Malaysia is home to a variety of indigenous wildlife. The most famous inhabitant of Malaysian Borneo is of course the Orang Utan. An up close and personal experience with these primates can be had at Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary: a jungle refuge for orphaned and captured orang utans. Sabah is also the place to encounter hawksbill and green turtles in their natural habitat on Turtle Island or Proboscis Monkeys and Pgymy Elephants along the banks of the Kinabatangan River. On Peninsula Malaysia explore the flora and fauna of Taman Negara National Park - 434,300 hectares of protected rainforest, thought to be the oldest in the world.