May 20, 2008


Sunday, 18 May 2008

H: Where do you want to go? Bangsar? Mid Valley? KLCC?

W: Hmmmm...I want to go to KL Tower?

H: You've never been there?

W: Nope

W didn't realize that they were heading towards KL Tower until they were right in front of it. Of course W was very delighted since W did not expect H to take W's word about visiting KL Tower seriously. Truly, the visit was enjoyable since you can see the whole of KL from the observation deck. There many people there enjoying the beautiful view of KL at night.

Here is the history of KL Tower


The Chronology of Menara Kuala Lumpur Construction:

1st Phase, 4th October 1991

- Widening of Jalan Punchak and excavations of soil from construction site.

- Finished: 15th August 1992

2nd Phase, 6th July 1992

- Construction of the foundation and basement of tower

- 50,000 cubic metres of concrete were endless poured for 31 hours hence setting

a record in the Malaysian construction industry.

- Finished: 15th April 1993 (without pilling)

3rd Phase/ ‘superstructure’, began in May 1994

- The dreary construction of the tower starts with erection of the tower shaft, then

the tower head.

- As the ultimate touches to the tower head were being done, the construction of the

tourist building began.

- Introduce Islamic motif to reflect Malaysia’s Islamic Heritage, and blended eastern

design with western architectural technology

- Main Lobby – decorated with lovely glass-clad domes that glint like huge diamond.

- These domes were designed and arranged in the form of the ‘Muqarnas’ by Iranian

craftsmen from Esfahan

Final Touch, 13th September 1994

- Topping up Ceremony where the Antenna Mast was installed by YAB Dato' Seri Dr

Mahathir Mohamad

- Marking the final height of tower, 421 above ground level.

- Installation of the facilities and amenities executed to ensure comfort and safety.

Perfecting Tower

- Opened to public on 23rd July 1996.

- Officially launched by the Malaysian Prime Minister at the time, Tun Dr. Mahathir

Mohamad of Malaysia on 1st October 1996.


Happy Belated Birthday to my brother (whose birthday was on May 12).

Celebrating You!


S: Happy Birthday, Sir!

B: Thank you. Please, sit down. (Hehe..gaya seorang guru...)


Happy Belated Birthday to my brother (whose birthday was on May 12).

Celebrating You!


S: Happy Birthday, Sir!

B: Thank you. Please, sit down. (Hehe..gaya seorang guru...)


Just For You...

Happy mother's day to all mothers especially to my beloved mother and mother in-law.

Happy teacher's day to all teachers especially those who have taught me from kindergarten, primary school, secondary school and all my lecturers at IIUM.

May Allah bless all of you!

May 7, 2008

Cuti-cuti Malaysia

Langkawi Island 2007
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Holiday Villa
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Mutiara Burau Bay
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Snorkelling at Payar Island
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Fraser's Hill

The landmark of Fraser's Hill

Fraser's Silverpark

May 5, 2008


"Demi masa. Sesungguhnya manusia itu dalam kerugian, melainkan mereka yang beriman dan beramal soleh dan mereka pula berpesan-pesan dengan kebenaran serta berpesan-pesan dengan sabar."

May 4, 2008


But Why Juice?

There are many good reasons why you should juice. I'm not advocating that you should juice all your fruits and vegetables. What I do suggest is that you drink juices regularly, on top of your intake of other fruits and vegetables. Here are only some of the reasons:

  • Juicing helps to "pre-digest" your food.
    As a result of our poor food choices over the years, most of us have bodies which have become weak in absorbing the nutrients that we need. Juicing "pre-digest" the fruits so that they are readily digested and assimilated before it gets eliminated from our body.
  • You will need one or two pounds of fruits daily to obtain the optimum level of nutrients needed for your body.
    By juicing, it allows you to accomplish this easily. You don't want to be eating so much fruits that it makes you sick of fruits. Moreover, this would violate the principle of regular food rotation and increase your chance of developing an allergy towards a certain kind of food.
  • Juicing removes indigestible fiber
    The nutrients we are after, are trapped in indigestible fiber. For example, when you eat a carrot, you are only able to assimilate 1% of the beta-carotene. But wonder of wonders, when you juice, you are able to assimilate nearly 100% of the beta-carotene!
  • Easy digestion and assimilation
    Solid foods require many hours of digestion before any nutrient is made available to the cells. Juices are assimilated within 15 minutes of consumption, with very little effort on the part of the digestive system. Because it is in liquid form, the enzymes are not wasted to fuel its own digestion. As a result, the body can quickly distribute the much needed enzymes to other parts of the body to heal, build, restore and repair.
  • Juices are cleansing
    Only with sufficient amount of nutrients in the fruits through juicing, can the juices be cleansing to the blood. Blood is life. By keeping our blood clean and loaded with nutrients, we can expect to live better and longer.
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May 3, 2008


Salam to all,

I would like share an interesting site that I found on the net.