Friday, 14 November 2008

SkyWatch Friday - Eye On Malaysia in Melaka



The Eye On Malaysia that was previously located in Lake Titiwangsa has been moved down to my hometown, Melaka. It was launched on last Friday evening. I went down to the site to take some photos of sunrise on Sunday morning. Glad to share them here with all of you for Sky Watch Friday. The new location for Eye On Malaysia is in Kota Laksamana, Melaka. The site is not completed yet. There is a plan to build a marina just next to it. It would be a beautiful tourist spot as many new tourist attractions are added here to make it more convenient to reach the location.

I am truly proud of the efforts that Malaccan Tourism department is putting into making my small hometown more attractive for tourists.

My previous postings on Eye On Malaysia while it was in its original location, Lake Titiwangsa:
Happy SkyWatch Friday to all!! Wish you a lovely weekend ahead. Please visit Sky Watch Portal hosted by Old Tom Wigley to view skies around the world.

12 comments:

alicesg said...

That is nice to have the eye in Malacca, nearer to me...hehehe. I would like to visit Malacca and Genting soon (hopefully).

bintang said...

Wow..you get up early on the sunday morning ;).
Great shot..

Denise said...

What an incredible view from the top it will have. Well composed, lovely sky behind the Eye. Great photo!

Jim said...

Nice SWF.

Photo Cache said...

Very nice shot.

jonemo said...

I thought for a moment this was London :)

Kay said...

This is such a lovely idea for a Sky Watch photo. Very well done!

Grammy said...

I love your photo it is amazing.
Happy SWF!

PixieKatten said...

I love the angle and the compositon of this photo. What an amazing ferris wheel and the colours are so beautiful. Great pick for SWF! :)

Ivar Ivrig said...

A wonderful idea for SWF. It looks like London Eye in some way

fishing guy said...

What a neat sky and wheel your have shown in the sky.

Tabib said...

Beautiful Sky/Sunset,
Nice composition too.

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith