Amru Ibnu Al'As Mosque is the first mosque built in Egypt and all of Africe. It was built nearly 1400 years ago during the era of the Rashidun Caliphate. Though it has been repaired and rebuilt so often up to the point where one cannot imagine the original appearance of the building, its historical importance makes this place a must visit.
I had my second visit to the village of Tropheungchuk in September of 2014 and it was even better this time around. Watch and read as I stroll around the paddy fields, find the difference between milled and unmilled rice, hang around with the villagers and learn the spirit of neighbourhood as it should be.
Pantai Air Tawar, Besut is my father's hometown. There's a certain lure to the beach, even if it's clearly poorly maintaned. There's also that odd charm to having your hair trimmed down here in this classic looking barbershop.
Kids have amazing imaginations. They fake fight with each other after watching their favourite TV shows, and their innocence were shown when I brought them to a nearby river for a bath and to catch fishes and prawns. All these were taken at Kampung Sokor, Tanah Merah, Kelantan.
This was taken at a health camp I attended in September near Mukim Ulu Benut, Kluang, Johor. As per tradition before undergoing circumcision, they were paraded around the village and sprayed with water hose afterwards. Not many follow this tradition anymore nowadays, but this one do.
My first entry for this London travelogue. See me stroll along Tower Bridge for a view of Thames River, having a night stroll in London which everyone should do, and stop by Burger & Lobster in Knightsbridge for my first ever lobster experience.