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Live and Let Live at the East Coast Homestays

The Malaysian homestay experience may have some similarities with the bed and breakfast concept in Europe, but there the similarity ends. It’s not only a retreat for those wanting to escape the city, it’s a lesson in life about humanity, patience, and for us, Malaysians, our heritage and traditions. The East Coast of Malaysia is the epitome of the Malay culture and heritage. Homestays in the east coast will definitely give you a glimpse of that traditional world. Let’s check out some of them:

Homestay Desa Murni, Temerloh – Pahang

As the pioneer homestays, the five villages of Desa Murni in Temerloh, Pahang remain a much sought after home away from home even after more than 20 years.

At these villages, immerse yourself in your adopted family’s way of life. Many of them are rubber tapers so get the opportunity to learn how to tap a rubber tree. Mind you, it’s not as easy as it looks. Perhaps you would like to try your hands at catching the patin fish or freshwater silver catfish which this district is famous for. Then, you can learn the Pahang’s most favourite way to cook the fish – ikan patin masak lemak. The yellowish gravy and slightly watery recipe is definitely delicious but an acquired taste at the same time.

While staying at the village, let your adopted family bring you to the Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre in Lanchang to have a close interaction with the elephants and visit the Deerland Park nearby where you can learn and interact with deers and also other animals such as sun bears, ostriches and snakes.

If you are into eco-adventure, you can choose to go to for a hiking and climbing at the nearby Gunung Senyum and also explore the caves at the foot of the mountain.

Homestay Desa Murni
Lot 1674 Jalan Homestay
Desa Murni Sanggang,
28020 Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia
Contact Person: Khairul Hakimin bin Sahariman (+609 284 7949 / +6019 – 2243 805)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kampungstaydesamurni


Homestay Taman Sedia, Cameron Highlands – Pahang

What is great about this homestay is it is located on the highland, which means cool breezy weather all day long and a breath of fresh air. Taman Sedia is the first Malay settlement in Cameron Highlands and is located between the town of Tanah Rata and Brinchang.

Imagine staying at a home with a strawberry farm in the backyard, it will be a dream come true for some of us. And when there is a strawberry farm, there must be strawberry- related activities in the list of things to do at the village, right? Well, for a start, you will have the opportunity to eat strawberry fresh off the tree and then they will teach you how to make strawberry ice cream and strawberry jam.

Besides the strawberry farms, you can also visit various flowers and vegetable farms, a cactus valley, and various tea plantations that can be found all over the highland. Take a break at one of the tea plantations to sip a hot cup of tea while enjoying the beautiful scenery of the tea valley.

For the more adventurous, try hiking to one of the most popular waterfalls in Cameron Highlands, the Robinson Waterfall, or trekking all the way up to the bewitching Mossy Forest.

Homestay Taman Sedia
Kg. Taman Sedia
39000 Tanah Rata, Pahang
Contact Person: Mohd Zulkifli Daud (+6019 -578 2044)
Website: https://homestaykampungtamansedia.business.site/


Homestay Teluk Ketapang – Terengganu

Kampung Teluk Ketapang is a small fishing village where visitors can experience the traditional Terengganu way of life.

During your stay, you will have the opportunity to observe how local dishes are prepared and help out in the kitchen, test your skill in making keropok lekor (popular traditional Terengganu’s fish snack), witness a traditional Malay wedding and play traditional games such as congkak, a type of mancala game and the word congkak came from the old Malay word ‘congak’ which refers to the mental calculation practiced in this game.

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the mangrove swamp river where you will be greeted by various species of wild animals such as colourful birds, monitor lizards, monkeys and even otters.

You can also visit one of the riverside villages to get a closer look on the traditional lifestyle of a Terengganu village, as well as participate in cottage industry tour such as an attap leave roof weaving and coconut sugar making.

Homestay Teluk Ketapang
Balai Raya Kg Teluk Ketapang
Seberang Takir, Terengganu
Contact Person: Md. Azmi (+6013 – 923 4837)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/HomestayTelukKetapang


Homestay Seterpa – Kelantan

The silent whisper of ripening paddy fields swaying gently in the wind greets visitors, as they step into Kampung Seterpa. Running barefoot, a small boy pushes his small tricycle across the beaten footpath at the edge of the paddy fields. A rooster crows loudly, breaking the deafening silence.

Located 16 kilometers from Kota Bharu in Kelantan, Kampung Seterpa is the nearest homestay village to the city centre. Kampung Seterpa, derived from the Kelantan dialect ‘serepak’ (meeting place), is a wonderful experience for those wanting a taste of traditional village life.

The villagers are warm and friendly, and immediately put you at ease with their lively chatter. Sip a coconut (or two!) to quench your thirst and take in the beautiful surroundings. Served with traditional pastries, ‘tepung pelita’ and munching on local fruit, jambu air, life here is pleasant and slow paced.

No traffic jams for miles, just the chorus of quacking ducks, chickens and buffalo. Breathe in the fresh, morning air as you watch the sun rise during your stay here. Make a date with the farmers to explore the village with its many interesting activities or even try a hand at paddy farming!

On a windy day, fly the ubiquitous and colourful wau (kite) while running across the paths to the paddy fields. Collect freshwater snails, see the mischievous monkey pick a ripe coconut or dance to the tunes of the ancient ‘dikir barat’.

You’ll definitely enjoy your stay here at Kampung Seterpa, don’t forget to share the memories!

Homestay Kg. Seterpa
Lot 112 Taman Indah, Kg. Seterpa
Jalan Penggawa Matsaat
16150, Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
Contact Person: Dr. Mohamed Saat bin Hj Ismail (09-765 7685 / 019-939 3553)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Homestay-Seterpa


Homestay Nelayan Pantai Suri – Kelantan

Greeted by a dozen ducks, quacking a cacophonic welcome, is a pleasant surprise as one sets foot on dry land at Pantai Suri Village. Goats and sheep wander aimlessly, chewing on small shrubs. Everything seems peaceful and very laidback.

The journey to the small island of Kampung Pantai Suri is a 20 minutes boat ride. The village sits at the estuary of the Kelantan River near Tumpat, and is near the South China Sea. Get a glimpse of the life of the villagers’, most of whom are fishermen, as they go out to sea early in the morning.

There are no cars here, only motorcycles and bicycles. Most villagers prefer to walk as the homes are situated closely to one another. As you walk, feel the sand under your feet. The coconut trees’ swaying gently in the wind and everyone knows everyone in the village of 450 people.

Try your hand at making the crunchy kuih sepit (love letters), or savour the tasty and mouth-watering local delicacy, kerabu nipah (palm salad) and play congkak with locals.

Watch too, bees’ fly aimlessly, stopping from flower to flower, as ciku trees start to bear fruits. Roosters walk majestically in the village, watching the village ducks wrestling for a morsel or two.

Dried fish is laid out to dry under the hot sun, to make salted fish. Friendly cats warm up to you as you stroll by. A bicycle lies unattended besides the withered bamboo fence. Life is simple, and this is Pantai Suri at its best.

Homestay Nelayan Pantai Suri
d/a Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Tumpat Kompleks Perikanan LKIM Geting
Pengkalan Kubor
16080 Tumpat, Kelantan
Contact Person: Ramly Ibrahim (+6014 – 847 4865)
Email: [email protected]

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Three Award-Winning Attractions To Explore In Malaysia

When planning a visit to Malaysia, don’t forget to include these three award-winning attractions into your itinerary. They were recently given the highest Malaysian honours at the Malaysia Tourism Awards for being the best tourist attractions in the country.

It wasn’t easy to get on the list – these three were shortlisted by a panel of judges comprising leaders in the industry, after a thorough and long process of evaluation. The awards show comes around only once every two years, so it’s worth checking out these prime selections!

OLD-WORLD RAIL TRAVEL

Fancy the Orient Express ala Malaysia? Then you’ll definitely love a ride on the North Borneo Railway’s British Vulcan wood-fuelled steam locomotive. Stepping inside the old-style train carriage will transport you to the nostalgia of train travel in the early 1900s.

What is it? The North Borneo Railway offers you the experience of train travel on Borneo’s oldest running steam locomotive. Plying between Sabah’s state capital, Tanjung Aru and Papar, an agricultural town known as the rice bowl of Sabah, this 58 km route takes passengers through scenic villages and coastal towns, paddy fields, rainforests and plantations of rubber and coffee. During the four-hour journey, you’ll see the heart of Sabah unfolding before your very eyes and and get a glimpse of the colourful and unique local lifestyle. Stops are made along the way to visit traditional temples, heritage shops and the local markets. A local breakfast is served on board, while lunch is presented in a tiffin carrier, reminiscent of the old days, and highlights Sabah cuisine using local produce such as their brown hill rice and jungle ferns.

The experience: This is definitely for the dreamers who love a good dose of culture and tradition mixed into their holidays. After all, rail travel has always been romanticized with beautiful vistas, excellent service and comfort…something that you can certainly expect with this North Borneo Railway experience.

Website: www.suteraharbour.com

A PASSAGE TO THE PAST

The island of Langkawi in the northern region of Malaysia is full of legends, folklore and beautiful geological landscapes at the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, a 100 square km nature reserve. The best way to experience it? By taking a slow and lazy ride down the Kilim river that will transport you to a place hundreds of millions of years old.

What is it? Here is a collection of geo-sites full of amazing flora and fauna, and stunning geological formations like mammoth limestone rocks, fossils, caves, lagoons, beaches and seascapes that will astound and mesmerize you. One of the best ways to explore and appreciate the area is with a boat or kayak ride down the Kilim river, an area said to be some 500 million years old. Your passage down the river passes dense wetland mangroves on one side and gigantic limestone rocks on the other rising from the river bed. Expect to see white bellied eagles and other species of birds, crocodiles, mud crabs, monkeys, monitor lizards, and if you’re lucky a dolphin or two. Stop to explore caves with amazing stalactite and stalagmite formations, fossils and limestone cliffs, and chance upon hidden lakes, mysterious caves and small uninhabited islands.

The experience: This is geology and natural history classes rolled into one, and what a great way to learn! The experience here is nothing short of fascinating as you personally witness life and nature unfolding before your very eyes. A great excursion for the entire family.

Website: langkawigeopark.com.my

A PLAYGROUND FOR YOUNG AND OLD

Looking to “escape” from the hustle and bustle of urban life? Try out this adventure theme park called “Escape” in Teluk Bahang, Penang. Think of it as a huge outdoor playground for all ages, but be prepared to do lots of jumping, leaping, crawling, running, sliding and more…just like when you were kids!

What is it? Escape is basically an outdoor jungle gym that offers kids and adults alike an opportunity to play with abandon at its two themed parks, namely “Escape Adventureplay” and “Escape Waterplay.” There are over 20 attractions within the “dry” park, Escape Adventureplay, consisting of obstacles and challenges of different difficulty levels. Face your fear of heights and challenge your stamina, core strength and balance as you swing from tree to tree like a monkey, leap through the air, climb trees and towers, bounce down slopes on tubby racers or become a cave explorer. Meanwhile, at Escape Waterplay, prepare to get wet! Here, you can opt to swim at a beach-pool with constant waves, slide through the Banana Flip that will launch visitors into the air and send them flying into a 5-metre deep pool, play with your children at the Tots Pool, or even race with your friends and zoom down at 45 km per hour on the slides called Speed Racer.

The Experience:  This place is like your long-lost playground from your childhood days. Spend a whole day here and re-live childhood memories of outdoor adventures with friends and family. Be warned that it is both fun AND will challenge your physical strength.

Website: www.escape.my

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A ambience of Szechuan with Moola

January 29, 2013 during 5:00 pm

How many times have we walked past a emporium or a grill though realising what is offering in there? we know we do. In a promptness to strech a end on time, these shops have been reduced to becloud images that incline into a background. One such grill was Zhi Wei Yuan, located along Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur.

Zhi Wei Yuan specialises in Szechuan cuisine, and as Chinese cuisines are a vast poser to me, we did not have any preconceived expectations before to dining during this outlet. we was there with a integrate of friends, including Emily Tang of Sunrise Emily blog and Evelyn Ang of Missyblurkit.com, pleasantness of Moola, a initial ever homegrown Cash-Back Lifestyle programme by ICT Utopia. The girls had a lot to contend about their knowledge here, so greatfully remember to see how it went for both of them!

Read: Emily’s initial confront of a Szechuan kind
Read: Evelyn loves it SPICY… for food of course

It turns out that Szechuan food is famous for a sharp dishes and a inexhaustible use of a Szechuan peppercorns in cooking. These peppercorns are famous to possess a singular aroma and essence that is unequivocally most distinct a some-more obvious counterparts, a black and white pepper. Regulars congregation who know accurately what they wish can have their dishes customised according to their requests. Freshness is their categorical importance when it comes to selecting their mixture to safeguard peculiarity dishes. Most of their elementary mixture used in credentials of their dishes are brought in from China.

Our dishes for a dusk looked flattering common, though let me tell you, this lot packs a punch ambience wise! The manager offering us a unequivocally useful tip to quarrel off a feverishness from a peppercorns – that is to splash Wong Lo Kat (a form of Chinese honeyed herbal drink) instead of a common cold H2O to element a meal. Our cooking started off with prawns boiled in sharp sauce. The prawns were fresh, and it a initial of many good tasting dishes that done a cooking great.

Surprisingly, Wong Lo Kat unequivocally does assistance cold down a spiciness of a Szechuan pepper!

To me, food is like songs and movies; we might confront a good many of them via your life, though usually a few will indeed leave a durability impression. For me, a Sichuan Style Braised Fish Fillet with Beancurd was one such dish. we never knew that a multiple of elementary mixture like fish fillet, soothing beancurd and pickled recorded unfeeling could turn something so delicious. The ambience of a soup is clever adequate that it gives a whole plate a flavour, though not so clever that it overpowers a beancurd and fish fillet.

Sichuan Style Fried Prawn with Spicy Sauce – juicy down to a unequivocally final bite!

Sichuan Style Braised Fish Fillet with Beancurd – Though it might demeanour simple, one ambience of this plate and we will tumble in adore with it

We were also treated to a portion of Fried Spareribs in Sweet Sour Sauce and Chongqing Stir Fried Chicken with Dried Chilli. Unlike some restaurants where a colour of a salsa LOOKS juicy though in fact lacks in taste, this plate is only ideal – not too sweet, only adequate spirit of sourness to make it proposal and tantalizing with each bite! Definitely a contingency try for lovers of pig gangling ribs. For frog lovers, demeanour out for a Dry Braised Spicy Edible Frog. Though it was somewhat tainted to a taste, a frog beef was uninformed and tender, creation this plate a good accompaniment with rice.

Fried Spareribs in Sweet Sour Sauce – a contingency try for spareribs lovers

Chongqing Stir Fried Chicken with Dried Chilli – sharp to a final morsel!

Dry Braised Spicy Edible Frog

The cook also done us a few other non-spicy dishes like a Sauteed Hand Ripped Cabbage, Xinjiang Boiled Lamb Cutlets, Sauteed Shredded Potato with Salted Egg Yolk. Again, do not be fooled by these elementary looking dishes. The cabbage tastes positively scrumptious! The unfeeling is frail and juicy with a slight benevolence and a spirit of vinegar combined to it, nonetheless there isn’t any of a tender unfeeling ambience that is benefaction as a outcome of undercooking. If we were to ask a manager as to how a lamb is prepared, you’d be astounded with a answer. There isn’t any gamey ambience and it doesn’t feel like we are nipping rubber with each bite.

Sauteed Hand Ripped Cabbage – a cabbage tastes frail with a slight benevolence to it. One of a many favourites for a night

Xinjiang Boiled Lamb Cutlets – who knew that lamb could ambience this smashing baked this way

Sauteed Shredded Potato with Salted Egg Yolk – looks like noodles right? It’s indeed shredded potato coated with pickled egg yolk. Another favourite for a night

By now, anyone would already be so full that it would seem unfit to take another bite. Maybe it was a stormy weather, or it could be a association that we had, we were really adult for one some-more plate – a famous Sichuan Hot Pot. We chose a Spicy Fish Hot Pot. This object comes with 3 side dishes of your choice, 6 condiments and lots of fish beef underneath that effervescent soup. The condiments, that are tender garlic, open onions, sesame seed oil, peppercorn oil, chopped red and cilantro, play a partial in enhancing your eating experience.

Sichuan Hot Pot – Spicy Fish

The side dishes and condiments that comes together with a sequence of prohibited pot

Glutinous Rice Balls in Sweet Rice Wine Soup – a good dessert to turn adult a night

Unlike a required prohibited pot where we splash vast quantities of a soup, a soup for this prohibited pot can be a tad too sharp and greasy for anyone. That is because one of a condiments given with each plate is sesame seed oil. When churned with a other condiments of your choice, it will forestall a chairman from pang from heartburn. A unequivocally useful tip indeed!

It was tighten to 11pm by a time a cooking ended. Everyone went behind with a vast grin on their faces and a somewhat bigger waistline! Though eating during Zhi Wei Yuan can be somewhat expensive, it was value each dollar. It might seem that we have managed to ambience utterly a series of dishes today, though that is only a tip of a iceberg. we will really make Zhi Wei Yuan a stop in my stability tour of exploring Szechuan cuisine.

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Putrajaya, a creation of a city

Putrajaya, a creation of a city

As a immature capital, Putrajaya might not have a impression and essence of a good cities of a world, though it is good on a approach there with innovative architecture, community-centric city formulation and prolonged tenure ambitions. In propinquity to many of Malaysia’s other cities like Kuala Lumpur and Melaka, a garden city of Putrajaya is like a new child on a aged block. Granted, it lacks a thespian story of a former and a age-old enlightenment of a latter though what it has in additional is youthfulness, a complicated prophesy and a suggestion to acquire a new.

From crops to city

A travel down a memory line – or in this case, a landmark 4.2 km-long highway – might be brief though it is filled with many aesthetically-pleasing buildings, parks and bridges. Barely 16 years given a groundbreaking ceremony, Putrajaya, radiant in a pleasant object today, is a stately city wise of a purpose as a new centre of a Malaysian government.

What we see currently is a distant cry from a time when a area was famous as Prang Besar. Those were a days when rubber and palm oil plantations dominated a terrain. In a late 1990s, work began to renovate a estate into a silken executive collateral envisioned by then-Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. It was to be his bequest for Malaysia, though during a time, a city was recognised for a some-more unsentimental reason – to soothe a civic overload that was solemnly choking a collateral city, Kuala Lumpur.

For some years during a initial proviso of development, Putrajaya looked like a murky array where male and inlet intent in complicated conflict – an good thoughtfulness of a name (Prang Besar loosely translates into Big War) – as trees were mowed down and earth was flattened to make approach for a new city.

Building with care

In a following years, a empty landscape sprouted glossy new buildings connected by a far-reaching and considerable boulevard, while around it, a new municipality finish with schools, selling malls and residences were built. It’s engaging to note that Putrajaya’s master devise focused on formulating best vital conditions. For instance, as most as 70 percent of Putrajaya’s sum area is still immature with some-more being finished to revoke CO emissions and rubbish products and to foster cooler outside temperatures in a pleasant heat.

A extended operation of housing forms are accessible to move people of opposite backgrounds together in Putrajaya. Public amenities and comforts within any village are located within 5 minutes’ walking stretch from any point. Solid fencing around a fringe of a residence is disheartened so as to foster communication and socialization among neighbours (hedges, shrubs and trees are used instead to delimit one residence from a next).

The strange streams using by a empty landscape — Sungai Chuau and Sungai Bisa – were flooded over and dammed adult to emanate a sequence of scenic synthetic lakes that together, make adult about 600 hectares or 12 percent of Putrajaya. Entire forests were re-planted, a whole other ecosystem was re-created. A new city was built from belligerent zero.

The lake district

The lake – a participation too outrageous to omit — has now turn a categorical underline of Putrajaya. It functions as both a recreational area and scenic element, as good as being an environmental filter and cooling system. It’s been a venue for high-profile events such as general prohibited atmosphere balloons festivals, flower carnivals, a Le Tour De Langkawi, and general waterski championships.

As many as 8 bridges of stately pattern were assembled over a lake during several points. These have turn scenic backdrops for a accumulation of radio commercials and favourite theme matters of a many photography enthusiasts. Visitors can best suffer a beauty of a lake, and Putrajaya, around a lake journey that highlights a many overwhelming landmarks around.

A 38 km waterfront area was grown along a partial of a lake with parks, landscaped walkways, fishing piers and observation decks. A well-kept tip is a open “beach” right subsequent to Pullman Putrajaya Hotel where folks can suffer some object while a kids dash divided in a water.

The lake also forms partial of a wetland park and functions as a medium for new wildlife to a area such as swifts, moor hens, H2O hens, furious ducks and kingfishers, as good as roving birds from a Northern Hemisphere. Needless to say, it offers bird-watchers and inlet lovers a cultivatable outside session.

Landmark buildings

One of a initial Putrajaya structures to be finished was a Putra Mosque which, compartment today, stays an critical idol of Putrajaya. Its dusky pinkish dome, surfaced with a bullion tiled finial measuring 76 metres above belligerent level, has been a indicate of anxiety for many who navigate a roads around a city. Surprisingly, a elaborately-decorated pattern took usually 6 weeks to finish due to a use of complicated record that was means to emanate a ideal cover of a dome. Pre-fabricated sections of a pattern were done off-site and mounted on a mosque though a use of scaffolding and in 30 per cent reduction time than required methods.

Today, a mosque, that seems to “float” on a Putrajaya Lake, can acquire as many as 10,000 worshippers in a immeasurable request hall. Even so, there was a need to erect another mosque usually 5 years later, a Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin mosque that can take in adult to 20,000 worshippers during a time. Nicknamed a Iron Mosque since of a 6,000 tonnes of steel used in a construction, it couldn’t be some-more opposite than a Putra Mosque usually 2.2 km to a north. Influenced by German and Chinese architectural aesthetics, a mosque does divided with minarets, fans and air-conditioning. Instead, a fountain courtyard, vast open spaces and latticed walls were implemented to cold a interiors and foster ventilation. Other pattern elements embody a use of “transparent” walls on that etchings of Quranic verses seem to float.

Another building value mentioning is a Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications, or improved famous as a LEO building, brief for Low Energy Office. It pennyless new belligerent in a area of appetite potency and charge in buildings, handling on approximately 135 kWh per m2 a year, with a aim of nutritious on as tiny as 55 kWh per m2 a year. It has turn a indication for immature buildings that are both pleasing in pattern and user accessible for a comfort of a inhabitants.

The Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) in Precinct 5 also has a distinguished architecture. Located right during a finish of a Putrajaya Boulevard, “facing off” Putra Perdana, a PICC was desirous by a pattern of a stately Malay belt bend or pending, that is best appreciated with an aerial perspective of a building. From a front, however, a roof – whose sides are “lifted up” — reflects hints of Japanese origami pattern elements. The rest of a building is done of glass, to irradiate a interiors with as most healthy light as possible.

Another particular underline of Putrajaya is a 100 metre far-reaching and 4 km prolonged highway with a Putra Perdana (the Prime Minister’s office) during one finish and a PICC during a other. It’s been pronounced that Tun Mahathir wanted it fashioned after a Champs-Elysees of Paris where parades and celebrations could be hold in grand conform along a categorical thoroughfare.

The garden city

Besides a Wetland Park, there are during slightest 5 other vital parks in a vicinity. The Botanical Park has a excellent collection of plant exhibits in beautifully landscaped drift featuring 700 class from 90 countries. The Agriculture Heritage Park duration honours a origins of Putrajaya by progressing an strange tract of a Prang Besar rubber camp including an authentic rubber estimate appurtenance and smokehouse. It also cultivates Malaysian fruit trees in a orchards to give visitors a possibility to representation internal anniversary fruits.

Within a tactful enclave lies a synthetic dipterocarp forest; what used to be an oil palm estate is now an civic jungle finish with healthy streams, walking trails, and horse-riding trails. Two other singular parks within Putrajaya are a Challenge Park, to foster X-Games form recreation, and a Equestrian Park.

Putrajaya might be tiny in distance during usually 49 km block (compared to Kuala Lumpur’s 243 km square), though it positively packs in a lot with a churned development. And while it might be comparatively young, it’s formulating story of a possess with landmark architecture, seamless matrimony of modernity and nature, and a suggestion of community.

For some-more information on Putrajaya, go to www.ppj.gov.my or www.tourismmalaysia.gov.my.

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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.

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