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Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Insects repellent, Medication For stings And Bite And Also Lime Paste.
Insects repellent for mosquitoes and also medication for stings and bite (in case you get stung by a jellyfish)
If you get bitten by the notorious small insects either mosquitoes or sand flies
(The bite from sand flies is much more nastier and itchier than mosquitoes) even before you can apply the insects repellent or use your mosquitoes patch…
Don’t scratch because it will get worst and leave a nasty scar. Try applying the limestone paste instead (The Malays called it 'Kapur'). You can get it at any Indian's shop that sells betel leaves. We always bring it together with us and so far it work.
Miscellaneous: Maybe you should bring some snacks and bottle mineral water too because The provision shop will be closing early at night.
Updated Mar 21, 2007
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Tropical wear recommended. If possible, get clothes with high tech synthetic fibres. They breathe much better. Cotton is comfortable but will leave you heavily soaked.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: With children, it is best to bring your own liquid paracetamol syrup.
Mosquito repellant is a must when visiting Endau-Rompin National Park.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Sandals recommended. Very versatile for national parks and beaches.
Written May 1, 2005