The Banjaran Titiwangsa (Titiwangsa Mountains or Main Range) spans the length of Peninsular Malaysia, forming its backbone and dividing it into the West Coast and East Coast. It is home to some of the richest and diverse tropical flora and fauna to be found in Malaysia, if not the world. In some areas, the indigenous people live off its land till this day, working the land and harvesting nature’s abundance from the jungle to sustain themselves. When travelling on the main highways stretching along and across the peninsular e.g. Noth South Expressway and East Coast Expressway, the traveller will encounter many sections along the highway offering scenic landscape views of the Banjaran Titiwangsa. The time of day and the light quality work its magic to draw out different facets and beauty of the mountains. In my opinion, early mornings with the mist lifting or late afternoons/evenings with the mist forming and a nice cloud formation as backdrop offer the most poignant and spectacular views.
Fuji X-E1 with XF 55 -200mm