October 6th, 2011:

Teluk Buih Beach

“ideal places”  

“Warm accessible approached done me my family only like staying during home.”  
by Yee Lip Kwong

“nice and relaxing places”  
by afzan

“apa khabar”  
by syuhaida

“best punya tempat”  

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Mount Lambak Recreational Forest

“Located during a foothill of Gunung Lambak, some 5km from a city of Kluang is this recreational forest. It is a favourite shelter for picnics, showering and mountain-climbing.”

Just 5km from Kluang city centre, a Mount Lambak Recreational Forest is a accessible end for those seeking a nature-getaway. Located during a foothill of Mount Lambak, this recreational timberland is ideal for picnics, swimming and mountain-climbing. There is also a tiny children’s stadium here.

At 510m above sea level, Mount Lambak is permitted around footpaths and wooden bridges that creates for a relaxing and rejuvenating trek uphill. Apart from a accumulation of furious flora and fauna, there are waterfalls for those wanting a lovely dip. Modern chalets are accessible for those who wish to stay overnight here.

Last noticed – Oct 06, 2011

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Gemas Railway Station

Located in a tiny city called Gemas, this station, built in 1922 is organic compartment today.”

Located in a tiny city called Gemas, this station, built in 1922 is organic compartment currently as a changeover (stopover) for trains from a North (Butterworth), East Coast (Tumpat and Gua Musang) and a South (Singapore). Other than newcomer trains, a hire also accommodates load trains carrying vital line such as cement, petrol, rubber and logs.

The hire building has confirmed a strange structure and even now still houses dual 1946 indication North British Locomotive Company steam engines. If we are into nostalgia, do not skip a event to strike a poise with these steam engines. In box we run into any difficulties, do not demur to ask assistance from a Station Master. In assign of all a operations; signalling, locomotive and sales, he will gladly come to your assistance.

If time permits, stay overnight in this tiny pacific town. Savour a feel of uninformed atmosphere in your face, a willing assent of a night and suffer a remit divided from a swarming stage of city life. You might also select to tee-off to a turn of golf during a 18-hole Gemas Golf Resort, a small 5 mins expostulate from a station.

Last noticed – Oct 06, 2011

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Beach of Seven Lagoons

“This poetic beach, located about 7 kilometres north of Kota Bharu, nearby a Thai border, hosts a Annual Malaysian International Kite Festival.”

This poetic beach, located about 7 kilometres north of Kota Bharu and nearby a Thai border, hosts a Annual Malaysian Kite Festival. During this festival, Pantai Seri Tujuh will be bustling with enthusiasts of a normal kite, famous as a wau.

The expostulate there passes by scenic seashore and fishing villages where normal boats are built a normal way. A medium review and chalet accommodation trickery is accessible here should we wish to stay overnight.

Last noticed – Oct 06, 2011

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The Selfish Crocodile

October 5, 2011 during 12:00 pm

It is time once again to accommodate some of a timberland friends from a renouned children’s book by author Faustin Charles and Michael Terry. Come and see a characters from a story come to life in this pleasant theatre instrumentation by UK’s Blunderbus Theatre Company.

The story is about a greedy crocodile refuses to let any of a other animals to wash or splash from a river. One day, all a animals in a jungle hear a terrible sound, as if someone was in a lot of pain. Upon investigation, a animals found out that it was a crocodile who done a sound. None of a animals wanted to go nearby a crocodile to help, solely for one small mouse. This small rodent went into a large crocodile’s mouth to see what was causing a pain and finds that it is a damaged tooth. After a rodent came out with a tooth, a crocodile was no longer in pain. He thanked a rodent for a assistance and in spin let all a animals come to wash and splash from a river.

The Selfish Crocodile

The Selfish Crocodile

This story will see a talents of Jeanette Susan Longworth, Simon James Sanchez and Sophie Roch and a horde of papier-mache puppets. The story teaches certain messages like honesty, care and many of all, a significance of friendship. It also reminds a children that sometimes, a smallest acts of affability are a ones that mostly have a biggest impact. Though a story is created for children between a ages of 4 – 7, it will not come as a warn if a adults find it entirely interesting too! The uncover is scheduled to perform from 4th compartment 22nd Oct 2011 during PJ Live Arts. Show times are as follows:

Tuesdays to Fridays during 10.00 am
Saturdays during 11.00 am, 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Sundays during 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm

Tickets are labelled during RM 48/ RM 58/ RM 68 and RM 78. There is a RM 3 bonus for all tickets purchased online. Please record on to to squeeze tickets online or call 012 2690375 for some-more details.

Photo (c) The Blunderbus Theatre Company

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