I was invited to see Sekinchan by my friend who’s in the mood for videography, so I packed my camera and swayed out the door for a day close to nature.
Sekinchan is a peaceful place with locals seem living a simple life, simple yet abundant. It is one of Malaysia’s primary rice producers. The vast rice field was overwhelming and the fresh air just made me feel that I indeed escaped from the city. My skin was loving the morning sun rays while the birds’ chirping sound was like music to my ears. Join me as I treat my eyes with blue and green in the beauty of Sekinchan!
We found a nearby temple with serene atmosphere. Don’t forget to remove your sleepers before going inside, it is to show respect. The caretaker stays outside who sells incense and other Chinese stuff I don’t have much knowledge about. My friend bought some and the old man guided us, the old man lit the incense up and my friend began the prayer. Besides being a religious place, I was amazed with some art forms inside the temple.
This is our first part of wandering Sekinchan. Part 2 is HERE!