We visited this place last year and decided to return this year. We had done our research as we didn't want to visit a zoo where the Tarsiers are kept in cages. I was instantly struck by the fact that the tarsiers were in exactly the same place as they were last year, the exact same trees! There is no way that these animals are free to roam around, we saw 5 Tarsiers and each one was conveniently located right next to the path (which is only about 80m long in total), where tourists can take photos. We have since learned that these poor creatures are kept in cages overnight and put in the trees when the park opens. Its a real shame that this attraction is not as genuine as it would appear on first sight. We went just after it opened at 9am and the carpark was full of busses and taxis.
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