For those who are looking for 2016 Malaysian’s Calendar, head over HERE.
Alhamdulillah at last I was able to finish up the 2015 Malaysian Calendar – Kalendar Kuda style after releasing 2014 Malaysian Calendar last year.
Head up to this link to download 2015 Malaysian Calendar which consists of 2015 Malaysian School Holiday and Malaysian Public holiday:-
DOWNLOAD FROM THIS PAGE
So, you can start planning your 2015’s holidays now! Thank you for your support and have a great day!
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If you have been or lived in Ipoh recently, you may noticed that there are several new art café being opened here. What is art café? I don’t think there are any specific definition for it but I might just consider it as a hipster and cool place to hang out with friends. The restaurant/café will focusing on arts in their interior design beside serving great foods. I believe this will be a good moves to make and to promote Ipoh town as a place for arts & culture tourism.
Salam Ramadhan everyone!
Last week I had the opportunity to have Buka Puasa at Casuarina@Meru, Ipoh. It is a new hotel in town. This year they held their first Ramadan Buka Puasa buffet. Since this is their first, maybe we could expect some specialty in their menu.
Lucky last week I had the opportunity to try their buffet, so I snap some picture for you. But before that, I’ll just give my verdict of what I personally thinks with their buffet.
Well, actually this is a veryyyyy old post till I really can’t remember exactly when is the date we go there, lulz~ But anyway, just for a record purposes, I decided to publish this post.
I went there with my housemate and all three of us went there by a night train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral station. To cut things short, we arrived at Lumut Jetty at 9.00 AM. Then after we bought our ferry ticket *The ferry time frequency is every 1 hour*, we went for breakfast at the stall nearby.
For those who are looking for 2015 Malaysian’s Calendar, head over HERE.
I can’t remember exactly when was my last update if I wouldn’t open my blog and look into the posting list. And the typically excuse, I’m busy~
Anyway, I just wanted share with you guys the new 2014 calendar I’ve made myself. Actually I did not made it myself from scratch, I’ve taken a template from this blog and changed it to 2014 calendar. Why I’m doing it? Because I like the style of Kalendar Kuda (at least that is what most we Malaysians called it). It is very easy to read, looks neat and it shows most of the important dates in Malaysia.
Since 2014 is coming and I couldn’t find the 2014’s Kalendar Kuda anywhere online, so I just created it myself for my usage. Then I decided why not just share it with my beloved reader.
So here it goes, you can download it from this blog (which is also my blog actually, I dumped all the available download links there :iye: ):
KALENDAR KUDA 2014 DOWNLOAD PAGE
That’s all for now guys, next will update with a longer post~Have a nice day!
It’s been a while since my last update. Huhu. I really want to write but my life commitment wouldn’t allow me to do so. After finishing my LLB program last few month, my career journey continued with my practical or in our profession we called it as Chambering or pupilage. So, here comes again my busy schedule.
Actually, I think, my chambering period is not as busy as it looks or as busy as my time during LLB period, but when you started working, it just feel like to have your own sweet lazy time at home during weekends~lulz.
Yes, lately I’ve been posting most of the restaurant at Section 7 Commercial Center, Shah Alam. You may refer my recent post here: Nasi Kukus, RZ Restaurant & Catering @ Pusat Komersial Seksyen 7, Shah Alam. | Thai Asam Fish Restaurant @ Section 7 Commercial Center, Shah Alam.
Perhaps because I’m ending my journey as a student at UiTM Shah Alam, so I decide to write a post of interesting food spot in Pusat Komersial alone because this area is quite famous among UiTM students/staffs/lecturers.
I don’t know what is so special about Nasi Kukus (Steamed Rice), but I kinda like it. Maybe because I’m a foodie so I eat anything *not literally anything*, as long as it is halal.