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The Day After Thaipusam

This morning as I drove Andy to work, we passed by DR Seenivasagam Park along Jalan St John. The previous night before was Thaipusam, from the pictures below, there must be lots of people and devotees carrying their kavadis to the temple nearby.....and I wonder where the rubbish dins were... They were not seen anywhere..

When I was returning, the municipal workers were busy tidying up the whole area... salute to tomorrow, the place will be spic and span again.... hopefully next year, the municipal will supply more garbage dins here and there....


  1. i miss DR Park! I always jogged there last time.

  2. wei..sure or not.. got jog meh? now we dare not go also.. so chap.. nowhere is safe anymore..sigh..

  3. ya, nowhere is safe anymore,good day to you, just started work after a few days off,,,,

    thank you

  4. Ermmm.. this is normal after got an event on such place... ! Rubbish is everywhere!

  5. I gave the municipal workers a salute!! must be very tiring,though.

  6. i wonder why us malaysians tend to dirty our streets after each fextival. no doubt its the job of the municipal council to clean up the mess we made, but wouldnt it be better if we could keep the dirts to a minimum. *sigh*

  7. aiyo msians.. even if a thousand bins were provided.. still there will be massive mess!

  8. i guess not only happens on any occasion where there are crowds of people... esp in public areas and bins are not supplied, the easiest is for them to drop at where they stand...

  9. wow..that is so dirty..dang shame to malaysians T_T

  10. well..once a year affair.. cos too many people and no dustbins to throw their rubbish... but the day after the occasion, everything was clean again..


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