Images by Shah Said

Image of The Week (ITW)


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The Penang Hill Line. A ride on the Penang Hill line can be a thrill, depending on how you define ‘thrill’. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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A wall of lovers’ locks locked into place, at Penang Hill. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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Artists’ Row at Penang Hill, where you can get a portrait of yourself professionally done, there and then. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)



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The red gate to the Japanese Garden at the Penang Botanical Gardens. (Photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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At Entopia, butterflies are let free to roam and fly wherever they please. Here, butterflies of different types converge at the hibiscus shrubs for their daily nectar fix. (photo credit : Shah Said; @ all rights reserved)


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Butterflies galore at The Butterfly Farm, Entopia. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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The grounds of the Terengganu State Museum, Kuala Terengganu. The design, layout and the landscaping of the museum is not typical of a museum, which sets the tone for a fun visit to the Terengganu State Museum. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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The courtyard of the Putra Mosque at Dataran Putra, Putrajaya where the Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia is also located. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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The entrance to Istana Maziah, with the Terengganu crest on top of the entrance. (Photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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The Prime Minister’s Office Complex, the central seat of executive power in Malaysia. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved)


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Kanching Eco Park, – The rush of water as it cascades down to converge and form the cascading waterfalls of the Kanching Eco Park. (photo credit : Shah Said ; @ all rights reserved


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Park at Armenian Street, George Town, Penang. Convenient especially when the weather is hot and you need a bit of rest and a bit of shade. (photo credit : nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


Evening stroll by the beach front at Teluk Cempedak, Kuantan. To the right of the image are the wide open seas of the South China Sea. (photo credit : nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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Street Art in and about Armenian Street, George Town, Penang. (photo credit : nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved


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Empangan Machap is a water catchment area in the vicinity of Machap, Johor. In addition, its also a popular fishing spot for freshwater fishing enthusiasts. (Photo credit : nachmeinemeinung)


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An urban courtyard in Putrajay, offering a place and space to unwind and relax. (Photo credit : nachmeinemeinung ; all rights reserved)


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Street art found in and around Georgetown’s Armenian Street, Penang. (@ all rights reserved)


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The long-tailed monkeys of Jugra, perched on strategic positions on a tree in the compounds of what used to be the palace of the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Abdul Samad atop Bukit Melawati. (@ all rights reserved)


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photo credit : nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved


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Putrajaya is the administrative centre of the Malaysian Federal government. In spite of its designation as the Federal government’s administrative centre, the buildings that form the Putrajaya skyline are not typical of government office buildings, with each building designed to have its own unique characteristics. An example in point would be this metallic archway situated opposite the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya. (nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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The Islamic Heritage Park of Kuala Terengganu. Opened in 2008, it houses the Crystal Mosque on its grounds as well as a Monument Park which houses 22 models of the most notable mosques in the Islamic world. (@ all rights reserved)


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The Crystal Mosque of Kuala Terengganu. Located within the compounds of the Islamic Heritage Park, it was officially declared opened in 2008 by the 13th DYMM SPB Yang Di Pertuan Agong, His Majesty The King and Supreme Head of Malaysia, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin of Terengganu. (@ all rights reserved)


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Image of the Kuala Ibai lagoon during low tide (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


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By The Poolside (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


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An urban garden in the heart of Putrajaya. A fine place to relax, unwind and reflect. (nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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An urban courtyard in Putrajaya, where symmetry and balance is key. (nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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The Palace of Justice located in Putrajaya, as viewed from across the boulevard, is not only the home of the Malaysian justice system but also serves as its symbol. (nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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The ‘Troll’ of Lata Kinjang. This fascinating image was captured at the Lata Kinjang Eco Park in Tapah, Perak. It does makes you wonder.(nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


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A view of a section of the cascading waterfalls at Kanching Eco Park, Selangor. The sight of clear water gushing down the slopes whilst smoothening the rocks’ edges, does bring about a cooling effect, especially on a hot and humid day.(nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


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The corridor, on the first floor of Kellie’s Castle, where numerous sightings of William Kellie’s spirit walking along the corridor have been reported. Try walking along the corridor and feel the hairs on your back stand. Even in broad daylight. Try it! (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


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The mangrove swamp provides the shores a natural barrier from the ravages of the open seas. In addition, it also acts as a safety zone for the young of numerous sea creatures as the water currents in the mangrove swamp are not as strong and swift as in the open seas. The mangrove swamp featured here is located in Tanjung Balau, Johor. (nachmeinemeinung ; @ all rights reserved)


Walking along Jonker Street in the historical city of Melaka can be an arduous task, what with the volume of people making their way along the narrow street. For some, after ‘suffering’ the unrelenting flow of human traffic, the sight of a ‘watering hole’ is very much a welcomed sight. Even if its along an alley. (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


A bamboo canopy formed not only to protect you from the hot sun but also adds to the ambience that is Jonker Street, Melaka. (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)


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Inviting for they who want a bit of shade and respite from the hot weather.(nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved


The image of the Mother Hen followed closely by her little retinue, as she goes about her business, was taken at Kg Baru Penarik, in Setiu, Terengganu. (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved


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The Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque (nachmeinemeinung @ all rights reserved)



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