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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Lake Garden, Kuala Lumpur

topiary garden
garden that can be eat?

was a simple pathway 20 years ago

green way

Friday, April 8, 2011

Images of East Coast, Malaysia

Limestone of Gua Musang, Kelantan
Wooden Structure middle of Bazaar Warisan, Kuala Trengganu

exquisite detailing

delicious sata

Arab Street, Singapore

Masjid Sultan, Singapore

If you are looking for Singapore trinkets  etcetera, head to Arab Street
Area behind Masjid Sultan were known for its various tourist watering hole; Malays, Indian will usually thronged this enclaves during carnival to look good quality fabrics 

Butchart Garden, Victoria, BC

Benvenuto, Italian for 'welcome', is the name the Butcharts used for their original estate, now a National Historic Site of Canada, and still privately owned by family descendants. The Butchart Gardens offers 22ha (55 acres) of wonderful floral display located in Greater Victoria on Vancouver Island. The family's commitment to horticulture and hospitality continues to this day

its flower all around

old quarry turn into a fountain

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, Ipoh Perak

The memorial clock tower was constructed in 1909 in memory JWW Birch, first British Resident to Perak slain while taking bath at riverside in Pasir Salak.

The clock which chime every hour ironically located on Dato Maharaja Lela Street, Perak Malay nobleman who mastermind the British Resident due to his 'loud mouth' and overbearing attitude toward the natives

The International Garden Festival Chaumont sur Loire, France


The International Garden Festival has been providing a unique panorama of landscape design all over the world since 1992.

In 20 seasons, almost 500 gardens have been designed, which are prototypes of the gardens of the future.

At the same time a source of ideas and a nursery for talent, the festival gives an extra boost to the art of gardens and gains the interest of both the public and those in the trade by displaying new flower arrangements, new materials, new ideas and new approaches. The diversity and the high quality of the projects have contributed to the festival’s international reputation, which has become an indisputable meeting place for displaying the work of a new generation of landscape gardeners, architects, designers or gardeners.