Check out my Sekinchan paddy field photos which I took some time ago.
Sekinchan is a small Chinese fishing village located in the Sabak Bernam District of Selangor, Malaysia.
One lazy hazy afternoon I took a leisure drive to Sekinchan aka the rice bowl of Selangor.
This place grows one of the highest rice yields in Malaysia.
The journey took me about an hour plus from Kuala Lumpur.
Every now and then, I love visiting smaller quaint pekan (town) around Malaysia, to get away from the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur city.
After a tiring drive, I took a break in an old wooden kopi-tiam (coffee shop) for a cup of kopi-O kaw (black coffee) and a set of roti bakar (toasted bread).
Then I took a slow drive around the countryside and using my cellphone camera I took some photos of lush green paddy field or sawah padi Sekinchan and its surrounding picturesque landscape.
This is great town for KL folks to getaway for the weekend.
It is not too far away and it is easy to locate the place.
The pace of life here is slow and easy.
Take your time to drive around the Chinese new village to take in the pleasant sights.
You can see elderly men while away their time in coffee shops and under big shady trees.
Don’t worry about food. There are ample restaurants and cafes in this small fishing town.
For those of you who love fresh and reasonably-priced seafood, then this is the place for you.
Oh yes, Sekinchain even has small secluded beach called Pantai Redang, which is very popular with the local folks.
Anyway, here are some of Sekinchan paddy field photos:
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