Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Places to visit : Putrajaya - Dataran Putra, Putra Mosque, Perdana Putra, Petronas Twin Tower (KLCC), Batu Caves, Berjaya Time Square, Petaling Street(China Town), Mid Valley Megamall, Local Product Shop, Chocolate house
Putra Mosque, which based on Central Asian Islamic design with a distinctive Persian dome and a 116m minaret, this mosque was inspired by the Sheikh Omar Mosque of Baghdad. It is able to accommodate 15,000 devotees at one time. Perdana Putra, this building is the office of the Prime Minister. The complex is majestically built 50 meters from the water level and the design was inspired by the Islamic and Mogul arts.
The Dataran Putra or Putra Square is a centre for holding national events and formal parades. Located in Precinct 1, it is a circular structure that is 300 meters-wide, surrounded by water beds, flowers and trees. The design incorporates many local motifs with a blend of modernity, creating symbolic meanings that reflect the unity of the Malaysian state.
Mid Valley Megamall is a huge and expansive shopping mall with many well-known department stores, fashion outlets, entertainment opportunities and dining places. Batu Caves. The most famous cave landmark in Kuala Lumpur, which also doubles up as a religious side for Hindus. Ascend 272 steps to reach the top where you can admire the limestone formations and watch devotees pray to their shrines. Berjaya Time Square. A large shopping mall that houses an indoor theme park called the ‘Cosmo’s World Theme Park’ and extremely large-screened IMAX theatre. A massive 2D and 3D cinema theatre dubbed the ‘Imax Experience’. Petaling Street. Chinatown in Petaling Street is an stretch of road that consists of a large bazaar of stalls, selling all sorts of goods from bootleg fashion to fancy souvenirs and fresh produce to electronic gadgets. Open from late morning till late night, this is a bargain-hunters’ paradise. The Petronas Twin Towers are Kuala Lumpur’s most prominent landmark. At 452 meters-high, it is the world’s second highest structure and was built in 1998. The towers’ design and architecture are inspired by Islamic art with a modern outlook, reflected by its steel and glass façade. A sky bridge connects the two towers mid-way, and it is here that visitors can come up and catch a bird’s eye view of the surrounding city.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Places to Visit : Paddy Museum, Crystal of Gunung Keriang,
Temple at Seberang Perai, Gurney Drive, Snake Temple,
Thai& Burmese Temple, Balik Pulau, Kek Lok Si Temple,
Local Product Shop, Chocolate house etc
Alor Star town, you will see the most important thing to our needs – Rice. Rice Paddy Museum is located in Gunung Keriang, the museum showcases the development of paddy cultivation methods, traditional paddy planting equipment and different aspects of paddy cultivation. Gunung Keriang is famous for its crystals, you can find a wide range of crystals sold at the foot hill. Gurney Drive - A favorite haunt for food enthusiasts, this coastal road is famous for hawker food stalls and restaurants offering a mouth-watering selection of Penang specialties such as asam laksa, hokkien mee, chee cheong fun, pasembor, rojak and various other delicious local delicacies.
Kek Lok Si Temple, the most beautiful and largest Buddhist temple in South East Asia. The temple with its seven-story pagoda standing at 30 meters is very unique due to the Chinese, Thai and Burmese influences in the architecture and craftsmanship of the entire temple complex. The reclining Buddha at the Wat Chayamangkalaram, the 4th longest reclining Buddha in the world. Balik Pulau simply means 'the other side of the island' or Literally meaning “behind the Island”. Is the fruit bowl of Penang featuring fruit plantations and spice gardens. The best fruit including durian, rambutan, langsat, luku, mangosteen, nutmeg, clove and star fruit. By following the way to Balik Pulau, you can view the beautiful beaches, forests, and farms of durian
Seafood… Kukup Chalet Stay…
Karaoke all the way… Mahjong all the way…
EAT EAT EAT! STINGRAY, SOTONG, CHICKENWINGS,
ANG GU KWEI AGAR AGAR, ETC…,
PLAY PLAY PLAY! GAMES, MAHJONG, ETC…,
SING SING SING! COMPETITION, KARAOKE….
SHOP SHOP SHOP! TIBITS, SOTONG, MA TI SHU, TOU
SHA BING, SHOPPING MALL, ETC…,
COME ON, LET’S INVITE OUR FAMILY & FRIENDS
TO HAVE FUN RIGHT FROM THE START OF OUR TRIP!
Travel Date: Weekdays Or Weekends
Group Size : Min 36 pax Max 40 pax
Travel on PZ 40 seaters air conditioned coach, 1 night accommodation in Kukup Chalet,
Meals : 2 lunch, 1 BBQ Dinner, 1 Supper & 1 Breakfast and Boat ride to Kelong in Kukup.
Sunday, October 14, 2007
The Historical City
Come visit Malacca – The Historical City and take a nostalgic journey into its glorious past !
Dutch Square/Christ Church/Stadthuys, Porta De Santiago,Jonker Street Night Market
Sam Poh Temple/Hang Li Poh's Well, Peranakan Museum/Baba Nyonya Museum
Mahkota Parade Shopping Mall or Dataran Pahlawan Mega Mall
Nyonya food, Chicken Rice Ball, Ikan Bakar, Satay Celup
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9489 7326 – LYE WEI PING
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Visit the famous brand coffee beans processing factory. See the different stages till final packing. Taste the freshly brewed coffee and you will want to have more.
Organic lunch will be served at Restaurant.
Tour of the ORGANIC farm – this is the farm that supplies the organic veggie products to the supermarket as well as the Organic product shops. You can also take this opportunity to purchase the veggie products fresh from the farm.
For dragon fruit lovers, you can learn how to grow organic dragon fruits in your own home by using the step cuttings sold at the farm.
Shopping at local product shop at Yong Peng.