A lovely, pleasant, forest walks, easy level paths - I managed fine with my ordinary sandals. Not many flowering plants at the time when I visited (late March) but the trees, the climbers and the general greenery are beautiful. Especially lovely on a sunny day when the trees provide shade.
Saw groups of monkeys in a couple of places - they seemed quite bold and let me come up very close. Heard plenty of birds but couldn't see them high up in the trees - not being a bird person I couldn't tell what they were, but for a bird expert armed with binoculars this forest must be very exciting!
Signage is variable and the map (which is provided on a leaflet you get when you pay for your entrance) is a little confusing - the man who took my fee explained which is the best way to go for the amount of time I wanted to spend there - I wouldn't have known without his advice.
Plenty of stone benches scattered around the path.. Beware of the small blood-sucking leeches though - I've been warned about them but this was my first experience of these creatures in 2.5 months, only noticed some hours later when changing my clothes that about 4 of the blood-suckers were having a party on my left leg!
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