15 June 2017

Bubur Lambuk Ramadan 1438H

Aktiviti setiap tahun bulan Ramadhan diteruskan. Ini adalah tahun ke 4 program memasak bubur lambuk diadakan di kawasan perumahan, anjuran kawasan rukun tetangga.



















04 June 2017

Bukit Merah Lake Town

Surrounded by lush greenery and fronting one of Malaysia's largest 7,000-acre freshwater lake, the resort is only a 3 hours' drive from Kuala Lumpur and easily reached just off the Bukit Merah toll exit (Exit 150) along the North-South Expressway.










24 May 2017

Batu Ferringhi

Batu Ferringhi is a suburb of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Located along the northern coast of Penang Island and about 11 km northwest of George Town, it is the prime beach destination in Penang among locals and tourists. To cater to the influx of tourists, several major high-rise hotels have been established along the 4 km stretch of beaches, including Hard Rock Hotel.



















14 May 2017

Bukit Malawati

Bukit Malawati (Malawati Hill) at Kuala Selangor was the administrative center and stronghold of the Selangor Sultanate in the late 18th and early 19th century. A heavily fortified fort once stood on the summit. It was built during the reign of Sultan Ibrahim from 1782 to 1826 to fight against the Dutch. Selangor had been sucked into the struggle between the Dutct amd the ruler of Johor and Riau.
The fort fell to the Dutch in 1784, renamed it "Altingsburd Fort" after they did not hold it for long. Sultar Dutch governor-general. Butn Ibrahim recaptured the fort in January 1785 in a daring night attack with the aid of warrior from Pahang and mercenaries from Permatang. The victory was significant. It was the first time that a local Sulatn had been able to retake his fort from a foreign power.
In Bukit Malawati are found relics of the past, including the protective walls of the fort, the palace ground, a lighthouse, royal graves, seven walls, a flat stone used for beheading offenders, a 100-step ladder, a poisonous well and several cannons pointed at the moth of the Selangor River (Sungai Selangor). Bukit Malawati was designated a historical monument and historical site under Antiquities Act 1976 in 1977.