Sungai Buloh, Malaysia
Sungai Buloh was built in 1930 by British Malaya, and became one of the largest leprosy settlements in the world. It was equipped with advanced facilities, and planned as a self-sustaining agricultural community. Although portions of the site have been demolished and used for other purposes, Sungai Buloh, located in the state of Selangor, is still considered the "hub of horticulture" for Malaysia. Sungai Buloh has been preserved as a national heritage site.
photo by Lim Yong Long