MY-Postcards (The Sepia Collection )

Hinduism is one of the major components in the religious fabric of Malaysia and the country abounds with many beautiful and intricately sculptured temples. 
Reflecting on a bygone era, barber shops such as these are an invitation to experience a good haircut the old fashioned way.
The Penang Ferry has for many years provided a leisurely and scenic link for pedestrians and vehicular traffic between the island and Penisular Malaysia.
Either in convertible or saloon form, the trishaw is a pollution-free and enjoyable mode of transportation in Malaysia.
The trishaw is one of the last bastions of technology and is a charming way to take in the sights and sounds of the island of Penang.
Seat of the Malaysian judiciary, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur houses the nation's highest court.
The Jamek mosque in Kuala Lumpur is arguably one of the most lyrically designed Moorish styled mosques in Malaysia.
Capture the sights and sounds of the street markets of Penang in the comfort of a trishaw or simply mingle with the crowd.
"Have bread will travel" might well be the catchphrase for this mobile bakery which is to be found in almost any city in Malaysia.
Nestled among the tress and shrubs, this intricately patterned Asli home of uncommon beauty has become a rare sight in modern Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur's former Railway Station was build in 1911, and was once dubbed the "grandest station in Southeast Asia" by Paul Theroux. It has seven minarets and two 30-metre high domes.
Nestled on the banks of the Kelang River, Masjid Jamek (right) was designed by A. B Hubbock, and completed in 1909. The shophouses on the left feature British, Dutch and Islamic influences.
Medan Pasar in Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown during the late 1930's. The Clock Tower in the middle of the square was built in 1937 to commemorate the coronation of King George VI.
Market Street (now known as Lebuh Pasar Besar) in the early 1940's showcasing a building of Neo-Classical architectural elements that feature shutters and heavy pillars.

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