I am back after a 6-day, 1,600km road trip covering two of the thirteen states in Malaysia: Terengganu, and Pahang, and one Federal territory: Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, with my family.
I left home at 4:30am, when I met this tree along the East-West Highway, it was shivering in 21 degrees C, and at an elevation of 1,050m.
The rain had stopped when we reached Kenyir Lake (point B). We took a boat ride under the midday hot sun. We found no others except a few lonely trees standing in the water during this fasting month for muslim.
The Terengganu State Museum is the largest museum in Malayisa. The vastness of the history simply shows how small we are, especially when there were only a few of us wandering inside the building.
The night and day view of the Crystal Mosque: