I tried to follow it and was surprised that it was not very shy. While it was looking for food under the trees, I was able to get a better shot but was forced to use flash because it was dark and the bird is constantly moving.
Later, while walking the trail, I also saw a banded woodpecker, but it was always moving behind the trees making a steady shot almost impossible. My best attempt was a bit dark, but I was happy to be able to photograph it.
I also saw another pink necked green pigeon at one part of the trail.
Pink necked green pigeon
I walked around and was also able to see, but not photograph, some chestnut cheeked babbler.
After getting tired that I wasn't able to see more birds, I decided to call it a day and head back home. On my way out of the reserve/park, I looked at a sign and saw that there's another park nearby, the Butik Timah Nature Park also dubbed The Little Guilin. I decided to visit the place as well.
After a long walk, I reached the pond and saw the cliff which indeed looked like the typical scenery in Guilin, China. It was just 2 rocks unlike the numerous rock formations in the real Guilin.
The park's highlight is this rock formation and nothing else. When I arrived there it was already near lunchtime and I was getting hungry, so I quickly snapped some pictures and left.
After lunch, I got home and did a little research. I found out that this park is a former quarry and known for its' horror stories about ghosts and some restless spirits. :)