This Fluffy Tit (Zeltus amasa) was busy puddling on the road outside the cultural village. It looks very much the same as our local species.
Our excursion guide finally led us through the gate after a short briefing on the dos and don'ts in the village. The guide who spoke good English went through detailed introductions of the different cultural traditions of the various tribes - the Bajau, Murut,Lundanyeh, Rungus and the Dusun. An excellent blog write-up can be found here.
While we were listening to the guide explaining how Dusun women cook their food inside bamboo tubes, this male Raja Brook Birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana ) seemed to have an interest in the food as well, fluttering around and testing the ground for puddling.
And this Neptis species was looking for a sweet spot to feed but it didn't stay still for us to take a good shot.
As we were the first group to finish the guided tour, I had time to "roam" around the area outside the concert hall. Here I spotted quite a number of butterflies, such as Clipper but I could only managed to a shot of the Eggfly (Hypolimnas bolina) After their performances, guests were invited to do simple dance on stage.