Now who approved this project in Paya Terubong and on what basis? The gradient of the slope looks steep.
Thanks to tunglang for the photos. He writes:
Devastation of a once tranquil forest fringe on small rainforest hills where birds of migratory and local species once thrived. Where the water-loving kingfishers once built thoughtful nests for their daily fishing trips to the nearby man-made lake. Where bird-lovers could enjoy the melodic “kroo, kroo, kroo” of the merbok in the early morning and late afternoon. Where nature trekkers could delight in the cool shade of the rainforest trees. And where Lebuh Rambai residents could safely sleep while dreamy children and nature lovers could relish the natural sounds of a cricket philharmonic rendition.
Now these are all gone, thanks to the wilful human acts against Nature. And the red earth and digging has gone too far almost reaching the back doors of nearby residents!