May 24, 2013
Peranakan Museum in Penang

Malaysia’s Favorite Destination: Penang in Photos

Where is your favorite place in Malaysia? “Where is your favorite place in Malaysia?” I asked my Malaysian friends. More than half of them answered “Penang”. I never made it to Penang during my first and second visit to Malaysia. […]
May 10, 2013

Runaway Photo: Malaysia through Mobile Photography

  Malaysia with iPhone 3G The third time back to one of my favourite countries in the world, Malaysia, was a full of surprises and delights. Once more, I realized why I love this place so much. My cameras were […]
May 3, 2013
Boh Tea Centre in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Runaway Photo: Cameron Highlands Tea Country, Malaysia

A Very Special Visit to Cameron Highlands Visiting the Cameron Highlands is like going to the Vatican City as a Catholic. Maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the feeling of what I wanted to share. I’m […]
November 3, 2011

Runaway Photo: Bukit China of Malacca, Malaysia

    Malacca is a peaceful little town in southern Malaysia. It was a great destination between two big cities; Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The best ways to look around Malacca are bike ride and walk. One day, my friend […]
May 25, 2011

Runaway Photo: KK Night Market, Borneo, Malaysia

  Before I say anything, I confess, this fish in the main photo scared me. I have no idea what’s the name of the fish but I didn’t think the colour was eatable. I mean, have you seen anything eatable […]
May 11, 2011
Kota Kinabalu Malaysia Sunset

Runaway Photo: Borneo Sunset

  “We are late!” “For what?” “But it’s okay we still can catch the best part!”   We were quicken our steps toward to the water front of Kota Kinabalu(or KK, like everyone calls it). I’ve noticed that sun was […]
March 24, 2011
National Mosque of Malaysia

Runaway Photo: Masjid Negara, National Mosque of Malaysia

    *Location : Masjid Negara, National Mosque of Malaysia *Occasion : Religion is something I want to learn. Not that I want to madly believe one specific religion, it is because it has been the part of history, cultural […]