Sekinchan Malaysia: Sea and Wishing Tree (Part 2/2)

 

It was a sunny day as we continue to explore the beautiful place of Sekinchan. We spotted a man patiently waiting for his next catch, his plastic bag was full of fishes trying to escape. We were excited for the next thud from the fishing rod wondering how huge or small the catch was. You wouldn’t mind sitting there waiting as the shore brings calm atmosphere. Β You might also enjoy flying kites with your kids, I think a good way to bond. No way you cannot notice their vivid colors.

Visitors also come to see the Red Temple (I wasn’t able to confirm the exact temple name) to lit up their incense and offer some prayers. All walks of life go in and out of the door with faith and respect. Β A gigantic tree also captured my attention. At first, you would wonder what are those red things hanging all over its branches. Β Found out that it’s a wishing tree.

Inside the temple are blank red cloths to which you could write down your wishes or prayers, it could be anything. At the end of each cloth is a small round metal which will make it easier for you to throw it into the tree. The higher, the better.

Refreshment and food are also available. We ordered coconut juice to cease the hot temperature from roaming around. You can also climb to the cute tree houses nearby. And if you want something to bring home, like their sweet mangoes, fruit sellers are found randomly on the road.

It was just a day trip but packed with interesting adventures. Go visit Sekinchan and have a wonderful experience!

If you missed the Part 1, HERE it is!Β  πŸ˜‰

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A good spot to bring your fishing rod and bring home some good catch.
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Big one!
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Careful on your steps while trying to find your spot for a good shot.
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Simple houses built beside the shore of this abundant place.
Kite
Who wouldn’t notice that? Vivid kites.
Kite
Find time to bond with your kids. Why not fly kites with them?
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Faith and respect inside this Chinese temple.
incense
I looked at the ashes and tried to imagine how many prayers were uttered.

 

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Let your heart’s desire be written on this red wishing cloth.
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Hanging wishes.
wishes
Watching an old man writing down with faith and hope.
coconut
Coconut juice to quench your thirst.
coconut
Oh I love it!
fruit stand
Fruit stands randomly found on the road.
corn
Looking fresh.

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    1. Lol, that’s the thing, I wasn’t able to. It took a while before I figured out what’s really goin on there. The old man I asked doesn’t know how to speak English.

      By the way, I can’t access your site. Maybe you changed the link?

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