Best bird of the day had to be 2 Crested Partridges which we flushed on a trail and got great views as they ran along a fence unable to get through it! On the same walk we had a nice Maroon Woodpecker, Puff-backed Bulbul, Olive-winged Bulbul and White-bellied Erpornis. Back at our digs the usual birds were still about including the Scaly-breasted Bulbul, a Lesser Green Leafbird and a Long-billed Spiderhunter at close range. In bushes near the football field a lovely Black and White Bulbul showed well as did the regular White-crowned Shama plus Spectacled Bulbul and Asian Red-eyed Bulbuls. In a tree overhanging the river just through the springs entrance gate a great Pale Blue Flycatcher gave some lovely views while a Dark-throated Oriole did likewise in trees near the butterfly garden as the sun began to sink.
We dined that night at the Round Inn opposite the park entrance again. I can thoroughly recommend this place, the guy who runs it has a real passion for Malaysian cooking and even gave me a lesson on how to produce the perfect beef rendang! It is also much cheaper than dining in the restaurant within the park.