A trishaw.
This photo was taken outside the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in Penang, Malaysia.
The blue color was created using the crushed petals of a local flower, in an attempt to match the original 19th century color. The mansion was recently restored, and is now a functioning guest house and is open for tours. It was also used as a setting for the movie ‘Indochine’.

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  • kookylane
    kookylaneover 7 years ago

    Crushed petals of flower?!!!! such beautifull colour, didn’t know you can do that, should be better than the normal chemical paint.

  • energymagic
    energymagicover 7 years ago

    Hi Andrew, I have been here and also done the tour. The guest houses looked great with the little courtyard. Did you get to stand in the central courtyard opened to the sky and feel the energy. The feng shui was designed to allow maximum good energy to enter through this space. I loved it! Thank you for sharing this photo. Takes me back. Most interesting Penang!

  • Adrian Rachele
    Adrian Racheleover 7 years ago

    Color in sensational. Nice pic.

  • thickblackoutline
    thickblackoutlineover 7 years ago

    this is an amazing shot! is another addition to my places to go list!

  • SCPhotos
    SCPhotosalmost 7 years ago

    Love it! My photos of the mansion just didn’t show the colour as good as this… :(

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