It’s Friday, I guess that’s why these boys are so ecstatic. The size of Pulau Ketam is small, I think it’s possible for the kids to run or walk home after school, but they mostly rode on a bicycle. Happy kids are everywhere in this tiny island. I can’t help but to parked my bike on this spot and it won’t take long to catch a next bunch of kids running by from the tiny bridge on the right which linked to the other parts of the village over a water path.
(Excerpt from Wikipedia)
Pulau Ketam, literally translated, means "Crab Island". It is a small island located off the coast of Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia, and was founded circa 1880. The "floating houses" that come to view as visitors approach the island are a sight to awe any city slickers. Perching casually on long wooden stilts, these dwellings are suspended about one to ten (1-10) metre above sea level.