Writer of The People's Paper: The Star journalist Edmund Ngo (second right) at the Penang Botanic Gardens on a Saturday morning. Mommy's boy: A mother spurs her little child to keep jogging.. Refreshing: The greens are a perfect companion for a cool, breezy weekend morning. Green walk: A pathway covered with vegetations. Flora sanctuary: The garden is a must-visit for nature lovers. Timeless attraction: The garden is popular with both the young and the old. Nature's guest: A visit to the garden can remind one of how miniscule humans are in the circle of life. Born for adventure: Edmund sizing up the surroundings. Greens galore: At this juncture, the Cleaner, Greener Penang campaign suddenly comes to mind. Shutterbugs world: A group of visitors walking up ahead. They had come for some photo shooting. Serene: A man walking past a gazebo in the middle of the garden. Minute-man: A visitor dwarfed by a gigantic tree. Attractive spot: The garden is also a favourite spot for dating couples and those looking for a place to hang out or fellowship. Photography made easy: The advent of digital photography meant that everyone can now shoot pictures easily. At the heart of the storm: The tsunami-leveled city of Sendai in Fukushima Prefecture, northeast Japan, is the home to Nikon’s flagship manufacturing facility — producing Nikon’s professional DSLRs (e.g. D3s, D3x and D700). Job's done: Edmund (center) and his fellow church members leaving the garden. Their next stop is Church of the Assumption, Farquhar Street. Monkey business: The garden is home to macaques and dusky leaf monkeys.