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Aquaria in the Kuala Lumpur

Nestled in the heart of the bustling "Golden Triangle" of Kuala Lumpur and within walking distance from the Petronas Twin Towers, Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures over a sprawling 60,000 square-foot space in the Concourse Level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. (source info ;  http://aquariaklcc.com ) Going to Aquaria is a journey to another world that we can see in the brick. When step in we feel like we are in another world from jungle to underground water.  So you can see the species of animal and insects that live in the jungle then you will move to the underground water area that u can see many type of  fish such jelly fish , whale shark , jelly fish and more. They have special price for student even though you are not study in Malaysia. Come and see the another heart of Kuala Lumpur.  Fish feeding 

Kuala Lumpur Tower

During the fasting my friends from Japan was visiting Malaysia for a week so I bring some place in Kuala Lumpur. A little bit about KL Tower is The Kuala Lumpur Tower ( Malay : Menara Kuala Lumpur; abbreviated as KL Tower) is a tall tower located in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia . Its construction was finished in 1995. It is used for communication purposes and features an antenna that reaches 421 m (1,381 ft), which currently makes it the second tallest freestanding tower in the world. The roof of the pod is at 335 m (1,099 ft). The rest of the tower below has a stairwell and an elevator to reach the upper area, which also contains a revolving restaurant , providing diners a panoramic view of the city. Races are organised yearly where participants race up the stairs to the top. The tower also acts as the Islamic falak observatory to observe the crescent moon which marks the beginning of Muslim month of Ramadhan , Syawal , and Zulhijjah , to celebrate fasting month of Ramadhan, Hari Raya

Good Bye Station Tanjung Pagar

        The journey to the north mainly to go and to feel on the last day before Station Tanjung Pagar closed for forever. A little bit about Station Tanjung Pagar Tanjong Pagar (Stesen Keretapi Tanjong Pagar), also called Keppel Road railway station or Singapore railway station, was until 30 June 2011 the southern railway terminus of the railway network operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM), the main railway operator in Malaysia . The land on which the station and the KTM railway tracks in Singapore are situated was held by KTM on a 999-year lease . [1] [2] Operations ended permanently on 30 June 2011 and the Woodlands Train Checkpoint took over as terminus for KTM's Singapore services from 1 July 2011. (source : Wikipedia)         Frankly speaking from deep from my heart I'm very sad and almost crying along the journey from Johor Bahru to Station Tanjung Pagar. Even though not work for KTMB but as Malaysian I feel this is our heritage , our land and also part of M

Three-hour train rides from Ipoh to Seremban start Wednesday

KUALA LUMPUR: Starting Wednesday, the public will be able to travel by train from Ipoh to Seremban in just three hours. The Electric Train Services (ETS) will begin its commercial run with 10 trips between Ipoh and Seremban with a six-month promotion rate of RM30 one way. A 40% discount would be given to children under 12, the physically-challenged and senior citizens. KTM Bhd president Dr Aminuddin Adnan said it would take only two hours from Ipoh to KL at an average speed of 110kph and up to a maximum of 160 kph. “We hope that the public will find this service safer, faster and more comfortable than driving,” he said during a familiarisation trip for 200 business and professional individuals yesterday. Electrifying experience: An attendant welcoming newsmen on the brand new electric train at the KTM station in Kuala Lumpur during a familiarisation tour Monday. — AZHAR MAHFOF / The Star Dr Aminuddin said each 350-passenger coach would have disabled-friendly features, cl

Sabah Road Trip

Well actually i'm not motivated to wright in English anymore because i feel hard and yet will make my idea fly way coz don't find the right word or sentence to write. Anyway because of believe i will push myself to write in english but i will update my blog regularly not life before  The trip was totally enjoy with 5 crazy people hahha. I dont have any idea to write coz i'm to lazy right now. But what can I say right now is the was enjoy fun and memorable . This is my 2nd trip to sabah at the same place but with people . If u go same place but with different people the environment will be different too. As a leader (unofficial leader)  in this trip  what i'm planning is all in oder and everyone satisfied and happy. But the food in Sabah is not good n  tidak sedap compare with my hometown. Need put more sugar and the unique in Sabah they provide soup everytime u order Nasi Lemak. Last but not list don't ever-ever try to oder Nasi Ayam Lemon , it will make you ups

Short story about me in Kuching

Sometime i'm lost sometime i didn't know what should i do in life . Maybe because i'm to comfort with life right now. Actually  my friends who's know me well will ask me why are u so busy and hardly to meet you . I don't know what right answer to give. Sometime my friends call me then i said i'm in Kuching ( for holdiday) , Sg Pisang ( for outdoor activity) and Mount Nuang ( for hiking ) and doing some outdoor course. Meaning that i'm not in my hometown or that area. Anyway last February was i went to Kuching for travel and also for holiday. I was there for the 1st time in my life and 1st time i come alone without anybody that i known. Is like ''Solo Backpackers" that most people call it . When 1st time i'm arrive in Kuching City I ask myself 'for what i'm here?' heheheh and keep smiling like crazy people . But the is going well after i found my accommodation for RM 16/person /per night . I was for 4 day in Kuching and meet m

Part 3 : On the 3rd day in Kuching

 Along this road u can find many souvenir, this place is near to waterfront. U can find such as  sarawak arts , traditional music percussion etc. Kek Lapis  yang terkenal di Sarawak , mcam mana nak pergi amik boat singgah dan berjalan sedikit ke Kg Gersik. Mmg fresh terus dari kilang . Plz refer at  keklapisdayangsalhah  for futher information Fort Margherita  Bangun Dewan Undangan Negeri Kg Budaya Sarawa or Sarawak Culture Village (SCS) is the place that u need to visit. Because in side the culture village they have so many traditional house base on different ethnic  such Iban, Bajau , Penan and many more. At the same time in the traditional house u can see how they live and how they survive in the jungle. When u enter the SCS they will give u small book about SCS and the activity that u can follow because inside there , around 10 tradisional house u can visit . Then after finish , they have traditional dance (culture show) base on ethnic in a

Part 2 :2nd Day in Kuching City

Local people call Pasar Tamu. Actually pasar tamu same like pasar biasa kat semenanjung . So Peninsular people don't wasting u time to go there but u have free time u can go there. It's take 10 minit's if u go there by bus. Jalan kaki jauh gak 15 minit dari bandar kuching. I'm sugget  u go there by bus then after that balik jalan kaki. Ini antara peninggalan sejarah yg masih ada di Kuching . This is Bishopgate that use or menghalang org yg tidak berkenaan masuk ke kawasan Anglican Komplex. Ketika itu tempat ini ada sebahagian kawasan Mubaligh Kristian untuk menyebarkan agama Kristian Ini adalah muzium sarawak. Terdapat pelbagai maklumat tentang Sarawak. This place u should go if u want to know about history of Sarawak. Anyway Kuching City actually in city that full with historical building . Banyak bangunan2 lama atau bangunan bersejarah yg ada di sana. Some still use and ada yg telah dikosongkan. Di Sarawak sebenarnya susah nak dapat brea