Malaysia's own 'sakura trees', Tecoma, and where to find them

The lovely and beautiful Tecoma tree is Malaysia's version of the cherry tree. — The Star

Cherry blossoms are in bloom again! Many travellers in Malaysia usually plan their holidays around the sakura season to a handful of countries in the Asian region, notably Japan, South Korea and China.

But with the Covid-19 pandemic upon us, chances are Malaysians will be missing out on the season this time around. All hope is not lost, though.

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