The Best Photos of Perak, Malaysia

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Perak, one of the 13 states of Malaysia, is the second largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. There are several versions as to the origin of Perak. Some say that the name 'Perak' came from Bendahara Tun Perak of Malacca while some say that it came from the "glimmer of fish in the water" that sparkled like silver, or Perak as it is known in Malay. Therefore, the mere mention of the state's name will reflect the treasures hidden in its earth.

Let’s discover Perak – The Land of Grace with some of the best shots taken in Perak by our Lomographers!

Credits: ripsta

I’m stunned by this.

Credits: eva_eva

It’s smiling. Can you see that? ;)

Credits: ripsta

Awesome! The shop signage consists of multi-languages! That’s 1 Malaysia for sure!

Credits: sexyinred

Malay wedding. Sweet like no other.

Credits: lawypop

A visit to Kellie’s Castle. The haunted mansion.

Credits: lawypop

And this is the great double exposure at Kellie’s Castle.

Credits: ripsta

I’m here.

Credits: eastmoe

Sunny day at Teluk Batik!

Credits: yokekei

Sweet loving day at the Leaning Tower at Teluk Intan!

Credits: eastmoe

School holiday just ended. Let’s look forward to another new semester!

We are looking for more awesome pictures of Perak so don’t forget to upload them on your LomoHomes and tag the pictures with “Perak” and “Malaysia”! Let’s show off, submit LomoLocations for Perak and earn some scrumptious Piggy Points. Lomo on!

written by eva_eva on 2012-06-27 in #world #locations #photo #the-best #perak #ipoh #malaysia

5 Comments

  1. lawypop
    lawypop ·

    Hello @ripsta @eastmoe @yokekei @eva_eva !! Ipoh is one Awesome place!

  2. ripsta
    ripsta ·

    yeeaahhhh..glad you like it here,hope to seen you all again : )

  3. eastmoe
    eastmoe ·

    walaweiii...

  4. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    I'm from Perak! :D Woohoo!

  5. sexyinred
    sexyinred ·

    i'm not from perak...but i had fall in love with that state :)

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