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Deerland Park

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SCENERY & NATURE

Deerland is located not far from the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and Krau Wild Life Reserve, Bukit Tinggi. Yet another interesting animal center open for visit. This privately own 4 hectares deer farm has over 30 Indonesian deer (Cervus timorences), apart from deer, there are also sun bear, snakes, monkeys and etc.

In the serene and untouched natural environment, you get a chance to interact with the smart yet humble deer. Apart from learning more about them, you also get a chance to feed and stroke the deer. Apart from that, there's also ostrich, sun bear, snake and much more to keep you amused. Other attractions include a dedicated area to cultivate herbs and spices. There are over 40 species of herbs including the ever famous Tongkat Ali which is believed to have medicinal properties. There is also knotted rope used to swing across the river by the adventurous heart. If not, enjoy the wooden walkway leading up to an observation tower at Bukit Rengit.

Nearby attractions include the Elephant Sanctuary at Bukit Gandah and Krau Wildlife Reserve where you can bath and feet the elephants and see more interesting animals in Malaysia. For a more relaxing an cooling climate, head to Bukit Tinggi for a cup of tea and enjoy the beautiful European decoration.