An old countryside Malay house at Balik Pulau, Penang.
And to all Muslims, Selamat Hari Raya AidilFitri!
The Balik Pulau District Syariah Court built in resemblance of a mosque design, is a court which hears Syariah cases involving Muslims in the Balik Pulau and Southwest District of Penang Island.
Anjung Indah is a mid-way rest place (along Jalan Tun Sardon) in the midst of the hills of Balik Pulau and also provides a scenic view of the western part of Penang. The Penang Durian Festival is usually held at this location.
The new Penang Hill funicular train. It now takes less than 15 minutes to reach the top from the base of the hill.
Passing by a mosque at one of the many small villages in Balik Pulau.
A scenic evening view of the western side of Penang.
Surrounded by lush rainforest and fruit trees (durian trees in particular), this new area extension to the existing park provides a nice recreational park for the public. The Metropolitan Park in Relau is also home to several species of durian trees.
Balik Pulau (literally meaning ‘back of the island’ in Malay) is a town in Penang, Malaysia. It is also one of the thirteen parliamentary constituencies in Penang, stretching about half of Penang Island, from Batu Feringhi at its north to Teluk Kumbar at its south.
Balik Pulau main town roundabout.
The Penang Botanic Gardens, also known as the “Waterfall Gardens” because of the cascading waterfall nearby, is a public park situated on Jalan Air Terjun (Waterfall Road) in George Town on Penang Island, Malaysia. The original gardens were established in 1884 from an old quarry site, under the supervision of Charles Curtis, who was the first superintendent.