As you cycle through Ketam Mountain Bike Park, make sure to take a detour and pay this shrine a visit. It’s a yellow hut located next to an Asam tree in the south-western open area of the island. The shrine commemorates the Roman Catholic daughter of a German coffee plantation manager. Lore has it that when the British rushed into the house at the end of WWI, the girl escaped through the back door, slipped and fell to her death in a quarry behind the plantation. Local labourers found the corpse, covered it in sand and offered prayers, flowers and incense. After she was given a proper burial at the present site, the German girl became a deity of sorts – worshippers from as far as Thailand have come to offer joss sticks and girly offerings, like makeup and dolls, at the shrine.