Explore the dense jungles of South East Asia and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and smells of the Monsoon Forest. Discover meat eating plants, ancient gharials, rare and colourful birds, a family of orangutans, and lots of other weird and wonderful species, all native to these islands.

If you look above you, you’ll hear the beautiful melody of some of South East Asia’s rarest bird’s, in our free flight area of the rainforest. For our bird enthusiasts, bring along your binoculars and spot the bright and colourful tropical birds nestled amongst the jungle’s dense plant life.

 

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For our intrepid explorers, stop by our Tripa Forest Research Station and learn all about the incredible projects we work with in South East Asia. PLUS, you can get close to some of our most unique amphibians and reptiles, including the tentacled snake and vampire crabs!

The conditions in Monsoon Forest are hot and humid, and you may also experience the monsoon rains during your visit, so be prepared for some damp jungle conditions!

 

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THE EXPERTS

Dr Gerardo Garcia

Introducing our Curator of Lower Vertebrates and Invertebrates, Gerardo. He tells us all about the unique species you can see in Monsoon Forest, of which some will surprise you!

Andrew Owen

With over 25 years experience working with bird species, our Curator of Birds Andrew shares his insight on the incredible birds of Monsoon Forest, and the threats they face in the wild. 

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Philip Esseen

We speak to our Curator of Botany and Horticulture, Philip Esseen, who reveals the interesting backstories to the fantastic tropical plant life that has transformed Monsoon Forest, into a jungle.

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WHAT YOU CAN DO

Species in South East Asia are UNDER THREAT. Deforestation and the illegal wildlife trade are just two of many destructive powers threatening wildlife.  Find out how you can ACT FOR WILDLIFE and help PREVENT EXTINCTION.

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WHAT WE DO

Our conservation teams are made up of PASSIONATE EXPERTS, from multiple disciplines, who all have one mission. TO PREVENT EXTINCTION.Find out what we’re doing to protect wildlife in South East Asia.

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