Monday, November 30, 2009


Tokyo Night View.. The City never sleep..

Tokyo Tower..

Beautifull night view..

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo

Shibuya Tokyo Japan

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The Grand Canyon, United States

A steep gorge by the Colorado River, Arizona in United States, this has the most enjoyable scenery. It is 277 miles in length, 4 to 18 miles in width and about a mile in depth. Scientists are of the opinion that the canyon has been created by the Colorado River over a six million year period.

Native Americans built settlements in the caves within the canyon before the emigration of Europeans. It was also considered to be a site of pilgrimage by the Pueblo people. The first recorded visit to the Grand Canyon by the Europeans was in 1869. Although, it is not the deepest canyon in the world, it is known for its extremely huge size and beautifully intricate landscape. The Grand Canyon National Park is said to be one of the first National Parks in the United States and attracts more than five million visitors a year. Weather conditions in the Grand Canyon vary a great deal between seasons as well as elevation. While winter snow is experienced by the higher elevated forested rims, the inner gorge has a desert temperature because of the low elevation.

Thursday, July 9, 2009


Bangkok, The Heaven of Shopping..
Every where u can find shopping..

City never sleep.. With Alot of night life.
But If come to Bangkok must give respect to 4 Face Buddha..

Friday, June 5, 2009


Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system.

Malacca has emerged as a strong maritime trading state under the industrious Parameswara and his chiefs. Melaka also began to be noticed by Muslim traders from West Asia and India, who until that period, had been concentrating their activities in Aru, Pedir and Pasai en-route to the East, especially China. Because of its strategic location straddling the Straits of Melaka, it thrived as a port-of-call and a centre of entrepot trade with ships and merchants from China, Japan, India, Arab and South Africa.
After World War II, anti-colonial sentiment bred in the country among the nationalists, the result of which was the proclamation of Independence by Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Malaysia's first Prime Minister, at the Padang Pahlawan (Warrior's Field) at Bandar Hilir, Melaka on 20 February 1956.
Today, in Malacca, you can still see the imprints of British, Dutch and Portuguese forces left behind in forts, museums, churches and towers. Visit Malacca for the cultural experience of a lifetime.

What people said about Melaka:
From the earliest of times during the dawn of Melaka as a important trade center, traders and travelers were attracted by the city's unique blend of different culture derived from a cosmopolitan society and the beauty of Its land. Even during the time of the British colonials, Melaka was always a favorite hide away for British government officials to relax and was regarded as a health resort.
Emanuel Godinho de Eredia was one of the earliest writers about the Malay peninsula. He was commission to organise the work of mapping and prospecting by the Portuguese. He wrote "The air in Melaka is very fresh and healthy, quite the reverse of what was imagined by ancient writers Aristotle and Ptolemy, who maintained that the part of the world which lay between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn was very hot and fiery."

F.L. Baumgarten in the early 19th century wrote "the most healthy and the finest sport in the Straits, independent of its historical interest. Melaka had not the humidity of Singapore nor the arid atmosphere of Penang. The rest cure Melaka offered may have had something to do with its charm and its languid pace, not just with temperature and onshore breezes."
In 1845, R. J. Logan said "I cannot conceive any place better than Melaka to soothe and tranquilize the mind when it has been fretted and worn by the toil and strife of Singapore."
Even Sir Frank Swettenham, the Resident-General of the Federated Malay States found Melaka enchanting. In 1906 he wrote that "if a visitor has eyes to see and appreciate the colours, the movement, the strange people and their strangely beautiful surroundings, the scene will live in his memory for all time."

Monday, May 25, 2009

Penang, Georgetown

Pulau Pinang or better known as Penang by many is an Island. Located up on the northern coast of Malaysia peninsular, Penang is made of a turtle-shaped island, a total of 292 square kilometers, and a strip of land called Seberang Prai and about 48 kilometers wide. Since 1985, the island has been connected to the mainland by the famous Penang Bridge ., one of the longest bridges in the world.

Taken its name from palm trees which grows abundantly on the island then, the history of Penang will take us back to hundreds of years ago when Penang is still a famous stop for sailors and spice traders from all over the world mainly the Indian and the Portuguese to get fresh water supplies. Since the arrival of the British in 1786, The British renamed it 'Prince of Wales' Island” and its township as “Georgetown” after King George the 3rd. After Malaysia's independence, the name reverted to “Penang” or “Pulau Pinang”. George Town still stands as the city's name or Penang's capital city.
Penang is also widely known as the Pearl of the Orient, due to its natural beauty and exotic heritage for its multi-racial population with the likes of Malay, Chinese, Indian and Eurasian and has been attracting curious visitors for centuries.
The past is still can be seen around the island through the mixture of modern and western colonial influenced landscapes and buildings, road names, culture and the people itself. Not only that, Penang is also famous for its sandy beaches and nature attractions and is home to the world's smallest National Reserved Forested area, Teluk Bahang National park and these places are complete with beautiful and luxurious resorts and hotels. That's what makes Penang a complete package for a great vacation.
Plus, your trip will be more fulfilling if you could spend some time enjoying the variety of delicious local and western cuisine to choose from, day to the wee hours. For some, Penang is a food heaven. From hip and urban dining experience to street hawkers fare, you'll never leave Penang with empty stomach.
Apart from that, there are lots of cultural events taking place during this time of year and don’t miss the opportunity to witness all of these magical celebrations.Penang is a great holiday destination and a place to be these days. Having said that, what are you waiting for? What else would you to know about Penang? Experience it yourself, pack up your things and come visit the enchanting Penang!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Genting Highland

Genting Highlands, 2K meters above sea level. A magnificent city on the hilltop, is but a mere 50km from Kuala Lumpur. It offers a cool respite from the hustle and bustle of the city capital. Crisp invigorating mountain air complemented by majestic scenery spreads out before your eyes. Lush green tropical rainforest shrouded in a veil of perpetual mist makes it hard to believe that you are just minutes away from the sweltering equatorial heat and the ever dusty city. Here, consistent temperatures between 16 and 23 degrees provide natural air conditioning. Among other attractions is the Genting Skyway, the longest cable car in South East Asia. You will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains and valleys from the cable car. There are six hotels with more than 10,000 guest rooms and suites for you to choose from, and the First World hotel is the biggest hotel in the world.

The Indoor Theme Park is another crowd-puller. As a modern, integrated family-friendly resort, Genting Highlands has more than 60 fun rides at its indoor and outdoor theme parks.
Asia's only free fall sky diving simulator called Sky Venture is located here. Experience the thrill of free-falling under the guidance of qualified instructors.
For those with a penchant for the nature, try jungle trekking and horse riding at Awana ranch, while golf enthusiasts will find the 18-hole golf course in Awana Golf and Country Resort a challenging course. The cool weather makes this course one of the favourites among golfers and many come back here.

Take the express bus from major bus terminals such as Puduraya, Pasar Rakyat, KL Sentral or Terminal PUTRA LRT Gombak. The one way fare will cost you RM7.50 for adult and RM5.80 for children.
Going up by car or taxi is convenient and hassle free as the roads up the mountains are wide and well maintained. If you have your own car, do a slow drive up and enjoy the beautiful scenery and cool air up the mountains.

Add: Genting Highland, Pahang Darul MakmurTel: 03-2718 1118

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Zoo Negara (National Zoo of malaysia)

"With some 5,000 animals from over 400 species of mammals, amphibians, birds, reptiles and fish, Zoo Negara is considered as one of the most exciting zoos in Southeast Asia. The zoo also has an impressive aquarium display, a primate park and a reptile house."

Zoo Negara is the first national zoo in Malaysia. It was opened in 1963. Until now, the Zoo is owned and operated by the Malaysian Zoological Society. It has a collection of a wide range of animals from all over the world. Besides showcasing the animals, the Zoo emphasized on these four main areas - Conservation, Education, Research and Recreation. The zoo is a valuable resource for all visitors from within Malaysia and overseas.

Zoo Negara covers 110 acres of land which is situated only 5km from the city of Kuala Lumpur. Over the years, the zoo has transformed itself to an open concept zoo with over 90% of its animals kept in spacious exhibits with landscape befitting its nature. We are working in making sure that the old zoo concept is changed entirely.
Zoo Negara (The National Zoo) is located in Hulu Kelang about 13km from Kuala Lumpur. The zoo houses some 5,000 animals from over 400 species including birds, fish, mammals and reptiles. It is particularly popular during weekends and public holidays. Besides just watching the animals, there are performances by orangutans and sea lions as well.

Love Bird


King of Asia Jungle -"Tiger"

Bull Fighting

Sarawak Horn Bill

And Many many more...

Getting There:
By Bus:
If you opt for public transportation, take Intrakota Bus No 20 from Central Market, a No 170 bus from Jalan Ampang, or a No 17 bus from Jalan Raja Laut in the Chow Kit area.
By Taxi:
From the city centre, the best way to get to Zoo Negara is to board the PURTA LRT, disembarking at Wangsa Maju station. From here, you can catch a cab to Zoo Negara.
By Rail:
Take the PUTRA LRT at Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, disembarking at Wangsa Maju station. From there, PUTRA Line Feeder Buses provide shuttle service every half an hour beginning at 9.30am and ends at 7.00pm to Zoo Negara every Sundays and Public Holidays.
Drive yourself:
The Zoo is located about 13km from Kuala Lumpur city centre, along Jalan Hulu Kelang, which is accessible through Jalan Ampang.

Add: Jalan Ulu Kelang 68000 Ampang Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03-4108 3422

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT)

Getting to Low Cost Carrier Terminal(LCCT)
Here is some map to guild you:

Taking a Taxi

Most taxi from any part of the city should be able to bring you directly to the LCCT or from LCCT to KL city centre. You can check out the taxi availability below.

Airport Limo & Taxi Service +(603) 9223 8080, +(603) 8787 3030 +(603) 8787 3678 (KLIA Counter)
City Line +(603) 9222 2828
Comfort Taxi +(603) 2692 2525, +(603) 8024 2727
Eco Transit +(603) 5512 2266
Mesra Cab +(603) 4043 0659
Oriental Radio Taxi +(603) 2694 4718
Persatuan Radio Teksi Selangor & W.P. +(603) 2693 6211
Public Cab +(603) 6259 2020
Radio Taxi +(603) 9221 7600
Saujana Teksi +(603) 2162 8888
Sunlight Radio Taxi +(603) 9057 1111, +(603) 9057 5757
Supercab +(603) 2095 3399
TeleCab +(603) 4042 1019
UpTown Ace SuperCab (Yellow Cab) +(603) 9283 2333
Wira Cab +(603) 2144 3630

KTM Komuter

The KTM Komuter is a fast and efficient train catering especially to commuters in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding suburban areas.

From LCCT, take the connecting feeder bus to the Nilai Komuter station. From there, take the Komuter train to KL Sentral, the transportation hub of Kuala Lumpur. To go to LCCT using KTM Komuter, you can go to any KTM Komuter station and then head towards Nilai Komuter station. There will be connecting feeder bus between Nilai station and LCCT. Look at these connecting services available from KTM. The fees charged for travelling between KL Sentral and Nilai Komuter Station is RM4.70.

KTM Komuter tickets can be purchased at the counters or by using the self-service Ticket Vending Machines, which are available at all stations and halts. You can calculate the KTM fare online or download the KTM Komuter fare schedule before getting on a KTM Komuter.

Express Rail Link (ERL)

From the LCCT, there are feeder buses to the KLIA and Salak Tinggi ERL stations. Take the ERL to KL Sentral Station. To go to LCCT, take the KLIA Express and KLIA Transit at the KL Sentral Station. Once you are at KLIA or Salak Tinggi station, there are feeder bus services to take you to the LCCT.
Public Bus

Bus services are available to get you to LCCT easily. The fastest and most cost-effective means to getting to and from LCCT would be via SkyBus shuttle service at less than RM10 one way.

LCCT: +603 8777 8888
KLIA: +603 8776 2000

Monday, April 6, 2009

Arrival to KL...

The two main airports are the KLIA and the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT). The former caters for all international flights and the latter serves mostly AirAsia passengers. LCCT is situated about 20km away from KLIA.

Airport Taxi(Operated by Airport Limo (M) Sdn Bhd)
Airport Limo offers taxi and limo services from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to selected areas in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Coupons for taxis and limos can be obtained at the Airport Limo counters at:

Arrival Hall, Main Terminal Building
1. International Arrival Hall (just after Customs, before the public arrival area)
2. Domestic Arrival Hall (public area after Domestic Baggage Clearance)
3. Domestic Baggage Reclaim, Arrival Level

Contact Airport Limo (M) Sdn Bhd at:
1. Journey to KLIATel:
+603-9223 8080 (8.00 am - 12.00 am)Tel: +603-8787 3030 (12.00 am - 8.00 am)

2.Journey from KLIA (Meet & Greet Service)Tel:
+603-8787 3678 (24 hours)Fax: +603-8787 3588


The services are run by Express Rail Link Sdn. Bhd. which began its operations in 2002. The KLIA Express service shares the line with KLIA Transit, which stops at all stations along the line. Both KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit services are often referred to by Malaysians as the ERL, or Express Rail Link.

KLIA Express
KLIA Express offers a non-stop journey between KL Sentral and KLIA. The journey takes only 28 minutes. Special wheelchair seat compartments have been allocated for the disabled and secured containers are used to transport the check-in and check-out luggage.
Rm15-RM30(Child 2yr old-12yrs old)

KLIA Transit
This commuter service stops at 3 intermediate stations:
1. Bandar Tasik Selatan
2. Putrajaya & Cyberjaya
3. Salak Tinggi
Fee: KL Sentral to Salak Tinggi (RM12.50 for Adult and RM6.00 for Children).
Call these numbers for information:General Number: +603-2267 8088Customer Enquiry Number: +603-2267 8000

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Getting To KL, Malaysia (Part 2)

Budget airline was practically unheard of in Malaysia until AirAsia took the aviation industry by storm in 2002. With an on-the-dot tagline "Now Everyone Can Fly", AirAsia made many non-travellers into avid travellers by offering tickets at more than 50% discount compared to conventional airlines.

The no frills concept, which means that no meals will be provided or seats without numbers, was never an issue for travellers on a budget. In merely 5 years, AirAsia has become the most successful Malaysian business venture, even winning the coveted "Best Low Cost Airline - Asia" award last year.

So, check out the many offers that of AirAsia throughout the year. The faster you book your flight, the cheaper the price of the ticket. Weekend and public holiday fares are generally higher than weekday fares. You can book your tickets online or at the various ticketing counters nationwide, among which is at the KL Sentral Station, the transportation hub of Kuala Lumpur.

For more info visit

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Getting To KL(Malaysia)

Malaysian Airlines System (MAS):
Malaysia's national carrier currently flies to nearly 90 destinations across the six continents from the KL International Airport (KLIA). MAS strength lies in particularly in the South East Asia (SEA) region, where together with its subsidiary Firefly and MASWings, connects Kuala Lumpur to many Borneo Island destinations.

MAS is currently offering cheap air tickets after stiff competition from budget airline AirAsia. However, excellent service has earned MAS cabin crew the "World's Best Cabin Staff" last year boosting their image at the international aviation arena. So you have never flew with MAS, give it a try! First Class
The versatile new flat bed seat with curved shell and the comfort afforded by several preset positions accessible just at the touch of a button.

Every seat features an individual 'ottoman' which doubles as a visitor's seat, and a 15-inch LCD touch-screen monitor for entertainment.

A wide selection of gourmet cuisine served on delicate fine china and accompanied by the finest wines

The SKYSNAX selection of bites between meals, including cheese and crackers, chocolates or biscuits and fruits.

Golden Club Class
The best multimedia based in-flight entertainment system on the market

An in-flight amenity kit containing travel necessities like eyeshades, toothbrushes, facial sprays, a lip balm and many more.