WARNING: Bandwidth sucker!!
I went to Malaysia China Friendship Park at Jalan Song in the afternoon of 29th June 2006 and took quite a number of photos of the place. I had went there before and it was at night. Took heaps of photots of the garden. Thought that there won’t be anyone there or at least only a few. It’s only 3pm++ in the afternoon, there’re already so many people there!!! Beating the scorching sun, they were there to rest/relax in those shades/huts but we were busy shooting photos. I’m sure they think that we are crazy enough to take photos at hour like this. Hahaahhaha…
Left: The globe opposite the entrance.
Right: The main entrance.
Left: The fountain.
Right: Hmmm… 6 huge coins in there. Some people treated it as wishing well. You can see coins that people thrown in there.
Left: You can learn about M’sia here.
Right: View from the garden. There are rows of shops opposite the garden.
View from the “boat” where the statue of Admiral Cheng Ho is standing.
Left: Tortoise!!! So cute, it was swimming towards our direction and good thing I have optical zoom and took its photo.
Right: The so called wishing well. Lots of fish in there. Actually there’re fishes everywhere. So long that there are water, there will be fishes.
Left: The bridge. The “wishing well” is in the middle of the bridge.
Right: Another entrance from the other side. Previously we went in via this entrance. This is the main entrance too I guess… *SHRUG* Where the actual main entrance? ;-P
Some views of the garden…
Left: The restaurant.
Right: The entrance view from the reflexology path.
Left: I’m walking on the reflexology path. Not that painful but when you stop… WOW… The pain came. It’s not supposed to be that hurt but because some skins below my feet was peeling off and it’s not heal yet and from the 3 inches heels I wore for my studio photoshoot that morning, then with my 2 inches heels I wore to this garden, it’s so painful ahhaha… Not only that, the sun was so strong that it heated the stones… Man… it’s hot when walked on it. Oh… must walked barefoot ok?
Right: Some plants next tot the restaurant.
Left: Fish… more fish!!
Right: The restaurant again.
Here’s the garden trademark! “LET THERE BE LIGHT!!! OPEN THE SKY!!” HAHAHAHH… The statue of admiral Cheng Ho. The picture is dark because I’m shooting against the sun.
Left: The view of the pond. Too bad the water lilies weren’t bearing flowers like previously.
Right: KUCHING!!! How can we missed this in Kuching. There’s “kucing”(in malay) everywhere in Kuching!-_*