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People of Kampong Ayer... Series 2

Check out part one of our intrepid guide's account of
the Kg Ayer outing here.


  1. Ohhh lawa the photos above atu semua!! I especialy love the one yang splashing water atu and this boy in red!! *double thumbs up*

  2. mama-lo: the more I visit Kg Ayer, the more I find to photograph... its a treasure trove of "kodak moments"! Something potential tourists will surely savour!

    The people of kg ayer have won me over. I get that warm fuzzy feeling whenever I think of kg ayer now :)

  3. wow! i really like this blog... and i like the pictures too. esp the picture where showing children play with water in kampong ayer..... very excellent job.....


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