The statue of a lion greeting visitors near
the entrance ofthe front prayer hall
A door general ('mooi sin') standing tall as soon
as you enter the front prayer hall
A large embossed painting of a 100 children at the inner
courtyard which is believed to signify the continuity of generations
A close-up view: The sweets are held close together
and resemble a cone, and are placed at the prayer altar
Date: 9th Oct '10 (Sat.)
It was initially intended to be a casual shoot (I did not even have a tripod with me at that time) but I am quite pleased with the outcome for most of the images here which were mostly shot wide open without a flash unit.
We enjoyed our ferry ride ( to and fro), and even lost our way momentarily in Raja Uda.