Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)

Kenyir Elephant Village
the seven elephants

Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV) is a new tourist attraction in Terengganu. Located at Temelong River, this is where seven baby and adult elephants call home.

Kenyir Elephant Village
playtime

Kenyir Elephant Village
baby elephant getting reassured

Known as the rainforest’s largest and most magnificent creatures, they really amaze visitors not only with their size but also intelligence.

Kenyir Elephant Village
elephant shower

Kenyir Elephant Village
the elephants meet visitors

These elephants live in a natural environment. However, visitors to KEV have the opportunity to ride, feed and play with these animals, under the watchful eyes of mahouts.

Kenyir Elephant Village
structures and stairs for visitors to climb

Kenyir Elephant Village
suspension bridge

Also known as Kenyir Elephant Camp, KEV was established by the Elephant Management Unit under the authority of the Department of Wildlife and National Parks, the Central Terengganu Development Authority (KETENGAH) and the Terengganu State Government.

Kenyir Elephant Village
natural habitat for the elephants

Kenyir Elephant Village
crossing the suspension bridge

This elephant camp is the foremost authority on elephant translocation to ensure a healthy elephant population and reduce human-elephant conflict.

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4 thoughts on “Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV)

  1. Hi, I was wondering..how did you go to Kenyir Elephant Village from Kenyir Lake? Do you walk or need to use boat as well?

  2. I’ve been to Kenyir lake 4 times but never visited elephant village. latest being march this year cause of insufficient time. will be there next march and will definitely visit kEV as promised to my kids. to go to kEV is only about 5 mins by car from lake kenyir towards gua musang direction beside main road. you can walk which is not far from jetty but walk in the morning as hilly terrain will tire you. I think its only 4 – 5km + -. good pics.

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