Shot in the city of Malacca, Malaysia. There was a cafe in the shade by the roadside. Because it was near the Kampong Kling's Mosque, most of the customers relaxing in it were Muslim. The man crossing his legs in the photo seemed to be wearing a Muslim cap called takiyah.
By the way, the mosque was the oldest mosque in this country.
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