Who needs Japan when we can have our own sakura festival right here in Penang! As we are all aware, Penang is currently dyed in pink. And no matter where you turn, you can find at least one Tecoma tree blooming majestically, waiting to be adored. Since you can only find these kinds of scenes in Japan, locals are definitely delighted with Penang’s current look.
Here Are 20 Instaworthy Spots To Enjoy Blooming Tecoma Tree In Penang
We have no idea who planted them but Penang is currently covered with pink and white Tecoma trees. And the views are to die for. However, we do know that four years ago, Seberang Perai Municipal Council (MPSP) President, Datuk Rozali Mohamud decided to plant 3,002 Tecoma trees around 13 spots in Seberang Perai. And boy oh boy, aren’t we all glad for this ingenious plan. Fast forward today, we are able to enjoy long spans of scenic streets filled with majestic pink trees.
The spread of pink flowers resembles very closely to blooming sakura trees. Making it impossible not to strike a pose for the gram. So if you are planning to do just that, here are 20 places In Penang that are bedecked with Tecoma trees that you should definitely check out.
1. Seri Tanjung Pinang
Bayan Lepas District
2. USM Bayan Lepas
3. Sungai Nibong Highway
4. Jalan Tun Sardon
North Seberang Perai District
5. Taman Bagan (Jalan Bagan 45)
6. Taman Riang
7. Taman Perda Indah
8. Jalan Sungai Lokan
Middle Seberang Perai District
9. Kolam tadahan (wet pond) bersebelahan Ibu Pejabat MPSP, Bandar Perda
10. Rezab Jalan Bulatan Bukit Tengah
11. Rezab Parit Monsun (Sebelah Masjid), Bandar Perda
12. Taman Tunku (Belakang Kompleks Sony)
13. Autocity Juru
South Seberang Perai District
14. Taman Rekriasi Valdor
15. Taman Belatuk | Taman Bersatu
16. Taman Seri Bayu
17. Bandar Tasek Mutiara (Lorong 12 SS/2 and Lorong 3 SS/3)
19. Paya Keladi
20. Sungai Acheh
Let’s Go Photo Hunting!
Now that the list is out, it is time for us to whip up the camera and start posing! We only get to enjoy these wondrous scenes once in a blue moon so don’t be shy and start photo hunting today! Who knows, maybe there’s a hidden “sakura” tree around your neighbourhood. Do share with us in the comment section if we missed any other “Malaysia Sakura tree” spots in Penang
Source: Sinar Harian
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