Monday, April 16, 2012

Paku Trail in Bako National Park 10 February 2012

Fiddler crabs.

Carpet-like moss where its leaves are broader and longer than the normal ones we see. 

Walked through jungles.

A reptile was spotted. 

Over here, the pathway overlooked a huge boulder.

The Bako ranger advised that the trails are not suitable for young children. 
To Hui, she has hiked a tougher one than this.

Lots of funghi everywhere.

Climbed up the roots of a tree.

Walked across trunks.

Narrow plank across the wet and muddy area.


There are stunning rock formations that exhibits linear erosion lines at this beach. 
It took us about an hour and a half to reach here.

Crab holes

Lots of snails, camouflaged.

Rummaging the tide pool

Hui sorting out the shells.

Huge hermit crabs.

There were few boatmen around and we took a boat to Teluk Pandan Kecil beach and to view the seastack of Bako National Park. He dropped us back at the park entrance after that. 
We paid RM40 for it.

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