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Monday, 11 April 2022


Enjoy Exciting Activities at Sungai Selangor with Selangor Community Host Programme!

Hulu Selangor District is rich in natural attractions. As such, the Selangor Community Host Programme in the District offers various activities which bring you closer to nature. It is a must-include entry in your travel bucket list as the activities are rarely available in the city. Among the attractions here include the Selangor River which starts from the Pertak Dam and ends in Kuala Selangor District. Continue reading to find out the list of the must-try activities!

  1. Enjoy Water Tubing

Spend some time and enjoy this very exciting activity! Float yourself on a tube along the Selangor River which is definitely a fun thing to do while witnessing the uniqueness and beauty of the surrounding.

  1. Extracting Tin Ore

Tin extraction is a traditional method in mining. Tin ore mining was one of the earliest economic activities carried out in the State of Selangor. Therefore, this is a very interesting opportunity for you to learn on both the history and tin ore extraction! 

  1. Snail-catching and Fishing Experience

There is an interesting activity waiting for you at Selangor River -- catching snails and fishing! This activity is also offered in the Community Host Programme, so we got you covered!

  1. Picnic by the Selangor River!

Have a picnic by the Selangor River while enjoying some snacks is the best way to end your half-day adventure in this District! After carrying out tiring yet fun activities, take a moment to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature!

Partake in the Community Host Programme in Hulu Selangor District to engage in the activities listed above! Do not forget to hop-on the adventure in the State of Selangor, especially during the weekends! If you are interested in participating in this programme, you can make a reservation by contacting 019-329 9760 (Khairunnisak).

However, kindly adhere to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set by the National Security Council in accordance to Phase 4 of the National Recovery Plan, such as ensuring social distancing, wearing face mask at all times in public, and applying hand sanitizer regularly, for the well-being of many.

Thursday, 20 August 2020


Weil Hotel is located next to Ipoh Parade shopping mall.
Staying at WEIL Hotel is a good choice when you are visiting Ipoh. The hotel is located only 1.87 km away from Ipoh Railway Station. This hotel is very easy to find since it is strategically positioned close to public facilities.

The room comes with LCD tv, coffee and tea making facilities, complimentary internet connection, drinking water, snacks, in-room safe box, in-room iron, ironing board, hair dryer, bathrobe, in-room slippers, mini fridge (complimentary soft drink), self controlled air conditioning and limited Astro channel (Travel channel, MTV Live, Nick Jr, Now Baogu, Al Jazeera, Nat Geo Adventure, Astro Supersports, Channel news Asia, Rtl Cbs, TV Al Hijrah and Warners TV).

Another attraction in the hotel is an infinity pool overlooking the city. So far, only the pool is available and other facilities are still a work in progress.



We book our stay here, why don’t you too!


We love their soap and shampoo provided! I could not say more. Good quality. They are soft to the skin and smell good too. We never had this expression before, it was awesome!

Overall experience was awesome. Will definitely stay here again when I next visit Ipoh!! And recommend friends as well.

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Check-in: From 15:00

Check-out: Before 12:00


Public areas: Free WiFi Guestrooms: Free WiFi


Coffee maker Free bottled water Private bath with separate tub and shower Rainfall showerhead Hair dryer, bathrobes, and slippers Premium linens Satellite service and premium channels Desk and phone In-room safe Daily housekeeping Air conditioning Room service (limited hours)


Ipoh Padang: 2-min walk, 0.1 mi/0.2 km Yasmin At Kong Heng Museum: 3-min walk, 0.2 mi/0.3 km Han Chin Pet Soo: 5-min walk, 0.3 mi/0.4 km Ipoh Mural: 7-min walk, 0.3 mi/0.6 km Dataran Ipoh: 2-min drive, 1.2 mi/1.9 km Ipoh Parade: 4-min drive, 1.3 mi/2.1 km Mari Amman Temple: 5-min drive, 1.4 mi/2.3 km D. R. Seenivasagam Park: 5-min drive, 1.3 mi/2 km Nam Thean Tong Temple: 6-min drive, 3.7 mi/6 km Sultan Abdul Aziz Recreation Park: 6-min drive, 3.4 mi/5.5 km Royal Perak Golf Club: 8-min drive, 3.6 mi/5.9 km Angsana: 8-min drive, 2 mi/3.2 km Sam Poh Tong Temple: 9-min drive, 4.1 mi/6.7 km Perak Stadium: 11-min drive, 2.6 mi/4.2 km Perak Tong Cave Temple: 14-min drive, 3.9 mi/6.2 km Gunung Lang Recreational Park: 15-min drive, 3.6 mi/5.8 km

Sunday, 1 March 2020


Another short gateway on weekend. Sembayu Villa is located in Seremban. About 1 hour driving from Kuala Lumpur City Center (depends on the traffic too! =p). It is about 62 KM from the International Airport, KLIA.

Sembayu Villa provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool, a shared lounge and karaoke room! Before your stay, it is best to book breakfast and dinner package. Or bring your own food. The road is quite steep to drive up if you are thinking of going out for food.

Spacious room with balcony, bath tub, hammock and place for you to relax all day facing the nature.

There are few dinner set offers during your stay. We have a set of traditional dish in Negeri Sembilan which was 'Masak Lemak Daging Salai' (Smoked beef in coconut milk) set. It comes with ulam (fresh vegetable), salted egg and salted drief fish too.

There is pool and foosball table that you can use at the main lounge. 
It was a great experience and stay at one luxury room in closed to the nature.

You can book your stay in Agoda or check their website for more! :D

Check out FULL VIDEO stays on YouTube channel!

Monday, 2 December 2019


Pulau Pinang or well-known Penang, Malaysia. Another trip Penang every other year. Lol! You guys can check out previous post for the details on how to get to Penang by road or ferry.

Good food to try when you are in Penang. I have shared this on my previous post too. But here's a new thing we got, Hameed Pata Mee Sotong. One of the famous noodle here. Believe me, we had to line up for over half an hour to order food here. But it was worth it!

Another interesting street arts found along the way in Georgetowm, Penang. If you are into the art, you can find the creativity almost everywhere here.

There was a nice desk for you to relax and enjoy a drink by the beach too. A lot of ferry and industry ship passing by. It is facing straight to the mainland. The only access to go back to mainland is by ferry or the long bridge.

This trip is different, because we ended up visiting one of the famous historical building belong to KHOO CLAN and it is still maintain by the descendants (I believe). The building structure are in place as you can see the unique and detailing. Watch YouTube channel for FULL VIDEO!

Friday, 28 September 2018

Travel: Georgetown, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

George Town, the capital city of Penang state, is located on Penang Island in the North-West of Malaysia. It might be Malaysia’s second largest city after Kuala Lumpur, but it’s nowhere near as crazy and in your face as the country’s capital. Especially in its quaint old town centre.
5 Things You Should Explore in Georgetown, Penang
Penang Ferry began its operations in 1920, making it the oldest ferry service in Malaysia. These iconic ferries ply between the Seberang Perai mainland and Penang island, ferrying both passengers and vehicles to and from the island.
The ferries are designed for vehicles to roll-on/roll-off. Some board pedestrian passengers on the upper deck and small vehicles (cars) on the lower deck, whereas some board vehicles on both decks.

The benches for passengers on the upper decks have pivoting backs that can be flipped back and forth so passengers can sit facing in the direction of travel regardless of which way the ferry is going.
The 15 minute ferry ride allows visitors to enjoy the spectacular view of Penang island and serves as a reliable mode of transportation to and from the island.
A fleet of eight ferries, named after the many beautiful islands in Malaysia, the ferries are named Pulau Pinang, Pulau Payar, Pulau Angsa, Pulau Kapas, Pulau Rimau, Pulau Undan, Pulau Rawa and Pulau Talang-Talang ply the waters. Penang Port is unique, in that it is the only port in Malaysia that runs a ferry service, linking Georgetown on Penang Island (Pengkalan Raja Tun Uda) and Butterworth on the mainland (Pengkalan Sultan Abdul Halim)
Important Note:
First ferry from Butterworth to George Town at 05.20 am.
Last ferry to Penang at 00.10 am.
First ferry from Penang Island to Butterworth at 05.40 am.
Last ferry to Butterworth at 00.40 am.
The Penang ferry runs roughly every 20 to 30 minutes, it takes about 15 to 20 minutes to cover the 3km distance.
After 10pm, there are less frequent boats, with just one departure every 60 minutes.

Kapitan’s has made a name for itself and namely, its Tandoori Chicken. Be it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper or those unnamed in-between meals, Kapitan’s, while initially boosted to fame with its tandoori chicken, has since gone on to attracting as many customers for its nasi briyani, naans and a rather eccentric mix of a drink, badam milk (pure cow milk boiled with ground almond, cashew nuts and raisins with sugar).

Another specials that you MUST find for breakfast in Georgetown is the toast. “Roti Bakar Telur Goyang” or in English will be Toast and Poaches Eggs. Nothing can go wrong with this toast as it’s traditional toasted on the charcoal. It is located at Roti Bakar Hutton Lane, GPS will help you to find the place. It’s walking distance from  the street art though.

Some shot of the street art in Georgetown that’s one of the attraction to take picture with.

If you would like to visit Georgetown, I would recommend you to stay within the radius of Armenian Street, Ah Quee Street or Beach Street. It is convenient for you to walk around. So have fun!

Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Travel: Batu Caves, Malaysia

Batu Caves in short also referred as 10th Caves or Hill for Lord Muruga as there are six important holy shrines in India and four more in Malaysia. Located about 13km North of the city centre.

They consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The caves are made of limestone and 400 meters long and 100 meter high. They were discovered in 1892.

The climb was made easy by a pile of angular rocks that over the years of wear and tear had chipped off the face cliff (40foot (12m)).

The Murugan statue was quite a project to build:
  • Cost: approximately 392 830 US$
  • Made of: 1550 cubic meters of concrete and 250 tonnes of steel bars
  • Gold paint: 300 liters
Walk up the stairs and inside the cave, most probably you need less than an hour to explore everything there. And, not to forget to drink coconut on the way down.

The cave is one of the most popular Tamil shrines outside India, and is dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia. The Thaipusam festival. Every year, on Thaipusam, as many as 800,000 devotees and other visitors may throng the caves. As a form of penance or sacrifice, many of them carry kavadis (literally, “burden,” such as a pitcher or jug). These are large, brightly decorated frameworks, usually combined with various metal hooks and skewers which are used to pierce the skin, cheeks and tongue.

Batu Caves is easily reached by Komuter train from Port Klang Route, costing RM 2 for a one-way journey from KL Sentral.

Sunday, 29 July 2018

Travel: Night Cruise Pearl River in Guangzhou

One can not be considered to have visited Guangzhou, Pearl River. Night cruise is even more fascinating under the sparkling lights. It starts from the White Goose Pool and ends at the Guangzhou Bridge in the east and Baihedong (White Crane Cave) in the south. This section gave us vistas such as ‘Night Moon over the Goose Pool’ and ‘Red Heart of the Pearl River’. Everyone of us been captivated by the beauty of the Pearl River during this an hour cruise.

The Pearl River is the largest river in southern China and the third largest in China, measuring 2.129 meters in length and covering an area of 453,690 square kilometers. The river flows through the Sea Pearl Rock hence the name. It got a reputation of “Night Moon over the Goose Pool” and was selected as one of the Eight Sights of Guangzhou.
You’ll be captivated by the romantic atmosphere as you admire the sparkling lights of the city skyline. This is a great way to spend an evening in Guangzhou.
On a side notes… (Credit to KLOOK)


  • You will receive confirmation of your booking’s availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
  • In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your Spam folder or notify us via email

Cruise Route:

  • Dashatou Wharf —> Haiyin Bridge —> North Gate Square of Sun Yat-Sen University —> Xinghai Concert Hall —> Canton Tower —> Liede Bridge —> Zhujiang International Beer Museum —> Haixinsha —> Dashatou Wharf


  • Time of departure: 6:30pm, 7:00pm, 7:20pm, 7:40pm, 8:00pm, 9:00pm, 9:20pm
  • Duration: For 6:30pm and 9:00pm cruise: 110 minutes; Others: 70 minutes
  • Schedule is for reference only and is subject to change
How To Use
  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified
  • Every ticket requires a valid ID, please bring your valid ID when redeeming

Redemption Details:

  • Redemption location: No.3 counter, Ticket Office of Dashatou Wharf, No.466, Yanjiangdong Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
  • Redemption time: 10-15 minutes before departure


  • Ticket Office of Dashatou Wharf, No.466, Yanjiangdong Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
How To Get There:
  • By Subway: Line No.6 to Donghu Station, Exit A
  • By Bus: No. 546/89/B21/36/61/125/184/192 to Dashatou Wharf Station

Friday, 9 March 2018

Travel: Da Nang, Vietnam

Danang is one of Vietnam’s most exciting and vibrant cities. Boasting an international airport, long stretches of pristine beach and a number of cultural sites within driving distance, it’s little wonder why the city garners so much interest.
Nowadays, as well as being known as a city with a high quality of life, Danang has a great opportunity to leverage its budding entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Some highlights on the places to go in Da Nang, Vietnam;
Discover the beauty of the lush Vietnamese countryside and hop on an unforgettable cable car ride up to the scenic and fun-filled Ba Na Hills mountain resort.
Son Tra (Monkey) Mountain is a breath-taking national park in Da Nang that stands 693 metres above sea level.
You will be amazed to see the Feench Colonial in Ba Na Hills. It has one of the longest cable car in South East Asia – 5 KM.
Watch the video footage to see what’s happening there!
Day 1
Arrived at Da Nang Airport
Checked in Sunshine Hotel
Touring Hoi An Ancient City
Day 2
Touring Hoi An Acient City by bike
Checked out hotel and leave to Da Nang
Checked in at Gaston Hotel and rent bike
Monkey Mountain
Touring Da Nang through 4 bridges
– Han River Bridge – the country’s first swing bridge
– Thuan Phuoc bridge – the country’s longest cabled-stay bridge
– Dragon Bridge in Da Nang is the longest bridge
– Tien Son Bridge
Went to Sun World Da Nang Wonders
Helio Night Market
Day 3
To Ba Na Hill by Bike
Son Tra Mountain
Shopping galore at
– Han Market
– Con Market