The signboard to the park.
The main entrance to the park.
Once inside, you will not miss this beautiful forest trees.
Amenities were well kept - clean and peaceful.
A 100m boardwalk on the "wetland" area of the park.
Presumed to be the Japaneses' tunnel - entrance built with clay.
A gazebo found on the way to the caves. Note the highlighted signboard - a common feature in all forest recreation parks and at the Penang National Park too - EMPTY! It can only be a federal project and so the local authority wouldn't bother about them! What a sheer wastage of public fund!
This praying mantis is a new species for me.
The rare long-horned spider which I have only seen it in Pergau Dam, Kelantan, was also seen here.
It is a wildboar territory. Everywhere, you could see wildboars' prints and wallows like the photo above.
Like rambutan - I haven't got a name for this plant. Anyway, it is common in this park.