Zenfolio | Stanley Kay Photography | Parit Jawa, Johor. 2008
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Parit Jawa is a small fishing village tucked away on the western coast of the State of Johor, Malaysia. It has a wooden jetty where you can see one of the rarest storks in the world, the Lesser Adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus).
There are a number of open-air seafood restaurants specialising in spicy fish recipes such as the famous Asam Fish. Asam fish is a type of dish where fish is cooked with tamarind (Asam) fruit juice. It is a great place for a short break from the fast pace city life.
Boat at Parit JawaTranquility at the broken jettyGetting darkLesser AdjutantCloud trailSunsetAt duskReady for an evening catchlight upSmall jetty the BoatsCalmThe towelThe NetworksEasy kampung life styleRelax with tea and coffeeYoung fishermen ready for catchNight catchRare fish

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