# Re - activation of blogspot # ( my Sarawak ...2nd Ed.)
Started by the Indian community at India Street, this supposedly 'Indian mosque' is now frequented more by Malays than Indians. But the date 1834 is worth a a photoshoot if you happen to be in Kuching.
The yellow orchid above is native to Sarawak. I have a few of them at my eco-farm in Bintulu.
Does it look like a tree house? Apparently at Serikin this huge tree trunk holds up the roofing structure of this car parking lot. Serikin is " Little Indonesia" , where Malaysian and foreigners shop for goods traded by Indonesians on Malaysian soil but the currency used is the Malaysia Ringgit.