Not definitely sure, the ID I was given, indicating most likely Phrynarachne decipiens - Bird Dropping Spider.
This was quite a pleasant surprise, the Spider has somehow managed to cover itself with the whitish stuff and around it (I wonder how it does that) to make it looks like bird's droppings to attracts other insects to feed on it.
During the whole duration we were taking picture of this Spider, it doesn't moves at all, probably thinking by staying still, it is invisible in its camouflage.
''Phrynarachne decipiens'', the bird-dropping spider, is a species of tropical crab spider from Malaysia, Sumatra and Java.
It mimics a bird dropping in its appearance and the way it behaves.