Sekinchan & Kuala Selangor


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I went for a pho­tog­ra­phy trip with some friends to Sek­in­chan, a rice pro­duc­ing town in Selangor.

Sek­in­chan is huge and flat cov­ered with long stretch of padi fields. Too bad most of them are harvested.

Har­vested padi field.

Wild flow­ers and padi.

Lalang is every­where around padi field.

Alex and Amanda.

Kuala Selan­gor

In the evening, we con­tin­ued our jour­ney to Bukit Malawati at Kuala Selangor.

Bukit Malawati is a his­tor­i­cal hill. The fortress on this hill was built in late 18th cen­tury to defend Selan­gor from the attack of the ene­mies from the Straits of Malacca.

Bukit Malawati Kuala Selangor.

There’s really noth­ing much to see up there. Every­thing you saw in the pic­ture above is actu­ally every­thing you can find up the hill.

Other than sight see­ing, another tourist attrac­tion is the black monkeys.

Mon­keys sit­ting on a canon at Bukit Malawati Kuala Selangor.

They are friendly, tame and they don’t bite as long as you keep feed­ing them with peanuts and long beans. Inter­est­ingly, their babies are gold in colour, literally.

Me with a mon­key and lighthouse.

After a tir­ing day of shoot­ing, we head off to River View Seafood Restau­rant for dinner.

River View Seafood Restaurant.

I was so hun­gry and the food was so nice I for­got to take any pic­ture of the food. I took the pic­ture above before we left.

The seafood was really fresh and nice. I mean like really really nice, seri­ously. Besides, the price was not very expen­sive also.

Although this time I didn’t man­aged to take many pic­tures due to time con­strain, but it was def­i­nitely a good trip.

P/S: More pic­tures on my Face­book album.


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CommentNo. 1

Kopi Ais4 February 20108:30 AM

waaaa nice~
I like the mon­keys with the canon shot hahaha

CommentNo. 2

Ervin Ter4 February 20108:50 AM

I like the photo of that two gals

CommentNo. 3

Swee Ping4 February 20109:50 AM

Yeah!! I like the mon­keys with canon shot too! Very nice and sharp!

I’ve been there when the paddy wasn’t har­vested yet — so green with the blue sky, take any pic­ture also superb nice. How­ever, damn fml cos my sd card got prob­lem so all pics gone T_T

Hey let’s make a trip there when its all green again!

CommentNo. 4

smashpOp4 February 201010:14 AM

very nice. hope one day i can go there 😛

Author’s CommentNo. 5

Den­nis4 February 201010:37 AM

@Kopi Ais @Ervin Ter

@Swee Ping @smashpOp
Let’s make a trip there again!!! I miss the seafood so much…

CommentNo. 6

Ted4 February 201012:49 PM

Won­der­ful pic­tures, enjoyed it. Since when you drop by sekinchan ?

Author’s CommentNo. 7

Den­nis4 February 20101:28 PM

Last Sun­day lor. It’s a nice place to shoot. Wanna go?

CommentNo. 8

Grace HuiChin Quak4 February 201010:18 PM

yii.. go such a nice place oso din ask me go… haha

CommentNo. 9

smashpOp5 February 20109:57 AM

when u go next time ajak me k? 😀

Author’s CommentNo. 10

Den­nis5 February 201010:59 AM

Next time lah… that day when you ask to go 1U, I thought can make you my model tim… who knows some1 FFK

Sure sure, find 1 day we shoot together…

CommentNo. 11

Kevin Teh5 February 201012:24 PM

two lady nice. i like the color some­how.. the mon­key wise, i would pre­fer only 2 mon­keys instead of 3, wipe out the small mon­key infront… :)

CommentNo. 12

Grace HuiChin Quak5 February 20104:33 PM

yeah la… u fast fast go scold tat stu­pid bad bad MAX LAW CHEE HORNG.. me memang wan kill him… dun care.. next time memang wan out­ing wif u all jor =)

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