There is a tropical natural life sensation when visiting Tesso Nilo National Park, in Riau region. In this park, guests can draw near to the jeopardized Sumatran elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus): nourishing them, washing them until riding them when they do woodland watch. The recreation center is preserved to give living space to the giant mammals.
To achieve the recreation center, guests must take the primary street of Pekanbaru, the capital city of Riau area. It needs 5 hours drive to get to the recreation center through the logging streets used to ship the log. The recreation center was utilized to be a territory overseen by timber consession holder.
In 2004, the region was changed over into a national park covering a territory of 38.000 Hectares. It was then ventured into 83.000 Hectares in 2009. This was the correct activity considering the region resembles an emerald which is wealthy in tropical biodiversity of swamp tropical timberland.
Every hectare of the recreation center is natural surroundings to very nearly 360 plant species, 265 group of plant. Various plant species are considered practically terminated are Kempas (Koompassia malaccensis), Jelutung (Dyera costulata), Kayukulim (Scorodocorpus borneensis), Keranji (Dialium platysepalum) and Merantai tupai (Shorea acuminata), In the tallness of tree overhang, regularly roosted apiary of Apis dorsata. This creepy crawly can manufacture their hives at the stature of in excess of 25 meters. More often than not, they construct 30 to 80 colonies at each tree.
The nearby network call the tree where the honey bee assemble their hives as Pohon Sialang, pohon actually means tree. They will scale the tree and gather nectar and afterward they sell it. Subsequently, they make standard law with respect to forbiddance of chopping down the Sialang tree which must be obeyed by all network part.
Chopping down the tree means removing the work of others. In this manner, any individual who infringes upon the law will get terrible punishment.