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Monday, 1 August 2016

Clock Tower At Fraser's Hill Town Centre, Pahang.

After Allan's Water, we stopped at the town centre where the clock tower covered with creeper vines of Fraser's Hill is. We have to pass by here to go back to Arundel bungalow. Since we were still early, we stopped to explore and take some photos.
This popular Clock Tower was built in 1989.
Creeper vines covered the clock tower in the town centre.
 Post Office on the left. Built in 1923.
The fence and gate pillars are covered with creeper vines.
 Police station on the left and Clinic on the right.
Outpatient clinic on the left, taken from another angle.
Outpatient clinic. Built in 1919.
Police station built in 1919.
Beautiful flowering plants on the right.
I wanted ice-cream but all were sold out or empty. 
There is a restaurant here but it was not open.
Rows of colourful plants and flowers.
 Can someone please help to identify this beautiful plant?
 Puncak Inn was under renovation when we were here about 14 years ago.
There is a restaurant on the ground floor.
List of things to do while in Fraser's Hill.
Tourist Information Centre at ground floor of Puncak Inn.
A friend trying out one of the bicycles for rent.
 Unknown dainty pink flowers in front of Puncak Inn.
Finished the sightseeing, its time for lunch.
Come, let's go back to the bungalow!

Dear friends, while you are waiting for these things to happen

and for him to come, try hard to live without sinning;

and be at peace with everyone so that he will

be pleased with you when he returns.

(2 Peter 3:14, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. The clock tower is beautiful! It even has a pretty roof! I also love the placement of ivy on the post office.The restaurant has the strangest roof over the front door! So did you play mini golf? They have lots of fun things to do! Blow pipes are strange!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. We didn't play any of the games listed. The place was quite quiet except for a few cars and tourists like us There is no group tours that we can see.

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  2. Sorry, not able to tell you the name of the flowers..maybe shld ask the Malaysian gardeners :) I am keen to know too.

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    1. Yes, maybe I should do that. I don't think it will grow well here.

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  3. What a beutiful place <3
    That plant might be Impatiens walleriana / Impatiens x hawkeri ?

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    1. Thank you, dear for the names of the plant. I think it looked more like Impatiens x hawkeri. They are very bright and pretty.

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  4. Ginny is always very observant! hahaha.. So you all went sightseeing and most importantly is the food at the bungalow... hahahaa... I also will look forward to that!

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    1. After all the walking, we looked forward to our lunch.

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    1. Thank you, Vildana. Have a great day!

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  6. I love that the tower is covered with plants.

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  7. Glad they maintained those old buildings and houses. Fraser's Hill is a nice place to explore.

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    1. Not much development here. Nature lovers will love this place.

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  8. They sure need to keep the vines trimmed.

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    1. We have to thank the workers for keeping the vines trimmed and place neat and tidy.

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  9. You certainly took us on a wonderful sightseeing tour with you, such a lovely place to visit. I loved all the vines growing on everything. Some lovely old buildings.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. I am glad you enjoyed the photos.

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  10. The creeper vines are so pretty and green! Thanks for the photo. Very nice place!

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  11. I love the greenery and flowers! That beautiful plant looks like Impatiens but the leaves tell me it is not.

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong. Someone suggested the name and I googled and sure it is Impatiens x hawkeri.

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  12. The buildings are very well maintained. Lovely way of using creepers...enjoyed going through the pictures!

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  13. So nice that they retain many of the colonial style buildings. Reminds me of a proper English village in the countryside.

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    1. Now I know why it is called "My Little England".

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  14. So pretty and I love the old buildings. I am amazed the clock still works with all that creeper growing over it!! Have a good day Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Have a wonderful day!

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Makes me feel I am in another country.

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  16. A very quaint & charming village! The clock tower is a ver nice feature!
    Loved this tour, Nancy!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. Have a lovely day!

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  17. What a lovely place to relax. So many things to do too. And then there is the food.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. We had a wonderful time at Fraser's Hill.

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  18. The clock tower is beautiful and this is such a lovely place to explore and relax.

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    1. Thank you, Linda. We hope to return soon in the future.

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  19. your architecture is really nice and so different from European one

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. They are more like English architecture.

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  20. I love the clock tower and the flowers. What a beautiful post :)


    xoxo
    www.bellezzefelici.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Elena. Have a beautiful day!

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  21. I love this corner of Fraser's Hill. It has a romantic feel about it. The architecture is nice to look at too. :)

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    1. We have been here a few times and it still have a magical hold on us.

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  22. Excellent post (as always)!Thank you very much :) xx

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    1. Thank you, Beauty. Have a great day!

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  23. Love those old English-style buildings.

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    1. Looked like we were holidaying in England.

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  24. I always wonder with vines or ivy like that, what damage it's doing to the structure.

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    1. It does look pretty on the surface but we do not know what's is happening beneath the surface.

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  25. I like the clock tower and the last second photo with the pink flowers

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