Monday, October 12, 2015

Miscellaneous Picture #46: The old Courthouse

Albeit belated post, here are some beautiful photos to share with you. I took those photographs end of last month when we went to the Fiesta Makan in Kuching Waterfront.

We passed by the old Kuching Courthouse en route to the Waterfront and while we were there, we hang out for a while and snapped some photos. 

This old courthouse has some sentimental values for us as it was hubby's first project when he came to Kuching. He supplied the belian woods for its roof and flooring. And this venue was one of my wedding shots venue. I love the old fixtures and the colonial look of the building.







Eerie-looking

Glad we brought the children here so they can enjoyed and seen one of the historical buildings around the city. They may not understand now but it is our duty to tell them on our history and what we preserved and valued.

10 comments:

suituapui said...

Heritage! Glad that it is so well-preserved. If I am not mistaken, there is a restaurant there, Little Lebanon. Never been, dunno good or not.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Looks quiet, not much people there..

Princess Ribbon said...

Looks peaceful, weather cooling, good for slow-walking.. Nice..

ChrisAu said...

Thought you are taking a break from blogging but you are back quite fast...hahah..probably missing us.
Oh..the court looks very calm and peaceful. It's good for the court attendees, help them to relax their minds.

Nancy Chan said...

Its a beautiful place, heritage building and well kept garden. The place is also clean and neat too!

mun said...

I would be scared to go there. So eerie looking. Glad to see your photos instead so no need to go there.

Merryn said...

Looks like a very quiet and peaceful place. Nice to spend the day like this.

Agnes said...

very nice architecture..still hoping to visit Kuching soon.

Sharon D said...

Greenery and heritage - both my favourite. I love the serenity of the place. Wish we had more of this scenery around town.

Shirley Tay said...

I've to admit the place looks like a great place for wedding photography. xoxo