Nice pics, I think the effect works better on #2 because it makes those "fluffy things" (not very technical I know!), look softer and more fluffier. I think for images #1 & #3, when you're working with waterdrops and leaves, maybe it's better to leave them sharp because it's the sharpness of those kind of pics that really make stand out....just my opinion.
Your pics are never boring, but I bet there is a lot more interesting things round where you live than you think:) I think Malaysia must be beautiful for scenery...do you live in the countryside or a big city? You've obviously got some countryside around you to be getting these shots...or a big garden
I'd be really interested in seeing more landscape type of shots of where you live.
To Brate, I'm not really sure what the Orton Effect is best used on and how best applied, I guess all of these techniques come down to pleasing yourself. I quite like the dreamy effect it's given the statue, but it looks a bit 2 dimensional...I think if there was a way you could apply Orton and make the statue really pop out then the image would be amazing because there are some great colors in there.