|Arriving the destination|
|Departing to Bujang Valley|
It was a sunny day. We took about 1.5 hours to arrive the destination due to turning to the wrong exit from Utara-Selatan Highway. We arrived there around 10.50am.
|Taking photo at the musuem main entrance|
The musuem is fully air-conditioning, just lack of experience tour guide to explain and lead us for a mini tour. The Bujang Valley is a having an area of approximately 224 square km. It is situated in north-west Malaysia between Gunung Jerai in the north and the Muda River in the south, it is the richest archaeological area in Malaysia.
|The topography of the Bujang Valley|
Most of the archaeological finds are believed dated from 4th century. Finding display in the musuem include relics, inscribed stone, caskets and tablets, metal tools and ornaments, ceramics, pottery, inscriptions, Buddha Statues and Hindu icons. This has proved that Bujang Valley is the earliest civilization in South-East Asia.
|The displays in the musuem|
After the sightseeing, we had our lunch at Bujang Valley. We prepared food dana to Sayadaw. Some of the devotees prepared ang paw to offer to Sayadaw.
|Lunch Dana Chanting and Devotees Offering|
|Had lunch pack and rest before next move to visit Candi|
|The path and direction to the Candi|
This area consists of ruins that have been carbon dated to the 4th century. More than fifty ancient temples, called candi, have also been unearthed. The most impressive and well-preserved of these is located in Pengkalan Bujang.
At last, we took a group photo together with Sayadaw, students and parents before end the trip.
On the way back, we stopped by another new archaeological site
Finally, we reached MBMC about 3pm. Wish all of the participants had enjoyed the trip !
Sadhu ! Sadhu ! Sadhu !