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Thursday, February 28, 2008


I received few email from friends which request to buy photo from this blog. After taking few considerations, I willing to sell photos from this blog. But not all photo is open for sale.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Beside strawberry, fruits and vegetables; Cameron Highland offer more than that. Among others is:-

1) Cactus
There is a lot of cactus farm / garden here. Among the famous is Cactus points and Cactus Valley. I only manage to visit Cactus Point. The best part of Cactus Points is there is more than 100 of cactus species here, which also offer in a very good price. What I'm happy about this place is, IT'S FREE ENTRANCE.

2. Brinchang Craft Centre
This centre is located in the middle of Brinchang Town. It's offer variety of crafts, Souvenirs, postcard, antiques and others. I just bought few postcard which requested by friends.

3. Brinchang Central Market
This centre is popular tourist spot in Brinchang to buy crafts, Souvenirs and others Cameron Highland products (non food). The price here also quite cheap.

Jokes from India

Sardarji gets ready, wears his tie, coat and goes out, climbs a tree, and sits on the branch regularly.
A man asks why he does this.
Sardarji: "I've been promoted as branch manager."


Why is a Sardarji standing below a tube light with an open mouth?
Because his doctor advised him that "Today's dinner should be light"


One sardarji professor asked a plumber to come to his college.
Do you know why?
Because he wanted to check where the question paper was leak to


Sardar told his servant: Go and water the plants.
Servant: It's already raining.
Sardar: So what? Take an umbrella and go!


Sardar found the answer to the most difficult question ever -
What will come first, Chicken or egg?
O Yaar, what ever you order first will come first..!


A teacher told all students in a class to write an essay on a cricket match. All were busy writing except one Sardarji.


Postman: - I had to come 5 Miles to deliver this package to you..
Sardar: - Why did you come so far? You could have just posted it


Sardar's wish: When i die, I wanna die like my grandpa who died peacefully in his sleep not screaming like all the passengers in the bus he was driving.. !


A teacher lecturing on population:
In India, every 10 seconds a woman gives birth to a child.
A Sardar stands up and says, "We must find her & stop her"!


Sardar visits his Chinese friend who is dying in hospital.
The Chinese friend just says, "CHIN YU YAN" and dies.
Sardarji goes to China to find meaning in the friend's last words.
It meant, 'You are standing on the oxygen tube!" : ) : ) : )


Sardarji was standing in front of the mirror with his eyes
closed. His wife asked what you are doing?
He said. "I am seeing how I look when I sleep"!


Why did Sardar cut the sides of the capsule before taking it?
Guess what...To avoid side effects!!!


Man: Sardarji, where were you born?
Sardarji: Punjab.
Man: Which part?
Sardar: Oye part part kya kar raha hai, whole body is born in Punjab"!

Monday, February 25, 2008

Responsible Pet Ownership by SPCA (Selangor, Malaysia)

Responsible pet ownership or ‘RPO’ is one of the major changes that the SPCA would like to bring about in Malaysia. While the SPCA can provide neutering clinics, rehome animals and campaign for changes in the law, without Malaysian citizens taking more responsibility for the welfare of their pets little progress can be made.

Domestic animals rely on us for their wellbeing. Unlike wild animals, domesticated cats and dogs cannot successfully provide enough food, water and medical treatment for themselves to stay fit and healthy.

The key responsibilities an owner should show towards their pet are:
1)Provide adequate food, shelter, medicine and living space for your pet.
2)Spay or neuter your pet.
3)Use a leash when your pet dog is out of the compound.
4)Provide a loving environment for your pet.
5)Be considerate to your neighbours.

Remarks :
This article is taken from SPCA (; a voluntary Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, located in state of Selangor (Malaysia).

SPCA Selangor is an animal protection centre and animal welfare. They have more than 300 cats and dogs in their place. They are open to public everyday (including Saturday, Sunday and public holiday) from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. Call (03) 4256-5312 for details. The animals here is open for adoption.


I think most of us like adorable animal as their friends or we prefer call as pets. There is variety of pets as below:-
1) Fish
2) Bird
3) Cat
4) Dog
5) Iguana
6) Snake
7) Rabbit
8) Hamster / rat
9) Chicken
10) Turtle / Tortoise
11) Others

Pets as per our normal perseption is tame animals such as cat or dog; but there is a group of people have wild animal such as crocodile, snake or even tiger as their pets.

In Malaysia; some endanged species of bird require a license to keep as a pets.

To have a pet is easy, just buy from shop. But, to keep the pets live and healhty is difficult. We must take care of their food, vitamins, safety, and others aspect every time. If you just abandone your pet, some department or society will chase after you. In some serious case, the pets owner is charged in court.


Since I'm in Tanjung Harapan, Port Klang (Malaysia) on 24/02/2008; I take a change to survey for latest fishing pond. From information given to me, Sea Lion Fishing Pond just open their new pond next to their current pond which already too crowded. This pond not new actually, its just re-open after its closed for 5-8 months (I guess soo..).

Overall the pond which known as 'Kolam Memancing No. 1 (Fishing Pond No. 1)'. The rate per hour as below:-
RM12.00 / Hour
RM10.00 / Hour (Minimum 3 hours)

Sunday, February 24, 2008


Book's Title : 40 richest Malaysian
Edition : 16-29 February 2008
Publisher : Malaysian Business

Overview :
This book is good for our general reading as its disclosed the top 40 of Malaysian richest businessman. This is the latest version in market.

I recommended this book for reading as its will increase our spirit to achieve our potential to maximum limit as most of the richest is average person like us. They dare to take the challange and willing to take risk in their own field.

As local reader of Malaysian Business expecially their '40 Richest Malaysia' edition which published every 16th of February every year, this worth reading.

Below I just scan previous edition of '40 Richest malaysia' which in my collection.

< Year 2007

Year 2006 >

< year 2005

Year 2004 >

For enquiry or order, please visit your nearest bookstore or the publisher at :


Yesterday (24/02/2008), I bring my family to Tanjung Harapan in Port Klang, Selangor (Malaysia) just for watching the sunset. The area is not very far from my house, and we quite frequent come here expecially during holiday.

When we reach there, my 2 kids were sleeping and we just sit in the car and watching the beatiful scenery of sunset.

For your information, this area is very famous in Selangor as its offer this package :-
1) Recreation activities
2) Fishing spot - Sea & pond
3) Famous seafood restaurants


I received this fishing trip experience from Mr. Shahrul from Port Klang, Selangor (Malaysia).

Shahrul and few friends went to Perhentian Island, Terengganu (Malaysia) for their fishing trip. Their trip were very success as they catch a lot of big catch.

According to Shahrul, few tips to get big catch is :-
1) Use local guide to find suitable fishing area.
2) Use suitable bait.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Between me and my boss

When I Take a long time to finish,
I am slow,
When my boss takes a long time,
he is thorough

When I don't do it,
I am lazy,
When my boss does not do it,
he is busy,

When I do something without being told,
I am trying to be smart,
When my boss does the same,
he takes the initiative,

When I please my boss,
I am apple polishing,
When my boss pleases his boss,
he is cooperating,

When I make a mistake,
you're an idiot.
When my boss makes a mistake,
he's only human.

When I am out of the office,
I am wandering around.
When my boss is out of the office,
he's on business.

When I am on a day off sick,
I am always sick.
When my boss is a day off sick,
he must be very ill.

When I apply for leave,
I must be going for an interview
When my boss applies for leave,
it's because he's overworked

When I do good,
my boss never remembers,
When I do wrong,
he never forgets

You and Your Boss

When you take a long time, you're slow.
When your boss takes a long time, he's thorough.

When you don't do it, you're lazy.
When your boss doesn't do it, he's too busy.

When you make a mistake, you're an idiot.
When your boss makes a mistake, he's only human.

When doing something without being told, you're overstepping your
When your boss does the same thing, that's initiative.

When you take a stand, you're being bull-headed.
When your boss does it, he's being firm.

When you overlooked a rule of etiquette, you're being rude.
When your boss skips a few rules, he's being original.

When you please your boss, you're apple polishing.
When your boss pleases his boss, he's being co-operative.

When you're out of the office, you're wandering around.
When your boss is out of the office, he's on business.

When you're on a day off sick, you're always sick.
When your boss is a day off sick, he must be very ill.

When you apply for leave, you must be going for an interview.
When your boss applies for leave, it's because he's overworked.


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Wednesday, February 20, 2008


“In his lifetime, Ronald Reagan was such a cheerful and invigorating presence that it was easy to forget what daunting historic tasks he set himself. He sought to mend America's wounded spirit, to restore the strength of the free world and to free the slaves of Communism.” That's how Lady Thatcher started her great eulogy of Ronald Reagan, summarizing in one sentence his personal qualities and his great achievements. This combination of highly admirable personality and great accomplishments has made Ronald Reagan the most popular American President in the past half a century and one of the most important American Presidents in history. So what were the leadership qualities that made it possible for Ronald Reagan to achieve such a status in American history and in the hearts of the American people, including his political opponents?

1- The Messenger, Not The Message

2- Have A Great Vision

3- Communicate Your Vision To Gain Followers

4- Offer Hope, and Act to Achieve It

5- Lead, Don’t Micromanage

6- Don’t Become a Prisoner of Your Own Perceptions

7- Admit Mistakes, Change Course, and Move On

8- Use Humor

9- Stay Human

10- Lead a Balanced Life


My wife is impressed when seeing the green and fresh vegetables and fruits. From cabbage, tomato, rock mellon, long bean, cucumber and many more.

As we reach Cameron Highland via Simpang Pulai exit; our journey will reach kampung Raja and others farmers farm. We even have a pit stop in some farm just to check their price before compare with others vegetables / fruits seller at Kuala Terla and Brinchang. Overall, its cheap to buy direct from the farmer.

Photo : Multichoice of vege at Brinchang Night Market.

During night market (Pasar Malam), the vegetables / fruits also quite cheap. You can even get 10 to 14 packs of any choice for RM10.00.

As our hotel not providing any fridge to store our vegetables; we just bought our vegetables and fruits at Kea farm during our journey back to our home on Monday.

Photo : Variety of vegetables and fruits at Kea Farm.


Photo : Shopping for tea at night market.

Its tea time!

Here we visit their famous tea plantation /estate namely Bharat Tea Plantation and Boh Tea Plantation in Sungai Palas.

Photo : At Bharat Tea Plantation.

Photo : At Sungai Palas Boh Plantation.

There is a variety of tea products here. Some tea is taste like strawberry, rasberry, bluebarry, lemon, and many more. Believe me, its good.

Tips :
Its worth money if you can buy the the products at night market. As per my experience, I bought tea products for RM6.00 per box at night market but its cost me RM7.50 when I bought the same product from their brand shop.


Photo : Strawberry time at Raju Hill Strawberry Park

Its strawberry time!

From the moment we reach at Cameron Highland, strawberry is everywhere. Fresh and sweet. The most important - its cheap.

During our stay; if im not mistaken, we have visit more than 6 strawberry park including the famous strawberry park; Kasimanis Strawberry Park and Raju Hill Strawberry Park.

Photo : At Brinchang night market

Photo : Enjoy eating strawberry

Tips :
To visitors, may be you can puchase strawberry during night stall at Brinchang every friday night and saturday night. Its open as early as 5pm. If you dare to wait, by 9pm the strawberry is offered much-much cheaper.

Monday, February 18, 2008


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I just came back from a trip to Cameron Highland, Pahang after 3 days 2 nights (16/2/08 - 18/02/08) trip there with my family. As this trip is a lot of wonderful experience and interesting places, I will write the full story in few part. This first part is to introduce the resort/hotel.

In Cameron Highland (CH), we stay at Cameron Highland Country Lodge Resort which located in Brinchang, Cameron Highland. This is a very strategic location in CH as its located in Brinchang Town.

The resort is just a walking distance from police station, town, night stall, banks, post office, internet cafe, restaurants and other facilities. Petrol station (Petronas & Shell) also less than a minute driving from this resort.

Overall, the resort is excellence. The area is nice, and good view from our balcony. The most important, the provide hot shower (Its really cold here....). But I wonder how can this resort not providing fridge in the room. How can we storage our strawberry and vegetable without fridge? This is the first time I'm staying in the hotel/resort without fridge. Even the weather and environtment there is cold, not meant we can just put our strawberry, fruits and vegetables anywhere in our hotel room.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


During travel, I believe almost all of us bring our camera to snap the moments. But the problems is not all of us is understands how to use the camera effective and get better photos.

Below is the links on how to understands our own camera which share by Mr. Ruhaz :-


I just registered as member of Online Travel Company which offer discounted price for their members. As a quite regular traveller, I'm looking for any offer that will save me during travel.

Of course I'm not afford to pay higher cost for my travel, and that's why I'm looking for travel company which can provide me with affordable price. My advice is "please do not stick to one particular travel company. Just open your eye to any better offer that can save your time and money". The Company which I just registered is

The good points about this company is they offer ther registered users to promote their friends to join as registered members and get the same benefits. Among the benefits is:-

1)You will get paid RM80.00 or 80 points for all user registered for Account A under your account (but you must be registered members under category A).

2)Buy packages at Members price (20% less).

3)Get your own travel agent price and sell it to your friends and get commission (5-20%)

4)Redeem points to cash directly to your bank.

5)Introduce more members to account B (Free Account) and system will help them to transfer to account A. And you get your profit (RM80).

6)Your own web manager page to manage User, Account , Package or Product online.

7)Introduce user limits increase up to 39 new members under 1 ID.

8)Registration is for a lifetime. Your points is not going to obsolete but it will always increasing.

9)Keep out from high risk online investment program. Let us generate profit with VM affiliate travel website.

So, if you wish to save on your travel, expecially during your trip to Malaysia, please dont forget to login and register with this Company. You can see a lot of unbeatable offer for vacation.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


I just read email from Mr. Shahid; my friend from India which expert on stamps.

This is his advice to me as I still new in collecting stamps. I would like to share with all stamps lover.

"Thanks for the message and as you are a new collector i just wanted to guide you a bit... collecting stamps is fun, interesting and informative too.

First you need to decide at which level you want to collect stamps and how much time you are keen to devote..

Begin with a theme that suits you best.. like me, my subject is Islamic heritage and architecture and so i love collecting stamps that shows buildings like mosques, tombs, minars and then stamps on calligrahy, Haj, Quranic reading, Hejira, etc..

then you need to decide whether you love to collect mints or used... i collect mints as they are clear and easily visible... but everyone has his own likings... when you buy any stamps you may like to have more information on it and so you can alwasy buy information brochure which comes very cheap but is a wealth of info on the history of stamps..... all this for a serious collector like me...

Then you think of arranging your stamps, keeping, exchanging and so on.....

so think of your theme first and grow with that"

Monday, February 11, 2008


It's almost 2 years from my last visit to Terengganu. My last visit to Terengganu is on 2006. Personally, I think Terengganu is among the best places to visit. I will share my last visit to Terengganu in next issue.

Recently, Terengganu launching their latest tourist attraction " Masjid Kristal or Crystal Mosque" in Pulau Wan Man, Kuala Terengganu. Photos courtesy from

Photo : Masjid Kristal (Crystal Mosque) during daytime

Photo : Masjid Kristal (Crystal Mosque) during evening

In the same island, they also build few monuments of beautiful mosque around the world such as:-


For more info and photos regarding 'Masjid Kristal', please visit this blog :-

Monday, February 4, 2008


Here we provide you with essential safety information as well as tips on safe conduct for whenever you find yourself on the road. Click on any one of these topics, and you may pick up a thing or two that could save your life or the lives of those around you.


1. Plan your journey to avoid last minute rush and panic. For long distance journey make sure you are not tired or sleepy. Also never drive under the influence of alchohol or drugs.

2. Obey speed limits. They are there for a purpose.

3. Obey safety rules when changing lanes. Give appropriate signals and check side mirrors and rear view mirror before executing this potentially dangerous traffic manoeuvre.

4. Practise safety at traffic intersections by stopping on red and amber warning signs.

5. Avoid tailgating as it very dangerous.

6. Always overtake safely. Never overtake when in doubt.

7. Don't jump queue. It is rude and dangerous.

8.Don't weave through traffic. It is hazardous and risky.


1. Switch on Lights
i)Switch on the vehicles dim lights when visibility drops below normal.
ii)Switch on dipped headlights when the visibility is seriously reduced. Don’t use main beam as the fog will reflect the light and can dazzle you and reduce your visibility even further. Moreover use of the main beam can dazzle other drivers.

2. Reduce Speed
Slow down so that you can brake in the event of an emergency.

3. Maintain Safe Following Distance
Drivers should maintain a safe following distance with the vehicle in front to give drivers spare and time to respond to any hazardous condition ahead.

4. No Parking By Roadside
Parking should be off road and wherever possible only at lay byes and R & R areas. Leave your dim lights on for safety of other road users.

5. Caution in Turning and Overtaking
Do not turn or overtake other vehicles unless you are absolutely certain it is safe to do so.

6. Vehicle Breakdown
Get the vehicle off the road. Inform the police and the highway operator to tow the vehicle to safety immediately.

7. Senior Citizens
Senior citizens with poor eyesight are advised to avoid driving in hazy conditions.

8. Watch Out for Traffic Announcements on Radio and Electronic Signboards
Drivers are advised to listen to traffic announcements on radio and electronic signboards informing motorists of the latest traffic information and situation.

9. Special caution for motorcyclists
In addition to the above precautionary measures motorcyclists are advised to use bright colored clothing and helmets with luminous material to enhance their visibility and also to wear protective face mask.

10. Caution to car drivers
Do not use hazard lights whilst driving in the haze as it can cause confusion to other drivers and road users. Hazard lights are only for use when a vehicle break down and stops in an emergency.

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Sunday, February 3, 2008


Yesterday (03rd February, 2008)is my birthday.I'm 32 years old now (getting older and older...). As usual, I'm not celebrating my birthday with cake or birthday party. (I only celebrating my children birthday as they deserved it's).

As my wife insist,I bring my family for Satay in famous satay restaurant in Bandar Bukit Tinggi Klang, Selangor named Sate Kajang Haji Samuri for simple meals as we already having our dinner at home.

Photo : With my Hero, Luqman Hakim posing with satay.

I don't want to tell you about my birthday in details here; I actually impressed when I see the decoration and antique items here is amazing. You can find a lot of antique here such as gassoline lamp, postman's bicycle, old type writter,and natural rubber machine (I also don't know the real name)but its used to fabricate natural latex into pieces before dried its and sell. I also can see a lot of old painting which related to satay seller. I was told by their worker, all their brances around Malaysia were decorate with antique items as an attraction and to keep our nation heritage.

Saturday, February 2, 2008


Book's Title : Malaysia Banknotes & Coins
- 3rd Edition : September 2006

Editor : Mr. K.N. Boon
Publisher : Trigometric Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia
Total pages : 386 Pages (excluding cover)

Overview :
This book is a must for coins & bank notes collector in Malaysia or who else interested about coins & bank notes from Malaysia.

This is the latest version in market. Compared to previous version which I also have, this version is superb. There is new concepts of describing originality of the coins & bank notes. I'm sure you will not boring when reading this book.

It's comes with all coloured pages with good quality paper which I can say it's worth buying. Believe me that you can not find anywhere such a good and complete book on coins & bank notes in Malaysia.

For enquiry or order, please visit the writer / publisher at : or