The Intermediate Maplet (Chersonesia intermedia intermedia) is rather small and it kept flipping its wings when it was searching for a sweet pot to puddle.
After we have checked into our room in the early afternoon, Antonio drove us up to the mountain and stopped at a waterfall site. The activity was quite low but with patience, we finally spotted two large skippers.
This brown skippper believed to be The Great Shift (Pelopidas assamensis) was found feeding on some birddropping on the concrete wall of a drain.
Antonio spotted this Dark Judy (Abisara fylla fylla) having a friendly perch on a kerb.