No trip to Indonesia would be complete without seeing some large apes, and Borneo is a great place to visit these beautiful and (in danger of disappearing forever) creatures. Though large apes still live in the wild, (more than two, but not a lot of) safe places rescue and protect large apes as land development violates their natural (home/place where something lives). Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan, Borneo, is home to the largest large ape population in the world, as well as other (monkeys, apes, etc.), birds, and reptiles. If you don’t make it to Borneo, you can also see large apes at the Artsy and wild rock Large ape Centre in Bukit Lawang, a tourist village in the Sumatran jungle.