Location : Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
The last couple of days witnessed Kuching at its most colourful state ever seen. FB photographers had a field day. Council street sweepers worked extra hard.
Like a stroke of magic from Mother Earth, streets of Kuching were showered with white, pink, crimson, yellow and orange flowers…..from trees some more than half a century old. Generous late bloomers! Never have we seen here of such phenomenal range and variety. This is one climatic change we will embrace, anytime.
The Tabebuia is native to Central and South America. It is the national tree of El Salvador. In Malaysia, it is popularly known as “Cherry Blossoms or Sakura” tree and “tissue-paper” tree.