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