Location: Melaka, Malaysia (2� 12' 0? N, 102� 15' 0? E)
Date: 21 August 2010; 5.20pm
Camera: Canon 300D with kit lens

Melaka is one of Malaysia�s only 4 UNESCO Heritage Site and is the latest entry, together with Georgetown. I will deal with that in a later post. In towns south of Kuala Lumpur, one often sees tall aerials like these outside buildings. These special aerials are erected high above buildings so that the owners can receive TV broadcasts from far-away Singapore. Having such aerials give the owners access to (now) 6 more terrestrial channels on top of Malaysia�s own terrestrial channels without having to pay anything extra. This is quite attractive as Singapore�s programs are often newer than Malaysia�s. However one is likely to see less of such aerials as time goes by. These days in the age of satellite and cable TV�s, nearly all families in Malaysia subscribe to satellite TV. The contents of the such broadcasters are quite similar as they all offers the same few networks (at different prices between countries) such as ESPN, Star, HBO, BBC, Discovery etc.

Monday, August 23, 2010


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