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Pijat atau Pepijat

Blog ini asalnya ditulis kerana ingin kerana hendak meluahkan isi hati yang terpendam ini melalui penulisan. Namun atas kehendak peribadi dan kecelaruan minda sering kali berubah tujuan blog ini ditulis .Aku rasa sudah sampai masanya blog ini lebih kepada bersifat peribadi dan jika anda ingin maklumat tentang pengembaraan boleh ke  Malaysia Backpackers . Minda aku sering bercelaru kadang-kadang aku sendiri tidak tahu apa yang aku ingin. Yang pasti duit bukan menjadi perkara utama aku tetapi kebebasan dan kerja yang aku minat itu sentiasa menjadi perkara utama dalam benak fikiran. Aku selalu berkata duit akan datang apabila kita membuat sesuatu dengan minat dan sungguh. Jika anda membuat perkara sesuatu dengan bersungguh tanpa minat akhirnya anda tidak tahu ke mana arah tuju sebenarnya. Setakat ini orang sering bertanya aku kerja apa? Asyik berjalan jer . Kadang-kadang aku dengan berseloroh  dengan berkata kerja aku berjalan. Sebenarnya aku rasa selesa dan suka dengan kerja berjalan

Mall Of Asia

English: Mall of Asia International Ice Skating Rink (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) SM Mall of Asia (MOA)  is a shopping mall owned and developed by  SM Prime Holdings , the largest mall chain owner and developer in  the Philippines . SM Mall of  Asia  is the 2nd largest mall in the Philippines after  SM City North EDSA , 3rd largest shopping mall in Asia and the 4th[1] (Ref. Forbes' World's 10 Largest  Shopping Malls ) largest shopping mall in the world. It has a land area of 42 hectares and has a gross floor area of an approximate 390,193 square metres (4.20000×106 sq ft)[2] and 407,101 square metres (4.38200×106 sq ft) of total area. The mall is located in  Bay City ,  Pasay , Philippines near the SM Central Business Park, the  Manila Bay  and the southern end of  Epifanio de los Santos Avenue . The mall attracts a daily average foot traffic of about 200,000 people. SM Mall of Asia's reign from being the largest shopping mall in the Philippines from 2006 was taken

Baguio City

English: The Mansion House in Baguio city, Philipines (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) English: Map of Benguet showing the location of Baguio (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) The City of Baguio ( Ilokano : Ciudad ti Baguio ; Filipino: Lungsod ng Baguio) is a highly urbanized city located in the province of Benguet in northern Luzon island of the Philippines . The city has become the center of business and commerce as well as the center of education in the entire Northern Luzon thereby becoming the seat of government of the Cordillera Administrative Region (C.A.R.).[1] According to the 2007 census, Baguio City has a population of 301,926.[2] Baguio City was established by the Americans in 1900 at the site of an Ibaloi village known as Kafagway. The name of the city is derived from the word bagiw in Ibaloi, the indigenous language of the Benguet Region, meaning 'moss'. The city is at an altitude of approximately 1,610 metres (5,280 ft) in the Luzon tropical pine forests

Souvenir shop in Manila

Kultura Filipino began as a small Filipino handicraft store during the late 1950's, quickly gaining a reputation for creating world class products sold at reasonable prices. Over the years it evolved into a lifestyle retail store showcasing a wide range of furniture, houseware, home decor , wearable fashion, souvenir items and food. In 2003, Kultura Filipino became an affiliate of SM Incorporated. Today, it is the largest Filipino lifestyle retail chain in the country offering a definititve shopping experience for Philippine culture and crafts. Serving both local and international markets, the company continues to expand with a total of 26 branches in Luzon , Visayas , and Mindanao . It is located in major mall outlets - SM Megamall , SM Makati Annex, SM Mall of Asia Main Mall, SM North Edsa The Block, SM Cebu North Wing, and selected department stores.

Why You Should Travel Young

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL YOUNG As I write this, I’m flying. It’s an incredible concept: to be suspended in the air, moving at two hundred miles an hour — while I read a magazine. Amazing, isn’t it? I woke up at three a.m. this morning. Long before the sun rose, thirty people loaded up three conversion vans and drove two hours to the San Juan airport . Our trip was finished. It was time to go home. But we were changed. As I sit, waiting for the flight attendant to bring my ginger ale, I’m left wondering why I travel at all. The other night, I was reminded why I do it — why I believe this discipline of travel is worth all the hassle. I was leading a missions trip in Puerto Rico. After a day of work, as we were driving back to the church where we were staying, one of the young women brought up a question. “Do you think I should go to graduate school or move to Africa?” I don’t think she was talking to me. In fact, I’m pretty sure she wasn’t. But that didn’t stop me from offering m

Malaysia Elections

Today is the day our nation is voting. A lot of rumors , drama and promise by both party. But i believe the people is clever enough to decide which party can bring peace , stability and better nation. End of the day we need to vote not because for ourself but also for future generation. Think wise and vote for better Malaysia!