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restoran <b>makanan</b> exotik daging rusa dan landak <b>di selangor</b>

Posted: 29 Jun 2015 12:19 PM PDT

Kepelbagaian hidangan masakan exotik di Restoran Lembah Bernam

RESTORAN MAKANAN EXOTIK DAGING RUSA DAN LANDAK DI SELANGOR | Malaysia, cukup terkenal dengan kepelbagaian makanan dan masakan yang enak dan sedap. Dan jangan terkejut jika ada sebahagiannya merupakan hidangan makanan exotik seperti daging rusa dan landak.


Dalam program Eat.Travel.Write Selangor Culinary Adventemosure yang lepas, Mat Remos telah berkesempatan untuk merasai sendiri beberapa hidangan exotic yang popular di Sekincan ni. Ianya ada di di RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM. Restoran ini ada menyediakan hidangan makanan exotik yang halal dimakan oleh orang islam.
RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM
Temuramah bersama pemilik Restoran Lembah Bernam
RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM | Jika ada diantara pembaca blog ini juga merupakan penggemar makanan exotik. Jangan lepaskan peluang anda untuk berkunjung ke RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM yang mana ianya berada di daerah Sekincan.
Hidangan daging Rusa dan daging landak
Hidangan rendang daging landak dan daging rusa lada hitam

Antara hidangan yang cukup popular di RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM ini ialah hidangan daging rusa dan daging landak. Bagi mereka yang pertama kali kesini mungkin agak pelik dengan hidangan seperti ini, tambah-tambah dengan hidangan daging landak.

Mat Remos tidak melepaskan peluang untuk merasai sendiri masakan daging rusa dan daging landak disini. Daging rusa mungkin ada persamaan rasa dengan daging lembu, tetapi daging landak ia cukup berbeza kerana ianya keras sedikit dan bertulang.


Hidangan Ayam Kampung, Ikan Sungai, Udang Galah
Hidangan Ayam Kampung, Ikan Sungai, Udang Galah

Selain dari hidangan makanan exotik seperti daging rusa dan daging landak, RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM juga ada menyediakan pelbagai pilihan menu masakan kampung yang cukup menyelerakan seperti, ayam kampung goreng, ikan sungai, udang galah, tapai beras, ikan pekasam, masak lemak ikan baung.


Hidangan Tapai Pulut, Ikan Pekasam dan Masak Lemak
Hidangan Tapai Pulut, Ikan Pekasam dan Masak Lemak Ikan Baung

Mereka juga ada menghidangkan daging arnab, burung puyuh, belut dan macam-macam lagi.

Brian _vlogger thetravelvlogger.com
makanan yang cukup menyelerakan
Makan sambil berkongsi cerita
Semua berpuas hati dengan masakan yang di hidangkan

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Alamat :
RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM

Jalan Main Canal, 

45400 Sekincan, 

Selangor, Malaysia

Waktu Operasi :

Isnin - Khamis: 

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sabtu - Ahad: 

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Jumaat :

cuti

No Telefon :

+60192133665

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pengalaman makan <b>makanan</b> exotic daging rusa dan landak <b>di</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 01 Jul 2015 12:45 PM PDT


Makanan Exotic

PENGALAMAN MAKAN MAKANAN EXOTIC DAGING RUSA DAN LANDAK DI SELANGOR | Biasa kita makan daging ayam, daging lembu, daging kambing je kan. Ha kali ni MY berpeluang rasa sendiri bagaimana daging RUSA dan daging LANDAK. *ayoooo ramai yang terkejut bila i makan daging LANDAK.

Rilek.. rilek sudah. Benda boleh makan MY makan ajela kan. Eh. Tapi sebenarnya MY jamah sikit je. heheheheh. Segan katanya. Bukan segan tapi perut dah full. Ye lah makan minum tak henti-henti bila ikut program Eat.Travel.Write Selangor Culinary Adventure 2015 ni.

Daging Landak dan Daging Rusa

Ha.. inila rupanya daging landak masak rendang dan daging rusa masak blackpaper. Bagi mereka yang sukakan daging-daging exotik ni boleh la datang ke restoran ni untuk cuba. Restoran yang kami singgah ni ialah Restoran Lembah Bernam yang mana ianya terletak di daerah Sekincan, Selangor.

Selain dari hidangan makanan exotik seperti daging rusa dan daging landak, RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM ini juga ada menyediakan pelbagai pilihan menu masakan kampung yang cukup menyelerakan seperti, ayam kampung goreng, ikan sungai, udang galah, tapai beras, ikan pekasam, masak lemak ikan baung. Mereka juga ada menghidangkan masakan daging arnab, burung puyuh, belut dan macam-macam lagi.

Semua kata sedap

Kalau korang nak tahu masakan kat restoran ni sedap ke tidak, boleh tengok gambar kat atas ni. *ha semua kata best. So apa lagi datanglah beramai-ramai untuk rasa sendiri pengalaman makan daging RUSA dan LANDAK di sini.

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Alamat :

RESTORAN LEMBAH BERNAM

Jalan Main Canal, 

45400 Sekincan, 

Selangor, Malaysia

Waktu Operasi :

Isnin - Khamis: 

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sabtu - Ahad: 

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Jumaat :

cuti

No Telefon :

+60192133665

Facebook :

www.projektravel.com

Permohonan Lesen Perniagaan Restoran dan Kedai Makan Bagi <b>...</b>

Posted: 12 May 2015 02:08 AM PDT

Memulakan Perniagaan Restoran dan Kedai Makan Di Selangor

Permohonan lesen perniagaan restoran

Lesen perniagaan merupakan perkara yang wajib ada kepada setiap pengusaha yang ingin menjalankan perniagaan secara sah di Malaysia. Di setiap negeri, terdapat perbezaan dari segi cara permohonan dan syarat-syarat yang dikenakan terutama sekali dalam industri pemakanan kerana ini adalah sektor kritikal yang boleh membahayakan kesihatan orang awam dan boleh membawa penyakit.

Perlesenan bagi perniagaan restoran / kedai makanan adalah penting bagi memastikan pengusaha yang diberikan lesen tersebut mematuhi kriteria dan garis panduan yang ditetapkan agar pengusaha beroperasi dengan menjaga kebersihan premis, menjaga kebersihan persekitaran, menjaga kebersihan dan kualiti makanan dan akhirnya menjami kesihatan pengguna awam yang membeli produk keluaran pengusaha tersebut.

Sering kita dengar di berita dan di akhbar  tajuk-tajuk seperti berikut:

'Seluar Dalam' Rahsia Cendol Buatan Bangla 

'Kilang Tauhu Jijik Kene Serbu'

'Kilang Bihun Jijik Di Batu Caves'

"kilang Roti Uli Tepung Guna Kaki Di Arah Tutup'

Dan macam-macam lagi…

Kebanyakan kes-kes yang dinyatakan seperti di atas beroperasi samada tiada lesen atau lesen telah lama tamat tempoh apabila diserbu pihak berkuasa. Inilah yang terjadi apabila perniagaan makanan beroperasi tanpa lesen menyebabkan pihak penguasa tidak dapat memantau kegiatan kotor mereka.

Sebenarnya permohonan lesen perniagaan restoran / kedai makan tidak susah dan sangat mudah. Tempoh yang diambil bagi kelulusan lesen adalah SERTA-MERTA!

Perundangan dan Akta

Adalah menjadi satu kesalahan di bawah seksyen 119 Akta Kerajaan Tempatan 1976, Akta 171, atas mana-mana undang kecil yang berkaitan jika seseorang itu menjalankan perniagaan tanpa lesen dari Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan .  Sabit kesalahan boleh didenda tidak lebih dari RM 2000.00 atau penjara tidak lebih dari satu tahun atau kedua-duanya sekali.

Lesen Serta-Merta

Permohonan lesen perniagaan  di negeri selangor telah naiktaraf dan melakukan penambahbaikan daripada proses yang dahulu ke proses yang digunapakai sekarang. Penambahan ini adalah bagi memudahkan lagi pengeluaran lesen dan menjadikan ia lebih efisyen dalam memproses permohonan lesen yang meningkat dari hari ke hari. Antara penambahbaikan yang dilakukan termasuk:

Masa

Prosedur Lama – 30 Hari

Prosedur Baru –  Kelulusan Serta Merta

Keperluan

Prosedur Lama – Memenuhi semua syarat teknikal sebelumkelulusan

Prosedur Baru – Memenuhi syarat dalam tempoh 2 (dua) bulan selepas pengeluaran lesen

Kelulusan

Prosedur Lama – Pemusatan Kuasa melalui keputusan mesyuarat / Datuk Bandar / YDP

Prosedur Baru – 'Empowerment' kepada pegawai yang diberikan kuasa

Pemeriksaan Premis

Prosedur Lama – Sebelum kelulusan

Prosedur Baru – Dalam masa 2 (dua) bulan setelah lesen dikeluarkan

Borang

Prosedur Lama – Borang perlu dibeli dan tiada keseragaman borang bagi semua PBT

Prosedur Baru – Borang adalah percuma dan boleh didapati di mana-mana PBT atau boleh dimuat turun di lama PBT. Borang juga adalah sama bagi semua PBT di Selangor.

 6 Kaedah Pengeluaran Lesen Perniagaan Serta-merta

Terdapat 6(enam) kaedah yang digunakan dalam pengeluaran lesen perniagaan serta-merta iaitu:

  1. Permohonan mematuhi semua syarat-syarat yang telah ditetapkan
  2. Terpakai bagi kesemua 56** lesen perniagaan iklan seperti dalam senarai A dan B
  3. Premis mempunyai CF/CCC
  4. Pemantauan dibuat setelah mendapat lesen dan diberi tempoh dua bulan untuk memenuhi semua syarat
  5. Kompaun diberikan atau lesen dibatalkan jika gagal mematuhi syarat yang ditetapkan
  6. Pemilik sendiri yang menandatangani borang permohonan dan dokumen aku janji*

* Tidak dibenarkan menghantar wakil atau perkhidmatan ejen

**Sila rujuk PBT bagi lesen-lesen perniagaan lain yang boleh dipohon secara serta-merta.

Senarai Lesen Serta-merta Dengan Syarat Khusus Senarai B

Terdapat 7(tujuh) jenis perniagaan yang diklasifikasikan di dalam Senarai B yang memerlukan syarat khusus tambahan iaitu:

  1. kedai Aiskrim
  2. Kedai Kawalan Serangga(jual sahaja)
  3. Kedai Runcit / Pasar Mini
  4. Kedai Produk Kesihatan / Makanan Kesihatan
  5. Restoran / Kedai Makan
  6. Tadika / Taska
  7. Hotel Bajet / Rumah Tumpangan

Carta aliran Proses Pengeluaran Lesen Serta-merta

Berikut merupakan carta alir bagi proses permohonan lesen serta-merta yang digunapakai diseluruh PBT yang terdapat di Selangor.

carta alir permohonan lesen mdks

Carta Alir Permohonan Lesen Perniagaan Restoran MDKS – Sumber:Panduan Permohonan Lesen Perniagaan Serta-Merta.pdf

Bagi kelulusan untuk lesen yang mempunyai syarat khusus seperti di senarai B, Tambahan pemeriksaan keatas borang akan dilakukan oleh penolong pegawai kesihatan persekitaran.

Oleh kerana lesen restoran termasuk di dalam Senarai B, maka tambahan proses diperlukan seperti di bawah ini.

Carta Alir Pemeriksaan Lesen Tambahan Senarai B

Carta Alir Pemeriksaan Lesen Tambahan Senarai B – Sumber:Panduan Permohonan Lesen Perniagaan Serta-Merta.pdf

Syarat-Syarat Kelulusan Serta Merta

Umumnya terdapat 2(dua) syarat yang wajib dipatuhi bagi mendapatkan kelulusan serta merta iaitu syarat-syarat Am dan Syarat Khas bagi lesen restoran/premis makanan.

Syarat-syarat Am kelulusan serta merta

1) Keselamatan

  • Menyediakan peti rawatan perubatan kecemasan yang lengkap dan sempurna.
  • Mengadakan Alat Pemadam Api yang sesuai dan mencukupi yang diluluskan oleh pihak Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat.
  • Pencahayaan dan pengudaraan hendaklah mencukupi di dalam premis.
  • Stor dan tangga serta pintu kecemasan hendaklah diselenggara dengan baik.
  • Di larang membuat sebarang kerja atau meletakkan barang-barang di atas kawasan awam seperti kakilima, lorong , jalan, siarkaki, longkang dan pintu keluar/masuk kecuali dengan kebenaran Majlis.

2) Kebersihan

  • Premis hendaklah mempunyai sistem bekalan air, elektrik dan pembentungan yang sempurna, berkeadaan baik dan selamat.
  • Mempamerkan papan tanda `Dilarang Merokok' dan `Menjaga Kebersihan'.
  • Seluruh premis di kawasan dalam dan luar hendaklah sentiasa bersih, berkeadaan baik, bebas daripada serangga dan rodensia atau haiwan pemeliharaan dan kacauganggu.
  • Tandas dan bilik air hendaklah sentiasa baik dan bersih.
  • Saliran air kumbahan hendaklah disalirkan ke sistem pembentungan.

3) Pembuangan Sampah

  • Premis hendaklah mempunyai tong sampah bertudung yang sempurna dan mencukupi serta berkeadaan bersih dan baik.
  •  Penggunaan karung plastik adalah diwajibkan.

4) Lain-lain

  • Dilarang menjalankan aktiviti atau pekerjaan lain di premis tanpa lesen atau kebenaran Majlis.
  • Pada hari-hari Kebesaran Negeri dan Kebangsaan, bendera Negeri Selangor dan bendera Malaysia hendaklah dikibarkan.
  • Pemegang lesen digalakkan mempamerkan gambar-gambar Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di Pertuan Agung, Seri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agung dan DYMM Sultan Selangor.

Syarat-syarat Khas kelulusan serta merta

1) Pengendali Makanan

  • Semua Pengendali Makanan hendaklah mendapatkan pemeriksaan Pegawai Perubatan dan suntikan typhoid / TY2 untuk layak mengendali makanan.
  • Semua pengendali makanan hendaklah menghadiri Kursus Pengendalian Makanan (KPM) yang diiktiraf oleh Majlis.
  • Semua Pengendali Makanan diwajibkan memakai apron yang berwana cerah dan penutup kepala yang bersih.
  • Semua Pengendali Makanan dilarang :
    i. Berkuku panjang dan kotor
    ii Merokok semasa mengendali makanan.
    iii. Memakai selipar dan sandal
    iv. Menyentuh dan mengambil makanan yang dimasak dengan tangan . (Hendaklah menggunakan sarung tangan & peralatan yang sesuai)

2) Ruang Makan

  • Lantai ruang makan hendaklah pasang dengan jubin yang sempurna dan jubin dinding hendaklah sekurang-kurangnya 1.5.meter dari lantai.
  • Menyediakan sinki dan bahan pencuci tangan yangmencukupi untuk kemudahan pelanggan.

3) Ruang Dapur

  • Menyediakan tempat penyediaan makanan yang mencukupi dan sentiasa dalam keadaan bersih.
  • Mengadakan peti atau bilik sejuk bersuhu darjah yang sesuai (Chiller – 0°C hingga 4°C dan Freezer – 0°C hingga 18°C). Makanan mentah atau yang belum dimasak hendaklah diletakkan berasingan daripada makanan yang telah dimasak. (Makanan masak diruang atas dan makanan mentah di ruang bawah peti sejuk).
  • Mengadakan cerobong asap dan/atau kipas hawa panas di tempat-tempat memasak makanan.
  • Semua barang-barang atau peralatan dan bahan-bahan makanan hendaklah berkeadaan baik dan bersih. Dilarang meletakkan barang makanan di ats lantai.
  • Mengadakan perangkap minyak atau lemak di sinki dan tempat membasuh peralatan penyediaan makanan.
  • Dinding dan lantai dapur, tempat penyediaan makanan hendaklah dipasang dengan jubin yang sempurna sehingga siling dapur.
  • Menyediakan sinki (sekurang-kurangnya 2 unit ) untuk mencuci peralatan penyediaan makanan . Dilarang sama sekali mencuci peralatan penyediaan makanan di atas lantai.
  • Tandas hendaklah disudahi dengan jubin dan sentiasa bersih serta menyediakan bahan pencuci yang mencukupi dan sesuai.

4) Stor Penyimpanan

  • Semua barang-barang atau peralatan dan bahan-bahan makanan hendaklah berkeadaan baik dan bersih serta diletak atau disimpan di atas rak, kabinet atau meja yang sempurna yang diperbuat daripada kayu, keluli, jubin, kaca dan sebagainya. Di larang meletak makanan di atas lantai.

5) Lain-lain

  • Makanan yang telah dimasak hendaklah sentiasa bertutup dan bebas dari hurungan serangga seperti lalat dan lipas.
  • Keseluruhan premis hendaklah bebas daripada serangga dan haiwan ridensia serta haiwan peliharaan

Syarat yang disebutkan di atas adalah syarat khusus yang wajib dipatuhi bagi kelulusan lesen serta-merta. Namu begitu, terdapat lagi tambahan yang dipanggil syarat khas yang di reka oleh PBT bagi keperluan setempat. Syarat ini berlainan mengikut PBT namun perbezaannya tidak begitu ketara di antara satu sama lain. Untuk mengetahui lebih lanjut berkenaan syarat khas, sila ikut pautan yang disediakan di bawah mengikut PBT Selangor.

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam, MBSA

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya, MBPJ

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya, MPSJ

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya, MPAJ

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Selayang, MPS

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Kajang, MPKj

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Sepang, MPSpg

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Daerah Hulu Selangor, MDHS

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Daerah Kuala Langat, MDKL

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Daerah Sabak Bernam, MDSB

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor, MDKS

Syarat-syarat Khas Lesen Premis Makanan Majlis Perbandaran Kelang, MPK

Borang Permohonan Lesen Serta-merta

Borang Permohonan lesen serta-merta boleh didapati secara percuma di kaunter pejabat PBT yang berkenaan. Sila pastikan dokumen sokongan dibawa bersama dan ikuti panduan mengisi borang permohonan lesen premis perniagaan kelulusan serta-merta.

Hidangan eksotik <b>Selangor di</b> Festival <b>Makanan</b> 30 & 31 Mei <b>...</b>

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:10 PM PDT

Oleh: AFEEQA AFEERA

SHAH ALAM, 28 MEI: Semua pencinta makanan berpeluang menikmati aneka hidangan lazat pelbagai budaya di Selangor melalui Festival Makanan negeri itu, pada 30 dan 31 Mei ini.

Bertempat di Dataran Kemerdekaan Shah Alam, festival itu menampilkan masakan khas dan eksotik di Selangor antaranya sate Kajang, cendol, rojak, nasi ambeng dan makanan tradisi lain.

Nasi AmbengSelain itu, pengunjung juga bakal dihiburkan dengan persembahan khas artis tempatan sambil menikmati pelbagai jenis makanan.

Pengunjung juga dijemput mengambil bahagian dalam demonstrasi masakan secara langsung bersama chef selebriti terkenal.

Festival itu sebahagian daripada aktiviti anjuran Tourism Selangor sempena Tahun Melawat Selangor 2015 yang mensasarkan tujuh juta pelancong.

-NFN-

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Posted: 10 Apr 2015 11:59 PM PDT

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<b>Makanan pelik di</b> - Blog Makanan <b>di Selangor</b>

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 09:02 PM PDT

attractionI am going to take you to a country which is full of islands. Any guess? Yes, you are right. It's Malaysia. There are878 islands in Malaysia. This country is known for its stunning sights and attractions. We are going to explore its astounding natural beauty that magnetizes vacationers/ tourists or visitors attraction. It's a country of exclusive culture and tradition. It's one of the best places on the globe with delicious cuisine and hospitable people. Kuala Lumpur is its capital with charming iconic Petronas Twin Towers.  Malaysia has many offshore geographical places. There would be around 510 which include ridges, sandbank and rocks. It's a multicultural state with many festivals and celebrations. Tour to Malaysia, is really a unique and pleasant experience.

There're lots of choices to stay in Malaysia, so it's tough to decide where to stay?

Mid-range hotels and 5 stars hotels with Chinese, Indian or Malaysian traditional cuisine and cozy rooms are easily available for vacationers/visitors anywhere in cities. You can enjoy luxury hotels or resorts located on islands. Accommodation is so cheap in Malaysia, you can easily get a room for $ 3 to $ 9 USD/night. Private rooms are available for $ 11 to $ 20 USD/night. You can camp in Taman Negara and can save lodgings cost.

Anyways, here're some suggestions.

Lone Pine Hotel, located Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, posses welcoming staff, stunning swimming pool, lip-smacking food, and calm atmosphere with beautiful sea views. You can get a huge variety of cocktails in bar corner.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, located on Batu Ferringhi beach, Penang Island, is a fantastic family resort, offers services such as water sports, tennis court, delicious food, pools, cozy rooms, hospitable staff and family entertainment center. Its cuisine includes Bar & Grill pizzas and seafood, tea/coffee, snacks, pastries.

where to stay

Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is a fantastic hotel with superb services. Welcoming staff, comfortable rooms, suspended pool and delicious Malaysian food make it more worthy staying.

Tanjong Jara Resort, located on Batu, Dungun, is one of the top 25 hotels in Malaysia, offers services such as Spa village, Pools, tennis court, delicious dining out, air-conditioned rooms, seafood and bar. You can spend a relaxing morning with coffee and newspaper on the beach.

Berjaya Tioman Resort, located in Pulau Tioman, is a traditional Malay style resort, offers services like pools, golf, tennis court, spa, coffee, snacks, global drinks, tasty food, air-conditioning cozy rooms and water sports including diving, fishing, snorkelling etc.

The Majestic Hotel, Majestic Malacca, Cameron Highlands Resort and Sama-Sama Hotel, in Kuala Lumpur, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort in Langkawi, Miri Marriot Resort & Spa, Mega Hotel, Grand Palace Hotel and Imperial Palace Hotel in Miri, Seven Terraces, Yeng Keng Hotel, Museum Hotel and Hotel Panega are also wonderful places to stay in Malaysia. 

As far as meal is concerned, you can have it in restaurants, western hotels , cooking own when living in camping or as a street meal and just have to pay $1 to $3 USD /head for street meal, $4 to $6 USD/head in restaurants while western food is a bit expensive. Malaysia is a Muslim country that's why drinks are expensive here. Anyways, here are some suggestions of restaurants for you.

Dining in the Dark, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is an amazing restaurant deeply into darkness and offers delicious food including soups, desserts etc.

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Black Forest, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers German cuisine.

Kebaya, located on Stewart Lane, Georgetown, Penang Island, offers good services and food.

Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery, located on Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, is a good place for families, lovebirds, special occasion or groups. You can enjoy Bar, Asian and Eclectic cuisine here until late night.

Top Spot Food Court, located Bukit Mata Kuching, Kuching is a family restaurant, offers best seafood and opens until late night.

Jambu Restaurant and Lounge, located on Crookshank Road, Kuching is a restaurant offers best pasta in town. It also deals with Bistro, Bar for cocktails and Tapas etc.

Black bean, The Heritage, Tribal Stove and Bella Italia are also superb restaurants in Kuching with the fantastic setting near river.

La Casa Kuantan, Crocodile Rock Pizza & Grill Restaurant, Satay Zul, and Dallah Restaurant in Kuantan offer great services with superb cuisine.

Malaysia is a country with many attractions or points of interests and more exciting thing is those are quite cheap. Here're some suggestions, and you must visit those places once you are in Malaysia.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, located in one of the biggest cities of Malaysia named "Ipoh". Here're plenty of attention-grabbing sights such as museums, temples and historical buildings.

attraction

Galeria Perdana, Rice Museum, and  Padi Langkawi, in Langkawi, are amazing places with precious stuff and collection, to visit. Langkawi is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and plenty of interesting sights. Ave Stella Maris Catholic Chapel is a beautiful church. Langkawi Wildlife Park and Underwater World are educational and exciting places with lots of fun.

The Islamic city "Kota Bharu" is a great city with royal places, museums, and plenty of other eye-catching sights.

Taman Negara National Park is a beautiful park in oldest rainforest Taman Negara. It's a place with lots of activities like trekking, safaris, and canopy walks.

activities

Islamic Art Museum, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya Bridge, Petrosains Science Discovery Centre, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Thean Hou Temple, and Lake Garden Parks are some suggested amazing places to visit in Kuala Lumpur.

Mount Kinabalu National Park, is the best choice for hiking, this Park is full of fun and will never disappoint you on your visit.

Malaysia is a land of festivals and celebrations as multicultural people exist here. Tourists or vacationers can enjoy these festivals almost every month of the year. Here are some suggestions for our visitors.

Tamil Community celebrates festival named "Thaipusam". It's a unique festival that is worth seeing. It can be best observed at Batu Caves in Selangor or Penang, in Januanry.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and last for 15 days. You can enjoy lion dances, fireworks, and delicious Chinese meal.

In April, Good Friday and Malaysia Water Festival are celebrated.

Wesak Day, and Harvest Festival are celebrated in May.

June is a month with amazing festivals like Hari Gawai and Dragon Boat Festivals.

July and August are the months with festivals such as the Rainforest World Music Festival, Independence day, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hungry Ghost Festival.

September becomes more colorful with Malaysia Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hari Raya Haji, Deepavali Festivals of Lights, and Christmas are celebrated in October, November and December.

Malaysia is not less than a heaven for shopaholics. Super international brands have covered Malaysian market and have luxury stores here. Sales at shopping mall attract many tourists every year. Mega Sales held on Christmas and Independence Day and last up to two months.

Utama, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit88, Lot10, Plaza Low Yat, Suria KLCC and Sogo are some remarkable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.

shopping3

ICT@Komtar, Island Plaza, Midlands One Stop, Plaza Gurney, Prangin Mall, Queensbay Mall and Straits Quay are some suggested shopping centers in Penang.

Langkawi Fair is a beautiful place for a shop in Langkawi.

Malaysia is a country with beaches. Therefore, beach holidays can be enjoyed all around the year. Summer season is mild, and usually climate is pleasant in Malaysia so you can visit it in all seasons. Anyhow, December and January are two peak tourists' seasons.  From June until August is also a good time to enjoy beaches activities.

when to fly

I assure you, your vacations to this country holding natural beauty, would be a treasured and unforgettable experience.

Blog Makanan <b>di</b> Kuala Lumpur: 12b) <b>Makanan pelik di</b> Putrajaya <b>...</b>

Posted: 11 Jul 2014 11:54 PM PDT

12b) Makanan pelik di Putrajaya - Blog <b>Makanan di Kuala Lumpur</b>

Posted: 28 Jun 2014 11:03 PM PDT

attractionI am going to take you to a country which is full of islands. Any guess? Yes, you are right. It's Malaysia. There are878 islands in Malaysia. This country is known for its stunning sights and attractions. We are going to explore its astounding natural beauty that magnetizes vacationers/ tourists or visitors attraction. It's a country of exclusive culture and tradition. It's one of the best places on the globe with delicious cuisine and hospitable people. Kuala Lumpur is its capital with charming iconic Petronas Twin Towers.  Malaysia has many offshore geographical places. There would be around 510 which include ridges, sandbank and rocks. It's a multicultural state with many festivals and celebrations. Tour to Malaysia, is really a unique and pleasant experience.

There're lots of choices to stay in Malaysia, so it's tough to decide where to stay?

Mid-range hotels and 5 stars hotels with Chinese, Indian or Malaysian traditional cuisine and cozy rooms are easily available for vacationers/visitors anywhere in cities. You can enjoy luxury hotels or resorts located on islands. Accommodation is so cheap in Malaysia, you can easily get a room for $ 3 to $ 9 USD/night. Private rooms are available for $ 11 to $ 20 USD/night. You can camp in Taman Negara and can save lodgings cost.

Anyways, here're some suggestions.

Lone Pine Hotel, located Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, posses welcoming staff, stunning swimming pool, lip-smacking food, and calm atmosphere with beautiful sea views. You can get a huge variety of cocktails in bar corner.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, located on Batu Ferringhi beach, Penang Island, is a fantastic family resort, offers services such as water sports, tennis court, delicious food, pools, cozy rooms, hospitable staff and family entertainment center. Its cuisine includes Bar & Grill pizzas and seafood, tea/coffee, snacks, pastries.

where to stay

Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is a fantastic hotel with superb services. Welcoming staff, comfortable rooms, suspended pool and delicious Malaysian food make it more worthy staying.

Tanjong Jara Resort, located on Batu, Dungun, is one of the top 25 hotels in Malaysia, offers services such as Spa village, Pools, tennis court, delicious dining out, air-conditioned rooms, seafood and bar. You can spend a relaxing morning with coffee and newspaper on the beach.

Berjaya Tioman Resort, located in Pulau Tioman, is a traditional Malay style resort, offers services like pools, golf, tennis court, spa, coffee, snacks, global drinks, tasty food, air-conditioning cozy rooms and water sports including diving, fishing, snorkelling etc.

The Majestic Hotel, Majestic Malacca, Cameron Highlands Resort and Sama-Sama Hotel, in Kuala Lumpur, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort in Langkawi, Miri Marriot Resort & Spa, Mega Hotel, Grand Palace Hotel and Imperial Palace Hotel in Miri, Seven Terraces, Yeng Keng Hotel, Museum Hotel and Hotel Panega are also wonderful places to stay in Malaysia. 

As far as meal is concerned, you can have it in restaurants, western hotels , cooking own when living in camping or as a street meal and just have to pay $1 to $3 USD /head for street meal, $4 to $6 USD/head in restaurants while western food is a bit expensive. Malaysia is a Muslim country that's why drinks are expensive here. Anyways, here are some suggestions of restaurants for you.

Dining in the Dark, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is an amazing restaurant deeply into darkness and offers delicious food including soups, desserts etc.

Malaysian-Food-2

Black Forest, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers German cuisine.

Kebaya, located on Stewart Lane, Georgetown, Penang Island, offers good services and food.

Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery, located on Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, is a good place for families, lovebirds, special occasion or groups. You can enjoy Bar, Asian and Eclectic cuisine here until late night.

Top Spot Food Court, located Bukit Mata Kuching, Kuching is a family restaurant, offers best seafood and opens until late night.

Jambu Restaurant and Lounge, located on Crookshank Road, Kuching is a restaurant offers best pasta in town. It also deals with Bistro, Bar for cocktails and Tapas etc.

Black bean, The Heritage, Tribal Stove and Bella Italia are also superb restaurants in Kuching with the fantastic setting near river.

La Casa Kuantan, Crocodile Rock Pizza & Grill Restaurant, Satay Zul, and Dallah Restaurant in Kuantan offer great services with superb cuisine.

Malaysia is a country with many attractions or points of interests and more exciting thing is those are quite cheap. Here're some suggestions, and you must visit those places once you are in Malaysia.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, located in one of the biggest cities of Malaysia named "Ipoh". Here're plenty of attention-grabbing sights such as museums, temples and historical buildings.

attraction

Galeria Perdana, Rice Museum, and  Padi Langkawi, in Langkawi, are amazing places with precious stuff and collection, to visit. Langkawi is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and plenty of interesting sights. Ave Stella Maris Catholic Chapel is a beautiful church. Langkawi Wildlife Park and Underwater World are educational and exciting places with lots of fun.

The Islamic city "Kota Bharu" is a great city with royal places, museums, and plenty of other eye-catching sights.

Taman Negara National Park is a beautiful park in oldest rainforest Taman Negara. It's a place with lots of activities like trekking, safaris, and canopy walks.

activities

Islamic Art Museum, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya Bridge, Petrosains Science Discovery Centre, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Thean Hou Temple, and Lake Garden Parks are some suggested amazing places to visit in Kuala Lumpur.

Mount Kinabalu National Park, is the best choice for hiking, this Park is full of fun and will never disappoint you on your visit.

Malaysia is a land of festivals and celebrations as multicultural people exist here. Tourists or vacationers can enjoy these festivals almost every month of the year. Here are some suggestions for our visitors.

Tamil Community celebrates festival named "Thaipusam". It's a unique festival that is worth seeing. It can be best observed at Batu Caves in Selangor or Penang, in Januanry.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and last for 15 days. You can enjoy lion dances, fireworks, and delicious Chinese meal.

In April, Good Friday and Malaysia Water Festival are celebrated.

Wesak Day, and Harvest Festival are celebrated in May.

June is a month with amazing festivals like Hari Gawai and Dragon Boat Festivals.

July and August are the months with festivals such as the Rainforest World Music Festival, Independence day, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hungry Ghost Festival.

September becomes more colorful with Malaysia Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hari Raya Haji, Deepavali Festivals of Lights, and Christmas are celebrated in October, November and December.

Malaysia is not less than a heaven for shopaholics. Super international brands have covered Malaysian market and have luxury stores here. Sales at shopping mall attract many tourists every year. Mega Sales held on Christmas and Independence Day and last up to two months.

Utama, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit88, Lot10, Plaza Low Yat, Suria KLCC and Sogo are some remarkable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.

shopping3

ICT@Komtar, Island Plaza, Midlands One Stop, Plaza Gurney, Prangin Mall, Queensbay Mall and Straits Quay are some suggested shopping centers in Penang.

Langkawi Fair is a beautiful place for a shop in Langkawi.

Malaysia is a country with beaches. Therefore, beach holidays can be enjoyed all around the year. Summer season is mild, and usually climate is pleasant in Malaysia so you can visit it in all seasons. Anyhow, December and January are two peak tourists' seasons.  From June until August is also a good time to enjoy beaches activities.

when to fly

I assure you, your vacations to this country holding natural beauty, would be a treasured and unforgettable experience.

12b) Makanan pelik di Putrajaya - Blog <b>Makanan di Kuala Lumpur</b>

Posted: 06 Jun 2014 11:50 PM PDT

attractionI am going to take you to a country which is full of islands. Any guess? Yes, you are right. It's Malaysia. There are878 islands in Malaysia. This country is known for its stunning sights and attractions. We are going to explore its astounding natural beauty that magnetizes vacationers/ tourists or visitors attraction. It's a country of exclusive culture and tradition. It's one of the best places on the globe with delicious cuisine and hospitable people. Kuala Lumpur is its capital with charming iconic Petronas Twin Towers.  Malaysia has many offshore geographical places. There would be around 510 which include ridges, sandbank and rocks. It's a multicultural state with many festivals and celebrations. Tour to Malaysia, is really a unique and pleasant experience.

There're lots of choices to stay in Malaysia, so it's tough to decide where to stay?

Mid-range hotels and 5 stars hotels with Chinese, Indian or Malaysian traditional cuisine and cozy rooms are easily available for vacationers/visitors anywhere in cities. You can enjoy luxury hotels or resorts located on islands. Accommodation is so cheap in Malaysia, you can easily get a room for $ 3 to $ 9 USD/night. Private rooms are available for $ 11 to $ 20 USD/night. You can camp in Taman Negara and can save lodgings cost.

Anyways, here're some suggestions.

Lone Pine Hotel, located Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, posses welcoming staff, stunning swimming pool, lip-smacking food, and calm atmosphere with beautiful sea views. You can get a huge variety of cocktails in bar corner.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, located on Batu Ferringhi beach, Penang Island, is a fantastic family resort, offers services such as water sports, tennis court, delicious food, pools, cozy rooms, hospitable staff and family entertainment center. Its cuisine includes Bar & Grill pizzas and seafood, tea/coffee, snacks, pastries.

where to stay

Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is a fantastic hotel with superb services. Welcoming staff, comfortable rooms, suspended pool and delicious Malaysian food make it more worthy staying.

Tanjong Jara Resort, located on Batu, Dungun, is one of the top 25 hotels in Malaysia, offers services such as Spa village, Pools, tennis court, delicious dining out, air-conditioned rooms, seafood and bar. You can spend a relaxing morning with coffee and newspaper on the beach.

Berjaya Tioman Resort, located in Pulau Tioman, is a traditional Malay style resort, offers services like pools, golf, tennis court, spa, coffee, snacks, global drinks, tasty food, air-conditioning cozy rooms and water sports including diving, fishing, snorkelling etc.

The Majestic Hotel, Majestic Malacca, Cameron Highlands Resort and Sama-Sama Hotel, in Kuala Lumpur, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort in Langkawi, Miri Marriot Resort & Spa, Mega Hotel, Grand Palace Hotel and Imperial Palace Hotel in Miri, Seven Terraces, Yeng Keng Hotel, Museum Hotel and Hotel Panega are also wonderful places to stay in Malaysia. 

As far as meal is concerned, you can have it in restaurants, western hotels , cooking own when living in camping or as a street meal and just have to pay $1 to $3 USD /head for street meal, $4 to $6 USD/head in restaurants while western food is a bit expensive. Malaysia is a Muslim country that's why drinks are expensive here. Anyways, here are some suggestions of restaurants for you.

Dining in the Dark, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is an amazing restaurant deeply into darkness and offers delicious food including soups, desserts etc.

Malaysian-Food-2

Black Forest, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers German cuisine.

Kebaya, located on Stewart Lane, Georgetown, Penang Island, offers good services and food.

Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery, located on Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, is a good place for families, lovebirds, special occasion or groups. You can enjoy Bar, Asian and Eclectic cuisine here until late night.

Top Spot Food Court, located Bukit Mata Kuching, Kuching is a family restaurant, offers best seafood and opens until late night.

Jambu Restaurant and Lounge, located on Crookshank Road, Kuching is a restaurant offers best pasta in town. It also deals with Bistro, Bar for cocktails and Tapas etc.

Black bean, The Heritage, Tribal Stove and Bella Italia are also superb restaurants in Kuching with the fantastic setting near river.

La Casa Kuantan, Crocodile Rock Pizza & Grill Restaurant, Satay Zul, and Dallah Restaurant in Kuantan offer great services with superb cuisine.

Malaysia is a country with many attractions or points of interests and more exciting thing is those are quite cheap. Here're some suggestions, and you must visit those places once you are in Malaysia.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, located in one of the biggest cities of Malaysia named "Ipoh". Here're plenty of attention-grabbing sights such as museums, temples and historical buildings.

attraction

Galeria Perdana, Rice Museum, and  Padi Langkawi, in Langkawi, are amazing places with precious stuff and collection, to visit. Langkawi is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and plenty of interesting sights. Ave Stella Maris Catholic Chapel is a beautiful church. Langkawi Wildlife Park and Underwater World are educational and exciting places with lots of fun.

The Islamic city "Kota Bharu" is a great city with royal places, museums, and plenty of other eye-catching sights.

Taman Negara National Park is a beautiful park in oldest rainforest Taman Negara. It's a place with lots of activities like trekking, safaris, and canopy walks.

activities

Islamic Art Museum, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya Bridge, Petrosains Science Discovery Centre, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Thean Hou Temple, and Lake Garden Parks are some suggested amazing places to visit in Kuala Lumpur.

Mount Kinabalu National Park, is the best choice for hiking, this Park is full of fun and will never disappoint you on your visit.

Malaysia is a land of festivals and celebrations as multicultural people exist here. Tourists or vacationers can enjoy these festivals almost every month of the year. Here are some suggestions for our visitors.

Tamil Community celebrates festival named "Thaipusam". It's a unique festival that is worth seeing. It can be best observed at Batu Caves in Selangor or Penang, in Januanry.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and last for 15 days. You can enjoy lion dances, fireworks, and delicious Chinese meal.

In April, Good Friday and Malaysia Water Festival are celebrated.

Wesak Day, and Harvest Festival are celebrated in May.

June is a month with amazing festivals like Hari Gawai and Dragon Boat Festivals.

July and August are the months with festivals such as the Rainforest World Music Festival, Independence day, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hungry Ghost Festival.

September becomes more colorful with Malaysia Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hari Raya Haji, Deepavali Festivals of Lights, and Christmas are celebrated in October, November and December.

Malaysia is not less than a heaven for shopaholics. Super international brands have covered Malaysian market and have luxury stores here. Sales at shopping mall attract many tourists every year. Mega Sales held on Christmas and Independence Day and last up to two months.

Utama, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit88, Lot10, Plaza Low Yat, Suria KLCC and Sogo are some remarkable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.

shopping3

ICT@Komtar, Island Plaza, Midlands One Stop, Plaza Gurney, Prangin Mall, Queensbay Mall and Straits Quay are some suggested shopping centers in Penang.

Langkawi Fair is a beautiful place for a shop in Langkawi.

Malaysia is a country with beaches. Therefore, beach holidays can be enjoyed all around the year. Summer season is mild, and usually climate is pleasant in Malaysia so you can visit it in all seasons. Anyhow, December and January are two peak tourists' seasons.  From June until August is also a good time to enjoy beaches activities.

when to fly

I assure you, your vacations to this country holding natural beauty, would be a treasured and unforgettable experience.

Blog <b>Makanan di Kuala Lumpur</b>: 12b) Makanan pelik di Putrajaya <b>...</b>

Posted: 07 Jun 2014 11:49 PM PDT

attractionI am going to take you to a country which is full of islands. Any guess? Yes, you are right. It's Malaysia. There are878 islands in Malaysia. This country is known for its stunning sights and attractions. We are going to explore its astounding natural beauty that magnetizes vacationers/ tourists or visitors attraction. It's a country of exclusive culture and tradition. It's one of the best places on the globe with delicious cuisine and hospitable people. Kuala Lumpur is its capital with charming iconic Petronas Twin Towers.  Malaysia has many offshore geographical places. There would be around 510 which include ridges, sandbank and rocks. It's a multicultural state with many festivals and celebrations. Tour to Malaysia, is really a unique and pleasant experience.

There're lots of choices to stay in Malaysia, so it's tough to decide where to stay?

Mid-range hotels and 5 stars hotels with Chinese, Indian or Malaysian traditional cuisine and cozy rooms are easily available for vacationers/visitors anywhere in cities. You can enjoy luxury hotels or resorts located on islands. Accommodation is so cheap in Malaysia, you can easily get a room for $ 3 to $ 9 USD/night. Private rooms are available for $ 11 to $ 20 USD/night. You can camp in Taman Negara and can save lodgings cost.

Anyways, here're some suggestions.

Lone Pine Hotel, located Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, posses welcoming staff, stunning swimming pool, lip-smacking food, and calm atmosphere with beautiful sea views. You can get a huge variety of cocktails in bar corner.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, located on Batu Ferringhi beach, Penang Island, is a fantastic family resort, offers services such as water sports, tennis court, delicious food, pools, cozy rooms, hospitable staff and family entertainment center. Its cuisine includes Bar & Grill pizzas and seafood, tea/coffee, snacks, pastries.

where to stay

Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is a fantastic hotel with superb services. Welcoming staff, comfortable rooms, suspended pool and delicious Malaysian food make it more worthy staying.

Tanjong Jara Resort, located on Batu, Dungun, is one of the top 25 hotels in Malaysia, offers services such as Spa village, Pools, tennis court, delicious dining out, air-conditioned rooms, seafood and bar. You can spend a relaxing morning with coffee and newspaper on the beach.

Berjaya Tioman Resort, located in Pulau Tioman, is a traditional Malay style resort, offers services like pools, golf, tennis court, spa, coffee, snacks, global drinks, tasty food, air-conditioning cozy rooms and water sports including diving, fishing, snorkelling etc.

The Majestic Hotel, Majestic Malacca, Cameron Highlands Resort and Sama-Sama Hotel, in Kuala Lumpur, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort in Langkawi, Miri Marriot Resort & Spa, Mega Hotel, Grand Palace Hotel and Imperial Palace Hotel in Miri, Seven Terraces, Yeng Keng Hotel, Museum Hotel and Hotel Panega are also wonderful places to stay in Malaysia. 

As far as meal is concerned, you can have it in restaurants, western hotels , cooking own when living in camping or as a street meal and just have to pay $1 to $3 USD /head for street meal, $4 to $6 USD/head in restaurants while western food is a bit expensive. Malaysia is a Muslim country that's why drinks are expensive here. Anyways, here are some suggestions of restaurants for you.

Dining in the Dark, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is an amazing restaurant deeply into darkness and offers delicious food including soups, desserts etc.

Malaysian-Food-2

Black Forest, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers German cuisine.

Kebaya, located on Stewart Lane, Georgetown, Penang Island, offers good services and food.

Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery, located on Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, is a good place for families, lovebirds, special occasion or groups. You can enjoy Bar, Asian and Eclectic cuisine here until late night.

Top Spot Food Court, located Bukit Mata Kuching, Kuching is a family restaurant, offers best seafood and opens until late night.

Jambu Restaurant and Lounge, located on Crookshank Road, Kuching is a restaurant offers best pasta in town. It also deals with Bistro, Bar for cocktails and Tapas etc.

Black bean, The Heritage, Tribal Stove and Bella Italia are also superb restaurants in Kuching with the fantastic setting near river.

La Casa Kuantan, Crocodile Rock Pizza & Grill Restaurant, Satay Zul, and Dallah Restaurant in Kuantan offer great services with superb cuisine.

Malaysia is a country with many attractions or points of interests and more exciting thing is those are quite cheap. Here're some suggestions, and you must visit those places once you are in Malaysia.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, located in one of the biggest cities of Malaysia named "Ipoh". Here're plenty of attention-grabbing sights such as museums, temples and historical buildings.

attraction

Galeria Perdana, Rice Museum, and  Padi Langkawi, in Langkawi, are amazing places with precious stuff and collection, to visit. Langkawi is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and plenty of interesting sights. Ave Stella Maris Catholic Chapel is a beautiful church. Langkawi Wildlife Park and Underwater World are educational and exciting places with lots of fun.

The Islamic city "Kota Bharu" is a great city with royal places, museums, and plenty of other eye-catching sights.

Taman Negara National Park is a beautiful park in oldest rainforest Taman Negara. It's a place with lots of activities like trekking, safaris, and canopy walks.

activities

Islamic Art Museum, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya Bridge, Petrosains Science Discovery Centre, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Thean Hou Temple, and Lake Garden Parks are some suggested amazing places to visit in Kuala Lumpur.

Mount Kinabalu National Park, is the best choice for hiking, this Park is full of fun and will never disappoint you on your visit.

Malaysia is a land of festivals and celebrations as multicultural people exist here. Tourists or vacationers can enjoy these festivals almost every month of the year. Here are some suggestions for our visitors.

Tamil Community celebrates festival named "Thaipusam". It's a unique festival that is worth seeing. It can be best observed at Batu Caves in Selangor or Penang, in Januanry.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and last for 15 days. You can enjoy lion dances, fireworks, and delicious Chinese meal.

In April, Good Friday and Malaysia Water Festival are celebrated.

Wesak Day, and Harvest Festival are celebrated in May.

June is a month with amazing festivals like Hari Gawai and Dragon Boat Festivals.

July and August are the months with festivals such as the Rainforest World Music Festival, Independence day, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hungry Ghost Festival.

September becomes more colorful with Malaysia Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hari Raya Haji, Deepavali Festivals of Lights, and Christmas are celebrated in October, November and December.

Malaysia is not less than a heaven for shopaholics. Super international brands have covered Malaysian market and have luxury stores here. Sales at shopping mall attract many tourists every year. Mega Sales held on Christmas and Independence Day and last up to two months.

Utama, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit88, Lot10, Plaza Low Yat, Suria KLCC and Sogo are some remarkable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.

shopping3

ICT@Komtar, Island Plaza, Midlands One Stop, Plaza Gurney, Prangin Mall, Queensbay Mall and Straits Quay are some suggested shopping centers in Penang.

Langkawi Fair is a beautiful place for a shop in Langkawi.

Malaysia is a country with beaches. Therefore, beach holidays can be enjoyed all around the year. Summer season is mild, and usually climate is pleasant in Malaysia so you can visit it in all seasons. Anyhow, December and January are two peak tourists' seasons.  From June until August is also a good time to enjoy beaches activities.

when to fly

I assure you, your vacations to this country holding natural beauty, would be a treasured and unforgettable experience.

10 Restoran <b>Makanan</b> Laut Paling Sedap <b>Di</b> Sekitar <b>Kuala Lumpur</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 05 Jul 2014 03:24 PM PDT

Sedapnya dapat makan makanan laut, ikan pari bakar, sotong goreng tepung, ketam goreng cili, kerang bakar dan pelbagai lagi. Tapi dekat mana restoran makanan laut yang paling best dan sedap sekitar Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor?

1. Aroma Ikan Bakar, Pantai Jeram, Kuala Selangor

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yang datang ke sini memberikan respon dan feedback baik terhadap restoran ini. Menariknya restoran ini mengadap laut, jadi kalau nak tengok matahari terbenam sini memang cantik. Tempat besar dan mempunyai pelbagai pilihan makanan laut ada di sini, harga juga murah dan paling penting sedap dan berbaloi. Mesti cuba, ketam masak cili, udang tumis petai dan macam-macam lagi.

  • Aroma Ikan Bakar, Jalan Pantai Jeram, Jeram, Selangor

2. Restoran Lala Seafood, Kg Baru

Restoran Lala Seafood yang terletak di Kg Baru ini merupakan restoran Thailand jadi di sinilah tempat anda ingin menikmati makanan Thai. Menariknya Lala Seafood ketengahkan konsep rumah kampung, mempunyai 2 bahagian sama ada ada mahu makan di tempat airconditioner atau kipas sahaja. Yang sedap di sini semestinya tomyam seafood yang mempunyai portion agak besar dan isi yang banyak, langsung tidak kedekut. Pencuci mulut seperti pulut mangga juga sedap dan manis.

  • Restoran Lala Seafood, 154, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

3. Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik, Bangi

Restoran ini merupakan sebuah restoran eksklusif terapung di atas tasik dengan susun atur meja serta peralatan persis hotel selain menawarkan satu suasana baru yang menarik tetapi dengan harga murah. Antara menu utama di Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik ialah himpunan makanan laut yang segar termasuk hidangan ala carte seperti tom yam seafood, udang mentega, sotong celup tepung selain daging dan ayam masak merah.

  • Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik, Bangi
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4. Suraya Seafood, Kg Baru

Selain Lala Seafood, satu lagi tempat makan makanan laut yang best di Kg Baru ialah Suraya Seafood. Sentiasa penuh dengan orang ramai yang datang berkunjung makan di situ. Pelbagai pilihan makanan laut yang segar dan banyak boleh didapati di sini, harga mengikut saiz yang anda pilih. Tempat agak terhad jadi kena datang awal. Mesti cuba nasi bubur berlauk, pulut mangga, nasi dagang, kerang bakar dan pelbagai lagi.

  • Suraya Seafood
  • Kampung Baru (Jalan Raja Muda Musa), 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

5. Nuri Seafood, Kg Baru

Siapa pernah ke Nuri Seafood yang juga terletak di Kg Baru, restoran yang simple tetapi makanan memang sedap. Makanan di sini original dari Thai, malah kesemua pekerja sampailah chef orang Thai. Mesti cuba ikan kembung masak kerabu, tomyam seafood juga sangat pekat, udang celup tepung, sayur kailan ikan masin yang segar dan pelbagai lagi.

  • Restoran Nuri Seafood
  • Jalan Raja Alang, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

6. Restoran Puteri Ayu, Shah Alam

Menariknya restoran ini pernah keluar di rancangan Jalan Jalan Cari Makan jadi sudah semestinya makanannya sedap dan enak sekali. Mempunyai pelbagai pilihan. Tomyam seafood di sini sedap dan pekat, sotong bakar berempah, siakap bakar dan juga pencuci mulut bahtera ayu ice cream, lagi satu air minuman istimewa mango special dan honeydew special.

  • Restoran Puteri Ayu
  • Jalan Padang Jawa (Padang Jawa), Shah Alam, Selangor

7. Restoran Terapung HM Sri Bagan

estoran ini berkonsepkan terapung, tempat terbaik untuk lihat matahari terbenam. Makanan laut kesemuanya segar dan menyelerakan. Malah, harga setiap makanan laut juga murah dan berpatutan. Jika ke sini, anda mesti cuba ikan siakap bakar, pepahat masak cili, kerang masak serai, ikan kerapu masak stim asam boi dan juga ketam masak berempah.

  • Restoran Terapung HM Sri Bagan
  • Pantai Perkhemahan Bagan Lalang, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Sepang, Selangor.
  • No. Telefon : 03-31412895

8. Restoran Intai-Intai, Ampang

Restoran ini pernah memasuki rancangan Jalan Jalan Cari Makan 2009, menjanjikan kesedapan dan kenakan rasa setiap hidangan. Mungkin tempatnya agak tersorok menyebabkan anda susah mahu mencarinya. Konsep restoran ini sangat romantik jadi bolehlah datang untuk meraikan ulang tahun perkahwinan bersama yang tercinta. Antara yang menarik ialah kerabu mangga, tomyam seafood campur sangat pekat, ayam masak bercili ala Thai, pucuk paku goreng belacan, jus mangga, nasi goreng seafood, suhun goreng.

  • Restoran Intai-Intai
  • Backyard Lot 378, Jln Ampang Hulu Kelang, MRR2 Highway, 68000 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

9. Restoran Nur Cahaya Seafood, Pantai Remis, Kuala Selangor

Restoran ini terletak betul-betul di tepi laut. Mempunyai banyak menu dan pelbagai jenis makanan laut yang segar dan harga juga berpatutan. Jika anda sudah pilih makanan laut, cuba antara menu ini udang goreng kunyit, lala masak tiga rasa, ketam masak sweet sour, sotong goreng tepung, mentarang masak halia, ikan siakap bakar.

  • Restoran Nur Cahaya Seafood
  • Pantai Remis, Jeram

10. Seafood@River View, Kuala Selangor

Boleh dikatakan tempat yang paling enak menyajikan makanan laut dari ketam. Di sini anda boleh lihat kelip-kelip sambil menikmati hidangan, memang cantik. Apa yang menarik dan best di sini, lala masak cili, udang butter, sotong masak Thai, dan yang paling the best ialah crab with milk.

  • Seafood@River View
  • 1. Jalan Besar, Pasir Penambang, Kuala Selangor, 45000, Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
  • +60 3-3289 2238

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Produk <b>makanan</b> Indonesia raih transaski besar <b>di</b> Malaysia <b>...</b>

Posted: 02 Jul 2014 01:14 AM PDT

Kuala Lumpur (ANTARA News) - Aneka produk makanan, minuman serta komoditi Indonesia kembali meraih transaksi besar dalam pameran ke-15 Malaysia International Food and Beverages (MIFB) 2014, mencapai Rp8,625 miliar.

"Jumlah transaksinya mencapai senilai 750 ribu dolar AS atau setara Rp8,625 miliar, yang berarti melebihi target yang diharapkan," kata Atase Perdagangan KBRI Kuala Lumpur, Fajarini Puntodewi kepada Antara di Kuala Lumpur, Rabu.

Menurut dia, produk makanan dan minuman yang meraih transaksi di antaranya produk teh, produk kakao, produk diet dan franchise ayam goreng.

Selain transaksi tersebut, lanjut dia, produk-produk UKM Indonesia yang dijual secara retail juga sangat laris sehingga semua produk terjual habis.

Puntodewi menambahkan, permintaan akan produk Indonesia tidak saja berasal dari Malaysia, namun juga dari beberapa negara lainnya seperti Bangladesh, Tunisia dan Hong Kong.

Pameran yang berlangsung pada 19-21 Juni 2014 diikuti oleh 400 exhibitor, termasuk 26 exhibitor international antara lain dari Tiongkok, Ekuador, Yunani, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea Selatan, Taiwan, Thailand dan Singapura.

Pada pameran kali ini, Pavilion Indonesia yang dikoordinasikan oleh Bidang Perdagangan KBRI Kuala Lumpur, menyewa 6 stan dan membawa 18 perusahaan yang terdiri atas perusahaan besar, menengah dan kecil.

Produk yang ditawarkan adalah teh, kopi, coklat, minuman diet dan kesehatan, ikan kaleng, lauk (rendang) serta produk makanan kecil lainnya seperti bakpia, kue, makanan ringan, dan bumbu instan.

Meskipun pasar Malaysia tidak besar, namun produk Indonesia masih memiliki potensi besar untuk dikembangkan dan diekspor baik ke Malaysia maupun pasar internasional lainnya.

Produk seperti teh, kopi dan kakao dari Indonesia memiliki pasar sangat baik di Malaysia, karena kualitas yang tinggi serta biaya transportasi lebih rendah dibandingkan dengan pesaing dari Afrika.

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Posted: 24 Jul 2014 07:57 PM PDT

Top UK 'Think Tank' Staged BN's Latest PR Stunt On Palm Oil – INVESTIGATION
Alfred Jabu flew out Sarawakians to dress up as grateful "rural folk" and parade at the IEA as people who had benefitted from SALCRA

Alfred Jabu flew out Sarawakians to dress up as grateful "rural folk" and parade at the IEA as people who had benefitted from SALCRA

The prominent London-based free market 'think tank', the Institute of Economic Affairs, has been put in an embarrassing position over an apparent conflict of interest, thanks to remarks by Sarawak's Deputy Chief Minister, Alfred Jabu.

Jabu, in a speech earlier this week, boasted about his "world-wide acknowledgement" by the Institute, thanks to being granted a platform in January, at the launch of a supposedly independent report on palm oil, commissioned by the IEA.

Sarawak Report has now investigated the matter and uncovered compromising links between the on-going PR campaigns sponsored by the Malaysian Palm Oil Council and this IEA report.

The report, entitled  reflects the arguments of the MPOC and praises the Malaysian palm oil industry, claiming it "has a good record with regards to sustainability":

 "Certainly, some loss of forest and wildlife habitat has occurred as a result of the expansion of agriculture, including oil palm, in Malaysia, but the extent of this loss appears to have been exaggerated. The majority of palm oil plantations are located on the Malaysian mainland peninsula – nowhere near the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo where the Borneo orang-utans are to be found. Over 50 per cent of Malaysia's land area remains under forest cover and many areas are given full protection against logging"[IEA Report, October 2013]

Massive deforestation - the reality of Sarawak's oil palm industry

Massive deforestation – the reality of Sarawak's oil palm industry

The author of the report, which clearly defies all the known evidence about this most rapidly deforested area on the planet, is a member of the Institute's own Editorial Board, Keith Boyfield, who told Sarawak Report that the entire report was commissioned by the IEA, which published it as a 'discussion paper'.

Yet Boyfield, who operates his own consultancy, has enjoyed two recent trips to Sarawak, funded by none other than the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC).

Not only that, it turns out that Boyfield was accompanied on at least one of these occasions by senior staff of the IEA, including the chief operating officer, Glynn Brailsford, who also enjoyed the hospitality of the MOPC.

And their chief host on these trips?  None other than Boyfield's fellow panellist at the IEA event, Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu, the Chairman of the controversial SALCRA (Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority)!

Keith's Malaysian Government host Alfred Jabu enjoying a platform at the IEA with the launch of its research on palm oil

Keith's Malaysian Government host Alfred Jabu enjoying a platform at the IEA with the launch of its 'research paper' on palm oil

Only natural!

Boyfield has confirmed to Sarawak Report that his trip was funded by the Malaysian Government:

"We got an invitation from the Malaysian Government….They [the MPOC] certainly were responsible for organising some of it. That was the background. The study was commissioned by the IEA"

When informed that there have been a number of PR drives of this nature by the MPOC, Boyfield appeared to contradict the IEA's ethical guidelines, which bann government sponsorship and tied funding, saying:

"Well that's only natural!"

He also confirmed he was hosted and escorted by SALCRA to their own plantations. SALCRA has forced thousands of native customary land owners into statutory 'joint ventures' with the state government to grow palm oil with highly controversial outcomes.

The trip in April 2012 was variously described in Sarawak's government controlled media as a "press trip" (Borneo Post), a trip of "international experts" (Star) and as "a visit by an 8 member delegation of the IEA" (Sarawak Monitor)

Hearing SALCRA's side of the story - but was this genuine or "tied" research?

Hearing SALCRA's side of the story – but was this genuine or "tied" research? [The Star Archive]

 Rock solid rules on 'tied funding'

These visits and links to the Malaysian Palm Oil Council by the author of the report and "fellow" of the IEA clearly breech the purpose of the Institute's own "rock solid rules" against any "tied funding" to research or government sponsorship, as explained by a spokeswoman for the Institute this week:

"in terms of our funding we don't take any tied money, so the paper would have been commissioned purely on the merit of the work that is in it.  And again we don't accept any money from government or government agencies" 

Responding to our queries, the spokeswoman admitted that given the clear involvement of the MPOC and Jabu in Boyfield's research and the IEA's own compromising links, "it is a very complex and inter-twined matter".

She added "I understand obviously that it may be the case that the conclusions in Keith's paper aren't necessarily a true reflection of how things are, and that may well be to do with a number of other factors, but in terms of the relations we have, we did not take any tied money".

Posing as representatives of SALCRO "smallholders" at the IEA

Posing as representatives of SALCRO "smallholders" at the IEA

It is a weak position to take and the Institute's will have been further embarrassed by the fact that Jabu and the Malaysian Palm Oil Council have not hesitated to extract maximum positive PR from both the IEA visits to Borneo and the resulting return trip to London to launch the IEA's positive report on Malaysia's record.

'Native smallholders' flown to the UK

To take advantage of the IEA event the MPOC flew over three "Sarawak smallholders" to join Alfred Jabu on stage.

The MPOC named the trio on their promotional 'faces of palm oil' Facebook page, as Thomas Lamit, Rebecca Lambet and Briku Busang.

All three dressed up in tribal costume for the evening, in order to present themselves to the British onlookers as delighted native beneficiaries of the SALCRA 'joint venture' programmes.

Later, the same trio dressed in ordinary clothes, posed outside the Houses of Parliament to record a You Tube video, in which they took turns to condemn NGOs and to boast how they now have new homes and cars, thanks to oil palm and SALCRA.

This video, entitled 'Human Faces of Palm Oil', was sponsored by SALCRA and the MPOC.  In it the lead speaker claims, untruthfully, that "palm oil cultivation in Sarawak is done on land already cleared long ago, so there is no destruction of forest".

Apologists for SALCRA attacking NGOs in London

Malaysian Government funded this "smallholder's" trip to the UK to attend the IEA event and produce promotional material on oil palm

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In the same video Rebecca Lambet describes her own family's rich new lifestyle, including multiple car ownership.

These are circumstances that bear little relation to the reality of life for most dirt poor Dayaks living on SALCRA plantations.

Furthermore, these PR friendly "smallholders'" are noticeably advanced English-speakers, considering they are supposed to be rural folk.

Despite the IEA's attempt to distance themselves from "tied funding" these 'faces of palm oil' clearly had their trip funded by the Malaysian public.

PR dividends for the Malaysian Oil Palm Industry 

It is therefore clear is that Keith Boyfeild and his IEA event have just provided the latest platform for yet another publicly funded publicity stunt by the Malaysian Palm Oil Council in their on-going 'greenwash campaign' promoting palm oil.

And the MPOC generated publicity around Boyfield's Sarawak visits wholly undermines any attempts by the IEA to claim distance or objectivity for their research.

Boyfield and Jabu on his 'press trip' in 2012. He lavished praise to the Sarawak media about BN's record in Sarawak and attacked foreign criticism about human rights and the environment.

Boyfield (3rd left) and Jabu on his 'press trip' in 2012. In the article he lavished praise on BN's record in Sarawak, saying it was time to "correct misperceptions in western countries"

For example, during his MPOC funded visit in 2012, Boyfield was quoted extensively by the KTS-owned Borneo Post (below), who portrayed him as a senior international journalist, relentlessly praising the Sarawak state government and its record on logging, oil palm and the environment:

"The state government should do more to promote the positive things it has been doing with regards to nature conservation to correct misperceptions, especially among western countries…Keith Boyfield, the spokesperson for a delegation of foreign media to the state, said…

Sarawak oil palm expert, thanks to his week long trip?

Sarawak oil palm expert, thanks to his week long trip?

He opined that at the moment Sarawak had been too modest in its campaign to tell the world about its conservation efforts, and because of that it had been subjected to criticisms particularly in Britain and Europe about the way oil palm plantations were being developed here…

"Most of the things we hear about are always threats to the habitats and also constant theme of the elimination of mangrove swamps and rainforests when in actual fact that doesn't appear to be the case," he said...

Boyfield, who is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and other leading newspapers and journals including Financial Centres International, said before this there had been a lot of criticisms in Great Britain and Europe about the way oil palm plantations were being developed in Malaysia and Indonesia…

"There also have been sort of view from people in Britain that Malaysians or the people of Sarawak are cutting down all the virgin rainforests and eliminating the habitats for mammals like orang utans so that they could grow oil palm," he noted.

He explained that the purpose of the delegation was basically to see with their own eyes whether some of the claims and accusations made in the western media corresponded to reality, saying what they discovered proved that those reports were untrue."[Borneo Post 28/4/12]

Boyfield's quoted opinions on these matters appear to have been furnished by his week long visit, hosted by SALCRA and being shown round SALCRA plantations by Alfred Jabu. They contradict widely known facts and betray a lack of genuine investigation on the ground.

Indeed his own reports on Twitter at the time focused less on the conditions in dirt poor Dayak longhouses and more on his sponsored accommodation in the Taib family's Hilton Hotel!

Report from the ground? - excited tweets from Boyfield about his luxury experience of Sarawak.

Report from the ground? – excited tweets from Boyfield about his luxury experience of Sarawak in Kuching's Hilton

A bit of time in the interior of Sarawak would surely have informed Mr Boyfield a little better, because according more quotes in the Borneo Post, he then came out with the astonishing claim that the state's oil palm plantations were merely conversions from the traditional rubber plantations and that the virgin jungle remains intact!

"This is because from what we see so far is it appeared that your palm oil plantations have actually switched from other commodities such as rubber and now you have been cultivating palm oil instead of other commodities.

"It is not so much of you cutting down lots of primary rainforest as claimed by some western media," he [Boyfield] commented [Borneo Post]

Fact check for Keith Boyfield

These remarks by Boyfield were repeated throughout the Sarawak media at the time and also later when the IEA report was produced.

One widely disseminated article was entitled "British experts say criticisms from foreign NGOs on environment are exaggerated":

British experts say criticisms from foreign NGOs on environment are exaggerated

"The Institute of Economic Appeal (IEA) has produced a report entitled "Commercial Agriculture: Is It A Cure Or A Curse, Malaysian and African Experience Constructed" by Keith Boyfield.  

The report highlights the roles played by SALCRA in spearheading a move to develop native customary right land into commercial plantation….. This very favorable report was produced by The Institute of Economic Appeal an Independent Body following a visit by its 8-member delegation to Sarawak sometime in April 2012, 

During the visit, members of the delegation led by Mr. Keith Boyfield had dialogue sessions and discussions with members of local business community, representatives of statutory bodies and general public including participants in the land development schemes. 

They visited Palm Oil Plantation at Sungai Stengang in Stungkur, conducted interviews with many SALCRA scheme participants and visited Palm Oil Mill. After visiting Sarawak they visited Peninsular Malaysia for the same purpose.

Great PR material for BN's cyber-bloggers

Great PR material for BN's cyber-bloggers

To the contrary, we suggest it is time that Boyfield shook off the MOPC, took a more independent visit and checked his facts.

Because, this expert of one week was soon engaging in public debates and making his ignorance plain – claiming for example that "property rights are pretty well respected in Malaysia" and that the concept of Land Grabs is too "emotive" and "nuanced" with respect to the oil palm debate.

Academic tour or the usual tourist junket courtesy of the Sarawak government ?

Academic tour or the usual tourist junket courtesy of the Sarawak government ?

Mr Boyfield should contact Sarawak's expert native land rights lawyers, who have seen numerous court victories ignored by the state government and outfits like SALCRA, and think again.

No immigrant workers?

Boyfield has also claimed that during his 'academic visit' to Sarawak he observed that everyone he met working on oil palm plantations was a local person and not a migrant worker! 

"In Sarawak it strikes me because traditionally its been a much poorer part of Malaysia than the peninsula they're able to recruit locally". 

Mr Boyfield should contact any of the grassroots indigenous groups, who could tell him of the major problem with respect to the vast immigrant labour force in Sarawak and the uneconomic wages for local people, even on their own SALCRA "smallholdings", and then speak again.

Great dividends from SALCRA?

In yet another article, promoting his concept that the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry should be encouraged to expand into Africa for the benefit of the world poor, Boyfield even plays the SALCRA 'dividend game', ie spouting big figures without finishing the maths:

"In Sarawak, standards of living have been transformed by commercial agri-business… Farmers associated with SALCRA, a group set up to develop native land rights in Sarawak, have earned $163m individend payments since 1985″ [Keith Boyfield, The Enquirer, Liberia]

Given Boyfield himself acknowledges that there are around 22,000 SALCRA members, this sum in fact calculates over the 30 year period to about $200 a year per family, in return for the sacrifice of their rightful native lands and forests to the government controlled 'joint ventures', managed by Alfred Jabu.

World's worst CEO? Ordinary shareholders have gained little from SALCRA - only BN cronies and himself have profited

World's worst CEO? Ordinary shareholders have gained little from SALCRA – only BN cronies and himself have profited

As everyone in Sarawak knows, the smallholders from SALCRA have received virtually nothing in return for the surrender of their lands and that Jabu's dividends have been paltry compared to the rich profits made by privately run oil palm ventures.

Neither did these native customary rights land owners receive one ringgit from the huge sums raised out of logging the timber from their lands to make way for the SALCRA palm oil plantations (less than 5% of virgin forest remains in Sarawak – just another fact check for Mr Boyfield).

Only government ministers, like Alfred Jabu and their cronies, have raked in hundreds of millions from the land grab policies of the State of Sarawak.  The Dayak remain as poor as ever.

Attacking NGOs

MPOC was about to hire FBC Media, before SR exposed their illegal activities

MPOC was about to hire FBC Media, before SR exposed their illegal activities and closed them down

But rather than check his facts and balance his arguments, this British consultant has chosen instead to adopt the Malaysian Palm Oil's obsession with attacking NGOs.

In Malaysia free speech and independent opinion are treated like crimes by BN politicians, who find all criticism highly damaging, since they usually can't answer it.

But, why should a British onlooker condemn legitimate concerns raised by NGOs in the same way?

This week, when Jabu again went on the attack over native protests against Sarawak's latest dam building and 'industrialisation programme', the DCM as ever blamed "selfish foreign NGOs who are being paid" for "inciting" them.

He revealed his own paid for PR in the process:

"From overseas they get support from negative NGOs, but these people from overseas what do they know about our internal potential? I went over to London last January at the invitation of the Institute of Economic Affairs to be one of the panel speakers whereby my presentation to overseas has been acknowledged worldwide by the Institute of Economic Affairs in London. And I have been invited again to go to Belgium to tell the NGOs in Europe about our need to survive. Our own people, not because of the selfishness of the NGOs who are being paid, I know i've got records, by countries they collect money to finance the NGOs to disturb us here and I'm going to fight that, for the sake of Sarawak."  [recorded speech] 

Sarawak Report will investigate Jabu's Belgium event.  But, meanwhile why has Mr Boyfield has adopted the same anti-NGO line in his supportive articles for the MPOC?

"GLOBAL food security and the need to save Africa's poor from starvation have dominated international discussions for decades, and were key themes at the latest G8 summit. Yet the goal has triggered a raft of accusations from campaigning NGOs that business is guilty of "land grabs" across tropical Africa. The Guardian's George Monbiot, for example, claims that we are about to witness "a new set of agreements that allow foreign companies to grab [Africa's] land, patent their seeds and monopolise their food markets. This is scaremongering of the worst order and symptomatic of an ill-thought out attack on capitalism's role as a generator of prosperity."[Keith Boyfield, The Enquirer]

FBC Media would have been proud of all this from Mr Boyfield – they were the last British champions for the MOPC and they adopted exactly the same theme in their which was later disowned by the BBC.

But, when Ministers like Alfred Jabu start hurling unsubstantiated accusations about "paid NGOs", engaged by foreign powers to undermine Malaysia, someone should remind him about the millions of ringgit that are being wasted by the Malaysian Government itself on engaging this sort of blatant PR from consultants like Keith Boyfield.

It is always public money wasted, because people like Boyfield always get rumbled.

[Sarawak Report is still awaiting promise clarifications by the IEA, in response to our critique of its "complex and intertwined" relationship with the MOPC]

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10 Restoran <b>Makanan</b> Laut Paling Sedap <b>Di</b> Sekitar Kuala Lumpur <b>...</b>

Posted: 05 Jul 2014 03:24 PM PDT

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1. Aroma Ikan Bakar, Pantai Jeram, Kuala Selangor

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  • Aroma Ikan Bakar, Jalan Pantai Jeram, Jeram, Selangor

2. Restoran Lala Seafood, Kg Baru

Restoran Lala Seafood yang terletak di Kg Baru ini merupakan restoran Thailand jadi di sinilah tempat anda ingin menikmati makanan Thai. Menariknya Lala Seafood ketengahkan konsep rumah kampung, mempunyai 2 bahagian sama ada ada mahu makan di tempat airconditioner atau kipas sahaja. Yang sedap di sini semestinya tomyam seafood yang mempunyai portion agak besar dan isi yang banyak, langsung tidak kedekut. Pencuci mulut seperti pulut mangga juga sedap dan manis.

  • Restoran Lala Seafood, 154, Jalan Raja Abdullah, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

3. Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik, Bangi

Restoran ini merupakan sebuah restoran eksklusif terapung di atas tasik dengan susun atur meja serta peralatan persis hotel selain menawarkan satu suasana baru yang menarik tetapi dengan harga murah. Antara menu utama di Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik ialah himpunan makanan laut yang segar termasuk hidangan ala carte seperti tom yam seafood, udang mentega, sotong celup tepung selain daging dan ayam masak merah.

  • Restoran Makanan Laut D'Tasik, Bangi
  • Bersebelahan dengan Masjid Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten)
  • Hubungi: 03-8922 2088 sambungan 8031 atau e-melkan untuk tempahan ke businessc@residenceatuniten.com.

4. Suraya Seafood, Kg Baru

Selain Lala Seafood, satu lagi tempat makan makanan laut yang best di Kg Baru ialah Suraya Seafood. Sentiasa penuh dengan orang ramai yang datang berkunjung makan di situ. Pelbagai pilihan makanan laut yang segar dan banyak boleh didapati di sini, harga mengikut saiz yang anda pilih. Tempat agak terhad jadi kena datang awal. Mesti cuba nasi bubur berlauk, pulut mangga, nasi dagang, kerang bakar dan pelbagai lagi.

  • Suraya Seafood
  • Kampung Baru (Jalan Raja Muda Musa), 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

5. Nuri Seafood, Kg Baru

Siapa pernah ke Nuri Seafood yang juga terletak di Kg Baru, restoran yang simple tetapi makanan memang sedap. Makanan di sini original dari Thai, malah kesemua pekerja sampailah chef orang Thai. Mesti cuba ikan kembung masak kerabu, tomyam seafood juga sangat pekat, udang celup tepung, sayur kailan ikan masin yang segar dan pelbagai lagi.

  • Restoran Nuri Seafood
  • Jalan Raja Alang, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur

6. Restoran Puteri Ayu, Shah Alam

Menariknya restoran ini pernah keluar di rancangan Jalan Jalan Cari Makan jadi sudah semestinya makanannya sedap dan enak sekali. Mempunyai pelbagai pilihan. Tomyam seafood di sini sedap dan pekat, sotong bakar berempah, siakap bakar dan juga pencuci mulut bahtera ayu ice cream, lagi satu air minuman istimewa mango special dan honeydew special.

  • Restoran Puteri Ayu
  • Jalan Padang Jawa (Padang Jawa), Shah Alam, Selangor

7. Restoran Terapung HM Sri Bagan

estoran ini berkonsepkan terapung, tempat terbaik untuk lihat matahari terbenam. Makanan laut kesemuanya segar dan menyelerakan. Malah, harga setiap makanan laut juga murah dan berpatutan. Jika ke sini, anda mesti cuba ikan siakap bakar, pepahat masak cili, kerang masak serai, ikan kerapu masak stim asam boi dan juga ketam masak berempah.

  • Restoran Terapung HM Sri Bagan
  • Pantai Perkhemahan Bagan Lalang, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Sepang, Selangor.
  • No. Telefon : 03-31412895

8. Restoran Intai-Intai, Ampang

Restoran ini pernah memasuki rancangan Jalan Jalan Cari Makan 2009, menjanjikan kesedapan dan kenakan rasa setiap hidangan. Mungkin tempatnya agak tersorok menyebabkan anda susah mahu mencarinya. Konsep restoran ini sangat romantik jadi bolehlah datang untuk meraikan ulang tahun perkahwinan bersama yang tercinta. Antara yang menarik ialah kerabu mangga, tomyam seafood campur sangat pekat, ayam masak bercili ala Thai, pucuk paku goreng belacan, jus mangga, nasi goreng seafood, suhun goreng.

  • Restoran Intai-Intai
  • Backyard Lot 378, Jln Ampang Hulu Kelang, MRR2 Highway, 68000 Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

9. Restoran Nur Cahaya Seafood, Pantai Remis, Kuala Selangor

Restoran ini terletak betul-betul di tepi laut. Mempunyai banyak menu dan pelbagai jenis makanan laut yang segar dan harga juga berpatutan. Jika anda sudah pilih makanan laut, cuba antara menu ini udang goreng kunyit, lala masak tiga rasa, ketam masak sweet sour, sotong goreng tepung, mentarang masak halia, ikan siakap bakar.

  • Restoran Nur Cahaya Seafood
  • Pantai Remis, Jeram

10. Seafood@River View, Kuala Selangor

Boleh dikatakan tempat yang paling enak menyajikan makanan laut dari ketam. Di sini anda boleh lihat kelip-kelip sambil menikmati hidangan, memang cantik. Apa yang menarik dan best di sini, lala masak cili, udang butter, sotong masak Thai, dan yang paling the best ialah crab with milk.

  • Seafood@River View
  • 1. Jalan Besar, Pasir Penambang, Kuala Selangor, 45000, Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
  • +60 3-3289 2238

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Posted: 13 Aug 2014 01:40 PM PDT

Selama ini perjalanan kami ke Malaysia selalu didominasi oleh penelusuran tentang seluk beluk kehidupan metropolitan di Kuala Lumpur. Tanpa sengaja, ternyata Anda sudah sering keluar masuk "negeri" lain, yaitu Selangor. Namun kita tetap merasa masih di KL saja dan jarang mengingat Selangor. Padahal Selangor memiliki unsur-unsur kepariwisataan sendiri yang tidak kalah menarik dengan ibu kota negara itu. Bedanya, bila KL dikenal sebagai kota perdagangan, maka Selangor memposisikan diri sebagai kota industri. Termasuk industri kerajinan tangan (kraf) yang tetap dipertahankan untuk melestarikan tradisi lokal sekaligus memperkaya warna kepariwisataan di negeri ini.

Bila boleh diumpamakan, hubungan Selangor dengan Kuala Lumpur adalah ibarat Deli Serdang yang mengelilingi Kota Medan. Secara guyon, orang Selangor mengatakan bahwa Kuala Lumpur hanyalah kota yang menumpang di Selangor. Memang, Bandara KLIA, distrik pemerintahan pusat yang baru Putrajaya dan sirkuit internasional Sepang semuanya berada di wilayah Selangor. Bahkan untuk mendapatkan izin Sultan Selangor, pembangunan Putrajaya telah dilakukan dengan satu syarat, bahwa pemerintah serikat bersedia membangun satu istana sultan di jantung kota itu.

Dari tanggal 2-4 September 2013 lalu, kami diundang oleh Tourism Negeri Selangor untuk melakukan eksplorasi industri kraf di berbagai tempat di negeri itu. Kegiatan ini disebut dengan "Kembara Kraf Negeri Selangor 2013", sebuah program annual yang telah dimulai setahun sebelumnya. Mereka menilai bahwa industri ringan (rumahan) perlu mendapat promosi yang sepadan untuk menjadikan hasil-hasil kebudayaan masyarakat dapat eksis di tengah industri berat yang sudah mapan. Oleh sebab itu, industri kraf telah disokong oleh berbagai dinas, seperti dinas pertanian, dinas pariwisata dan dinas perdagangan.

Berbeda dengan kawasan industri berat yang umumnya berpusat pada suatu kompleks industri, kekayaan industri kraf di Selangor tinggal terpencar-pencar di rumah-rumah penduduk atau workshop yang berlokasi di desa-desa. Mereka berkembang sebagai tradisi dan warisan keluarga, dengan sifatnya yang sangat terikat dengan lingkungannya, karena lingkungan tertentu menyediakan bahan murah tertentu yang mereka perlukan. Karena itu, untuk mengunjungi tempat-tempat industri di Negeri Selangor yang luas, para peserta program ini harus melakukan perjalanan yang cukup jauh dari satu tempat ke tempat berikutnya. Itu pula yang menjadi asas penamaan kegiatan ini dengan "pengembaraan" (kembara).

Asramael Craft Enterprise

Perjalanan kami dimulai dengan mengunjungi Asramael Craft, yaitu industri kerajinan tangan ukiran ulu pedang yang dikelola oleh Encik Ismail B. Ahmad. Lokasinya berada di kawasan Taman Pendamaran Permai, Port Klang Selangor, Darul Ehsan. Di sini, kami diperlihatkan dengan keterampilan tradisional yang dimiliki Ismail dalam mengukir berbagai jenis kayu, kemudian dijadikan sebagai ulu (sarung) parang melayu.

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Beberapa jenis hulu pedang melayu dari kayu.

Ismail menciptakan motif-motif ulu parang melayu dengan memanfaatkan tradisi leluhurnya, dikombinasi dengan inovasinya sendiri sehingga membentuk aneka citarasa sarung pedang sebagai suvenir atau koleksi bagi yang meminatnya. Sebagian ulu pedang itu juga dapat digunakan secara fungsional untuk kebutuhan sehari-hari.

Sarung-sarung pedang itu dibuat dari berbagai macam kayu lokal seperti kemuning, kayu arang, rengas, cendana, ru, kopi dan berbagai jenis lain. Konon, yang paling kuat dan mahal adalah kayu berlian dan kayu ciku. Ciri kayu-kayu yang bagus ini adalah motif alamiahnya yang cantik, kuat dan kasar teksturnya.

Cipta Edar Dho Sdn Bhd

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Encik Zaimy memamerkan koleksi rehalnya.

Masih menggunakan bahan kayu, tempat berikutnya yang kami kunjungi adalah Cipta Edar Dho Sdn Bhd di Batu 13, Puchong. Kerajinan ini memanfaatkan kayu untuk menciptakan rehal, semacam meja kecil untuk tempat meletakkan Al-Quran. Aneka bentuk dan motif rehal ini dikerjakan oleh Encik Zaimy Darus. Bagi yang beragama Islam, tentulah barang ini tak asing lagi. Ketika seseorang membaca Al-Quran sambil duduk bersila di lantai, maka rehal diperlukan sebagai alas kitab suci tersebut.

Terkesan sepele, namun tidak bagi Encik Zaimy. Ia memproduksi 3.000 unit rehal per bulan. Pesanannya beredar hingga Amerika, Inggris, Australia dan Brunai.

Mahkota Songket

Pada hari kedua, perjalanan selanjutnya menuju Mahkota Songket yang beralamat di No. 60, Jalan Ragbi 13/30, Seksyen 13, 40100, Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan. Di sana, Puan Zaleena telah menunggu kami untuk memamerkan aneka songket selangor yang dikoleksinya. Ia tidak hanya menunjukkan tenunan songket yang telah jadi, tetapi juga menyediakan atraksi pembuatan songket secara langsung oleh para ahlinya.

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Seorang penenun mengerjakan songket di bengkel kerja terbuka milik usaha kerajinan Mahkota Songket.

Satu songket selangor bisa memakan waktu pembuatan hingga satu bulan lamanya. Biasanya songket ini dipakai oleh wanita Melayu pada acara-acara yang khusus, terutama bila ada hajatan tradisional. Bila dicermati, songket selangor masih memiliki motif yang berkaitan dengan songket palembang, di mana motif pucuk rebung dan flora mendominasi aksennya. Koleksi songket ini dikombinasi dengan pakaian laki-laki Melayu, yaitu teluk belanga.

Paulini Nusantara Sdn Bhd

Tidak kalah menarik adalah kunjungan ke Paulini Nusantara, sebuah usaha kerajinan perak yang dikelola oleh Puan Lini di No. 20 Jalan Penyair U 1/44, Tamasya Industrial Park, Shah Alam, Selangor. Di sini kita dapat menyaksikan koleksi perak dengan aneka disain yang sangat halus dan elegan. Di samping itu, Puan Lini juga menyediakan workshop yang dapat diakese langsung oleh para pengunjung sehingga proses pembuatan hiasan perak itu dapat dipelajari, mulai dari peleburan perak, pembuatan cetakan, hingga proses penghalusan.

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Pengrajin di Paulini Nusantara menunjukkan kebolehannya kepada pengunjung.

Selain untuk perhiasan kalung, gelang, anting dan pin, Puan Lini juga mengkombinasikan kerajinan perak ini dengan berbagai keperluan yang berkaitan dengan tas tangan, topi, dompet, plakat, dan sebagainya.

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Tentu saja, koleksi kerajinan tangan dari perak ini memberikan pilihan yang banyak untuk dijadikan sebagai hadiah bagi seseorang, karena selain bernilai hand made, produk mereka cocok dipakai untuk kepentingan fashion.

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Perpaduan antara kain tenun dan aksesori perak.

Attitude Planet Art (APA)

Lokasinya cukup terpencil, yaitu di kawasan pedesaan, persisnya di Pusat Inkubator, Batu 18, Hulu Langat. Di sini kami menyaksikan Encik Fauzi AB. Majid mendemonstrasikan kebolehannya membuat aneka suvenir dan hiasan dengan menggunakan hasil-hasil pertanian yang tak lagi digunakan. Kerajinan ini memberikan kesempatan bagi para petani untuk memberikan nilai tambah kepada sisa hasil pertaniannya atau berbagai bahan alami yang tersedia di sekitar lingkungannya.

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Dia bukan hanya menunjukkan kemampuannya, tapi juga memberikan kesempatan kepada para pengunjung untuk belajar langsung di tempat hingga bisa membuat satu benda untuk dibawa pulang oleh masing-masing. Ternyata hasil-hasil pertanian dapat dibuat menjadi aneka bentuk kerajinan sesuai imajinasi kita sendiri. Dan akhirnya sejumlah peserta mendapat buah tangan untuk dibawa pulang, dari hasil kerja tangan sendiri.

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Tapi yang paling tak mampu terlupakan adalah ketika tuan rumah menjamu kami dengan aneka sajian tradisional melayu, berhubung suasana Lebaran masih tersisa. Salah satu yang spesial adalah tempoyak (gulai yang terbuat dari durian), yang dimasak oleh seorang warga keturunan Jawa. Di desa ini memang terdapat pemukiman Jawa, Kerinci dan Mandailing. Mereka membawa tradisi masakannya ke Selangor dan diadopsi menjadi jajaran masakan tradisional mereka di sana.Pemerintah setempat pun membinanya dan dijadikan sebagai salah satu aspek pariwisata di bidang kuliner.

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Tempoyak, salah satu makanan tradisional yang sudah mulai langka. Perwujudannya berada di antara sayur dan lauk yang bahan utamanya terbuat dari durian.

Menyantap masakan-masakan lezat dan spicy ini, kami tidak dibenarkan memakai sendok. "Ini cara Melayu, cara orang kampung, jadi kita harus pakai tangan," ajak tuan rumah sambil menyilakan rombongan kami santap siang dan menutupnya dengan pesta makan buah tropis seperti langsat, rambutan, pisang, manggis, nenas, dan sebagainya.

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Encik Fauzi mendemonstrasikan pembuatan salah satu kerajinan berasaskan hasil pertanian kepada peserta Kembara Kraf Negeri Selangor 2013.

Ketemu Rezeki Maju

Perjalanan selanjutnya terasa cukup panjang. Kami memerlukan sekitar 5 jam untuk mencapai kawasan Sepang untuk melewati malam di Golden Palm Tree Resort, sebuah kawasan resort terpadu yang berlokasi di atas permukaan laut. Puas menikmati fasilitas bintang lima ini, keesokan harinya kami menuju industri rumah tangga milik Puan Hajjah Zarina. Dapur keripik milik Puan Hajjah Zarina tergolong sederhana saja, tapi mereka memproduksi keripik ubi yang sangat crispy dengan kemasan yang baik. Sebagian keripik ini diekspor ke luar negeri, termasuk ke Australia.

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Seorang pekerja asal Jawa sedang mengupas ubi untuk selanjutnya diolah menjadi keripik.

Para pekerja di dapur keripik "Ketemu Rezeki Maju" ini kebanyakan perantau dari Jawa. Keterampilan membuat ubi telah mereka dapatkan sebelumnya di kampung halamannya, tapi dengan manajemen dan pengolahan yang lebih baik, mereka memilih bekerja di Malaysia. Ubi adalah bahan yang mudah tumbuh di Asia Tenggara dan dapat diolah menjadi berbagai macam kebutuhan yang bernilai tinggi. Selain menjadi bahan dasar pembuatan tepung tapioka, keripik ubi juga telah dikenal lama oleh masyarakat Melayu sebagai kudapan yang menyenangkan.

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Pak Lang Ngah Kraf

Masih di kawasan Sepang, selepas makan siang yang hangat di Banghuris Homestay, Kampung Hulu Chucoh, kami tiba di Pak Lang Ngah Kraf. Pemiliknya adalah Pak Lang Ngah sendiri. Ia membuat kerajinan yang berbahan dasar kelapa, mulai dari pohon, bunga dan buahnya. Kebetulan workshop-nya memang tidak jauh dari lokasi pantai yang ditandai dengan banyaknya pohon kelapa.

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Display produk kerajinan Pak Ngah.

Dari bagian-bagian pohon kelapa, Pak Ngah menciptakan benda-benda unik untuk berbagai keperluan, mulai dari dolanan anak hingga peralatan rumah tangga. Di antaranya adalah sarang lampu dari batok kelapa, sendok nasi, hiasan, helmet dan berbagai aksesoris.

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Dengan berakhirnya kunjungan ke Pak Lang Ngah, maka berakhir pulalah program Kembara Kraf Selangor 2013.

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Pak Ngah menunjukkan cara penggunaan lampu kelapa hasil buatannya.

Menurut Assistant Director di Selangor State Secretary Office, Puan Farah Liyana, program Kembara Kraf Selangor yang diadakan sebagai agenda tetap tahunan merupakan upaya terus menerus Pemerintah Negeri Selangor  untuk mempromosikan  industri-industri kerajinan yang masih mempertahankan ciri khas daerahnya. "Ini merupakan langkah untuk memberikan stimulasi kepada para pelaku kraf, khususnya yang masih berkaitan dengan tradisi lokal di Selangor Darul Ehsan. Kerajaan memberikan dukungan penuh kepada para pembuat kraf karena mereka juga dapat memberikan sentuhan yang berbeda kepada industri pariwisata. Dengan program ini, kami berharap tradisi kami dapat bertahan dan eksis di antara industri yang lain," kata Farah.

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Puan Farah Liyana memberikan keterangan pers mengenai program Pemerintah Selangor dalam upaya melindungi dan mempromosikan industri kraf berbasis budaya di Negeri Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Meskipun berdekatan dan berbatasan langsung hampir 360 derajat, Negeri Selangor memang menyimpan sumber daya alam yang berbeda dengan Kuala Lumpur. Selangor memiliki keunggulan sumber daya alam perkampungan di pedalaman dan pesisir, dan di setiap kawasan itu berkembang tradisi yang khas karena adaptasi penduduk dengan lingkungannya. Dan salah satu tradisi yang berkembang adalah kemampuan mereka untuk menciptakan kerajinan yang khas sesuai dengan ketersediaan bahan baku di sekitarnya.

Meskipun demikian, Shah Alam sebagai ibukota Selangor juga berkembang dengan arah budaya kotanya. Sejumlah tujuan wisata moderen tumbuh di berbagai sudut kota itu. Salah satu yang terbaru adalah kompleks I-City yang menyediakan aneka kegiatan, koleksi, permainan, museum dan taman yang menghibur keluarga di dalam satu kompleks terpadu.

Selamat datang di Selangor Darul Ehsan!

(Tikwan Raya Siregar)

<b>Makanan</b> pelik di - Blog <b>Makanan</b> di Sarawak

Posted: 18 Jul 2014 12:06 AM PDT

attractionI am going to take you to a country which is full of islands. Any guess? Yes, you are right. It's Malaysia. There are878 islands in Malaysia. This country is known for its stunning sights and attractions. We are going to explore its astounding natural beauty that magnetizes vacationers/ tourists or visitors attraction. It's a country of exclusive culture and tradition. It's one of the best places on the globe with delicious cuisine and hospitable people. Kuala Lumpur is its capital with charming iconic Petronas Twin Towers.  Malaysia has many offshore geographical places. There would be around 510 which include ridges, sandbank and rocks. It's a multicultural state with many festivals and celebrations. Tour to Malaysia, is really a unique and pleasant experience.

There're lots of choices to stay in Malaysia, so it's tough to decide where to stay?

Mid-range hotels and 5 stars hotels with Chinese, Indian or Malaysian traditional cuisine and cozy rooms are easily available for vacationers/visitors anywhere in cities. You can enjoy luxury hotels or resorts located on islands. Accommodation is so cheap in Malaysia, you can easily get a room for $ 3 to $ 9 USD/night. Private rooms are available for $ 11 to $ 20 USD/night. You can camp in Taman Negara and can save lodgings cost.

Anyways, here're some suggestions.

Lone Pine Hotel, located Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, posses welcoming staff, stunning swimming pool, lip-smacking food, and calm atmosphere with beautiful sea views. You can get a huge variety of cocktails in bar corner.

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, located on Batu Ferringhi beach, Penang Island, is a fantastic family resort, offers services such as water sports, tennis court, delicious food, pools, cozy rooms, hospitable staff and family entertainment center. Its cuisine includes Bar & Grill pizzas and seafood, tea/coffee, snacks, pastries.

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Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, in Kuala Lumpur City Centre, is a fantastic hotel with superb services. Welcoming staff, comfortable rooms, suspended pool and delicious Malaysian food make it more worthy staying.

Tanjong Jara Resort, located on Batu, Dungun, is one of the top 25 hotels in Malaysia, offers services such as Spa village, Pools, tennis court, delicious dining out, air-conditioned rooms, seafood and bar. You can spend a relaxing morning with coffee and newspaper on the beach.

Berjaya Tioman Resort, located in Pulau Tioman, is a traditional Malay style resort, offers services like pools, golf, tennis court, spa, coffee, snacks, global drinks, tasty food, air-conditioning cozy rooms and water sports including diving, fishing, snorkelling etc.

The Majestic Hotel, Majestic Malacca, Cameron Highlands Resort and Sama-Sama Hotel, in Kuala Lumpur, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort in Langkawi, Miri Marriot Resort & Spa, Mega Hotel, Grand Palace Hotel and Imperial Palace Hotel in Miri, Seven Terraces, Yeng Keng Hotel, Museum Hotel and Hotel Panega are also wonderful places to stay in Malaysia. 

As far as meal is concerned, you can have it in restaurants, western hotels , cooking own when living in camping or as a street meal and just have to pay $1 to $3 USD /head for street meal, $4 to $6 USD/head in restaurants while western food is a bit expensive. Malaysia is a Muslim country that's why drinks are expensive here. Anyways, here are some suggestions of restaurants for you.

Dining in the Dark, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is an amazing restaurant deeply into darkness and offers delicious food including soups, desserts etc.

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Black Forest, located on Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers German cuisine.

Kebaya, located on Stewart Lane, Georgetown, Penang Island, offers good services and food.

Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery, located on Batu Ferringhi, Penang Island, is a good place for families, lovebirds, special occasion or groups. You can enjoy Bar, Asian and Eclectic cuisine here until late night.

Top Spot Food Court, located Bukit Mata Kuching, Kuching is a family restaurant, offers best seafood and opens until late night.

Jambu Restaurant and Lounge, located on Crookshank Road, Kuching is a restaurant offers best pasta in town. It also deals with Bistro, Bar for cocktails and Tapas etc.

Black bean, The Heritage, Tribal Stove and Bella Italia are also superb restaurants in Kuching with the fantastic setting near river.

La Casa Kuantan, Crocodile Rock Pizza & Grill Restaurant, Satay Zul, and Dallah Restaurant in Kuantan offer great services with superb cuisine.

Malaysia is a country with many attractions or points of interests and more exciting thing is those are quite cheap. Here're some suggestions, and you must visit those places once you are in Malaysia.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower, located in one of the biggest cities of Malaysia named "Ipoh". Here're plenty of attention-grabbing sights such as museums, temples and historical buildings.

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Galeria Perdana, Rice Museum, and  Padi Langkawi, in Langkawi, are amazing places with precious stuff and collection, to visit. Langkawi is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and plenty of interesting sights. Ave Stella Maris Catholic Chapel is a beautiful church. Langkawi Wildlife Park and Underwater World are educational and exciting places with lots of fun.

The Islamic city "Kota Bharu" is a great city with royal places, museums, and plenty of other eye-catching sights.

Taman Negara National Park is a beautiful park in oldest rainforest Taman Negara. It's a place with lots of activities like trekking, safaris, and canopy walks.

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Islamic Art Museum, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya Bridge, Petrosains Science Discovery Centre, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Thean Hou Temple, and Lake Garden Parks are some suggested amazing places to visit in Kuala Lumpur.

Mount Kinabalu National Park, is the best choice for hiking, this Park is full of fun and will never disappoint you on your visit.

Malaysia is a land of festivals and celebrations as multicultural people exist here. Tourists or vacationers can enjoy these festivals almost every month of the year. Here are some suggestions for our visitors.

Tamil Community celebrates festival named "Thaipusam". It's a unique festival that is worth seeing. It can be best observed at Batu Caves in Selangor or Penang, in Januanry.

Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and last for 15 days. You can enjoy lion dances, fireworks, and delicious Chinese meal.

In April, Good Friday and Malaysia Water Festival are celebrated.

Wesak Day, and Harvest Festival are celebrated in May.

June is a month with amazing festivals like Hari Gawai and Dragon Boat Festivals.

July and August are the months with festivals such as the Rainforest World Music Festival, Independence day, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Hungry Ghost Festival.

September becomes more colorful with Malaysia Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.

Hari Raya Haji, Deepavali Festivals of Lights, and Christmas are celebrated in October, November and December.

Malaysia is not less than a heaven for shopaholics. Super international brands have covered Malaysian market and have luxury stores here. Sales at shopping mall attract many tourists every year. Mega Sales held on Christmas and Independence Day and last up to two months.

Utama, BB Plaza, Fahrenheit88, Lot10, Plaza Low Yat, Suria KLCC and Sogo are some remarkable shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.

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ICT@Komtar, Island Plaza, Midlands One Stop, Plaza Gurney, Prangin Mall, Queensbay Mall and Straits Quay are some suggested shopping centers in Penang.

Langkawi Fair is a beautiful place for a shop in Langkawi.

Malaysia is a country with beaches. Therefore, beach holidays can be enjoyed all around the year. Summer season is mild, and usually climate is pleasant in Malaysia so you can visit it in all seasons. Anyhow, December and January are two peak tourists' seasons.  From June until August is also a good time to enjoy beaches activities.

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I assure you, your vacations to this country holding natural beauty, would be a treasured and unforgettable experience.

Syarat Khas Lesen MDKS | Kursus Pengendalian <b>Makanan</b> Malaysia

Posted: 12 May 2015 06:55 AM PDT

Syarat Khas Lesen restoran dan kedai makan Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor

Bagi pemohon lesen kelulusan serta-merta premis makanan di Majlis daerah Kuala selangor, syarat-syarat am dan syarat khas mestilah dipatuhi untuk mendapat kelulusan lesen. Walaupun kelulusan lesen diberikan serta-merta, pemohon diberikan tempoh 2 bulan untuk memastikan premis mematuhi syarat-syarat yang telah ditetapkan.

Sekiranya didapati pemohon tidak menepati syarat-syarat yang telah ditetapkan, lesen yang dikeluarkan akan ditarik balik atau pemohon boleh dikenakan kompaun.

Permohonan lesen perniagaan untuk restoran bagi Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor dimana pemohon perlu mengemukakan borang serta merta dan kelulusan lesen adalah 24 jam hari bekerja. Borang permohonan boleh didapati di Kaunter Bahagian Pelesenan, MDKS atau boleh download di laman web www.mdks.gov.my (muat turun borang).

Syarat-syarat Khas kelulusan serta merta MDKS

Syarat-syarat khas MDKS tiada beza dengan syarat khas yang telah ditetapkan seperti syarat khusus keluulusan lesen serta-merta

1) Pengendali Makanan

  • Semua Pengendali Makanan hendaklah mendapatkan pemeriksaan Pegawai Perubatan dan suntikan typhoid / TY2 untuk layak mengendali makanan.
  • Semua pengendali makanan hendaklah menghadiri Kursus Pengendalian Makanan (KPM) yang diiktiraf oleh Majlis.
  • Semua Pengendali Makanan diwajibkan memakai apron yang berwana cerah dan penutup kepala yang bersih.
  • Semua Pengendali Makanan dilarang :
    i. Berkuku panjang dan kotor
    ii Merokok semasa mengendali makanan.
    iii. Memakai selipar dan sandal
    iv. Menyentuh dan mengambil makanan yang dimasak dengan tangan . (Hendaklah menggunakan sarung tangan & peralatan yang sesuai)

2) Ruang Makan

  • Lantai ruang makan hendaklah pasang dengan jubin yang sempurna dan jubin dinding hendaklah sekurang-kurangnya 1.5.meter dari lantai.
  • Menyediakan sinki dan bahan pencuci tangan yangmencukupi untuk kemudahan pelanggan.

3) Ruang Dapur

  • Menyediakan tempat penyediaan makanan yang mencukupi dan sentiasa dalam keadaan bersih.
  • Mengadakan peti atau bilik sejuk bersuhu darjah yang sesuai (Chiller – 0°C hingga 4°C dan Freezer – 0°C hingga 18°C). Makanan mentah atau yang belum dimasak hendaklah diletakkan berasingan daripada makanan yang telah dimasak. (Makanan masak diruang atas dan makanan mentah di ruang bawah peti sejuk).
  • Mengadakan cerobong asap dan/atau kipas hawa panas di tempat-tempat memasak makanan.
  • Semua barang-barang atau peralatan dan bahan-bahan makanan hendaklah berkeadaan baik dan bersih. Dilarang meletakkan barang makanan di ats lantai.
  • Mengadakan perangkap minyak atau lemak di sinki dan tempat membasuh peralatan penyediaan makanan.
  • Dinding dan lantai dapur, tempat penyediaan makanan hendaklah dipasang dengan jubin yang sempurna sehingga siling dapur.
  • Menyediakan sinki (sekurang-kurangnya 2 unit ) untuk mencuci peralatan penyediaan makanan . Dilarang sama sekali mencuci peralatan penyediaan makanan di atas lantai.
  • Tandas hendaklah disudahi dengan jubin dan sentiasa bersih serta menyediakan bahan pencuci yang mencukupi dan sesuai.

4) Stor Penyimpanan

  • Semua barang-barang atau peralatan dan bahan-bahan makanan hendaklah berkeadaan baik dan bersih serta diletak atau disimpan di atas rak, kabinet atau meja yang sempurna yang diperbuat daripada kayu, keluli, jubin, kaca dan sebagainya. Di larang meletak makanan di atas lantai.

5) Lain-lain

  • Makanan yang telah dimasak hendaklah sentiasa bertutup dan bebas dari hurungan serangga seperti lalat dan lipas.
  • Keseluruhan premis hendaklah bebas daripada serangga dan haiwan ridensia serta haiwan peliharaan

Dokumen Sokongan Kelulusan Lesen Serta-Merta

Pemohon perlu mengemukakan dokumen-dokumen seperti dalam senarai semakan di borang tersebut dan bagi pemohon yang mengendalikan makanan (restoran, kedai makan atau penjaja yang menjual makanan/minuman) wajib mengemukakan salinan suntikan dan salinan kursus pengendalian makanan bagi pemohon dan pembantu.

Sekiranya pemohon masih belum menghadiri kursus pengendalian makanan, pihak Jabatan Perkhidmatan Bandar dan Persekitaran MDKS ada menyediakan kursus tersebut dan pemohon diminta mendaftar pada kursus tersebut atau semak direktori Sekolah Latihan Pengendali Makanan Malaysia.

Permohonan yang lengkap akan diproses dan bayaran proses RM30.00 perlu dijelaskan pada hari penyerahan borang.

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