Before you go, please do prepare milk and vitamins for the ellies. It's a small sum compared to the HUGE effort this team is investing in ensuring that there are still living ellies for the next generation to enjoy as we do now.
We left KL at 10:30am. After an hour and a half drive, we arrived at the park a bit too early for the activities. There were no cafeterias/eateries in the immediate area, so i recommend arriving there about 1pm (after enjoying a leisurely lunch), as elly feeding, elly rides, and elly bathing activities start at 2pm. They park allows only the first 120 visitors to feed, ride and bathe the ellies. Despite the wait, the close encounters with the ellies made the afternoon heat all worth it. =) Roo was initially wary, but i think she had fun too.