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Jungle bushcraft and jungle survival in Malaysia ; Part IV

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Some river prawns and fish caught during one of the jungle survival courses I attended in the past. Every bit counts when you have very little to eat for an entire day

I hear people talking about jungle bushcraft and jungle survival in Malaysia all the time. Someone asked me what my thoughts are on both. Well, to be quite honest I am not 100% sure myself. But if I had to give an answer, I would say the former is more of practice and acquisition of knowledge and skills which (hopefully) would then help you in the latter. And of course, the word bushcraft really does have a calmer soothing tone while survival seems a bit too extreme. One is voluntary while the other is not.

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The jungle survival skills teacher; Part III

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Choose your jungle survival teacher wisely. Your life may depend on it

The best jungle survivall skills teacher may just be yourself. It all boils down to how much you are willing to learn and the amount of practise you have invested in mastering the appropriate skills. You can actually learn jungle survival skills from the internet or by reading books but some of these knowledge would require you to practice (fire making, shelter building, knife handling etc). Spending time in the jungle helps to expand your comfort zone and understanding of the jungle better.

Here are a few jungle survival skills teachers I have met in the past. While some may not claim to be teachers, I still learnt a lot from them. If I had to name jungle survival teachers (whom I know personally) here in Malaysia, these would be the individuals.

Disclaimer: The following are based strictly on my personal experience and opinion.

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