The most popular Christmas image spammed in messaging services this year -- the Malaysian Durian Tree!
This two-metre tall durian tree was constructed by parishioners of The Good News Fellowship Church in Kuching, Malaysia.
200 durians were used to create the masterpiece!
I had to look up what a durian was. Very interesting looking tree. Colorful for sure!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Veronica!
So does the congregation eat all the durians after Christmas? Just wondering.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥
Happy new year in advance . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments.ReplyDelete
Is that a good thing or bad??! Hahaha!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a Happy New Year, Veronica Lee! Maybe 2019 is the year we get together????
A unique twist on a Christmas tree! Happy New year my friend.ReplyDelete
Well it's different and unique isn't it heheh!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year and Best wishes for 2019 :-)
How cute! Happy 2019❤ReplyDelete
Happy 2019! That tree looks so interesting! I wish we had durians here!ReplyDelete
That is an unusual idea. I didn't know what a durian was so googled it. It also said it is the world's smelliest fruit so I wouldn't want to get too close.ReplyDelete
OH wow, durian? I've never tried nor have I ever seen it in person but I've heard about this popular/unpopular fruit. Have you ever had it?ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up with #OMHGWW!
That is interesting. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the knowledge. That tree is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Wow that's fascinating I'd not heard of a durian before! #ThatFridayLinkyReplyDelete
I was checking to make sure I put a comment, but I didn't see one soooooooo HI MY FRIEND AND HAPPPPPPPP PY NEW YEAR!!! DO YOU HAVE A NEW YEARS CELEBRATION IN YOUR COUNTRY??? NOW, I WAS LOOKING THROUGH YOUR INSTAGRAM & CAME ACROSS YOUR RAMLY BURGER AGAIN... AND I SO HAVE TO TRY THAT & MAYBE SOONER THEN I THINK... WISH ME LUCK! It truly looks so good. You always come up with such great Posts my friend. I hope we can always be friends so you can remind me to come over to see you! Sorry cuz I have the worse memory in the world I think. I'm always forgetting. Anyway, time to make breakfast! HUGS SENT TO YOU ALWAYS & THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU!!!! HAVE A GREAT DAY!ReplyDelete
I looked up durian as well. It's said to be large, thorny, and smelly. Do they taste good despite all?ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/12/king-of-mountain-kitty-style.html, and best wishes for 2019.
Look at that! My hubby will be drooling around it LOL. We went to one of our sister's house in lampung just to wait for the durian, falling from its trees. Happy New Year to you and your loved onesReplyDelete
Durian is a common fruit in Davao, Philippines! It's cool to see that it's also found in Malaysia. Cool tree. #ThatFridayLinkyReplyDelete