I was in Sekinchan last Sunday and was very excited standing at this spot enjoying this breathtaking scenery.

I supposed this is not a river where water flows from the upstream but a man-made irrigation canal for the paddy fields. There are sluices at each stream connecting to every compartment of the paddy fields.

I guess the other half of the paddy field is also about to be harvested very soon.

I also visited the sea side of Sekinchan..

This picture is taken by the opposite side of the river mouth where the more popular Pantai Redang is located.


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