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SENARAI HOTEL, RESORT, CHALET, HOME STAY, BAJET HOTEL, HOTEL MURAH DI SELURUH MELAKA

Pakej percutian dan pelancongan ke Melaka

Penginapan di sekitar bandaraya Melaka bersejarah

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Penginapan di sekitar Bandar Melaka International Trade Center (MITC), Hang Tuah Jaya, Ayer Keroh, Melaka
Penginapan di kawasan pantai Pantai Puteri / Tanjung Kling / Klebang di Melaka
Penginapan di kawasan pantai Pengkalan Balak dan Tanjung Bidara,

SENARAI HOTEL, RESORT, CHALET, HOME STAY, BAJET HOTEL, HOTEL MURAH DI SELURUH MELAKA

Penginapan di sekitar bandaraya Melaka bersejarah

Penginapan di kawasan pantai Pengkalan Balak dan Tanjung Bidara,

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PAKEJ LAWATAN, ROMBONGAN SEKOLAH, SEMINAR DAN FAMILY DAY DI MELAKA

Kami menyediakan pakej lawatan pelajar ke Melaka dengan pakej lawatan yang sangat menarik

Bermula jam 9 pagi rombongan akan ditemukan dengan pemandu pelancong kami di Plaza Tol Ayer Keroh dan taklimat dari Pemandu Pelancong berkaitan Melaka akan diberikan…

Selepas itu beberapa siri lawatan telah disusun dari pagi tersebut hinggalah ke lewat malam iaitu :

1. Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini Asean, Ayer Keroh Melaka

2. Zoo Melaka, Ayer Keroh

Selepas selesai sesi pagi para pelajar akan dibawa untuk makan tengahari di Hotel ataupun restoran makanan masakan asam pedas Melaka. Selepas makan tengahari para pelajat akan Check in di tempat penginapan pada kira-kira jam 2 petang sebentar untuk rehat dan solat dan setelah itu lawatan seterusnya disambung ke :

3. Muzium Samudera iaitu didalam Replika Kapal Flor De Lamar di Banda Hilir Melaka.

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4. Muzium Warisan Melaka, Bandar Hilir Melaka

5. Menaiki Bkt St Paul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Bergambar di Kota A Famosa

7. Melawat dan membeli belah di Gerai Cenderahati Medan Samudera

Setelah selesai acara di Banda Hilir, pelajar akan dibawa ke tempat bersejarah laksamana Hang Tuah

8. Perigi Hang Tuah, Duyong Melaka

PERIGI HANG TUAH. KAMPUNG DUYONG. MELAKA. MALAYSIA

Setelah selesai pelajar dibawa balik ke tempat penginapan untuk berehat dan solat Asar dan seterusnya makan malam. Selepas itu pelajar akan dibawa semula ke Banda Hilir untuk menaiki ;

9. Menaiki Eye On Malaysia

10. Melaka River Cruise

Setelah selesai semua, pelajar akan dibawa pulang berehat di tempat penginapan. Program pada hari esoknya selepas sarapan pagi adalah acara adalah bebas, namun begitu para pelajar boleh dibawa ke berjalan-jalan sekitar Melaka sehingga jam 12 tengahari untuk checkout dari tempat penginapan.

Kos untuk pakej lawatan pelajar adalah seperti berikut:

  • PAKEJ SEORANG PELAJAR RM 100.00
  • PAKEJ SEORANG GURU RM 160.00
  • KOS PEMANDU PELANCONG RM 250.00

Untuk pertanyaan lanjut sila hubungi kami:

World Heritage Management
No. 41-1, Jln Kristal 1, Taman Limbongan Indah, 75250 Melaka, Malaysia
HOTLINE:
019-7257388 (Ms Hana)
Fax: +3351314
Email:
Online:
YM ID: melakatour

 

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Homestay Melaka Taman Limbongan Permai, Lorong Pandan, Limbongan Melaka

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HOME2STAY MELAKA TAMAN LIMBONGAN PERMAI

www.homestaymelaka.worldheritage.com.my

ALAMAT

HOME2STAY TAMAN LIMBONGAN PERMAI,

No.2, Jalan LP8, Taman Limbongan Permai,

Lorong Pandan, Melaka.

 

KEMUDAHAN YANG DISEDIAKAN;

– 2 bilik ‘standard’ katil queen dengan kipas angin
– 1 bilik 2 katil single dengan kipas angin
– ruang tamu yang besar dengan kelengkapan sofa dan TV 32” (ASTRO)
– Meja makan 4 tempat duduk

– kemudahan ruang dapur untuk memasak

– Ruang laman berumput yang luas, sesuai untuk BBQ

 

LOKASI
–  bertempat di Taman Limbongan Permai, sangat mudah dikunjungi
– 2 km dari pusat bandar Melaka
– 10 minit dari Melaka Sentral
– 15 minit ke Jonker Steet dsn ‘Core Zone’ tapak – warisan dunia
– 10 minit ke Mahkota Parade, Dataran Pahlawan dan Menara Taming Sari
– 10 Minit ke Pusat Hiburan di Melaka Raya

 

KADAR HARGA

– Hujung Minggu (Jumaat & Sabtu), Cuti Umum dan Cuti Sekolah = RM180.00
– Hari Biasa (Ahad hingga Khamis) = RM 160.00

 

HUBUNGI

HP: 017-6921909 (Hana)

Email: [email protected]

Laman web: www.hometaymelaka.worldheritage.com.my

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RUANG TAMU PANDANGAN DAPUR

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RUANG TAMU PANDANGAN DEPAN

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BILIK UTAMA, KATIL QUEEN

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BILIK UTAMA, KATIL QUEEN (PANDANGAN SISI)

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BILIK KEDUA, KATIL QUEEN

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BILIK KETIGA, 2 KATIL SINGLE

 

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MEJA MAKAN UNTUK 4 ORANG

 

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DAPUR DAN PERALATAN MEMASAK

 

GALERI GAMBAR


KOORDINAT GPS HOME2STAY LIMBONGAN PERMAI: 2.211147, 102.222427

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MELAKA SONGKET IN THE FUTURE

May 05, 2011 18:03 PM

Songket Melaka Adds Prestige To Historical State

By Fadzli Ramli

MELAKA, May 5 (Bernama) — Traditionally, the songket, the luxurious textile hand-woven in silk or cotton and intricately patterned with gold or silver threads, is an exclusive artwork from Kelantan and Terengganu.

Now, Melaka, a state in the west coast, aims to be part of the songket’s legacy with its own unique brand of songket bunga kesidang.

The songket is the brainchild of Yang Dipertua Negeri Melaka Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob, who wanted to ensure that Melaka had a songket of its own. In fact, the songket is already most commonly associated with the state.

The motif chosen for the songket was based on the bunga kesidang (Vallaris Glabara), the bread flower, which is also the state’s official flower.

In 2004, the Institut Seni Malaysia Melaka (ISMMA) was tasked with designing the songket using the bunga kesidang motif and ensuring that it qualified as the Songket Melaka.

The institute was also entrusted with ensuring that Songket Melaka was on par with the songkets from Kelantan and Terengganu.

THE SONGKET MELAKA’S DESIGN

ISMMA’s manager, Noor Azlina Yunus, told Bernama that the institute started designing the songket about six years ago using the expertise of two cultural icons, Malaysia’s Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Tapa and Bapak Tenas Effendy from Indonesia.

She noted that the songket basically has four parts: a body, head, kapit and legs. Both experts, she said, decided on the most suitable design for each part.

“Each part of the songket has its own motif and reason for why it is there,” she explained.

Azlina revealed that the work of designing the patterns on the songket took about a year before a ‘prototype’ was made for the approval of Mohd Khalil.

After getting the nod from Mohd Khalil, ISMMA searched for the best weaver to ensure that Melaka entered the world of songket-making in style.

HIGH QUALITY

ISMMA compared the work quality of weavers from Terengganu, Indonesia and Selangor. After a thorough scrutiny of woven work from the three states, a company in Selangor was awarded the task of weaving the songket.

“It is not that ISMMA did not want to weave the songket itself; rather, it was done to ensure the highest weaving quality and we wanted the skills of an expert weaver before taking on the task ourselves,” she said.

ISMMA is currently learning the art of songket weaving to create high quality songket bunga kesidang.

In pursuit of this goal, ISMMA has sent some of its staffers on an exchange programme to a weaving handicraft agency in Indonesia.

“We always send young staffers on such exchange programmes. We want to expose them to the art of songket weaving, as well as ensure that this art form is handed down to future generations,” she explained.

So far, two types of songket bunga kesidang are available, namely the samping (short sarong worn over the trousers) for men and the textile set, and sash for women.

The hand-woven songket made of silk can sell for RM 2,500, while the one made of polyester material fetches RM650. However, a machine-made songket is much cheaper at RM250.

A hand-woven songket made of silk, in the form of sarongs and sashes, can sell for RM3,000.

TAKING MELAKA’S SONGKET TO THE WORLD

Since 2009, ISMMA has been promoting the songket bunga kesidang locally, starting with official state government functions.

“Currently, members of the public are encouraged to wear the Songket Melaka at official state events, like the investiture ceremony,” he said.

ISMMA has plans to market the songket overseas. In addition, the Malay Islamic World Secretariat (DMDI) has been identified as the agency with the capability to market the songket on the international stage.

On 6 Dec, 2008, Bollywood star Datuk Shah Rukh Khan wore the samping Songket Melaka sponsored by ISMMA when he received the Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka (DMSM) award. The award gives official recognition to songkets unique to the state.

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To The Top of Mulu Summit (Part 2)

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Words by Ariel Chew, photos by Zainal Abidin Othman


Enter if you dare!

 

The next morning dawned bright and we woke up feeling chirpy after a good night’s rest.  But to my horror, I discovered my pillow stained with blood.  

The view was pretty – fallen leaves and lovely trees as far as the eye can see.  And when we pause to look further between the trees, we can see the tops of neighbouring mountains – bluish green from a distance. 


Calm surroundings

To Give Up or Not – That Was the Question!

Apparently, I wasn’t the only one who entertained the thought of giving up.  Our boss upon seeing our tired faces as we rested at Camp 2 asked us if we would like to turn back to Camp 1.  One by one, we shook our heads.  If we proceed to Camp 3 at this late hour, it would mean trekking in the dark when the night fell.  The clouds were ominously dark and it might rain at any time.

And so, we slowly got up to our feet, every sore muscle protesting, hoisted our backpacks and went on to one of the hardest journeys we’ve ever known. The rain came strong and heavy.  We hurriedly donned our ponchos, mainly to protect our backpacks even though they were already protected by their rain covers. Although the rain made the slopes slippery, it had a cooling and rejuvenating effect on our tired bodies and strangely enough, made the journey easier. 

There was another group who stayed overnight at Camp 3 after descending from the summit.  They left early in the morning, descending to Camp 1 and then back to Park HQ.  To my relief, they looked none the worse for wear after conquering the summit.  After my harrowing and slow performance getting to Camp 3, I was having serious doubts whether I could actually make it to the summit.  

If you stop to listen, you can hear the slow dripping of water from the rock formations as part of the process of forming a new stalagmite.  Of course, this process is painstakingly long with only about one centimetre growing every hundred years.  Looking at the rock formations in the cave, we guessed that the cave must have been around the block for a long, long while.  The pebbles and rocks on the cave floor resembled those typically found on river beds.  This was evidence that the cave systems were formed by strong gushing underground rivers once upon a time. 

I decided to cross the bridge when I get to it.  At any rate, by reaching Camp 3, I managed to do what 20 soldiers purportedly couldn’t.  With that uplifting thought, I cheerfully packed up, don my wet trekking clothes and together with the others, left for Camp 4 after breakfast.

Camp 3 was cold at night, making it difficult for me to sleep much despite my warm sleeping bag and jacket (perhaps I should have gotten better gloves for my hands were freezing).   

Similar to Camp 1, both camps have basic flush toilets and fire places to cook food but unlike Camp 1, their only source of water was the rainfall collected in several big tanks.  We were thankful for the heavy rainfall on our journey;  for the water tanks were filled to the brim, giving us enough water for cooking and cleaning ourselves.  We used the water to fill our water containers but after applying one water purification tablet into every one litre, of course.   

Day 5 ~ Hie Ho, Hie Ho, It’s off to the Summit We Go!

Waking up before dawn (3.30am to be exact) and getting ourselves out in the freezing cold to climb a steep summit was hardly my idea of fun.  But that was exactly what we did the next morning.  The only consolation was we got to leave our backpacks behind at Camp 4 and just bring necessities to the summit. 

As we climbed guided by our torch lights, we got warmer. As Zainal said earlier, there were two false peaks to go through before we could reach the true peak.  Which meant a series of steep ascends and descends that took the wind out of my sail.Still, that did not deter me from pausing to admire the soft golden glow of sunlight illuminating the lovely trees and stunted vegetation along the way.  The air was crisp and utterly fresh.  There were times when I found myself trudging all alone and I embraced those moments of quietness in the midst of such beauty. 

On the flipside, never had I felt so helpless and terrified either.  At one point, I found myself dangling on both hands with my feet trying in vain to find a firm foothold to pull myself up the 90 degree ledge.  I felt the strength in my arms giving out and I tried to grip the tree roots tighter.  If I were to let go, it would be one steep and long drop.   

It felt like we’ll never reach the elusive summit.  The false twin peaks fed us a lot of false hopes that we have arrived.  But we eventually got there.  Up there, the vegetation resembled adorable bonsai plants and the wind was strong and chilly.  There was also an abandoned battery recharging station/shack, a tall pole that beckoned us to climb it and three poles tied together with a metal pail on top to signal the summit.  

 

Strange, but intriguing

 

 

Night crawler

 

Black wonder 

Sticking grasshooper 

 

Back to Camp 3

All that goes up must come down.  And it’s the same for mountain climbers. Our success not only lies in conquering the summit but to return safely to our point of origin.  

The descent from the summit to Camp 4 took as long as the ascent earlier that morning.  

We reached Camp 3 just as it started getting dark. Was it a coincidence that I always reached Camp 3 after an immensely tiring trek at nightfall? Whatever it was, Camp 3 (not the Summit) to me is the symbol of being the most difficult goal to attain. 

Day 6 – Back to Royal Mulu Resort

Our final day on the Mulu Summit trail dawned upon us bright and cheery.  Silly grins were firmly plastered upon our faces as we fantasized about finally getting back to civilisation. 

 

We were delighted to see the beautiful leaf-covered paths that greeted us as we continued our descent.  This must be the fantastic view we missed when we struggled to Camp 3 in the rain and dark. 

 

Lunch was at Camp 1, and after trekking uphill and downhill for many days, it was sheer bliss to walk on flat terrain.  We passed several rivers where some of us took the time to swim in them, enjoying one last river bath before going back to the urban jungle.   

When time has erased all scratches, wounds and heart-stopping memories of the Mulu Summit Trail, we know that we will be back for more.    

You can take an adventurer out of the rainforest, but you can’t take the love for the rainforest out of the adventurer.  


 

 

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