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28 November 2015


Desaru is a beach and resort area in Johor, Malaysia. It is located approximately 88 kilometers east of Johor Bahru, on the South China Sea. It is a very popular weekend escape for residents of Singapore who come to enjoy the attractive 25 km stretch of beaches and splendid golf courses. The Desaru Golf & Country Resort is a popular establishment here.
Located near this beach is a town, Bandar Penawar, at which there are various Malaysian boarding schools including Sekolah Menengah Sains Kota Tinggi, Sekolah Sukan Bandar Penawar and Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Bandar Penawar.
The Senai-Desaru Expressway will connect Desaru to Johor Bahru in 45 minutes, compared to the present two hours.

01 November 2015

Barzanji (Marhaban)

Cukur jambul merupakan adat resam masyarakat Melayu di Malaysia 40 hari selepas kelahiran bayi. Sambutan tidak disambut selepas kelahiran kerana sang ibu masih belum lepas pantang atau belum sihat. Sesetengah tempat memangil adat Melayu ini sebagai:

19 October 2015

Walimatulurus 17 Oktober 2015

Sekitar photo yang sempat dirakam semasa majlis walimatulurus yg dilangsungkan di Dewan Guthrie Bukit Jelutong antar Azmil & Anur.....

07 September 2015

Pantai Cenang Langkawi

Pantai Cenang – Langkawi’s main vein – may not be as rowdy as the Las Vegas strip but it is Malaysia’s most developed west-coast beach; its shores are a gorgeous mix of white sand, crystalline turquoise-blue waters and verdant palms.
Crammed with mostly budget to mid-range hotels, Pantai Cenang – located 25 km west of Kuah – is also home to more than a few high-end resorts. When the sun goes down a peculiar jumble of backpackers, expats, Asian tourists and families throng the main road to eat, drink and window shop.

26 August 2015

3D Art In Paradise Langkawi

Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum, hailed as the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and second largest in the world, features more than 200 impressive artworks that appear almost lifelike when photographed. Accessible within a 20-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport, this unique attraction is situated next to the iconic Langkawi Cable Car in The Oriental Village, Burau Bay.

A three-storey building with an exhibition space that covers 2,000 square metres, Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum is divided into nine interactive zones including optical illusion, aquatic, safari, fantasy, classic, castles, landscapes, Egyptian, and Malaysian zones. There are more than 200 beautiful and meticulous artworks, all of which are hand-painted by 23 leading Korean artists in collaboration with talented local artists.

Presented in three-dimensional forms, many of these paintings seem to spill out from their framed canvases, offering a fun way for visitors to interact, photograph, and blend with the artworks.