Gua Musang

June 6th, 2013 § 2 comments

Can’t really tell how many rounds I have been to this beautiful place as it’s one of my favourite route toward East Coast Malaysia. To cut it short, you may find numerous mesmerizing lime mountains, Caves, and a controversial Chinese temple allegedly found 600 years ago, as old as Malay Sultanate. Their train station used to be favourite spot for photography enthusiasts as it was build right in front of gigantic lime mountain, unfortunately, this wooden building has been abandoned and being replaced by newly built bored and ugly facility.

Should have go for Toto or Magnum…

Train station Gua Musang has eventually becomes a public space for people to bersembang.

There is a secluded kampung built by a numbers of Indonesian not far from the station.

Indon abang trying to offer us for Gua Adventuring, but we rejected his kindness as we were afraid of any “terms & conditions”.

Kids always excited with the presence of visitors.

Taken this photo for no reason, simply love the pattern and the old school Iswara.

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