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Kajang (Malaysia) Daily Photo

Daily snippets of photos taken in Kajang and elsewhere in Malaysia.

Updated: 2018-03-06T19:34:36.257+08:00


The Borderless



What I do when I'm feeling upset, is to stare at the sky and ponder.

This makes me feel better.

I am back, to seek for my long-lost mojo in sharing thoughts through pictures.

Life's like a flower


Life's like a flower, don't you think? If a flower never get any nourishment, it'll die eventually. Everyone has his/her own type of nourishment, be it family, love or friends. I think mine is started with the big letter "L". And I definitely need more of that.

It's been a long while!



I'm back! Sorry for the lack of update. Life's been quite busy and the main reason I haven't been posting any picture is because I failed to get any decent quality picture these days. I haven't been out for taking picture for quite a while. This photo was taken during my trip to Similajau National Park in Bintulu, Sarawak for jungle trekking. The beautiful plant scattering all over the jungle. Beautiful green it was..I think it's algae, no? Can anyone reckon it?

It was a good experience, indeed, as we had been walking in the jungle for 9 hours, 20 km long. By the time I came out from the jungle, I was totally relieved. I thought I will stuck there forever because it seemed like I'd been walking for 276548 km and still hadn't reached the finish line.

"Fortune cookies" in a box


Feeling curious or wanting to know about your future? Well, you can get some rough picture of it by drawing a 20 cents out from your pocket and start shaking a handful of sticks with different numbering printed at the edge of each stick. A stick might drop up from the container while you're shaking it carefully. You should then check the number jotted on the stick and approach to this box to collect the paper of your number. You may have some hints by reading the "fortune cookies". Mostly, you may find this in a Chinese temple. Do you think it's too superstitious? I might say that sometimes it would be a good way of guiding you out when you're lost.

Note: Picture taken in a Chinese temple at Kuala Kubu Bharu.

p/s: I'm dead NOT. lol.

Signs of aging


That's a Chinese word at the top of the picture. And "sick" is what the word means. I think that one gets more sick as he/ she's getting older, don't you think?

I'm having a BAD gastric now. I shall name it the Sign of Aging.

You can tell that it's a part of a temple. I'll tell you what temple it is by showing more photos soon. ;)

Theme Day: The Color Blue


It's time for everyone to participate in the monthly theme day again! This photo was taken during my trip to Tioman Island, a small island, 39 km long and 12 km wide, located off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. Whilst our small speed boat was stopping by few jetty before reaching our final destination, I saw this guy sleeping on his small blue boat (I wasn't that sure if it's his boat).Must be a nice short nap during a hot weather, I guess. ;)There are 121 blogs in total participating in the November Theme Day. Do click on them and enjoy the "blue"! ;)Boston (MA), USA - Cleveland (OH), USA - Philadelphia (PA), USA - Arlington (VA), USA - Cape Town, South Africa - Portland (OR), USA - Sequim (WA), USA - Selma (AL), USA - Arradon, France - Petaling Jaya (Selangor), Malaysia - Stockholm, Sweden - Singapore, Singapore - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Phoenix (AZ), USA - Seattle (WA), USA - Toulouse, France - The Hague, Netherlands - Moscow, Russia - Fort Lauderdale (FL), USA - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Saint Paul (MN), USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Stayton (OR), USA - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Detroit (MI), USA - Crystal Lake (IL), USA - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Nelson, New Zealand - Bandung (West Java), Indonesia - Greenville (SC), USA - Hyde, UK - Radonvilliers, France - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Nashville (TN), USA - Manila, Philippines - Port Vila, Vanuatu - Saarbrücken, Germany - New Orleans (LA), USA - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Hobart (Tasmania), Australia - Forks (WA), USA - Wichita (Ks), USA - Barton (VT), USA - St. Louis (MO), USA - Joplin (MO), USA - Chandler (AZ), USA - Quincy (MA), USA - Setúbal, Portugal - Inverness (IL), USA - Christchurch, New Zealand - Toruń, Poland - North Bay (ON), Canada - Le Guilvinec, France - Chateaubriant, France - London, England - Minneapolis (MN), USA - Naples (FL), USA - Norwich (Norfolk), UK - Sydney, Australia - Austin (TX), USA - Mumbai, India - Boston (MA), USA - Santa Fe (NM), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - Paderborn, Germany - Montréal (QC), Canada - Jackson (MS), USA - Stavanger, Norway - Orlando (FL), USA - Grenoble, France - Cheltenham, UK - Forks (WA), USA - Mexico City, Mexico - West Sacramento (CA), USA - Silver Spring (MD), USA - Weston (FL), USA - London, UK - Jefferson City (MO), USA - Ocean Township (NJ), USA - Belgrade, Serbia - Paris, France - Shanghai, China - Montego Bay, Jamaica - Montpellier, France - Saint Louis (MO), USA - Wailea (HI), USA - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Auckland, New Zealand - Evry, France - New York City (NY), USA - Nottingham, UK - Las Vegas (NV), USA - Oslo, Norway - Minneapolis (MN), USA - American Fork (UT), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - Haninge, Sweden - Trujillo, Peru - Trujillo, Peru - Melbourne (VIC), Australia - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Durban, South Africa - Brussels, Belgium - Anderson (SC), USA - Budapest, Hungary - Wellington, New Zealand - Prague, Czech Republic - Saigon, Vietnam - Ystad, Sweden - Miami (FL), USA - Seoul, South Korea - Hong Kong, China - Melbourne, Australia - Baziège, France - Greensboro (NC), USA - Sharon (CT), USA - Kajang (Selangor), Malaysia[...]

Tioman Island



Having disappeared from DP community for more than one month, I want to apologize to everyone, sorry for not updating my blog on a regular basis or not leaving any commentary. I don't want to give any excuse on that but my life had been in a mess in the past month. It's a very long story to tell so I might just save up your time for reading up some boring problems that I've had, which will probably make me started to feel dejected.

So back to the photo. That's a photo I took during my visit to Tioman Island, which located 32 km off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Pahang, last 2 weeks.

I was having a walk alone along the beach right in front of Berjaya Tioman Beach, Golf and Spa Resort, while pondering over numerous incidents that had happened not long ago.

Anyway, I felt so much better after looking at the beautiful sunset. My bad photographing skills couldn't capture the sunset in time.


By the way, Happy Halloween, everyone!! =)



A closer shot of the beca's wheel. Beca is a transportation back in old days. It is somewhat similar with bicycle but just that it has added with a 2-person seats in front of the bicycle. Now, beca is widely used especially at tourist spots in Melaka and Penang.

Hop in and let's enjoy the breeze!

Have you tried any kind of transportation similar with this before? I know you would probably tell me that it's bicycle :p

Long overdue!



Sorry guys, I know this is a long overdue post!! The competition had ended 3 weeks ago and I have yet to edit the photos. Anyway, some of you might not know who's the winner yet. It's the Australian team, represented by Howards and Sons Pyrotechnics Pvt Ltd, they have won the inaugural Malaysia International Fireworks Competition (MIFC), beating three other teams - Malaysia, Japan and Italy. The theme of their fireworks display was "Aurora Australia".

The photo I posted previously was displayed by the Australia team. Whereas today I'm going to show you guys how the Japan team displayed their fireworks. Sad to say, there were times when I felt kind of boring in the earlier part of the show. But overall it was alright.


And the dazzling ending.

p/s: This is the last post about fireworks so you guys won't be bored by any photos from MIFC anymore. :P

Do you dare to drip?


That's the tagline of Baskin Robbins, I guess? It's printed on the tissue. The ice cream definitely was tempting and I enjoyed eating it very much.

I'm sure I've dripped it. :)

So do you like to eat ice cream? My favorite flavors are chocolate or anything cheesecake-contained ice cream.

Palace of Justice.


The Palace of Justice. It consists of five-storey building for judicial department and two-storey building which will house the courts, situated at Putrajaya. I noticed the design of the whole building looks alike with the Putrajaya Mosque which I posted the other day. What do you think?

Sorry for not updating anything here since the past few days. Been staying up few late nights; drinking hot steamy coffee to keep me wide awake through out the long haul night, to finish up my assignments and case studies. Well, I've been pretty lazy lately. ; ))

Street lights and signs.


A typical street sign in Malaysia. Sometime it is green in colour, and sometime it is blue in colour. And I have no idea about it - my bed is calling me. It's 2am. :/There are 105 DP bloggers from all over the world participating today and do check them out! :)Seattle (WA), USA - Ocean Township (NJ), USA - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Cleveland (OH), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - Singapore, Singapore - Boston (MA), USA - Mexico (DF), Mexico - Kajang (Selangor), Malaysia - Mainz, Germany - Evry, France - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Sequim (WA), USA - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Nottingham, UK - Toulouse, France - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Manila, Philippines - Mumbai, India - Montpellier, France - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Stayton (OR), USA - Moscow, Russia - Paris, France - Saint Paul (MN), USA - Austin (TX), USA - Lyon, France - Stockholm, Sweden - Hyde, UK - Hong Kong, China - Joplin (MO), USA - Seoul, South Korea - Chandler (AZ), USA - St. Louis (MO), USA - Arlington (VA), USA - Anderson (SC), USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Villigen, Switzerland - Sydney, Australia - Ampang (Selangor), Malaysia - Montego Bay, Jamaica - Norwich (Norfolk), UK - San Diego (CA), USA - Bandung (West Java), Indonesia - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Nelson, New Zealand - Quincy (MA), USA - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Bend (OR), USA - Wellington, New Zealand - New Orleans (LA), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - Nashville (TN), USA - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - Detroit (MI), USA - Saigon, Vietnam - Selma (AL), USA - Phoenix (AZ), USA - Miami (FL), USA - Arradon, France - Sheki, Azerbaijan - New York City (NY), USA - Inverness (IL), usa - North Bay (ON), Canada - Melbourne, Australia - Port Vila, Vanuatu - Tenerife, Spain - Auckland, New Zealand - Forks (WA), USA - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Chateaubriant, France - Madison (WI), USA - Wailea (HI), USA - Orlando (FL), USA - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Ajaccio, France - Baltimore (MD), USA - Crepy-en-Valois, France - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Budapest, Hungary - Lyon, France - Saarbrücken, Germany - Adelaide (SA), Australia - Le Guilvinec, France - River Falls (WI), USA - Stavanger, Norway - Naples (FL), USA - London, UK - La Antigua, Guatemala - Philadelphia (PA), USA - Montréal (QC), Canada - Paris, France - San Diego (CA), USA - Trujillo, Peru - Haninge, Sweden - Prague, Czech Republic - Oslo, Norway - Grenoble, France - Shanghai, China - Toronto (ON), Canada - Durban, South Africa - Zurich, Switzerland[...]

Malaysia International Fireworks Competition


From 18 August 2007 till 2 September 2007, Nations from Australia, Japan, Italy and Malaysia will be competing in the Malaysia International Fireworks Competition (MIFC) for the Merdeka trophy.(loosely translated as the Trophy of Independence) This shot was taken on Wednesday, which was the day when Team Australia competing.

Putrajaya Mosque


This is the Putrajaya Mosque which is modeled after Persian Islamic architecture of the Safavid period with elements derived from other Muslim cultures.

A painting over the wall


This is a painting in a Japanese Restaurant, Shogun. I posted a post about it few days back. I think there's a performance going on and the people in the painting were enjoying watching it. What do you think?

Have a nice weekend, peeps! :)

Twin Towers


I took this shot few months ago - the Petronas Twin Towers which were once the world tallest building from 1998-2004. It would be more beautiful if all the lights had been turned on. I was wondering why the light on the lower part of the building hadn't been switched on. I think it's a good thing because it will prevent the wastage of energy which will reduce the emission of carbon dioxide.

What do you normally do in your daily life in order to save the environment from becoming more and more polluted?

The neglected place


What do you think when you first saw this picture?

"Geez.. What an old tailoring shop.. Who wanna come here and have their clothes done?"

Yeah. You might be right. As the time goes by, many things will be slowly disappearing as they are not that important to be paid attention on. Just like this little tailoring shop.

Perhaps we should pay more attention and see things differently. Perhaps we should use more of our time to see the world; may be in the end of the day, you will get something which is unexpected than you think it might be.

I hope I will be an good observant. Do you?

That sky...


Today it's a sunny day. No raining. It's pretty hot. And I looked up into the sky. How's the weather in your city? I heard there's been very hot in most of your city. Over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, right?

ps: Am going to study now. Will be back for commenting and visiting your blog after this. :)

Japanese buffet, anyone??



This is Shogun, a japanase buffet restaurant in One Utama Shopping Centre. I've been there for dinner to celebrate my friend's birthday. The ambience of Shogun is pretty nice and the food is certainly splendid. The foods have been divided into several section; the sushi bar, the teppanyaki section, the fried foods section, the oh-so-yummy soup section, the drinks section and the desserts section. Pretty many isn't it? Well, it costs RM 52++ per person, which I think it's quite reasonable. Too bad I only had an oyster with cheesy topping [my favorite!!] as only one oyster will be given to each customer. Oh that's alright because there are plenty of grilled seafood to be choosing from! Forget about the calories! Let's enjoy the food!


So what do you like to eat specifically when you're having a buffet?

Life oh life...


As I was walking down the street in the downtown area of Penang, somewhere near the Kimberley Street if I'm not mistaken, I saw this uncle was pushing his 3 wheels bicycle which filled with loads of vegetables on it. I think he was going to somewhere nearby to sell off the vege, or perhaps he was on his way back home? I have no idea. All I can see was the blood-like stains on his pants. Have you noticed that? Was it a real blood stains, I wondered.

Life hasn't been easy. There's a saying that goes, "The rich become richer, the poor become poorer." Even the best developed country has people who're struggling on their living everyday. Don't you think so?

I think the photo somewhat representing what I am saying about. Notice the "Rolex"? Well, link it with the vege-selling man and you will get the picture.

Sleeping Buddha


Sorry guys, been missing for a few days. I was technically in the state of melancholy for the past 2 days. I wish everything will be turned out fine and the issue will be settled as soon as possible so that I will be feeling less troublesome by the problem that I'm facing now. Oh well.

And so I'm looking at the photograph of Sleeping Buddha which was taken during my trip to Penang, to seek the peacefulness within myself. Life has been up and down. A lot of time we seek the "truth" and try to convince ourself that we are not alone from the religious perspective. It might not be a 100% solution to your problem, but at least it will comfort your soul more than a little.



I just got back from Penang yesterday and now I decided to show you guys some of the photos I took in Penang. Sorry to post it up but I really want to show some of the scene in Penang. Hope you guys wouldn't mind. :) This is a sculpture which situated right beside a sculpture of Buddha. It looks quite scary, don't you think? I believe its motive of being such scary is to chase away the evils. This photo was taken in The Sleeping Buddha Temple (Wat Chayamangkalaram) in Penang. Tomorrow I'll show you the sleeping Buddha.

Have you seen this kind of sculpture? Or do you have any kind of similar sculpture in your city?

This is the month.


It's August now. This is the month when we're going to celebrate our 50 years of nationhood and 31st of August is approaching really soon.

The picture was taken at the field placing with the national flag which surrounded by 13 other flags of states in Malaysia and a flag of Federal Territory, right in front of Putrajaya Mosque. And I just shot a part of it which you can see how our national flag looks like.

p/s: Today, I will be going to Penang for a couple of days. So I might not be able to update on a daily basis. :( But I will get back to you guys soon and your comments as well! =)

Have a nice week ahead!

Railway station


This is the Kajang Railway Station which is situated at Jalan Bukit, near the main town of Kajang. After some renovation and touching-up had been done, we have more chairs to sit now, and a bigger place to hide from rain. As you can see from the picture, the blue-yellow train is called KTM. Its efficiency is slower compared with LRT, Starline and Monorail. If I happened to miss the train, I have to wait another 15 min or even more than that for the next train. It's not cool at all if you're in the rush.

I want a sip of that now.


Kilkenny. It's an Irish beer. Has anyone tried it before? I think it's nice! The texture is quite smooth, and not that gassy. It was taken in an Irish bar in KL.

Do you guys drink beer? Or do you prefer wine more? Or anything alcoholic?