The best way to see some of the animals at Bako National Park is to go in a small group on a selected trail at night.
As darkness falls, the park is filled with the sounds of the forest creatures, such as crickets and frogs.
During the Bako 50th Anniversary Media and Press Trip recently, senior Sarawak Forest Corporation (SFC) officer Rambli Ahmad, who is also a plant and animal expert, enthusiastically showed us the park at night.
The first thing he asked us to do was to gaze at the sky and everyone saw the bright three quarter moon!
He said watching the moon in the sky at night in a place like Bako National Park was important as the moon and sea tide had correlation with the eco system on the national park.
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