We have a quota system. This means that even if income rises, the number of people who are allowed to have cars is the same. What happens when income rises is the COE price goes up disproportionately compared with the rise in income. You might think that if your income goes up, you can afford more taxi rides, forget it! Taxi fares rise just as fast when demand goes up because the number of taxis is also limited by the COE.
In , the GDP went up 7. The paradox in Singapore is as people make higher incomes, the size of homes they can afford shrinks. For a large number of people whose income remain stagnant, these price increases represent a fall in real wages and we see more poverty in Singapore today than we did 20 years ago.
Singapore did what no other country has done to go after GDP growth — importing foreign labor in large numbers. Most other countries do it by moving up the technology ladder, innovation, nurturing home grown industries. In , our population grew by 5. Does it make sense to add so many people onto a land scarce island like Singapore? Most Singaporeans can agree that a certain level of immigration helps to keep our society vibrant but to import people to maximise GDP ignoring the impact on ordinary Singaporeans can be detrimental in the long run.
Vijay Kumar has asked the right questions, the same questions Singaporeans asked but received no proper answer for the past 15 years. Now we are told to just accept what has been done and told to live with the consequences. The foreigners manning food stalls dish out poor service and poor versions of local food. Just yesterday at a food court stall, utensils had ran out and a customer was scolded by the FT for demanding his fork and spoon. Singaporeans have to stretch their wallets by buying no frill groceries and cheaper parallel imports from 3rd world countries.
These products were meant for the poor in 3rd world countries and are of inferior quality due to their low cost ingredients. But we are actually paying first world Singapore prices for these inferior products. Public housing is becoming too expensive. Now the land near MRT stations are reserved for condominium developments. The air pollutants alone will give you lung cancer. With the influx of immigrants, the infrastructure is unable to cope. Crime rate is also going up.
My point is, why are we paying first world prices to live in an increasingly 3rd world like country? So, it is not surprising that our ministers and elite chase GDP growth like men chasing pretty women. They are only for the top dogs in the civil service and ministers. Likewise, most civil servants today do not enjoy pension benefits. Ministers and top civil servants I think still do.
After all, during the boom time, they claimed that it is due to their leadership and should be paid their due. By Anonymous, at PM To Anon pm Yup, pay them obsecene wages for a 5 figures holidays and what have been they achieved? Reminded me te movie by Michael Moore — Singaporeans are just like lost souls with a shining exterior.
Outstanding in terms of economic performance but lacking in courage to change the things that need changing. They are really very very powerful. When there iis progress, life must be better and if this is not so, then there is NO progress, despite what the GDP figures show. By Anonymous, at PM so the cake is a lie? Something that the Singapore government or media will try to hide from the rest of the world. I, like many young youths, went looking for a better future in this Lion City of opportunity, After four years of working experience in Kuala Lumpur.
Then, with huge hopes, I started looking for a master bedroom to rent being single. It made me ask if this is the type of development that I ever wanted in my country Malaysia. This is the first time that I felt gifted to be born in Malaysia. Anyway, I lived with a family of three husband, wife with one daughter who rented out their master bedroom to me while they slept in the common room. It was a three-room flat but unlike in Malaysia, a three-room flat has only two bedrooms.
I did not believe it was the master bedroom that I was staying in until I went into the other room and saw that there is no attached bathroom there. I was given a bed and a mattress and also two fans. Then I noticed that the couple with their daughter sleeping on the floor with a thin mattress in the other room. Not even a fan in that room. Both husband and wife are born Singaporeans and were employed. It was after one month that I realised that the daughter was not going to school regularly and most of the time there would be a quarrel in the early morning between the father and daughter as there was not enough money to pay for the bus to go to school.
There were times when the daughter was very sick and father had no money to take her to see a doctor. It was a real pain in the heart to hear a small girl suffering through the thin walls of this HDB flat. It was unbelievable for me to see this happening in this ultra-modern city. It took me another two months to realise that what was happening in this flat was not an isolated case of urban poverty in Singapore.
It was every where in those HDB flats. There was a Chinese neighbour an elderly man and his son had no money to get a taxi to send his father to the clinic for daily diabetic wound-dressing. I soon understood that poverty in Singapore transcends racial boundaries. The whole family of my landlord got a shock that I own a car in Malaysia.
My landlord would keep pestering me every time I come back to Malaysia to bring my car over so that his whole family could go sightseeing in Singapore. In all my life, I never believed people in a developed country like Singapore would ever consider car ownership a privelege. Three months later, one fine day, I came back home and realised that there was no electricity in the house. This time, my landlord did not have the money to pay for the utility bills.
I was back in the Stone Age, using candles. This lasted for days until finally he borrowed money from somewhere and settled the bills. My landlord as a person I have known during that period never come back drunk or looked like a gambler. This was the time in my life when I learned what is was like to live in that poor quality HDB flat, drying clothes in the rooms and listening to what the couple talked about in the next room via the thin walls. Have you seen a HDB flat and how it looks like?
Bring your whole family for a dinner using public transport and then rush to catch the last bus. Does this growth figures mean anything in the first place? Do we want to open our country to expats so that they can progress at the expense of our own Malaysians? The Malays will remain the poorest minority there. Thank you. At least here we are taking steps to narrow the gap between the richest and the poor.
You know who is who. Just try not to have both heads talking at the same time. I think the bumi policies has prepared you well to win in life! Because the fact is that the Malaysia government has, for a long time now, trodden over the rights of its non-Malay citizens by giving the Malays special privileges. I may not have a perfect grasp of the politics within the region, but i do understand and appreciate the importance of meritocracy, equality for all.
Malaysia has yet to achieve the standard of living we possess. I am proud to be a part of this tiny middle kingdom, a country that has consistently been able to punch way above its weight. And im not a foreign student occupying the vacant singaporean classroom seat. Emphasis appears to be shifting towards accumulating land-based assets.
THE average Singaporean, it was once said half in jest, can easily become the world. Singapore has no ability to economically control malaysia, neither soes it have the intention to. Assuming you know what an economy is. Are you singaporean? Dear TUN You have to make sure your govt,even though you are not in cabinet. NOT to go low on Singpore. LKY are diferent. You are open even to media. LKY is fobia of the media,he always wants to potray his good image but facts reveals itself.
I don,t blame you for not be friendly to LKY He will gradually take your home,even your wife So stand firm on Singapore. Tun,you are a great muslims leader. U r unique. LKY negatives on you because he cannot makan u like the rest of the malaysia leader before. U stands right for yr people. What crab is that because he himself do not practise. His deep intention,words spoken, most important his doings does not reflects his words and intention.
Now they are no more. The indians,banglas are just given permit till time to go back. What meritrocracy u talk about. Singporean live to work not work to live. Exactly, what rights should a specific race have then?
Should Chinese or Indian have more rights over Malays? Over my dead body. Why keep fighting over the differences? It is just too detrimental to everyone. If you have a critical mind in the context of Human Rights and fairness; regardless of race, language or religion, then perhaps the national language for Malaysia should not be Bahasa Melayu? A language more on a neutral ground. You speak of the minority being undermined in other country.
What about yours? Is this the preferred choice of narrowing the gap between the rich and poor? One should earn his or her own credit and success through hardwork and not hand outs. Your thoughts are bias and uncritical; skewed toward your own race with vested interest. Sure sound like Hitler or Communism. Hey, stick to your Nationalism.
Least, you still gain a certain diminutive respect. I just hope one day you would grow up to be proud of Singaporean, instead of cursing the day you were born. Look at the NEP. Do we have that kind of outright racial discrimination? Do come over and take a look around singapore. To Empress: it is unfortunate that the malays are not enlisted in the army. However, the army has realized its mistake and recently appointed a malay as a general in the army.
Especially against non-malays. No one wins in this game of I do you in and you do me in. There is no question that Singapore had benefited from the goodwill of Malaya and Malaysia. In the early days Singapore relied on entrepot trade with Malaya as its hinterland.
Singapore joined Malaysia and was divorced. Why should? The price they paid is brain drain. Singapore will not gain fighting Malaysia and vice versa. Malaysia should not look at the lost of Batu Puteh as a big set back or for any other reasons. Just give a congratulatory pat on Singapore as say look next time we should do better than them. It is like a soccer match. Penalty kicks etc. Winning a rock will not advance Singapore an inch. But being so deprived of territory losing it will be a major set back.
Maybe someday down the road a remarriage may be attempted again on mutually accepted terms. I think Singaore agree that the causeway should be demolished and a straight bridge built in its place. Our NewWater project is also partly to clean up our affluent water before it is released into the sea. Of course it is our fall back if Johore refuse to sell us raw water. We can only request but not demand. The third bridge, yes it should be built. It will pay for itself as the land prices in E Johore will rise and more economic activities will follow.
Singaporeans who lived in a highly urbanised state will enjoy the freedom of open space presented by Johore. They will go there and invest, play golf and bring business to Johoreans. Why keep the sand? It will flow into the sea or choke up the river mouths.
Selling it will bring revenue to Malaysia and establish good bi-lateral relations, co-operation and goodwill. Singapore can still buy sand from other countries but at a higher price. The more she pays for sand will translate into more bitter memories. A loose loose for both sides. Iskandar developement is good for Johore and Singapore. Instead of saying malays we will say more jobs will be created for Malaysians and hopefully Singaporeans too. Railway land. With better roads and budget airlines, train usage will reduce unless you double track and reach the reliability of the Japanese Shenkasen.
Moreover with your own Pelepas Port, less and less goods will be exported through Tanjong Pagar. Most important is the ridership. Singapore will benefit too from seeing scarce land put to better use. Anyway the POA is signed and it is binding. So a peaceful resolution where the rule of law takes precedent is preferred. Tun and LKY are highly respected statesmen.
Surely you both can go say Agentina for a break and agree to help the present Teams in charge to bring about a winning formula. We know better. Malay rights have been systematically stripped through the years. You think we are ungrateful? Somebody enjoys housing discounts ,quota here and there from the income tax but still has the face to label us as being ungrateful?
You used America as an example? Just to correct your mistake. Caucasian are not native. Red Indians are. Furthermore,in US ,there are certain rules protecing the minority but in this country,there are rules protecing the majority. Here the government is honest with you, telling you the cake shall be shared according to the percentage of the population?
Your professor taught you such kind of thing? Let me give you an example. Person A works 10 hours a day. Persons B,C and D work 2 hours a day respectively. Thank you for sharing your email with all of us. Those scholarship holders were definitely warm and friendly. You expected them to be sad and angry after being given scholarship?
This country is still embroiled in racial conflict,rising crime rates and so on. But you can only see the happiness of a few scholarship holders. One drop of water does not make the ocean. Hi Guys, This is taken from a blogsite….. Here goes: Lee portrays that he would like to see an integration of citizens, regardless of race, colour or religion. My toes are laughing. If at all, I feel that Lee has been one of the greatest racists in the history of Singapore since independence.
In both cases, the Indians are left on the side and aside. Pity that a people from what is verifiably the most perspectivally, critically, and logically vibrant culture in s. Instead of learning from them, most in s. Pathetic actually. And the same applies to many of my professional Indian friends who have left. Funny how many here stupidly complain about the consequences of their biases.
I suppose they have been underdeveloped to not be able to connect the dots. Assalamualikum Ayahnda Tun n Bonda, please allow me, to pikachu, as a leader, if i tell my people the Malays, to be united, more hardworking and try to beat the achievement of other races, am i a racist???
I wanted to ask you, I born in Malaysia, I pay the same tax but my citizen privileges are different from Malay. I am not a foreigner, I am a Malaysian! You might be getting some of the facts wrong in Singapore; my homeland by the way. Malays in Singapore do get a little more privileges than the rest especially in areas like education where they only have to pay a fraction of the school fees as compared to the usual. Educational fees are heavily subsidised for Malays here.
In a way to forge racial harmony. Also, do note we sang our National Anthem in Bahasa Melayu, and during my National Service, the military marching command in Bahasa too. Hope this info helps. You have already admitted racism there is highly subtle. Gajah di pelupuk mata tidak terlihat, kuman di sebelah lautan terlihat,who is really a hypocrite?
Here the government is honest with you, telling you the cake shall be shared according to the percentage of the population. It might not be perfect but they are doing their best. Every race is well represented.
You just have to be with the Malaysians in Oxford for you to feel that the NEP, even though it has teething problem implementation-wise, the policy objectives over time are seeing results. Let us separate the policy from the implementation. Do not hurry…you will get there somehow.
Dengan Izin Tun.. Terima kasih.. Bravo Empress.. I salutes your courage under fire or not.. Keep us posted…Thank you…. As a Chinese Singaporean, born of Malaysian parents who took up citizenship here in Singapore, I can understand why they feel this way. The grouses are familiar: NEP, corruption and ineptitude in governance. Let me provide an insight on how it is like to be a Singaporean. I must first stress that new immigrants or Permanent Residents PRs from Malaysia like my parents will not experience any disadvantages.
However, Singapore has problems at present because its development model is outdated. As LKY still insists on the methods recommended tens of years ago, trouble is looming. There is no impetus to change because there is no one who dares to disagree. The opposition has been persecuted to the point where only those with nothing to lose will dare to oppose, and the common people are scared to death of arbitrary arrest.
Yes, corruption is more widespread in Malaysia. But in Singapore, it also exists — though restricted to the top political elite and in a legalised form. In Malaysia, many get a share of the cake but in Singapore, only a select few get a share of the cake. Many scoff at the position of the Malay rulers.
But are they aware of the many dubious acts of LKY and his cronies — his. To the few writers Malays? It is important to note that racism exists everywhere, Malaysia included. Such is life, and no matter how much humans try, racism cannot be totally eliminated not least in our lifetime.
It is incorrect to attribute racist encounters in Singapore to the lack of meritocracy as a basic principle adopted by Singapore society. Singapore society practices meritocracy in most areas. Be it the civil service, education, politics, and the private sector. Why, if its not because the india ministers has earned their positions based on meritocracy? The Malaysian politicians has suggested that the malays in malaysia would have fallen further behind if not for the bumi policies.
What would happen if a true meritocracy system is implemented in Malaysia? Could there be a chance that the Singapore experience is what you may perhaps see in Malaysia under such hypothetical situation? With regards to the military, Singapore has openly communicated that there are certain sensitivity in the selection of certain malays for military positions, as many malays in Singapore has close family ties with malays in the region. When it comes to defense, if a soldier is being put into position to chose between its family and country, it would be a tough position to be in.
The issue is therefore not about meritocracy per se. Ezani on June 18 You just keep saying I am stupid but never prove that I am stupid. Just to transfer technology a bit Iskandar needs foreign capital, support and know-how. If you try to keep everything to yourself the project will be still born. Is that very hard to understand?? How I wish all malaysians including Tun are as clever as you, then no need to worry. Dear Tun, salam sejahtera harap sihat bahagia.
Somehow, Malaysian government always lacks the credibility. Please experience yourself. Please hike a Taxi yourself. Take a bus. Your goverment pocketed their money for 22 years and continue doing it. Wake up! Malaysia boleh. Selamat pagi Ayahanda Tun, Izinkan…..
I love your comment on Mr Ravi and I laughed like pakbelalang — kah.. Good day Ayahanda Tun. Salam Buat Yg Bhg. Tun, May I suggest this about the water conrtact with Singapore. They recently built new reservoir or plant or something with new technology for NEWATER, with the ministers happily cut the ribbon to officiate the event. I think at 3 sen, that is what its worth these days. Kind regards. Yawning Bread. Together with Chiam See Tong, Jeyaretnam was the face of dogged opposition to the PAP for a decade until new leaders emerged in the s.
Picture from The Economist It must be obvious that his notes and letters, representing as they do his thoughts, obstacles and battle plans, are a rich mine for future historians. So where should they go to now? Partly funded by the Dutch government, the institute is interested in archiving material relevant to their mission.
The institute catalogs all the material it receives, removes all rubber and metal elements, e. The catalogs will be put online, and they have even started a project to digitise material starting with some really significant ones like the manuscripts of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Access to the papers for research will be liberal, but subject to agreement with the family, who will remain owners of the material.
This means that certain papers may be held as confidential for a long while. The institute also loans out material for exhibitions around the world. Henk Sneevliet had a Chinese name: Ma-ling. The institute also has many other items relating to communists in Indonesia, particularly before and after the events.
Other growing collections relate to the Burmese opposition movement and social movements in Nepal and the Philippines. One particularly moving item they have is the blood-stained shirt of Lean Alejandro, a student activist who campaigned for democracy. Alejandro was shot and killed in , aged 27, and the gunmen are still unidentified. For a story on this brave young man, see UP activist Lean Alejandro remembered 20 years after killing.
Meanwhile, this is an appeal to anyone who has material related to JBJ to contact his elder son Kenneth Jeyaretnam. It could be letters, photographs or news clippings… anything like that. They will help flesh out the memory of the man and enable future generations to better understand his role and significance. National Archives But what about our National Archives?
I would have thought so too, but one cannot but wonder whether they are even interested. Speaking just for myself, not for the Jeyaretnam family, questions that arise are: Will there be open access? Will some materials mysteriously disappear?
Will confidential material remain confidential, especially if the information therein proves politically useful to the ruling party? We all know that lines have been blurred between state, government and ruling party. Yes i do know what the May 13th incident is about. If you have investigated your facts, you must know that the race riots in Singapore were the result of a spillover effect of the race riots in Malaysia. The race riots in Singapore began as a result of rumors of Malay atrocities against the Chinese population in Malaysia.
It had nothing to do with racial inequality. I repeat. Singapore respects the rights of the Malays and recognizes them as the original inhabitants of Singapore. There is a reason why we made malay the national language and sing our national anthem in the malay language.
Do not take this the wrong way, i am fully supportive of the tudung being allowed in schools. The intake of madrasashs are restricted for a reason. The education standard of madrasahs are comparatively lower than that of other governmental institutions. This is a source of great alarm for a government that views education as extremely important, thus the limitation of students entering the madrasahs.
There are many Malays in high positions of authority. For example, the speaker of parliament Abdullah Tarmugi, prof Yaacob Ibrahim. Im sure few Malays in Malaysia remember that the first president of Singapore Yusof Ishak was a malay. JJJ, you state that Malays in Singapore are being marginalized and discriminated against. Maybe Dr. Mahathir can help? First of all, I am mix between Chinese and Malay but obviously much more Chinese that denies me Bumi rights.
Secondly, I had vast experiences working with various multi-nationals locally and internationally. I am not trying to favour S Tan but he has some of his points very right. I employed four Malays local graduates and none lasted more than 6 months. This was owing to various factors; Sleeping at home during working hours, late for work, poor technical knowledge and etc. My predicament is that all of those creams are unavailable due to fact that they are all attached to the GLC after being granted scholarships by Malaysian government.
Amir, do you think Public sectors Multi National companies are employing staffs base on race base policy? The answer is NO. Bottom line is profit for the share holders. I am writing this to encourage local Bumi graduates to be awaken, stand up and avoid finding reason for under achieving….
We have proven that racism exist there. Please provide proof or shut up! Upholdjustice,up yours! Tun, with all due respects to you, this is my very first post in a forum and I would have started by being just a plain observer. I find the comments by aniesa and DR Sanjeev Kumar very interesting as they had directly or indirectly affected me, as a Malay Singaporean.
I also intend to have a successful career in the navy. Me: Sir, I would be very interested to join the navy as a full-time serviceman as I have had 2 and a half years of training onboard cargo ships and I liked working at sea. SAF Officer: You will have problems with food. SAF Officer: Oh… blushing …. You are dismissed now. What then? A sizeable number of qualified mariners master mariners, deck officers and marine engineers from the merchant navy in singapore are Malays who could have become competent naval officers in the Singapore navy but are there any?
In any case I would assume that you are a professional working in Singapore so it would do you well to expand your circle of Malay friends in Singapore so that you may properly conclude, if indeed the typical Malay Singaporean is a happy one. I AM getting emotional…. More freedom??? Freedom to do what??? Give us some credit, sir. I am not anti-Non Malay, in fact a big chunk of my closest friends in singapore are non-Malays, specifically Chinese.
I have voiced out my grievances to these Chinese friends and even told them I would move to Malaysia. They had wanted to know why I was willing to become a second-class citizen in another country. My reply to them was it would be better to be a 2nd-class citizen elsewhere rather than being a 3rd-class citizen in my own country.
And you know what??? They totally agreed with me. Dear hisham76, It seems that you are very concerned about racism in Singapore. Have been reading most of the comments. Like a war zone in here. But when they sit and drink and eat on one table they are best of friends. Well typical right Malaysians and Singaporeans. Every country , person, politician has its or their own strength and weakness. Some of us love Tun some hate him.
God created us this way. Imagine what will happen if all of us think alike and have no difference in opinions, we will be living in a very funny world. The best we can do is respect each other. Dear Tun, salam mesra harap sihat bahagia. Minta izin memberi penjelasan pada seorang pengulas……. Dear Tun, salam mesra harap sihat sejahtera.
Kiriman ini singkat untuk cuba mana satu lepas sekatan…. However what is past is past. While you can talk about the ancestry, it is wrong to use it for racial demonization, hate mongering and peddling fear. Which is what this blog visitors do. JJJ: Katak bawah tempurung. Neither Singapore nor LKY need any defending. Only the corrupt, the negligent and the incompetent need defending.
Instead we are still third world while these countries are all first world. Where did all the vast natural resources go to? Tun M knows better than most. What happens when we are a net importer of oil in ? Tun M knows that too. Where will you be, JJJ? Still sucking your lollipop and hoping the country can bail you out?
Almost 80 percent of the jobs out there requires Mandarin speakers. Salam Tun………….. Mintak lalu sekejap…. Not even understand the problem… just like to turn the issue… over and over….. For private company salaries, you seriously believe there is organized discrimination? A profit oriented company which must pay tax would forsake a valuable employee based on his race by paying him less?
It is unthinkable for a private company to keep an employee for his race and sustain losses, and give up another due to his race who brings him profit. A govt agency or GLC will do it, cos the loss is not theirs, it is the tax payers!! A private company will go bankrupt. Look at overall employment scenario. For Malay, first choice is govt service better prospects given the domination second is private sector.
So the less qualified go to private sector generally Look at non Malays, first choice private sector better prospects, govt dominated by bumi second choice govt. So the best get in private sector. So in private sector the frontliner of other races competes with the second liners of bumi.
Naturally the bumi will get the poorer salaries and lesser jobs due to this factor. Only the govt can redress this imbalance, dont blame the other races. In Which sector did you attach? Are you a real business man? Start your own business? Are you an entrepreneur? Are you just working for someone else and get your perks every month end?
If that is the case. Shame on you. One more time,please emigrate! LKY is a little emperor and his family has a finger in every pie! Talk about cronisym! Godfather,I am now calling you blind! You guys still proud huh? Bagaimana pula dengan perjanjian dalam penubuhan negara Malaysia pula…telah berlaku perjanjian beberapa pihak ketika ini dan termaktub dalam perlembaggan..
It is nice to hear your comment and it is indeed gratifying that you identify yourself as a Javanese and not a Malay. It seems strange that despite almost 50 years, there has not been a top general who is a Malay. It seems strange that top officers in the Police force do not see large Malay presence, despite the force being a natural place of gravitation for Malays. In the private sector, Malays tend to occupy the lower ranks desptach riders, clerks and the successful ones are those who join top multinationals, not homegrown banks or companies.
But I stood my ground. Racism exists. They differ only in degrees. In Malaysia, the affirmative action makes it known to the rest of the world that racism exists. Malaysia acknowledge it and make no bones in telling the world that there are problems, and they are learning to fix it and in a manner that suits them best, albeit it in the most painful way But affirmative action is by no means static.
But it is not perfect. In Singapore, racism exists. It is not institutionalised. There is no policy pronouncements. It is not blurted through the media; not being manipulated by opportunists. It is selective and highly subtle. Look at TV commercials and form your own conclusions. Racism is there. This not a hate letter. It is just about seeking to see things in a better perspective given human imperfections.
We are all not perfect. For them, to be good among equals is not enough. You have to be better. Discrimination will continue to exist at the individual level or at societal level, but let us not bring issues of eugenics my genes is better than yours as a death sentence.
When one talks about race and racism there needs to be emphathy, not hate. We should all try to change our views on others based on trust and embarking on that leap of faith in embracing others. Perhaps, you should too. Tun: Spend the remainder of your years in solitude and peace.
You have screwed Malaysians for close to 20 plus years, and yet you are still trying to whip up anti-Singapore sentiment. The little red dot has done nothing to you, except maybe to demonstrate to the whole world what Malaysia under your rule could have become with full meritocracy and transparency.
So Singapore stands as a testament to your mis-rule and for that you wish to punish the island state? Allah keeps you alive not to cast stones at others that have very little connection with your own country.
Working in Singapore, the facts produced by Singapore on the water negotiations are not new. In fact, the Singapore government has published a booklet just to highlight these facts and misrepresentations across the causeway! However, our dear friend — and to a large extent his supporters — convenient choose to highlight only the 3sens per 1, gallons price. Such disingenious behaviour makes those involved, as what another writer above succiently puts it, looks like morons to the international community.
Dr M seems to think that he is writing only to a particular crowd i believe to be Malaysian malays , and it seems like quite a few actually buys his arguements — lock stock and barrel- without even doing some simple research on the subject. For one to be credible, I would humbly suggest to those involved to critically think through the issues involved, and not be carried away by the jokes as to how many grains of nasi lemak you can buy with 3 sens.
Any individual, company, society, or country in their planning for future, will no doubt plan with itself being the center! How else would you plan for the future of your business, for example? It takes a twisted mind, and clever use of words, to arrive at such a conclusion. Dr M may be the king of malaysian politics judging from his various successes. But that counts for nothing much to the minds of many outside malaysia if he does not debate in a manner that is consistent with what one may associate as intelligent and credible.
By selling treated water to Malaysia at 50 sen while the real cost of treating the water was RM2. Moreover, while Johor is legally entitled to buy 17 million gallons a day mgd of treated water from Singapore daily, it has chosen to buy 37 mgd.
What are your views please? The Little Middle Kingdom??? Since its birth, Singapore had really truly flourished under LKY. Thus LKY is the master architect of Singapore. Like a good company, it grew and attracted many good workers with good salaries being paid out. But then again, like a company, its success depends a lot on the skills of the Management.
Singapore does not have many good leaders, which is why LKY is reluctant to let go. His family member had to be recruited as PM as a front for him to continue being in control. Oh yes… in Singapore it is called meritocracy…!!! Right not Karpal? Kit Siang? Guan Eng? And then, we will see the real colours of Uniquely Singapore…. And they will have even more good news about them being printed in the world-wide-Jewish-controlled media even though their actual economic stories may differ..
Just wait and see everyone. It will take true visions to see the true colours of Singapore then. Take care good Malaysians, Salam Tun and all. Hidup JJJ!!! Hi thebigdiapper, Hey if you call me narrow-minded, I bet if our argument present to any foreigner, you think who will be labeled as narrow-minded, very likely is you. I am a Malaysian and talking all this not because I stand aside of Singapore, after all, their prosperous doesn.
Dear Tun, Malaysia and Singapore are neighbour, we should not critize each other. We gain nothing by critizing Mr LKY, but we gain respect and friendship by showing good hospitality and forgiveness. Samuraimelayu will never stop reminding ourselves that vision is not for us but for our generations anak cucu to come. Hi Ir Syahizan, When you pulled out the entire historical story about colonial western power strip-off the Malays right, I wonder where the historical record you read from?
Oversea migrants came to this country to find a living by working hard, thus this bring development to the whole south east Asia region. Do you think life is easy back on those days for everyone where only western folk is ripping off resources on not only South East Asia but whole world as well? Now you mentioned that British is giving favoritism to oversea migrant about job and educational opportunity… and the Malays were left out…hmm what kind of rubbish is that?
At that time, what kind of education opportunity does the westerner give to the local regardless of Indian Chinese or Malay except you are some powerful royal family or well connect business man all they care is make use of everyone sweat to work hard and bring back the local resources and mineral to fuel the home country industrial revolution, and every one is destitute.
It is true that the British divided the human resource to each different field i. Malay in kampung, Chinese in trading, Indian in plantation. But this does not means that the Chinese was given a golden gift, we were put into the trading field is because we are inherently good in this area, so obviously if you are the boss you want to best allocate your resource to maximize the profit.
We are in trading does not mean our ancestor will giving money or gold by the British, our ancestor has to work hard to make a living, and like your ancestor, we all being ripped-off. Now when you said we were given jobs and educational opportunity, that is utterly rubbish. You are indeed not very clever. Next, you mentioned Singapore is small and easy to managed, and that western colonial has provided proper infrastructure to Singapore. Well, it can be true or not true that the geographical location of Singapore make it a strategically advantageous to Singapore for trading.
But on deeper thought, this kind of location advantageous is definitely out of date after twentieth century or after WW2 where human brain becomes the ultimate factor to thrive; do you think Singapore can survive till today if they make use of ONLY location to gain business advantageous??
And you said the small size of the country not more than the size of Klang valley is easy to manage. Man, you are incredibly stupid to make excuses for yourself to cover your people weakness. Singapore was being forced to kick out from Malaysia, do you think they want to gain independence of this small island?
I think Tun is either very sad or laughing of your statement. Hey otak kosang, do you think any of our Malaysian leaders or Johor government is able to transform this tiny island to a country like today should Singapore still remain under Malaysia?? Speak from your heart instead of emotion! Further you said Singapore align itself with Israel?? It is true that Singapore use the idea of national services from Israel where everyone has to service the military but talking about align with Isreal.
For your information, my client in Singapore is Malay, and I have worked with a couple of them and many of them are hardworking and capable. It is so much different, and I did asked them before if the Singaporean Government mistreat them, and I was told. I sincerely hope that they understand why Malaysia Boleh needs to be re-branded to 1Malaysia, and the slogan Cemerlang, Gemilang and Terbilang needs to be changed to People first Performance now may some bloggers help me with this slogan in our national language BM , perhaps blogger abg samuraimelayu, owlz or kamal ahmad may assist me in making sure I will learn this slogan in BM.
Money and power are not everything in the world. If our multi-racial society could be united, Malaysia will not be having so many opposition parties then. Tun Dr M is not a dictator, and he believes brain and heart is the best solution in dealing with our multi-racial conflicts and he is still working hard to make sure these conflicts are solved, if possible, if not minimize, without harming our unity due to power and monetary rewards.
Are we the. Salam Tun… Saya setuju dengan JB…. Attitude must be right. Skills is a must but not of the utmost importance. You need it…. Raw material? That is what happening for the last 30 to 40 years. Tok sah pening…. Dear Dr Mahathir, Good Evening. God loves everyone, whether you are Malay, Chinese, Indian, or whatever the color of our human skin.
Wanita hamil dibelah perutnya, direntap keluar anak di dalam untuk dijadikan bahan judi, lelaki atau perempuan. Sejak itu, saki baki orang Kedah yang lari menyelamatkan diri ke Perai, cuba bangkit untuk mendapatkan kembali negeri pusaka nenek moyang ini.
Namun setelah terkepung selama lima bulan, kehabisan makanan dan ramai yang syahid, mereka tertewas juga. Pada , muncul pula Tunku Muhammad Saad untuk menuntut bela. Kota Kuala Kedah ditawan semula setelah mereka melalui banyak siri pertempuran hebat di darat dan di laut. Mereka bukan sahaja terpaksa berhadapan dengan tentera Siam, malahan juga British yang telah belot, mengepung mereka di laut, menyekat bekalan makanan, senjata dan ubat ubatan.
Tidak cukup dengan itu, orang Melayu Kedah sendiri yang bacul, ramai memihak kepada Siam. Dalam serangan untuk mendapatkan kembali Kota Kuala Kedah, orang Siam yang berkawal di situ tidak lebih 70 orang. Hampir orang lagi adalah orang Melayu yang belot. Namun takdir Allah, mereka terhalang oleh ribut monsun.
Dan ketika itulah, British yang belot atas kepentingan perang dengan Burma yang bermula pada , menghantar bantuan kepada Siam. Siam yang baru mendapat kekuatan semula, telah menyerang balas angkatan Kedah hingga menyebabkan mereka terpaksa berundur. Jika orang Palestin mengenang peristiwa Naqbah, orang Kedah patut mengenang tarikh ini sebagai Hari Perjuangan, mengambil ibrah atas semangat kepahlawanan datuk nenek kita dahulu, yang begitu berani dan tabah menentang penjajahan.
Seorang pegawai tentera laut British, Kapten Sherard Osborn dalam bukunya The Blockade of Kedah menulis perbandingan pengalaman beliau berperang di India dan Kedah. Katanya: "Di sepanjang Pantai Coromandel, penduduk pribumi menjilat tangan yang menzalimi mereka seperti anjing.
Di Kedah, orang Melayu melawan habis-habisan pihak yang menindas mereka. British sepatutnya menjadi bangsa yang pertama menghormati dan mengiktiraf semangat perjuangan orang Melayu Kedah. Ramai tertanya tanya, mengapa sejak kemaren kami sebilangan anak anak Kedah menggunakan gambar profil Harimau Melompat. Marilah kita menghayati kisah perjuangan datuk nenek kita untuk diadaptasi dalam kehidupan kita hari ini.
Jangan biarkan jiwa kita mati tanpa pengetahuan dan semangat Marilah kita mengenang betapa sukarnya mereka mempertahankan tanah air ini, dan isilah nikmat kebebasan ini dengan semangat untuk kita wariskan tanah pusaka ini kepada anak cucu dalam keadaan selamat dan sejahtera. Min dah update sambungan. Pada tahun , saya masuk latihan pegawai kadet di Maktab Tentera Diraja.
Setelah 6 bulan, satu pemilihan dibuat untuk memilih antara kadet yg terbaik untuk dihantar sambung ke luar negara. Pada tahun , bulan 6, saya sedang buat latihan perang dalam keadaan amat sejuk kerana ribut bersalji dan suhu turun seh Gambar diambil pada tahun di Singapura oleh John Thompson. Gambar ini dipamerkan di National Library Singapore dalam pam Berkemungkinan mereka ini sama ada orang-orang Sultan Ali Iskandar Syah mangkat atau orang-orang Temenggung Abu Bakar jadi Temenggung sejak hingga , mangkat sebagai Sultan pada tahun Hal ini kerana hanya orang-orang mereka sahaja yang diberikan kelonggaran untuk membawa senjata secara terbuka.
Sejak tahun - , Residen Singapura Stamford Raffles tidak membenarkan lagi orang-orang Melayu membawa senjata secara terbuka. Hal tersebut telah menyebabkan Sultan Hussein Syah merungut kerana membawa senjata adalah adat pusaka orang Melayu. Akhirnya Stamford Raffles memberikan kelonggaran kepada orang-orang yang mengiringi Sultan Hussein Syah seramai 12 orang dan orang-orang Temenggung Abdul Rahman juga seramai 12 orang untuk membawa senjata.
Berdasarkan tahun gambar ini diambil menunjukkan pada zaman mereka. Patopang, Mandeleong dan Caniago. Setiap suku ini ada juga pecahannya tapi tidak sebanyak suku Melayu. Syarak Menyebut, Adat Membuat. Orang suku Kampar Kampau berasal dari lima 5 kota utama yang merupakan penempatan utama di tepi Sungai Kampar di Kabupaten daerah Kampar di Riau, Sumatera iaitu:. Kuok pekan sehari: Selasa ii.
Salo pekan sehari: Isnin iii. Bangkinang pekan sehari: Ahad dan Rabu iv. Air Tiris pekan sehari: Sabtu v. Rumbio pekan sehari: Khamis. Setelah itu mereka menggunakan jalan sungai dan darat. Seterusnya mereka membuat penempatan baru di kawasan sekitar sepanjang Sungai Pahang. Kini anak-anak keturunan Kampar sudah tersebar di merata ceruk-rantau Malaysia dan hidup membaur dengan keturunan suku-suku yang lain.
Sebahagian daripada masih mewarisi bahasa dan budaya Kampar manakala sebahagian lagi sudah terputus hubungan dengan asal usul mereka. Sultan Mahmud mengambil perlindungan di Kampar yg diperintah oleh abangnya Raja Abdullah, apabila kalah dgn Portugis thn lari ke Pulau Penyengat di Bintan dn seterusnya ke Kampar. Setelah itu Johor diperintah oleh raja2 keturunan Bugis.
Pekan Kampar di Perak memangnya dipelopori oleh orang2 Kampar dri Riau. Wujudnya sebuah komuniti dan perkampungan Melayu di beberapa buah negara lain yang mungkin korang sendiri tak pernah sangka. Dua kawasan be Kurang lebih 80 tahun sebelum kedatangan Dato Hj Mustapha menjejak kaki ke Tanjong Malim-Ulu Bernam, sekitar tahun - tanah hutan Tanjong Malim ini telah diteroka terlebih awal oleh enam orang pahlawan Bugis yang aku masih tak jumpa rekod asal usul mereka dalam mana mana catatan.
Tapi kalau mengikut perbandingan garis masa yang aku ambil daripada petikan sejarah Bugis di Tanah Melayu, peperangan Johor Riau-Belanda dan campur tangan Raja Ibrahim dari Selangor boleh kita jadikan sandaran bagaimana munculnya kedatangan 6 orang pahlawan Bugis ini ke daerah Tanjong Malim-Ulu bernam.
Peperangan Selangor Bugis - Belanda sekitar tahun sampai ni mendapat bantuan dari kesultanan Pahang yang menghantar sekitar pahlawan Pahang membantu pasukan Bugis melawan Belanda. Ada juga yang membuka penempatan sendiri. Kita perlu tahu sungai Selangor boleh mudik sampai ke Kuala Kubu. Tidak mustahil saki baki pahlawan Bugis ini mudik ke sini seterusnya membelah laluan darat sejauh 20 kilometer sehingga bertemu Sungai Bernam.
Dato Hj Mustapha ni orang Pahang. Dia berasal dari Raub dan merupakan ketua kaum Rao di Gali, Raub. Sekitar tahun telah terjadi perang saudara antara dua anak Bendahara iaitu Wan Ahmad dan Wan Mutahir yang berketurunan Rao. Rao atau Rawa ni pun salasilahnya dari tanah seberang di Sumatera Barat, dekat lah dengan suku Mandailing. Dato Hj Mustapha ni pengikut setia Tok Gajah. Dia jadi malu sebab perbalahan kuasa dari kaum Rawa. Lepas minta ampun pada Bendahara dia pun bawa semua pengikut dan suku sakat keluar dari Raub sampai ketemu tanah di Tanjong Malim.
Dicatatkan yang Dato Hj Mustapha bukan biasa biasa di mata pihak istana Pahang. Mengikut rujukan yang aku buat, aku tak jumpa transisi kuasa atau kemelut perebutan kuasa antara keturunan enam orang pahlawan Bugis dan Dato Hj Mustapha. Tapi satu titik temu yang aku boleh jadikan sandaran adalah pembalasan budi dan jasa antara pihak Bugis dan wakil kesultanan Pahang.
Sebagai membalas jasa, tidak mustahil keturunan enam pahlawan Bugis memberikan pula kuasa perintah Tanjong Malim-Ulu Bernam kepada keturunan wakil Pahang Dato Hj Mustapha. Sebab itu kita tak jumpa apa apa siri pergelutan dalam mana mana pembacaan berkait asal usul peralihan kuasa di Tanjong Malim-Ulu Bernam.
Penduduk di kedua dua kawasan yang hanya terpisah oleh sebatang sungai selebar 30 meter itu hidup aman damai sejahtera, bersaudara, berkampung, bergotong royong, bermuamalah dan berkongsi kemakmuran berterusan selama tahun. Walaupun dari segi pentadbiran Ulu Bernam di bawah Selangor dan Tanjong Malim di bawah Perak, namun itu tidak pernah sekali kali memisahkan hubungan kasih sayang dan persaudaraan di kedua dua kawasan sedari tahun yang lalu. Sehinggalah hari ni - untuk pertama kali dalam sejarah apabila kawat duri diregang atas jambatan Sungai Bernam, penduduk tidak dibenar merentas atas faktor beda negeri.
Ini sebuah kesedihan yang harus ditelan demi keselamatan nyawa akibat Covid 19 yang mengancam dunia. Hari ini jambatan Sungai Bernam telah menjadi Demilitarized Zone antara dua kawasan yang selama tahun hidup dalam satu jiwa, satu nyawa. Perang Klang atau Perang Saudara Klang, berlaku dari tahun hingga tahun Ianya bermula dengan perbalahan antara Raja Mahadi bin Pada tahun , Raja Abdullah telah memajak Klang kepada 2 orang saudagar yang bernama W.
Read dan Tan Kim Cheng. Kedua-dua saudagar itu kemudiannya mengutip cukai daripada penduduk Klang. Salah seorang penduduk itu adalah Raja Mahadi. Keadaan ini memberi Raja Mahadi satu kedudukan yang tinggi di kalangan orang Melayu di Kelang. Oleh itu, Raja Mahadi terasa terhina apabila orang luar datang mengutip cukai daripadanya. Dengan perasaan marah, Raja Mahadi enggan membayar cukai kepada dua saudagar dari Negeri-negeri Selat tersebut.
Keluarga sultan yang baharu bersimpati dengan Raja Mahadi. Hal ini kerana, Raja Abdullah bukanlah orang asal Selangor, keluarganya berasal dari Riau. Selain itu, sebahagian kumpulan kongsi gelap Cina lebih memihak kepada Raja Abdullah.
Pertempuran Bermula. Raja Abdullah telah cuba untuk menawan semula Kelang tetapi tidak berjaya. Sewaktu peperangan itu Muhamad Akib, ketua orang orang Batu Bara telah mati ditembak dan adiknya Nonggok juga dikenali sebagai Dato Dagang Muhamad Tahir telah menggantikan abangnya itu sebagai ketua orang orang Batu Bara. Muhamad Akib dan beberapa orang pengikut nya yang terkorban telah dikuburkan didalam kawasan Kota Raja Mahadi.
Kubur kubur tersebut masih lagi ada disitu sehingga sekarang. Oleh kerana Raja Mahadi gagal menunaikan janjinya untuk memberi kuasa kepada Muhamad Akib dan Muhamad Tahir sebagai pengganti abangnya yang telah mati sebahagian besar daerah negeri Selangor sebagai ganjaran atas sokongan kepada Raja Mahadi menewaskan Raja Abdullah di Klang, berlaku pertelingkahan diantara Muhamad Tahir dan Raja Mahadi. Tambahan pula salah seorang pengikut Muhamad Tahir telah dibunuh oleh seorang saudara Raja Mahadi yang mana Raja Mahadi enggan menyelesaikan atau membayar ganti rugi kepada Muhamad Tahir.
Oleh sebab itu, Muhamad Tahir merasa marah dan tidak puas hati dan seterusnya menarik sokongannya dari Raja Mahadi dan sebaliknya menyebelahi pihak Tengku Kudin sehingga akhir Perang Kelang dan Perang Saudara di Selangor. Campurtangan Tengku Kudin. Tidak lama selepas peperangan bermula pada tahun , Sultan Abdul Samad telah mengkahwinkan puteri baginda, Raja Arfah, dengan Tengku Kudin yang berasal dari Kedah. Tengku Kudin telah cuba untuk menjadi pendamai.
Walau bagaimanapun, usaha Tengku Kudin ditolak oleh Raja Mahadi. Tengku Kudin tersinggung lalu memilih untuk membantu Raja Ismail, anak Raja Abdullah yang memimpin kumpulan menentang Raja Mahadi setelah Raja Abdullah meninggal dunia. Pada bulan Ogos , Raja Ismail yang memimpin pasukan seramai orang telah menyerang Kelang dan menawan kota di hilir Sungai Kelang.
Serangan ini telah memulakan sekatan terhadap Kelang dengan bantuan Muhamad Tahir dan orang orang Batu Bara yang berlarutan sehingga 6 bulan. Tidak lama kemudian, pasukan Raja Ismail telah mendapat bantuan daripada orang Kedah yang telah dibawa oleh Tengku Kudin.
Bantuan ini telah memberi Raja Ismail kelebihan dan menyebabkan Raja Mahadi tewas berundur dari Kelang pada bulan Mac Pada tahun , dengan bantuan bendahara Pahang, segerombolan tentera Pahang turun ke Selangor dan sekaligus, mengalahkan pihak Raja Mahadi.
Kemenangan Tengku Kudin tidak disenangi oleh keluarga diraja Selangor. Keengganan tentera Pahang untuk pulang serta tindakan orang Pahang memungut cukai sebagai pampasan atau upah perkhidmatan daripada Kelang telah memburukkan nama Tengku Kudin di mata sultan Selangor. Melihat dan memahami keadaan ini, Andrew Clarke terpaksa menghentikan rancangan British untuk mempengaruhi sultan Selangor untuk sementara.
Hasil kajian dan karangan Tuan Fakir Tajong. Apabila pengkhianat dijatuhi hukuman bunuh, Keris Alang akan mengambil tempat. Kesalahan berat seperti menderhaka dan membua Bagi melaksanakan hukuman bunuh menggunakan Keris Alang, pesalah akan didudukkan secara melutut dengan tangannya diikat dan algojo akan berdiri di belakangnya.
Keris ini akan dihunus dan ditikam antara celah tulang selangka sebelah kiri pesalah, lalu ditekan perlahan-lahan hingga menyerong sedikit ke sebelah kanan. Keris dengan bilah panjang ini akan menembusi jantung pesalah dan menyebabkan kematian serta-merta. Apabila keris ditarik keluar, secebis kapas akan diletakkan di tempat tusukan keris dan darah yang keluar dikesat dengan kapas tadi.
Hukuman bunuh dengan cara ini sangat cepat, berkesan dan bersih kerana tidak banyak mengeluarkan darah. Dengan cara ini, jasad pesalah kekal sempurna dan lebih mudah diuruskan. Raja Laut adalah putera kedua Sultan Muhammad, beliau dilahirkan pada tahun , mendapat gelaran Raja Laut kerana dikatakan dilahirkan Beliau kemudianya dijadikan anak angkat oleh Raja Juma'at lalu menjadi saudara tiri kepada putera kandung Raja Juma'at, iaitu Raja Bot.
Selain daripada itu, Raja Laut juga bertanggungjawab menubuhkan sekolah melayu pertama di Kuala Lumpur, dimana beliau turut menyekolahkan putera beliau di sekolah berkenaan. Keluarga diraja ini tinggal di sebuah rumah dikawasan 'Batu Road' pada ketika itu, sehinggalah beliau meninggal dunia pada tahun dan dikebumikan di Tanah Perkuburan 'Kampong Gonggang', iaitu nama asal jalan Ampang. Tiada salah menyatakan soladriti terhadap perjuangan saudara kita di Palestin.
Tetapi jangan sampai meleburkan sejarah tokoh tempatan negara sendiri. Boleh sahaja letakkan satu nama jalan di Putrajaya sebagai tanda sokongan. Ia lebih relevan dan praktikal. Tuyere - peniup angin Bekas bakaran relau Sisa besi Jongkong besi Bijih besi; Peralatan-peralatan digunakan semasa peleburan. Gambar di bawah adalah tuyere bangsa Melayu. Di salah satu longgokan di salah satu tapak peleburan di antara belasan tapak peleburan yang dikesan dan dibuka di Tapak Arkeologi Sungai Batu ada 2,, tuyere yang dilonggokan sedalam 2 meter.
Cuba google dan baca tentang tuyere. Banyaknya artikel tentang tuyere di Perancis sehingga ada institut penyelidikan besi di Perancis disebabkan penemuan tuyere. Di Kedah, Malaysia dalam ladang kelapa sawit ditemui hanya satu longgokan kecil tuyere sahaja sudah 2,, Sejarah baru ini telah dikesan seawal tahun Adakah pembaca tahu sebelum adanya halaman ini?
Siapa yang patut umum pada bangsa Melayu dan negara? Kenapa tidak diberitahu penemuan super hebat ini? Lekehkah Melayu sampai tak perlu tahu sejarah bangsanya. Seawal tahun Sebelum Masehi sedangkan di Barat, industri besi bermula pada kurun 16 Masehi ke atas. Tapak bersejarah Kilang Gula dan lagenda lad Di temui di Pekan Bagan Tiang yang merupakan sebuah pelabuhan entrepot circa lebih tahun dahulu. Walau dah jumpa atau nampak kelibat pun tetap tak dapat nak tangkap.
Lalu berita ini sampai kepada Dato Bahaman , Mengetahui hal itu Dato Bahaman kemudiannya terus pergi ke Machang untuk menyelamatkan keluarganya yang sedang dikepung.
This traditional Christmas dessert, layered with fresh strawberry and raspberry jelly, creamy mascarpone custard and sherry soaked sponge is divine. Make healthy fruit snacks your kids will love with all-natural, vegetarian ingredients. Here are three easy-to-follow recipes courtesy of home cook Dana Zucker. Palm sugar agar is a delicious way to introduce your guests to Indonesian agar dessert. The pandan, coconut milk, and egg make this dessert heavenly.
It has been a while since I make Jelly. Anyway, we are having some pretty warm weather and in the time like this I like to make something cooling to cool myself down. So what is gula Melaka? Palm sugar is made from the sap of the flower bud….
Pandan coconut agar agar Made too much pandan extract so decided to make dessert instead of baking. One portion at home and one portion for Mister to bring to work tml. To make green agar agar Foll…. Puding santan dan gula merah Bahan2nya murah Puding gula merah adalah favorit suami.
Kalau pas puasa Senin Kamis.. Rasa original santan dan gula merah saja sudah enak.. Pudding oreo milo recipe. Kreasi puding agar-agar tidak ada habisnya. Apapun kreasinya semua akan suka karena memang enak rasanya, ringan dan berserat tinggi. The resort would be more than happy to organize cooking class such as we have. By the time I was cruised back to Cenang Jetty, my eyes were still locked to this paradise all the way.
I will be back to revisit the memorable experience and tranquility this little island offered. If you are in need of a little privacy intertwined with vibrant and unique getaway experience, Vivanta by Taj — Rebak Island, Langkawi would be the perfect choice. From strolling around the old town of Ipoh to rafting down the rapids of Sungai Kampar, we got it all here for the sharing.
First stop, Greentown Ipoh. This is the place where all the hipster cafes are. You can find a cluster of food trucks at the road junction of Persiaran Greentown 3 here, just outside DiGi Store. MeltShack for example, offers a variety of South American delicacies such as cubanos and tacos alongside Western favorites such as cheezy wedges and chicken wings.
These food trucks usually stationed themselves at crowd-filled spots around Ipoh and the only way to know where they will be is to follow their respective social media or you can easily go to their collective Facebook page; Silver State Foodtrucks.
It is a courtyard filled with characteristics in contrast to its surrounding modern architectures. You can. The admission fee is only RM3! There are numerous adventure sports to be experienced here such as caving also known as spelunking , jungle trekking, river kayaking and white water rafting.
All of these activities are operated by adventure companies such as Nomad Adventure and Riverbug. The package includes. Gua Kandu is a cave system in the vicinity of Gopeng in the Kinta Valley, located approximately half an hour from Gua Tempurung.
First of all, we got ourselves all geared up. Safety helmets on our heads and harness on our hips, we were paired up and briefed by the tour guide on safety measures. That did not take long and then off we went, marching into the cave! Spelunking is not for the fainthearted as you have to crawl through dark and tight enclosed holes and climb up steep cliffs but it will be all worth it because where else can you walk through one of the most beautiful caves with limestone formations.
The history of the cave grows even more interesting as Gua Kandu used to be the hiding spot for the communists. You can still see the some of the markings on the cave wall. After about two hours, you will reach a drop, the near-end of the cave where you can zip line your way out.
I love this part! By this time, you might think it is all over. Well I am happy to tell all of you, the brave hearts who have reached this point that there is one last obstacle. You have to lower yourself along the steel cable of via feratta. There are segmented sections of the steel cable where you have to hook and unhook from your harness. With cautiousness and calmness, this would be a perfect ending for the whole experience spelunking in Gua Kandu.
Covering the distance of almost 12 kilometers, Sungai Kampar offers an astounding 22 rapids ranging from grade 2 to 3, making it perfect even for beginners. White water rafting got its name from the white bubbles forming from the plunging water of the rapids.
One raft usually carries 4 to 12 person, including one guide called skipper. While tackling the rapids, there were also this part where you can gently paddle while enjoying the beautiful forest making up the Kinta Valley. You can also spot Orang Aslis on the river banks, welcoming us. Wave at them and do not forget to say hello. All in all, Perak is definitely a must visit. Either you are a nature lover or a food lover, Perak will accommodate your preferences and more!
The best thing about cruising is that you visit so many cities and countries from the comfort of your floating hotel. Sapphire Princess became my home for seven glorious days. And there is much to explore. With a dizzying array of food outlets and bars,. There are also art auctions, professional photo shoot sessions, ship tours, port lectures and other educational programmes.
The central hub of the ship - the Piazza. Soaring three floors over the Piazza is the Atrium, an elegant space of shimmering staircases and crystal chandeliers, surrounded by shops, cafes and lounges. Guests also enjoy being spectators to Piazza happenings at the balustrades which wrap around over three floors of the Atrium.
Dining is a total adventure in itself. Cafes, deli and cake counters serving all manner of fast food, dessert and snacks, and a pizzeria are open throughout the day, all free of charge. The award winning pizza and soft-serve ice cream were hugely popular, but it was the chocolate chip cookies that stole my heart.
For those less inclined to walk to the food, room service is available around the clock, from a comprehensive in-room menu, hence breakfast in bed or a snack at 4am is a phone call away. The casino and slot machines beckon, as do the bars, disco night club and karaoke lounges. Sapphire Princess accommodates up to guests in more than 1, comfortable cabins — from suites and mini-suites, to staterooms with balconies or ocean view, and interior.
With a ratio of guest to crew, service is never compromised. Princess soon spread its sails to distant shores around the world, adding to its fleet and building on its itineraries to include exotic voyages and destinations in the Far East and the South Pacific. These include short itineraries of four days to round-the-world voyages of up to days. The seven-day passage I embarked on is part of the classic day Grand Asia tour which sails between Singapore and Beijing; this itinerary also operates in reverse order, which means passengers can opt to embark in Beijing or Singapore.
For information on Princess Cruises check out their website www. The unique location of this area which is near to Indonesian West Kalimantan border, enabled traders to bring their goods to do business. It starts as early as 7. Among the popular items are batik sarongs, brightly coloured evamatic waterproof mats, embroided kain ela, natural wood fiber mats, kapok pillows stuffed with cooling natural cottons and many more. The best way to get there is to make arrangements with the hotel concierge you are staying with, by chartering a van or just rent a car and waze your way there.
The road is pretty straight forward and tarred. Along the way, you will pass by Bau town and it is advisable to eat up for breakfast before reaching your destination. This is the best time to try out local dishes such as kolo mee, Sarawak laksa or mee jawa. Try out the Teh C Peng special too. Another 20 minutes from Bau town, you will reach Kampung Serikin.
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There are 48 wooden shop houses in the town. Siniawan night market is open every Friday to Sunday, 5. It is a food haven ready to be savoured with a variety of local delights such as ikan bakar, sate, kolo mee, Sarawak laksa, nyonya kuih, homemade Chinese pork sausages of assorted flavours, manok pansoh traditionally cooked chicken in large hollow bamboo, over charcoal fire and many more.
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As a trade route from Europe through the Middle East, India, Malay Archipelago, and all the way to China, the city is a testimony of vast cultural influences from the colonials as well as the foreign traders who settled there. One of the favourite starting points in touring the Historic City is the Dutch. Square, also known as the Red Square. The row of red buildings surrounding it is a legacy of the Dutch that is still very much alive now.
Since the Dutch concentrated their settlement around the St. Paul Hill, you can see a lot of typical Dutch archetype such as solid doors and louvered windows here. I did a Dutch heritage trail where I started my walk from the Stadthuys before hiking up to the St. From there, you can either choose to walk back to the square using the same path or continue down to the Dutch Graveyard. If you take a right turn along the row of museums that was once the official residences for the Dutch, you will arrive back at the square.
The Dutch heritage trail does not end at the St. The successive changes of colonial powers also brought about stages of development that can be seen until now. Flourished trades contributed to the expansion of cultural activities among the townsfolk living there. If you walk around Jonker Street, you may see some of the traditional business still alive and sustaining themselves, mostly with loyal customers. One of the businesses that is still scattered and can be found easily here is the antique shop.
The shops sell various old furniture and interior ornaments as well as vintage items such as house appliances and grandfather clocks. Along the streets, you will also see some surviving retail shops selling local products such as Gula Melaka and dozens of local snacks. Another interesting traditional trade that you cannot miss is the Wah Aik Shoemaker.
This is one amongst the few shops that still make the traditional handmade lotus shoes for bound feet and the nyonya beaded shoes. When I stepped into the shop, the owner, Raymond Yeo, was diligently knocking on the shoe soles. According to Raymond, he is the third generation of shoemakers in the family business that started in the late s. Here, you can see the shop-houses that are over years old.
The 17th century shophouse has a high door with small windows and rooms with lofty ceiling. The houses were built close with each other with a narrow width of about 4 metres. Its length, though, could sometimes stretch up to a hundred metres. If you are interested, you might want to visit No.
This is a restoration of an early shop-house built during the Dutch era in Melaka. The coarse beads are much cheaper and the price usually starts at RM plus; while the fine beads are more expensive since it is delicate and demands meticulous attention. One of the many forms that can be seen is the harmonious society. This is expressed in their daily life encounters with each other and the variety of local heritage such as faiths, languages, ethnics, cultural festivals and food.
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple was built in and is the oldest functioning temple in Malaysia. During certain festivals, you can see a lot of people celebrating in front of the temple. Kampung Kling Mosque was originally built by Indian Muslim traders in before it was rebuilt in brick in The mosque is an excellent example of various cultural blends involving.
The minaret resembles a pagoda, along with Hindu and Chinese style woodcarvings together with Victorian chandeliers and Corinthian columns. Sri Poyatha Moorthi temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia and also one of the oldest functioning Hindu temples in Southeast Asia. The temple was built by the Chitty people in and dedicated to Vinayagar, the elephant deity. Like a fairy tale, the founding of Melaka started with Parameswara, a young prince, who was on the run from his own kingdom.
He was mesmerized by the bravery of a small white deer, which outsmarted his dogs. He decided to establish his new empire here. He named it after the Melaka Tree, which is found mainly by the banks of a river now known as Melaka River. Since then, Melaka City flourished along Melaka River. Years passed, Melaka witnessed many changes but Melaka River still played an integral part in the formation of Melaka.
Only its role had changed. Melaka River is no longer a primary transportation mode for one to travel from a village to another. There are also a lot of good graffiti art and mural paintings on riverfront buildings, which add to the fascinating scenery.
Melaka River Cruise operates at night as well as during the day. The cruising experience is considerably different. The day cruise allows tourists to appreciate the details of the natural beauty while the night cruise offers opportunity to enjoy the cooling panoramic view with decorative lightings, water fountain show and lighted bridges. Tourists may also visit and experience Melaka River Pirate Park which is located near the river bank.
It offers a day of fun and entertainment. Many activities had been held to promote the Melaka River. The biggest and the most important event is the annual Melaka River International Festival, which is held in June for the last ten years. Today, the Melaka River Cruise has become one of the popular tourist destinations in Melaka and it has a lot to offer. Back then, Melaka served as a major seaport for merchants plying through the Straits of Malacca, and is chracterised by its many different influences and cultural diversity.
Apart from the various multicultural living artifacts and monuments, you can definitely draw parallels to its counterpart, Penang, especially if you have a hearty appetite. Certainly, this Heritage City offers an array of food that pleases the palate. Let us start with the breakfast menu, shall we? As the name suggests, Mee Bodoh is a simple dish with just a few ingredients - fried noodles with a few slices of cucumber and bean sprouts.
The sambal or chili paste provides flavor to the noodles. Definitely worth the drive! Next on the list is Roti Canai Kayu Arang. This local favourite stall is just stationed on the pavement of the road leading to Melaka Sentral. Marked by a long queue of cars parked along the sides, it is impossible to miss this stall. As the cook uses charcoal fire to toast the disc-shaped flour mixture, the outcome is a slightly burnt and crisp roti that goes very well with local black coffee.
The stall also sells a variety of traditional kuih such as ondeh-ondeh and karipap. Along the same stretch of stalls, there is also satay, homemade fried chicken and calamari rings. Nasi Gunting, a traditional Melaka spread is for those who do not feel queasy consuming cow innards such as intestines, liver, lungs and stomach.
When serving these dishes, the servers will use the gunting or scissors to cut up the cooked meat into serving size. The Warisan Nasi Gunting stall started way back in the late 40s. If you want to get a taste of this unique dish, do come early since the dishes are quickly sold out, especially on weekends.
There is the traditional Malay, Nyonya and Peranakan, and even Portuguese cuisines. You can get all of these exquisite delicacies within walking distance around Banda Hilir. The Asam Pedas here is thick in texture and has a rich flavour. The owner, Pak Din, is a really nice man who has a nose for business. Being in this trade for 26 years, his asam pedas has become wellknown.
Pak Din plans to make his asam pedas paste wholesale and deliver them nationwide. If you are a fan of Nyonya and Peranakan food, especially the curry, my suggestion is to try the Kapitan Curry which is dry chicken curry with a lot of spices. Since the Nyonya cuisine is known for its fusion taste, you can savour the flavours of Chinese, Malay, and Indian combined.
The use of herbs and spices makes Nyonya and Peranakan food simply irresistible. Besides, who can resist the devilishly spicy curry loaded with a generous amount of chilies? Restoran de Lisbon at the Portuguese Square offers this delicious item on their menu and is best accompanied by side dishes such as otakotak and vegetables.
Ikan Bakar or grilled fish is one of the popular choices. The place is approximately 17 minutes from the city. If you are using the Maps application, just search for Jalan Alai Perdana 8 and it will direct you to the place.
There are many stalls that you can choose from and all of them serve similarly a variety of fresh seafood. The locals have a unique way of eating their Ikan Bakar. Instead of plain rice, they eat it. You might also be tempted to try the Mee Racun or Poison Noodle. The soup is thick and black, with lots of spices in it, making it a challenge even to those who love spicy Malay food. It is incomplete to visit Melaka without tasting the Satay Celup.
For this dish, you do not have to travel far from the city. It has a vast array of satays you can choose from to go along with theNight delicious Siniawan Market. A word of caution though: there are non-halal items in the menu. If you are still doubtful, you can go to CelopCelop located at Taman Lagenda.
As much as there is to the variety of cuisines you can get around the Historic City, there may other unique and delicious food scattered around the state. Being flanked by Negeri Sembilan and Johor, the style of the dishes differ according to region. To food hunters, Melaka can be an exciting place to explore their lust for exotic local food. Just like the magnificent Red Building that is filled with history and stories, the sights of the Heritage City are breathtakingly enchanting.
In Melaka, no two places look the same. This picturesque little town is a great window into the history of the. Portuguese, Dutch and British. The very reason why it is known as the historical state is that you can expect to stumble upon an array of colonial architectures, forts, and churches alongside temples, mosques, funky art stores, and unique clothing shops hidden from view in the most unlikely corners.
They are located in the hub of Banda Hilir of which you can spend a day of sightseeing; and you can easily avoid the walking by going around in. Here, simple and mouth-watering delicacies can be found on almost every street corner. Take a stroll along Jonker Street and you can find many awesome coffee house offering fabulous coffee. You can easily have the best breakfast there - you just need to pick which site that suits your morning best.
No matter where you go for your meal in Melaka, I suggest for you to take a bite out of life and fully enjoy. You will not regret it. Afterwards, you can hop on to Melaka River Cruise. Mornings are a great time to cruise and take pictures as the riverside offers a great view. You can also see an array of restored traditional Melaka houses when you pass by Kampong Mortem.
Stadthuys is a must-visit place in Melaka. While you are there, do not forget to drop by at the Museum of History and Ethnography in the building. Also, take a journey back through time at the Baba Nyonya Museum next to the Stadthuys. I am not surprised when people flock in every weekend,. I fully recommend this delicious meal. Its juicy and tender chicken meat is something that no one should miss.
Nevertheless, you can also try the variety of noodle soups and of course, the famous Melaka Asam Pedas, Cendol. There are also many Tandoori Naan shops around here. After lunch, take a minute walk up the hill to visit St. Breathe in some fresh air and feast your eyes on the great view of the city.
It is a great place to see how history lives and changes with time. If you want to experience a degree view of Melaka City, the best way would be to take a ride up on Menara Taming Sari, which is only a 6-minute walking distance from the fort. At metres. Experience the unique Jonker Street at the heart of the city. Take a stroll and you will find many shops selling antiques and crafts everywhere along the never-ending grid of streets that make up Chinatown.
The best part is, there is no traffic on the street other than people walking by shopping souvenirs to bring back home. But be reminded, Jonker Walk only opens during the weekend. A day trip to Melaka is about freedom and experiencing something unique. You will never run out of places to visit and will always learn something new each time. I spent a lot of time staring at the sky and remarking my good fortune for being able to live in this amazing city.
I feel truly blessed. There is no reason one should not visit Melaka! Melaka City is not solely about its heritage and multicultural wonders. There are tons of other fun and modern activities you could enjoy. From land and sea tour, aquatic performances, to gazing the stars from the top of a skyscraper.
Check out these latest attractions in the Heritage City. My first quarry was obviously the Seafood Station. As I walked along the line of choices, I noticed a delightful aroma that tickled my olfactory sense when a chef unveiled their famous Slipper Lobster scented with Cajun spices-and away it went onto my plate. I was greeted by the restaurant marketing manager, Norashidah and Executive Sous Chef Lee who later accompanied me the.
I enquired about the salmon. Chef Lee said it is the most preferred Norwegian salmon; while the capers that went with it added a rainbow taste altogether to the salmon. From lobsters, salmons, to cold prawns, anyone who shares the appetite for seafood would definitely be dragged inside. They were both delicious! Like finding an oyster in the sea, you have to dive deep to get in. Remember to go all the way past the Fruit Section where you will find the exquisite Baked Oyster with Hollandaise sauce.
My next stop was the Chinese Station where the Roasted Chicken and Duck radiate a tempting amiable partnership. My favourite was the Chocolate Brownie. The splendid chocolate just exploded in my mouth, leaving me with a bang of satisfaction. Ramadan returns. This time, where2 brings 8 selections of Ramadhan delights. These traditional kuih can be abundantly found during the month of Ramadhan mostly at the Bazaar Ramadan and each one is unique of their own.
Made from rice flour and rolled into a round shape before being served with sweet coconut gravy, depicting the shape of hippo taking bath. Not only it is interesting to look at, it is extremely delicious as well! The filling is made from the famous Gula Melaka.
Buah Melaka is rolled into a ball and dropped into boiling water before it is rolled onto a bed of coconut flakes, giving it a snowy look. Tahi Itik is made from a mixture of flour and eggs and served with sugar syrup. It is made from multi-purpose flour. Uniquely, Qasidah is served with fried shallots.
The texture is soft and sure is tasty! Its soft texture makes a slurpy sensation especially after a long day of fasting. It is unique in a way it is served with meaty surprise. But you can absolutely choose whether to include meat, chicken or even prawn. LOMPAT TIKAM Lompat Tikam is made into three different colours, white which is made from rice flour and coconut milk, the green part which is made from pandan leaves, then finally the red part which is made from red gluttonous rice.
Lompat Tikam is served with Gula Melaka. It is a starchy, stretchy kuih filled with a sweet centre surprise. The sweet filling is made from coconut flakes cooked with Melaka Sugar. The happiest Raya Hari Raya, the day where Muslims celebrate after abstaining themselves from food and drink as well as other urges between sunrise till sunset during the fasting month of Ramadhan.
If there is one thing about raya to be psyched about, it is certainly indulging in the vibrant and tasty kuih raya! Raya favourites such as Pineapple Tart, Kuih Bangkit, London Almond and Samperit which is the raya version of butter cookie are some of the must haves for the festive. But of course these are to be celebrated with other traditions for the month-long celebration such as balik kampung, where those working in the cities will return to their hometowns and most excitingly the giving of duit raya to children and those who are not yet married!
From us at where2, we wish all of our readers the happiest raya. Located at the junction of Sungai Burung and Pulau Betong, Balik Pulau, there is a stall selling more than 25 types of Nasi Lemak and an abundance of local desserts. These Nasi Lemaks are produced by local residents with their own versions of this popular breakfast ranging between RM1.
Those who cycle around this area can just drop by for a short break and also have a quick bite. This junction is popular among cyclists where you can chose to go to the hills of Teluk Bahang which eventually lead you to the coastal road towards Batu Ferringhi and Georgetown, or you can opt for the Genting Hills that will take you to Teluk Kumbar and Bayan Lepas.
Ask any Penangite to recommend a good stall selling Mee Udang and you will most probably be told to go to the southwest vicinity of Penang such as Teluk Kumbar or Gertak Sanggul. Mee Udang is a popular Malay hawker style dish that can be considered as equivalent to Chinese Hokkien Mee. It primarily consists of two main ingredients: large white prawns and yellow noodles.
I always prefer Rebus as I like to slurp up the rich, flavourful soup made from tomato sauce and shrimp stock. Usually this dish is also garnished with slices of hardboiled egg, crunchy fried shallots, chye sim mustard green , bean sprouts, green chili and a slice of lime. Staying on the northern part of Penang Island around Batu Ferringhi compel me to travel all the way to the other side of the island whenever I had a craving for Mee Udang.
Due to this inconvenience, I started to look around my area for this dish and not too long ago, I stumbled upon a pretty decent Mee Udang stall hidden inwards of Batu Ferringhi. Unfortunately, the couple who operates the stall kept changing their locations. Thankfully, they have finally settled down in a roadside restaurant on the way to Teluk Bahang.
The husband cum chef, Wazi, and his Chinese wife will greet you with a pleasant smile. The stall operates every day except Wednesday from 6. It adds flavour, moisture, a perfect accompaniment to plain rice or noodles. Amongst the many textures that define Malay gravy are thick, sweet, and dry.
This type of gravy is usually cooked on special occasions and celebrations, especially during Hari Raya. It is made of seasoned, skewered, and grilled meat that comes with thick kuah kacang peanut sauce , often added with a bit of sambal to give it a balance sweet and spicy taste. Ranging from chicken, beef, mutton, and all the way to deer meat, satay is a must-have side dish for any occasion or gathering.
Cooked with a portion of meat, the gravy is thick and dry with a complementary taste of sweet and spicy. It is usually served with nasi impit rice cubes or rice. Roti Jala can be served with chicken curry or a thick and sweet chicken kuzi. It is a savoury delight for an evening snack. Being a vibrant cosmopolitan city with a robust market, Penang easily topped other cities as a favourite spot for international brands.
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