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Saturday, 10 March 2018

Taiwan Lantern Festival (Part 2) At Jenjarom, Selangor.

This is the continuation of yesterday's post on our visit to the Taiwan Lantern Festival at Jenjarom in Selangor. Today's post is mainly on the animal lanterns from the festival for joining Saturday's Critters. 
 Cute Dalmatian lanterns.
 Swan lanterns.
 Giant size cockerel bowls fountain.
 Pink bunny and yellow carrot
The 3 bears
 Green and yellow bears
 Hanging lanterns.
 From left: revolving dog lantern and sports lantern
 Revolving dog lantern and other lanterns
 Revolving dog lantern from another angle.
Lanterns and graphics
 This is the biggest revolving dog lantern.
It was awarded the biggest revolving dog lantern by The Malaysia Book of Records.
Floral dog lantern
 Giraffes - sculpture or real?
 Penguin lanterns
Sport lantern
 Star lanterns
 Ribbon dancer lantern
 Camel sculptures
 Football lanterns
 Base ball lanterns
 same as above
 Beautiful swan lanterns.
 Swan lanterns and fountain.
Here ends our visit to the Taiwan Lantern Festival.
Baboon and monkey kept in a cage at a fruit farm.


Flattery is a trap; evil men are caught in it, but good men stay away and sing for joy.

(Proverbs 29:5-6, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. Everything was colourful. I wouldn't be able to tell that they are all lanterns. I like the mackerel bowl fountain.

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  2. Amazing and fantastic! Glad you shared so many wonderful photos of the festival!

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  3. Hello, Nancy! The festival looks like a fun time. The Lanterns are beautiful, I love them lit up at night. The fountains are pretty too. The giraffes look real. Sad to see the monkeys in a cage. Thank you so much for linking up your post. I appreciate your comment and visit too. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Happy new week!

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  4. I have been to this place very briefly once but not during the CNY period. Must have taken a lot of work to create all these lanterns.

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    1. Yes, putting up those lanterns and lights is not easy!

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  5. Love all the photos, very interesting place, i can spend all my time taking photos if i am there, the colours are even more vibrant at night!

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    1. Thank you, Libby! It is worth the visit!

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  6. I like the cockerel bowl fountain, very creative, the bunny and bears are cute

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  7. Sad that the monkeys are not free and are living a life in prison!!!
    Otherwise great photos of a fun subject. Cheers Diane

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    1. Thank you, Rhodesia! I agree with you about the monkeys.

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  8. What a lovely post. The colors are wonderful. I would so enjoy visiting here. I think the giraffes are not real.

    Have a fabulous weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! You are right, the giraffes are not real. Lol

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  9. Very cute and cool and colorful lanterns! The lanterns on critters and kids are adorable... Beautiful light work too

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  10. hat an amazing festival, the lanterns were brilliant a true feast for the eyes.

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  11. I am guessing that the giraffes are not real. Am I right? I love all of these. Especially the sports, swans, and ribbon dancers. And the penguins! Gorgeous post today!! So much to see.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! You have guessed right! There are not real! Lol!

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  12. That is an amazing festival!

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  13. Wow, I thought that by the twenty-first century we had gotten past the point where we keep wild animals in cages. That is truly sad.

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    1. It is sad to see these animals kept in cages.

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  14. This portion of the lantern festival is super nice.

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