two, and by two bumps on the top of its head.More info