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    Malaysia

    Congratulations! I'd be interested in the story of how you saw it, if you care to share. Graham
  2. B

    Malaysia

    I believe Langkawi is very good for Colugo? Also Singapore Zoo has been highly recommended as a place where wild ones are pretty easy to see. (It might even have been a Birdforum thread at some point?) I'm keen to see one too having had awful views one night in Borneo. Last time I was TN (May...
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    Malaysia

    Yes, it's right. You can't buy booze from shops in Tahan. I THINK the name of the resort where you can, is the HAN rainforest resort. But, as I say, take the last road to the right before the river, past the bus station, for half to three-quarters kilometre and you're there. Open til at least...
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    Malaysia

    First time I went to TN, Dave, I was serious hardcore and found it hard and frustrating at least for the first four days. More recently I've gone a lot more chilled out and just simply enjoying going for a walk in a forest environment and ended up seeing just as much, if not more, without the...
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    Malaysia

    Hey, Dave. I've got problems with a rat inside my caravan in Cornwall right now. Any chance you can cut short your holiday and come help get rid of it for me :-) St Agnes still rat-free though :t: Enjoy the rest of your stay. Will you be going out to the hides? Graham
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    Malaysia

    Hi Steve. I feel I've been fortunate in successfully seeing 3 of the 4 Rail-Babblers I've heard in TN over several visits. Maybe there's some skill involved, I don't know. Sometimes it might pay to be a small chap, too! They are wierdly ventriloquial in nature and the last one I saw near...
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    Malaysia

    Hi. Would just like to say a word to stick up for Taman Negara. I was there in 1991 (a month in March), 2012 ( the whole of July) and 2017 ( a week in May). Sure, there are now hundreds of visitors staying in the posh resort at the HQ, but not many venture too far up the trails (now boardwalked...
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