At the same place, but at a different wall.
I don’t know what it means, but it’s kinda cute…
One of the graffiti that has a Sabahan theme in it.
These are some of the graffiti and street art that you can see at the heart of Kota Kinabalu. Just a mere 1-minute walk from my clinic.
This is another plaque which is dedicated to 641 British Servicemen who died in Sandakan P.O.W. Camp in Kundasang War Memorial. Photo courtesy of Anthony Catherall.
Mount Kinabalu seen from Kundasang War Memorial, covered with clouds. Photo courtesy of Anthony Catherall.
You can read this palque in Kundasang War Memorial. “This memorial garden is dedicated to the memory of the 1,800 Australian and 600 British servicemen who perished in the P.O.W. camps in Sandakan and in the 3 forced marches from Sandakan to Ranau, and of the many Sabahans who suffered death trying to assist them.”
Tarap, Durian and Cempedak – three local tropical fruits that you can easily get if during its season. This photo is taken at Sunday Market, Gaya Street.
Sunset at Tanjung Aru, First Beach. Playing beach soccer with friends.
Elephant footprint @ Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Kota Kinabalu.