Breathtaking Tree Life

PENGUSAHA BUAH TIN BSA FIGS GARDEN
A good source of dietry from common fig or local call Buah Tin at Batu Pahat farm. Picture by Adi Safri.
BONSAI
President for Malaysian Penjing for Creative Arts Association, Michael Siow with his bonsai tree collection at Taman Bukit Maluri, Kuala Lumpur picture by Asyraf Hamzah
SAIFUL NIZAM / USAHAWAN PERIA KATAK
Farmer, Saiful Nizam Ibrahim examined the bitter gourd tree he planted in Hulu Langat. Picture by Rohanis Shukri.
AIR NIRA KELAPA / TERENGGANU
Dol Abd Latif, 45, climbed coconut trees for fresh Nira or coconut wine collected for his customers in Kampung Bukit Kemas, Kelulut. Picture by Mohd Syafiq Ridzuan Ambak.
GETAH / AYER BALOI
A daily rush for Ahmad to work in his rubber plantation in early morning at Kampung Parit Kahar, Ayer Baloi, Pontian. Picture by Mohd Khairul Helmy Mohd Din.
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Dusky langur or known as Lotong by local people is observing in Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest. photograph by Rasul Azli Samad.
POKOK HUJAN-HUJAN
First public garden in Malaysia with scenic lakes and ponds, which highlight the golden rain trees planted along the pathway. picture by Effendy Rashid.
HAKISAN PANTAI / TERENGGANU
A tree that still remains behind coastal erosion following the heavy waves that occurred in Kampung Kolam, Kuala Nerus. Picture Mohd Syafiq Ridzuan Ambak.
MERAWAT POKOK
Among the oldest trees in Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. Photograph by Rosela Ismail. 
NEWS
Among the basil species of Kemangi located in Bukit Bendera about 833 meter above sea level, Penang. Photo by Shahnaz Fazlie Shahrizal.

 

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