Do you see a lighthouse behind the tram in the photo above?
It was built in 1907 and still continues to guide ship today.
This tram brought us to Melawati Hill in Kuala Selangor where monkeys roam freely.
Monkey business in Kuala Selangor is good.
I don't mean the export of monkeys but the monkey food business.
Long beans were cut into short pieces and sold at USD 0.33 per bundle.
Notice the wire around the box above and a tiger guarding the box?
These are probably warnings that monkeys without wallets are not allowed to help themselves.
After I took this photo from the tram, he gave me a thumbs up and smiled.
I thought he wanted me to post his photo so I did.
He had a fierce lion guarding his long beans.
Apart from long beans, bananas and peanuts are also available.
I wonder why he has no tigers nor lions guarding the food.
A silver leaf monkey munching a long bean.
A long-tailed macaque peeled a banana.
A young monkey accepting peanuts from a tourist's palm.
This monkey removed the peanuts shells herself and stuffed the peanuts into her already very bulging cheeks.
I was amazed to see this monkey open the bottle cap on its own.
As you can see, monkey business is popular in Kuala Selangor as many love to feed the monkeys.
I wonder who enjoys more; the one who feeds, the one who eats or the one who sells.
I think probably me, the ONE who observes.
Those who didn't have enough of the monkeys could bring stuffed monkeys home if they wish to.
Do NOT keep food in your pockets.
The monkeys may help themselves and tear your pants accidentally.
Do NOT stand directly beneath a monkey.
It may just decide to pee from above.