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Friday, 14 December 2012

H I - T E A + D I N N E R 

  • This elaborate architecture beauty so sturdily structured and resting majestically atop the 12-acre hill, granted by the Selangor State Government, is a dream come true for His Royal Highness, Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Hishamuddin Alam Shah.  
  • His Royal vision had crystallized and was in concrete form before His Royal Highness. From its ideal hill-top location sited opposite Istana Kayangan, it overlooks the picturesque vicinity and the sight of the State Mosque with its majestic blue Dome and tall minarets.
  • At night, one can feast ones' eyes on a glowing and glittering view that lends a unique ambience and enchantment to its silhouette, enshrouding it in a mantle of exclusivity.  
  • It hosts a wide variety of amenities beneath its regally shaped roof that resembles a Bugis Headgear that gives the Club a distinct identity.Should one be driving along the Federal Highway between Klang and Kuala Lumpur, one cannot fail to see this distinct landmark on top of the hill.
  •  At night, it serves as a beacon in the dark, serving as a guide to familiar and unfamiliar souls traversing the highways. 
  • To construct a Club of this stature, aimed to blend with the surrounding nature, 10 consultancies, comprising of architects, surveyors, engineers, designers and Club operators were pooled and from these enriched sources, the best in creative ideas was culminated to create this masterpiece.
  • The design and concept was researched and obtained from Indonesia by the Protem Committee assigned to oversee the project. This mammoth project took off when the Selangor State Development Corporation undertook the conceptual and initial designing through to construction. Panji Alam were engaged as the main contractors whilst The Public Works Departments and Juara Consultants handled the piping and wiring works. 
  • Raja Zulkifli Tun Uda were appointed as the structural engineers and for the foundation to be laid out, Zakaria Lee and Partners were engaged for the task at hand and finally, in order to bring out the desired interior furnishing, Azizamas Interior Designers were assigned to cultivate a majestic ambience. The present plush interior of the Club bears the testimony of their combined efforts.
  •  Finally, to exude that refined finish, local materials were used in the construction of the Club which was built over a duration of two years and six months at the cost of RM25 million.


Wednesday, 12 December 2012


Step into a world of fun, excitement and laughter

The gigantic indoor theme park, measuring 133,000 square feet, offers thrilling rides and activities for your family and friends. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is located at level  5 & 7, Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia’s largest inner-city shopping-cum leisure mall.
Built by the fictitious mad scientist Professor Cosmo and his clumsy robot assistant, Ooort, you will find yourself transported to another galaxy far, far away as you explore 133,000 square feet of un and exhilaration.
Galaxy Station, specifically targeted at adults and teenagers, offers 6 rides for thrill-seekers especially with its heart-stopping roller coaster, Supersonic Odyssey, while Fantasy Garden makes great wholesome family bonding session, thanks to the 8 fun rides amidst the beautiful scenery and colourful Garden Avenue.
So come along and enjoy hours of pure, solid fun with your family and friends at Berjaya Times Square Theme Park.
Walk down the magical Fantasy Garden where enchantment lives!
Be amazed by the lively cartoon imagery featuring gigantic plants and creatures that will have you spellbound for hours...
Buddy Go Round
Sit on unusual creatures and watch the world go round on this colourful carousel.
Fantasy Trail
Hop on a train ride through the theme park and enjoy the magical scenery.
Botanic Drive
Take a leisurely drive around and discover Fantasy Garden at your own pace.
Molly-Cool’s Swing
Get into a swinging mood with your friends on this boat ride that rocks like a cradle.
Crazy Bus
Climb on board for an exciting journey on this wacky ride.
Flying Bumble Bee
Have a buzzing good time! Hop on and fly with the bees around Fantasy Garden.
Robo Crash
Crash! Boom! Bang! Get a bumper-to-bumper experience with Robo Crash.
Honey Bump
Have smashing good time driving with Honey Bump for kids.

Admission and Rates

Theme Park Tickets
Adult (13 years old and above)
Child (3 to 12 years old)
Family Rides*
(Limited to rides at level 7 only - Botanic Drive, Buddy Go Round, Fantasy Trail and Crazy Bus)
Family Package
2 Adults & 2 Children
* Excluding public holidays and school holidays.
Senior Citizen (55 years and above)
Infant (Below 3 years old)
Operation Hours
Monday - Friday
12pm - 10pm*
Saturday / Sunday / Public Holiday / School Holiday
11am - 10pm

Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur is a twin tower complex containing a shopping centre and five-star hotel located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was opened in October 2003 by the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad. Both towers are 203 metres (666 ft) tall, with 48 floors.
It is currently the seventh largest building in the world and has also been tagged as the "world's largest building ever built in a single phase", with 7.5 million square feet (700,000 m²) of built up floor area. This building consists of shopping mall, business office and leisure centre with 1000 retail shops, 1200 luxury service suites, 65 food outlets and entertainment attractions such as Berjaya Times Square Theme Park and GSC MAXX (formerly IMAX) 2D & 3D theatre In April 2005, Borders Group opened its first franchise store here which was the largest Borders store in the world at the time. However due to the 2010 economic downturn it has since been downsized into a smaller operation called Borders Express.
The Kuala Lumpur Monorail's Imbi station is linked to the building by a footbridge.

Sunday, 25 November 2012


Melawati Hill is located in the coastal town of Kuala Selangor, a 30-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. In the late 18th Century, the second Sultan of Selangor had a fortress constructed on Melawati Hill to protect the state from intruders.

The hill provided a vantage point to monitor ships in the Straits of Malacca. Even with a strategic hold, the Melawati Fort yielded to the Dutch cannons.

It was again destroyed during the Selangor Civil War, when warring factions fought for tin-rich lands. All that remains of the fort now are its cannons, its original foundation stones and fabled execution block. The landscaped hill offers a panoramic view of the Selangor coastline.

Visitors will be delighted to watch the free-roaming Silverleaf Monkeys in the area. The adults are dark-haired with a tinge of silver, while the young ones are a bright orange. Gentle and adorable, they graciously wait for bread or fruits from visitors, unlike the mischievous Long Tail Macaques.

Today, there is a tram car service that takes you to the top. In the vicinity is a royal mausoleum where past Selangor sultans were buried. Other attractions here are a lighthouse, a royal mausoleum and a quaint rest house.

 The park, as part of the Selangor River estuary, is home to a number of large bird species such as Milky Storks and herons as well as primates, namely silver leaf monkeys and macaques. The area was a breeding ground of an endangered Milky Stork species before the program was suspended. An abandoned aviary still stands in the middle of the park.

 Kuala Selangor is an old royal capital of Selangor. It was conquered by the Dutch in 1784, when they successfully attempted to expand from their base in Melaka to control the tin trade of Perak and Selangor.

 Bukit Melawati is a hill overlooking Kuala Selangor and the Strait of Malacca. The Dutch destroyed the existing fortifications on the hill during their 1784 invasion, and built a European-style castle, naming it Fort Atlingsburg after their commander. The fort was fought over repeatedly by the Dutch, Sultanate of Selangor and later the British, until all that remains today are some scattered ruins.

 With a total area of 2.4 km2, the park is a combination of secondary forest and wetland with a man-made coastal bund separating the wetland from the forest. Inside the park itself is a large pond surrounded by another bund. A water lock connecting the pond with the river controls the water level of the pond.

Big cannon on display. It’s real one but long time no use, so used for display only. Don’t think it’s workable. Ha.

 The park, as part of the Selangor River estuary, is home to a number of large bird species such as Milky Storks and herons as well as primates, namely silver leaf monkeys and macaques. The area was a breeding ground of an endangered Milky Stork species before the program was suspended. An abandoned aviary still stands in the middle of the park.

 Hey...give me some food now !! 
I am hungry..begging you uncle.... :(

Golden monkey.

we ? Think...

 Mama is trying to hug this monkey..LOL