Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Where can you find these cute little "creature"? Well... you can find them at Bukit Melawati, which is located at Kuala Selangor. These groups of silverleaf monkeys (dark haired monkeys that have a silver shining on their fur) can be found around the recreational area. The Silverleaf babies have orange fur, as compared to the adult monkeys. They are friendly and always appreciate tourists who give them foods (nuts and bread).
Apart from the Silverleaf monkey, other attraction include the lighthouse and train ride around the recreational park. For those who want to stay a night at Kuala Selangor, Hotel De Palma Inn Kuala Selangor (3-star hotel) might be a perfect choice for you.
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
This is the place where I really love to visit…. TERENGGANU DARUL IMAN….specifically KUALA TERENGGANU (KT)…not because I came from Terengganu….or my family live there…but I love the beautiful…peaceful beach scenery…along the way to KT from Kuantan…The scenery that I couldn’t find anywhere else….heheh…
When you reach Kuala Terengganu, don’t forget to taste the delicious food such as “NASI DAGANG = Special steamed rice + fish curry” and “KEROPOK LEKOR = light fish snack”, together with AIR GELAS BESAR or “jumbo” fresh fruit juice. The popular restaurant for nasi dagang is located near Chendering, the building with peach color paint. My favourite keropok lekor stall is Keropok Lekor 007…nearby a place named “Losong”. Not to forget the “jumbo” fresh fruit juice, you can enjoy it at Seberang Thakir.
Let’s forget about the food for a moment…now let’s focus on the main attraction…here we are….Malaysian Batik…In KT, you can see many entrepreneurs involve in Batik business. Batik pattern has been used to produce not only fabrics…but also accessories and souveniour. You can buy special gifts for your love one at Pasar Kedai Payang (Payang Market). I can spend the whole day there, to see the unique and creative work of our Batik designers. You can buy Batik silk fabrics, scarfs, bags, home decoration, etc. The last time I went there was on November 2005, just before the musim tengkujuh started.
For accommodation, you can choose whether you want to stay near the beach… near the city centre. For those you want to spend their time at beach, I would suggest you to stay at Primula Beach Resort, at Pantai Batu Buruk. For the shoppers, you can stay at Grand Continental..or Yen Tin Mid Town Hotel, which is located nearby the Pasar Payang….I wish I could go to KT again this coming May…hehehe…I want to buy some Batik silk to make my Baju Kurung.
Friday, February 17, 2006
The word SOUQ originates from mid eastern countries and is used to describe a market place or a bazzar. The bazzar, which is located near Putra Mosque and next to Selera Putra, aims to povides an avenue for shopkeepers to exchange or sell their goods that range from domestic items to light home-based industry such as jewellery, pottery and fabrics.
The unique features of its stall and shop may offer you a different shopping experience...so after this...for Malaysian, if you want to experience the middle east shopping environment, just visit the SUOQ Putrajaya...save cost, time and energy...There are a few branded shop such as F.O.S, Hush Puppies, etc...selling footwear, accessories and clothes...After shopping and sight seeing around Souq, you can have a break at the cafe nearby...taste the Briyani gam....or other choice of food at Selera Putra.
What are you waiting for...this coming weekend..let's go the SOUQ...there's lot of thing to shop...and also to eat...heheh...
LOCATED in the heart of Putrajaya, Alamanda Putrajaya is a great shopping centre that offers variety of products and services. One of its main attractions is Archipelago, which showcases Asian products such as home furnishing items, ethnic contemporary fashion, Oriental and Nyonya fashion, kain songket, bags, art pieces, furniture, handicraft and accessories. A few boutiques launched by our popular fashion designers, for example, Radzuan Radziwill named AURA, located at the Archipelago. Others include Rasa Foodcourt, fast-food and seafood restaurants, which offer you a wide variety of food...for example, The Chicken Rice Shop, Cozy Restaurant, Johnny, and many more...The main departmental store at Alamanda are; Parkson Grand and Carrefour...So, if you don't have any idea on where to go for shopping...you should go to Alamanda...a nice place for shopping...relaxing...spending time with your love one...
Thursday, February 16, 2006
If you plan to spend your holiday or weekend in KUALA LUMPUR, you should consider spending some time to visit PUTRAJAYA, which is located next to Kuala Lumpur, the heaven for shopping, entertainment, and food. Being the new Administrative Center of the Federal Government of Malaysia, Putrajaya has become a new attraction for visitors.
The development of the city focuses on a balanced lifestyle, whereby, you can see not only unique office buildings, but also beautiful landscape gardens, recreational parks, lakes and shopping complex.
For more information, visit http://www.i-putra.com.my/
Photo gallery visit http://malaysiatravel.googlepages.com/putrajaya
And also...check my updates on interesting places to visit..not only in Putrajaya..but also other states throughout Malaysia....see ya...
CUTI-CUTI MALAYSIA....TRAVEL AROUND MALAYSIA...EXPLORE THE UNIQUENESS OF EACH PLACE...EXPERIENCE A GREAT MOMENT IN THIS COUNTRY. ENJOY YOUR TRAVEL...
Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Hello... everyone! If you don't have any idea on where to go for holidays...what to do for leisure...well...let's join me to discuss the matters. These two items "TRAVEL & LEISURE" play a vital role towards achieving a healthy lifestyle. After spend 5-6 days of working, why not rewards our body and soul during weekends...or public holiday...In Malaysia, there are so many places to visit for different activities. From peninsular to Sabah & Sarawak...So, keep updating yourself with the latest information published in this blog...Keep in Touch everyone!!!
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