18/04/2014

Travel :: nature of Fraser's Hill November 2013


salam,

throwback of my family gathering on 22-23 November 2013 to Fraser's Hill, Pahang.



on the way to Fraser's Hill, one of our spot to take a break and snap a photo




chrysanthemum flower at Fraser's Hill Garden Centre



zoom of chrysanthemum



red rose flower at Fraser's Hill Garden Centre


zoom of red rose



'no name' flower at Fraser's Hill Garden Centre
who know what is the name of this flower, let me know please
^_^



garbage at Fraser's Hill Garden Centre 



 Orthosiphon Stamineus @ Misai kucing at Fraser's Hill Garden Centre



zoom of Orthosiphon Stamineus



one of view at Allan's Water
 


one of souvenirs shop near Clock Tower Fraser's Hill



Fraser's Hill Golf Club (FHGC)
 


popular spot at Fraser's Hill, clock tower



YEAY!!! happy face of us at clock tower Fraser's Hill



Fraser's Hill
The location is one of Malaysia's few pristine forests, with a high level of biodiversity, first recognized by the botanist H. N. Ripley in 1897.
Fraser's Hill derives its name from Louis James Fraser, a solitary Scottish pioneer, who set up a tin-ore trading post in the 1890s. The British army had not explored the Titiwangsa Range, so Fraser recruited guides and coolies for an expedition to the upper ridges, prospecting for gold or other valuable metals. At the top he found an ancient forest of moss-draped trees and ferns with a prehistoric appearance, kept constantly moist in the cloud layer. ~source~



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The no name flower as you mentioned is apaganthus or best known as egyptian lily (lily of the nile).

maszmadi muhamad said...

ok, thank you Anonymous or the info