Again, i am no expert in the area of temples and its beliefs but i am privilege to be welcomed to go backstage and take some photos of the Troupe's preparation before their actual performance.
|The stage. Curtains not up yet !|
|Backstage. The troupe getting ready|
|Close up of a puppet|
|The sticks that are used later by the master puppeteer|
|Placing the beard on a puppet|
|Placing the beard on the puppet|
|Dragon Joss sticks burning with |
Sungai Rengit in the background
Pengerang Temples, posted on December 17, 2013
Pengerang Battery, posted on December 16, 2013
Day Trip to Pengerang and Sungai Rengit, posted on August 6, 2010.
Trip to Sebana Cove, Pengerang to watch fireflies, posted on April 9, 2007
Getting to Pengerang via boat
From Singapore, the place you can take the boat is at Changi Village Ferry Terminal. Upon reaching Tanjong Pengelih, Johor, there will be many taxi's that will be able to bring you to the major town nearby, (roughly at the cost RM$20 - RM$25 for 1 cab) Sungai Rengit. The ferry will only leave when there are 12 people available to board it. So try to go with a group of friends consisting of 12 pax. At the point of writing, it cost about $11 - $13 per pax for a one way trip.