Speaking of coincidence, I’ve always wanted to explore working together with The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) when I first heard about it a mere couple of months back. So it came as a huge surprise when they contacted me out of the blue in late April to enquire about my commercial photography services.
Within two weeks, I found myself at the school embarking on one of the most fulfilling and exciting projects for 2014.
The Ye Olde Smokehouse Hotel is probably one of the oldest and most quaint-looking colonial buildings at Fraser’s Hill. During World War Two, this premise was used by the military as a medical centre to nurse wounded British soldiers who would retreat to this hill-top getaway to convalesce.
I had the opportunity to stay over for a night at one of its 14 rooms. My unit, the Halcyon Lodge 3 room was situated on the second floor of an adjacent building next to the main premise.