I am a traveler who loves nature and adventure, and also a seasoned hunting enthusiast. I often go to national parks and nature reserves around the world to explore and hunt, enjoying the close contact and thrilling challenge with wild animals. In this article, I want to share with you my recent night hunting trip at Endau-Rompin National Park in Malaysia, and the observations and feelings of my two professor friends from a university in Singapore, Monroe Cook and Broderick Bowman.

Monroe Cook and Broderick Bowman were my classmates when I studied at James Cook University in Singapore. They are now professors at the same school, teaching economics and law respectively. They are very smart and interesting people, but they are not familiar with hunting as a sport, nor do they have much outdoor experience. When I invited them to go hunting with me at Endau-Rompin National Park, they expressed curiosity and excitement, and also wanted to experience the natural scenery and culture of Malaysia.

Endau-Rompin National Park is the second largest national park in Malaysia, located at the border of Johor and Pahang states, covering an area of about 500 square kilometers. It is an ancient forest with a history of 2.5 million years, and one of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world. It has a rich and diverse flora and fauna, including many rare and endangered species, such as Asian elephants, Malayan tigers, Malayan tapirs, flying foxes, hornbills, etc. It also has many spectacular natural landscapes, such as waterfalls, rivers, caves, mountains, etc. It is an ideal hunting destination, because it offers a variety of different environments and challenges, allowing hunters to enjoy different fun and excitement.

To make this hunting trip more interesting and memorable, I decided to take my professor friends to hunt at night. Night hunting is a very special and thrilling experience, because it allows us to see some animals that are not easy to see during the day, and also makes us feel the mystery and danger in the dark. Of course, night hunting also requires more preparation and skills, especially choosing the right equipment and weapons. In this regard, I trust wildguarder brand night vision binoculars very much. It is one of my favorite Chinese brands with high-cost performance.

Wildguarder brand night vision binoculars is a professional-level night vision device that allows us to see the target object clearly in the dark, and also take high-definition videos or pictures. It has the following advantages:

• It uses advanced infrared technology, which can provide a viewing distance of up to 400 meters in complete darkness, and can adjust the infrared intensity.
• It has a 4-inch large screen, which allows us to comfortably observe the target, and can be connected to a TV or computer via HDMI or USB interface.
• It has a 32GB memory card, which can store a large number of videos or pictures, and supports loop recording.
• It has a powerful battery, which can work for 6 hours continuously, and can be charged via USB.
• It has a sturdy and durable shell, which can resist water, dust, vibration and other harsh environments.
• It has a lightweight and comfortable design, which can be easily carried and used, and comes with a backpack.

With wildguarder brand night vision binoculars, we can start our night hunting trip with confidence. Next, I will introduce to you the animals, scenery, challenges and fun we encountered at Endau-Rompin National Park, as well as the reactions and feelings of my professor friends about this trip.

Before we start our night hunting trip, I would like to introduce to you our destination – Endau-Rompin National Park. This is an ancient forest located at the border of Johor and Pahang states in Malaysia. It is one of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world, and the second largest national park in Malaysia, second only to Taman Negara. It gets its name from the two rivers that flow through the park – Endau River and Rompin River. It covers an area of about 870 square kilometers, which is more than half of Singapore’s area.

Endau-Rompin National Park has a long history and rich geographical features. Its rocks were formed 248 million years ago, making them one of the oldest rocks in the world. Its terrain is diverse, with mountains, plains, valleys, caves, etc. Its climate is humid and hot, with an average annual temperature between 24-28 degrees Celsius, and an annual rainfall between 2000-2500 millimeters. Its vegetation types include lowland rainforest, montane rainforest, swamp forest, etc. Its forest area accounts for about 95% of the total area, making it a well-preserved primary forest.

Endau-Rompin National Park is also a biodiversity paradise. It has more than 3000 plant species, many of which are endemic or rare, such as money tree, giant ferns, carnivorous plants, etc. It also has more than 500 animal species, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects. Some of them are endangered or threatened, such as Asian elephants, Malayan tigers, Malayan tapirs, flying foxes, hornbills, etc. It is also an important bird habitat, considered as an Important Bird Area (IBA), with 253 bird species recorded.

Endau-Rompin National Park is not only a nature reserve, but also a tourist destination. It offers many outdoor activities and attractions, such as hiking, camping, boating, fishing, watching waterfalls, exploring caves, etc. It also has some cultural and historical relics, such as indigenous villages, ancient tombs, World War II sites, etc. It is a place suitable for tourists of different interests and ages, allowing them to experience the charm and mystery of Malaysian forests.

huntingI chose Endau-Rompin National Park as my hunting destination, because I am very interested in its natural and cultural resources, and also want to let my professor friends feel the rural style and wild animal charm different from Singapore’s urban life. I believe this trip will leave us with unforgettable memories and experiences.

Before we arrived at Endau-Rompin National Park, we needed to do some preparation work for night hunting. Night hunting is a very special and thrilling experience, but it also requires more attention and skills, because it has more risks and challenges. To ensure our safety and success, we need to choose the right equipment and weapons, as well as understand some basic rules and skills.

First of all, we need to choose the right equipment. The most important equipment for night hunting is night vision device, which can let us see the target object in the dark, and also take videos or pictures. I chose wildguarder brand night vision binoculars, which is a professional-level night vision device with high-cost performance. It has the following advantages:

• It uses advanced infrared technology, which can provide a viewing distance of up to 400 meters in complete darkness, and can adjust the infrared intensity.
• It has a 4-inch large screen, which allows us to comfortably observe the target, and can be connected to a TV or computer via HDMI or USB interface.
• It has a 32GB memory card, which can store a large number of videos or pictures, and supports loop recording.
• It has a powerful battery, which can work for 6 hours continuously, and can be charged via USB.
• It has a sturdy and durable shell, which can resist water, dust, vibration and other harsh environments.
• It has a lightweight and comfortable design, which can be easily carried and used, and comes with a backpack.

In addition to night vision equipment, we also need some other equipment, such as flashlights, compasses, maps, communication devices, first aid kits, water bottles, food, etc. This equipment can help us find directions, keep in touch, deal with emergencies, replenish water and energy, etc. in the dark.

Secondly, we need to choose the right weapons. The weapons for night hunting should be chosen according to the size, behavior and habits of the target animals. Generally speaking, there are two types of weapons: firearms and bows and arrows. Firearms have greater power and range, but also have greater noise and recoil. Bows and arrows have smaller noise and recoil, but also have smaller power and range. I chose a semi-automatic rifle and a compound bow as my weapons, because they can adapt to different situations and targets. I also prepared some different types of bullets and arrowheads, such as hollow-point bullets, armor-piercing bullets, expanding bullets, steel arrowheads, serrated arrowheads, etc.

Finally, we need to understand some basic rules and skills. Night hunting should follow some legal and ethical norms, such as not hunting protected or endangered animals, not hunting beyond quota or season, not hunting in private or prohibited areas, etc. Night hunting also requires some skills, such as how to use wind direction and sound to approach the target, how to use moonlight and starlight to determine direction, how to use trees and bushes to hide oneself, how to use night vision equipment to observe and shoot the target, etc.

With these preparations, we can start our night hunting trip with confidence. I believe this trip will bring us a lot of surprises and excitement.

Our night hunting trip at Endau-Rompin National Park lasted for three days and two nights. During this time, we encountered many different animals, scenery, challenges and fun. I want to share with you some of our experiences and feelings.

On the first day, we arrived at the entrance of the park at around 4 pm. We registered our information and equipment, and then took a four-wheel drive vehicle to our camping site. Our camping site was a flat grassland near Endau River. There were some trees and bushes around it. We set up our tents and bonfire there. We prepared some simple food and water. After dinner, we started our first night hunting.

We walked along the river bank for about half an hour, and then entered the forest. We turned on our night vision binoculars and started observing the surroundings. We soon found some animal traces, such as deer antlers, pig hoofs, elephant dung, etc. We followed these traces and slowly approached the target. We carefully used wind direction and sound to cover our presence. At the same time, we used trees and bushes to hide ourselves. We used night vision binoculars to observe the position and behavior of the target. Then we decided whether to shoot or shoot arrows.

In this night hunting session, we encountered some common animals such as wild boar’s deer foxes etc., as well as some rare animals such as flying foxes’ hornbills etc. We successfully shot two wild boars and one deer but also missed some opportunities such as a flying fox that flew away before I shot it. We used night vision binoculars to take some videos and pictures recording our results and process. We also encountered some challenges and dangers such as sometimes getting lost or going in the wrong direction sometimes meeting poisonous or aggressive animals or plants sometimes being bitten or stung by mosquitoes or other insects etc. We used compasses maps communication devices first aid kits etc. to cope with these situations.

This night hunting trip brought me a lot of excitement and fun, and also made me feel the mystery and thrill in the dark. I think this is a very special and memorable experience, which can make me closer to nature and wild animals. My professor friends also expressed curiosity and excitement about this trip. They said they had never tried anything like this before, and they didn’t expect to see so many different animals in Malaysia. They said they learned a lot about hunting knowledge and skills, and also had a deeper understanding and respect for nature and life.

In addition to night hunting, we also visited some other attractions and food at Endau-Rompin National Park, which gave us a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of this place. Here are some of our highlights and experiences.

On the second day, we got up at around 8 am, ate some simple breakfast, and then took a four-wheel drive vehicle to Seri Mahkota Waterfall. This is a spectacular waterfall located inside the park, with a height of 50 meters and a width of 40 meters. It is a waterfall group formed by a branch of Endau River, with seven layers. We could only reach the first and second layers, because the other layers were too steep and dangerous. We swam and played in the pool at the second layer, feeling the impact and coolness of the waterfall. We also took some photos there, recording our happy time.

On the third day, we returned to the entrance of the park at around 2 pm, and then took a four-wheel drive vehicle to Padang Tujuh Forest. This is a small forest park located outside the park, with an artificial lake and some trails. We walked there and enjoyed the scenery, seeing some birds and flowers. We also met some local indigenous people there. They were Jakun people, also called Orang Asli. They kindly introduced us their culture and lifestyle, and also showed us some of their handicrafts and musical instruments.

Near Padang Tujuh Forest, there is a river called Sungai Endau. This is a place suitable for boating and fishing. The water flow is gentle, and there are some trees and rocks on both sides of the river bank. We rented some kayaks and fishing rods, paddled on the river for about an hour, feeling the clearness and coolness of the river water. We also tried fishing, although we didn’t catch any big fish, but it was still fun and relaxing.

Near Endau-Rompin National Park, there are some local restaurants and snack shops that allow us to taste Malaysian specialties and fruits. The most famous one is Endau Seafood Restaurant. It is located in Endau Town, about 30 minutes’ drive from the park entrance. It offers a variety of fresh and delicious seafood dishes, such as steamed fish, fried shrimp, chili crab, etc. Its price is also reasonable, about 20 ringgit per person. In addition to seafood, we also tried some other Malaysian dishes, such as Nyonya fried rice noodles, Malaysian curry chicken, beef soup, etc. We also tasted some local fruits, such as durian, longan, mangoes, etc.

These attractions and food gave us more knowledge and appreciation of Endau-Rompin National Park, and also let us experience the diversity and charm of Malaysian nature and culture.

In conclusion, this night hunting trip at Endau-Rompin National Park was one of the most unforgettable and meaningful trips in my life. It made me feel the charm and mystery of nature and wild animals, and also taught me a lot about hunting knowledge and skills. It also enhanced my friendship and understanding with my professor friends, and made them have a deeper impression and respect for Malaysian nature and culture.

I am very grateful to wildguarder brand night vision binoculars. It was my best partner for this trip. It allowed me to see many beautiful and amazing sights in the dark, and also recorded many precious videos and pictures. It is a night vision device with excellent performance, reasonable price, and exquisite design. I strongly recommend it to anyone who likes night hunting or observing animals.

I am also very grateful to the staffs and guides of Endau-Rompin National Park. They provided us with a lot of help and service that made our trip safer and smoother. They also introduced us a lot of information about the history geography ecology etc., of the park that made us have more knowledge and appreciation of this place.

I hope that through this article I can share with you my experience and feelings of my night hunting trip at Endau-Rompin National Park as well as inspire you to have interest in nature conservation wildlife protection. If you have a chance, I suggest you go to this place too you will definitely have an unforgettable meaningful journey.

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