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1. Perkataan Silat bermaksud seni beladiri yang membawa maksud ilmu pergerakan mempertahankan diri yang melibatkan permainan senjata atau tangan kosong.

2. Silat memiliki maksud yang sama dengan Wushu yang bermaksud ilmu berlawan.

3. Perkataan Silat sinonim dengan seni beladiri dari Nusantara yang meliputi Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Borneo dan keseluruhan negara-negara Asia Tenggara.

4. Menurut Kamus Dewan, tipu muslihat disebut sebagai elak, mengikut loghat utara Tanah Melayu disebut elat.

5. Terdapat teori mengatakan perkataan Silat bersal dari si-ilat (orang yang pandai muslihat)

6. Asal usul Silat sukar dijejaki dan dipercayai berusia ribuan tahun.

7. Ia digunakan sebagai sistem pertahanan bagi kerajaan Langkasuka, Champa, Srivijaya, Beruas, Melaka, Makasar, Aceh, Majapahit, Gangga, Pattani dan kerajaan-kerajaan lain di Asia Tenggara.

8. Silat tidak boleh dituntut sebagai hakmilik warisan sesebuah negara kerana sejarahnya meliputi keseluruhan Nusantara.

9. Menurut bukti tinggalan sejarah yang terdapat di Chandi Borobudur dan Candi Prambanan di Jawa, dapatlah disimpulkan bahawa sudah wujud seni mempertahankan diri ini di kawasan kepulauan Melayu pada abad ke-8 Masihi

10. Di Malaysia sahaja ada berbagai jenis silat yang selalu kita dengar terutamanya silat gayung silat cekak dan berbagai lagi.

Silat is a self defense martial arts traditionally practised in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, portions of the Philippines, the southern part of Thailand and the central part of Vietnam The term silat Melayu was originally used in reference to Riau, Indonesia but is today commonly used for referring to systems created on the Southeast Asian mainland Silat Melayu is often associated with fixed hand positions, low stances, and slow dance-like movements Pencak silat is one of the sports included in the Southeast Asian Games and other region-wide competitions Pencak silat first made its debut in 1987 Southeast Asian Games and 2018 Asian Games, both held in Indonesia A number of stories exist detailing the history of particular styles, which are often used as origin myths for silat in general One such tale is of a woman named Rama Sukana who witnessed a fight between a tiger and a large hawk The origin of the word silat is uncertain. The Malay term silat is linked to Minangkabau Indonesia word silek, thus it is possibly a Sumatran origin word It could also possibly related to silambam, the Tamil martial art which has been recorded as being practiced in Malaysia since at least the fifteenth century in Malacca From another source, the word ‘silat’ is said to originate from the Arabic word ‘silah’ meaning ‘weapon’

1. GULA MELAKA atau COCONUT PALM SUGAR merupakan sejenis gula berwarna coklat yang dibuat daripada air manisan kelapa (Cocos nucifera) atau Nira Kelapa yang dimasak sehingga pekat dan kemudian membeku apabila sejuk.

2. Gula Melaka merupakan produk yang sangat popular dikalangan Masyarakat Malaysia dan Asia Tenggara lain kerana khasiatnya dan kegunaannya dalam menyediakan beberapa juadah makanan tradisional.

3. Antara juadah dari jenis kuih muih yang menggunakan gula melaka seperti Kueh Buah Melaka (Orang Muar panggil ‘Kelepon’), Kueh Bingka, Apam Gula Melaka, Kueh Badak Berendam, Lempeng Berinti Kelapa dan Gula Melaka, Cendol, Bubur nasi merah, kueh koci dan banyak lagi.

4. Masakan asam pedas, tumis pedas dan bubur kacang jika dibubuh gula melaka lebih lazat.

5. Gula Melaka merupakan satu daripada produk daripada tanaman kelapa (Cocos nucifera) yang banyak tumbuh diseluruh dunia.

6. Indonesia, India dan banyak kepulauan di Asia Pasifik dan Kawasan Tropika yang lain banyak menanam kelapa.

7. Dikawasan Asia gula melaka juga digelar dengan pelbagai nama seperti Gula Aren ; Gula Jawa ; Gula Merah ;Gula Semut (Indonesia), Nam taan pep (Thailand), Duong thot not (Vietnam), Pol Pani ; Kitol Pol Puru (Sinhalese Sri Lanka), Pakaskas (Filipina), Karrrupati (Tamil), Num taan (Laos) dan Skot tnot (Kemboja).

8. Indonesia dilapor sebagai pengeluar paling banyak gula melaka didunia.

9. Rekod pengeluaran gula melaka tidak ada dicatit secara rasmi kerana ianya termasuk dalam rekod pengeluaran gula didunia sekitar 60 -65 juta metrik tan setahun iaitu kebanyakannya dari gula tebu (Saccharum officinarum).

10. Gula Melaka didapati bermula dengan menanam kelapa sehingga sesuai mengeluarkan bunga dan buah. Kelapa MAWA, Kelapa MATAG, Kelapa Tinggi Malaysia dan beberapa vatieti lain adalah diantara varieti kelapa yang boleh diambil nira.

1. Bukit Fraser terletak di negeri Pahang, di atas Banjaran Titiwangsa, Malaysia.

2. Ia merupakan kawasan pelancongan pergunungan yang menarik kerana suhunya sejuk 17~24 celcius.

3. Puncak tertinggi Bukit Fraser ialah 1,310 meter dari aras laut, kira-kira 104 kilometer dari bandar raya Kuala Lumpur, bukit ini terletak di dalam Mukim Tras di Daerah Raub Pahang

4. Bukit Fraser mendapat nama dari seorang pengembara British pada zaman kolonial iaitu Louis James Fraser.

5. Terdapat pelbagai cerita menarik tentang beliau tetapi tidak begitu jelas termasuk beliau sebagai pengeluar dadah candu dan perjudian di antara para pelombong di Pahang.

6. Banyak bangunan dan banglo dibina mengikut cita rasa kolonial British. Dinding rumah dari batu konkrit besar yang disusun dan disimenkan. Warna dinding berwarna putih dengan diselang-seli warna hitam pada tiang jenang. Pagar rumah dibuat daripada pokok-pokok bunga.

7. Lebar jalan raya agak terhad iaitu hanya dua lorong dan sukar untuk berselisih kereta. Tiada bas naik ke Bukit Fraser kerana jalan rayanya sempit, banyak selekoh berbahaya dan curam.

8. Di sepanjang jalan, banyak tanah runtuh yang ditutup dengan kain plastik berbelang atau sedang diperbaiki.

9. Kini bas boleh sampai ke puncak kerana jalan naik dan turun berasingan. Tiada lagi jadual untuk naik dan turun seperti dahulu. Menariknya tandas awam beroperasi 24 jam dan bersih.

10. Filem Misteri Dilaila (2019) terbitan Skop Productions dan Astro Shaw pernah menjalani penggambaran di Bukit Fraser

1. Kellie’s castle also called Kellie’s Folly is a castle located in Batu Gajah Perak. The unfinished and ruined castle build by scottish planter name Willam Kellie-Smith.

2. He was born in Kellas Moray Firth Scottland. In 1890 at the age of 20 he arrived in Malaya as a Vivil Engineer. He join the survey firm who had won a consession from state government to clean 9000 hectar of forest in Batu Gajah Perak.

3. With this substantion profit, he brought 1000 achers of land to plant a rubber tree. A few years later he own a Kinta Fellas Tin dredging company as well.

4. With this fortune, he retuned home to marry his scottish sweatheart Agnes and brought her to Malaya in 1903. Following year his daughter Helen was born. His son Anthony wad born in 1915, he started planing to build a huge castle with scottish,Moorish and Tamilvanan architechture.

5. He brought 70 craftments Tamilvanan in Madras India.The bricks and marbles are from there too. He plan to build 6 storey towerwiths include Malaya first elevator, indoor tennis court and a rooftop courtyard for entertaining.

6. During construction, Spanish flu outbreak struck his workers. One by one was effected. One day the head worker approched him to build a temple for them to pray and he agreed. In return of his generosity they build his statue near to the temple.

7. William Kellie-Smith was died of age 56 due to pnuemonia during a short trip to Lisbon Portugal in 1926.

8. His wife devastated and decided to move back to Scottland and the construction of the castle has never complete bt the Tamilvanan workers.

9. In the end the castle was sold to British company.

10. The castle is now a popular tourist attraction. It was used s setting in 1999 for film Anna and The King and the 2000 for film Skyline Cruisers.

1. Batik is well known as one of leading traditional handicrafts fields in Malaysia. The history of batik development in Malaysia was back in 15th century.

2. In late 20’s the use of wax was introduce by batik enterprenus in Kelantan and Terengganu, which is pioneer the history of batik development.

3. In Malaysia, batik produced through sereval techniques and process such as batik block, batik screen and batik canting. Eack technique has their own way and indentity. Batik canting is one of the most precious batik for being known for its fine arts.

4. Batik canting cloth us a favorite anong fashionista today. In addition to clothing, barik canting fabrics are made of scarves, handbags, bedsheets, wall decoratio, cushion cover and many more.

5. Fresh and exclusive colors and mitifs are unique features of batik canting. The motifs are often from plants, flowers, birds, geometry and abtract pattern.

6. You may ask why this batik canting is worth the price?. The manual process begin with pen-shapped tool with hot waz on it. Grinding the fabrics so that it is stretched horizontally.

7. The artisan start drawing with using their owb creativity. During this process only one person are allow to draw due to prevent the pattern obstructed.

8. They use dry brush technique to colour the ready drawn pattern.

9. Soaking the fabrics into sodium salicate water for 8 hours. Lesser than that will faded the color our more than 8 hours will turn the fabrics harder and easily to tear.

10. The final step is to boil them into hot water within 10 to 15 minutes. To prevent the fabric fade, avoid to dry direct to sunlight

1. Before 1985, tranportation between the island and the mainland was depend solely on ferry services betweeb Butterworth and Georgetown.

2. The idea to build linking bridge between Seberang Perai to Penang island was brought up by 2nd Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Abdul Razak with 2nd Chief Minister Tun Lim Chong Eu.

3. In 1971 the Malaysian governmwnt start the feasibility study and in November 1976 they appointed an Amrican firm to start the design of the bridge.

4. On July 1981 the Works Minister, Dato Samy Vellu announced the Malaysian government has approved the designed would be constructed using the cable-styled concrete girder similiar to the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco in US.

5. In 1982 the construction officially began. Two giant company was appointed to accomplished the mission. Hyundai Engineering from Korea and United Engineers Malaysia Berhad from Malaysia.

6. On 3rd August, the Penang bridge was officially opened br 4th Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahahir Mohamad. He drove red Proton Saga (national car) with Malaysian flag during the ceremony.

7. In 14 September the same year, the Penang bridge was officially open to traffic by Yang Di Pertua Negeri. Due to heavy traffic using that bridge the widen project has been started on January 2008 and completed in late 2009.

8. Penang bridge overall lenght of 13.4KM, 8.4KM above water, 1.5KM on Penang island and 3.6 KM in Prai. The bridge has four 101.5M towers. It has 3 lanes each direction with 80km/h speed limit.

9. The bridge has an emergency laybay equipped with SOS phone, traffic CCTV and variable messege sign are installed at all location along the bridge.

10. PLUS Malaysia Berhad has won the private consession 1994 to manage the bridge. Started from September 2015 fully electronic toll collectionhas been installed to avoid conjusted at the toll gate

1.Terletak di alamat Lot 2180, Jalan P.Ramlee , Pulau Pinang.

2.Dibina oleh Bapa P.Ramlee.

3.Dikawal dengan rapi oleh Bandaraya Pulau Pinang .

4.Masih kekal dengan rumah kayu.

5.Terdapat barangan seperti basikal, telefon,katil, barang-barang dapur juga masih dikawal.

6.Pembersihan dijalankan oleh Majlis Daerah Pulau Pinang.

1. Sejenis makanan Indonesia yang dicipta oleh pedagang Jawa.

2.la merupakan makanan yang dibakar dan dicucuk dengan lidi.

3.Dibakar menggunakan api arang kayu.

4.Kuah Satay disediakan daripada kacang yang ditumbuk lumat dan digaul Serra dimasak dengan pelbagai herba.

5. Satay dihidang dengan bawang merah dan timun serta ketupat atau juga nasi himpit.

6.Di Malaysia, Satay sering dikaitkan dengan Satay Kajang.

7.Pada awalnya Satay dijual di tepi-tepi jalan, gerai-gerai kecil dan dari rumah ke rumah menggunakan motor.

8.Kini Satay menjadi sebagai menu pembuka selera di kebanyakan restoran mewah, hotel dan juga di majlis-majlis keramaian.

9. Terdapat beberapa jenis satay seperti Ayam, Kambing, Lembu, Arnab, lkan dan juga lain-lain lagi mengikut keseleraan masing-masing.

1. Thaipusam merupakan perayaan yang disambut oleh Penganut Beragama Hindu di seluruh dunia terutamanya.

2. Di Malaysia, ia disambut secara besar-besaran di Batu Caves, Thannir Malai ,Pulau Pinang dan juga Kallu Malai, Perak.

3. Ia juga disambut pada bulan Purnama pertama Januari/Februari iaitu bulan‘Thai’.

4. Thaipusam disambut sempena menyambut Hari Kelahiran Tuhan Murugan serta kesempatan menunaikan nazar serta niat dan menebus dosa atau memohon ampun.

5. Pada hari Thaipusam, nazar dilakukan iaitu memohon sesuatu hajat kepada Dewa Murugan dan jika permohonan dikabulkan maka niat akan disempurnakan dalam pelbagai cara.

6. Contohnya, membawa susu yang membawa maksud suci, menjunjung Kavadi di bahu atau kepala,memecahkan kelapa dan mencukur rambut untuk membayar nazar.

7.Di Batu Caves, Thaipusam disambut hampir semua rakyat Malaysia tanpa mengira bangsa mahupun pelancong luar negara.

8.Terdapat pelbagai gerai yang menjual makanan , pakaian serta barangan tradisional yang turut menarik minat para pelancong di situ.

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1. Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak known as KOMTAR locket in the city of Georgetown, Penang.

2. The idea build KOMTAR Tower comes from Mr. Lim Chong Keat, brother to second Chef Minister of Penang Mr.Lim Chong Fo in 1962. In the beginning, KOMTAR building build with 65 floors and than it renovated another 3 floors to become 68 floors.

3. KOMTAR was names after YAB Tun Abdul Razak, the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, who officiated the piling of Phase 1 on 1 January 1974.

4. KOMTAR Tower is the tallest tower in Malaysia until 1985 but it is still become tallest tower in Penang. At that time, KOMTAR become second tallest building in Asia.

5. The tower was constructed in 1974 and completed in 1986. The renovation works conducted to turn KOMTAR Tower into a modern tourist attraction.

6. KOMTAR tower originally completed with 65 flowers and the height of it 232 meters. Than, in the year 2015, three more storeys were added and raising the height of KOMTAR Tower to 249 meters.

7. The main entrance to the Geodesic Dome is from the auditorium level and is also accessible from level 4.

8. KOMTAR actually consists of a multipurpose complex with a transportation hub and administrative offices of the Penang State Government.

9. The function of each level.

Level 1 Main entrance and KOMTAR Bus Terminal

Level 2 Asia Comic Cultural Museum and Bookstore

Level 3 Penang state Government offices, Penang Island City Council ICT Digital Mall, Penang State Gallery

Level 4 Boutique aquarium, Entrance of Tech Dome Penang

Level 5 Auditorium, 7D discovery Motion Theatre, Magic Mirror Maze, ocean Explorer, Jurassic research Centre, Gym.

Level 6 Grand Imperial Restaurant.

Level 7 – 58 Penang State Government Office, Penang Chief Minister Office and Penang Island City Council office

Level 59 – 60 Top View restaurant

Level 61 – 64 Tower Club Penang Level 65 Observatory deck, The Gravithz Outdoor Rope Course Level 66 Gym in the Sky

Level 67 – 68 tower Club Penang Level 68 Rainbow Skywalk, Coco Cabana Bar & Bistro

10. In 2018, Gravityz Outdoor Rope course , a 90 meters long rope course outside the 65th floor was opened to the public.

1. Pulau Redang or Redang Island is an island in Kuala Nerus District, Terengganu and located 45 km off the coast of Kuala Terangganu.

2. Redang Island is one of the nine islands, which form a marine sanctuary park offering snorkelling and diving opportunities for tourist.

3. Terengganu Marine Park conserve the ecosystem and biodiversity of flora and fauna of the island.

4. Redang Island is the biggest island among the nine islands in the Marine Park , measuring about 7km long and 6km wide.

5. The sea around redang Island contain two historic shipwrecks. HMS Prince of Walles and HMS Repulse which sank here during World War II.

6. Redang Island has a more upmarket image as almost all accommodation on the island is resort based with more verity of fresh sea food.

7. At Redand Island, Pasir Panjang Beach is the largest beach on the east side. The beach is covered with soft white send, so can go for trekking and play volleyball in a group. Other than that, the coral and fish can be seen just a few meters from the beach.

8. It is advice not to visit Redang Island during northeast monsoon between October and March. Most of the resort and ferry transport are closed for the safety.

9. Redang Island is paradise island which perfect for snorkelling, swimming, scba-diving, jungle trekking, boating and canoeing. So, it is advice to dress decently when participating in water activities.

10. we can also take diving course here from diving schools to get diving license known as Open water License (PADI)

11. Other than that, you also can go for turtle watching at Pasir Chagar hutang at northest Redang Island.

12. No fishing allowed within 3.2 km from the island as Redang Island gazetted as a marine park. Collecting of corals and other aquatic life is also strictly not allowed.

13. Make sure you bring more enough cash because cannot use credit cards, there are no ATM on the island

1. George Town was created in honour of King George III by a British Royal Navy captain Francis Light who developed George Town as a free port and allowing trade without paying any form of tax or duties.

2. George Town is the capital city of Penang state and second largest city after Kuala Lumpur, and located on Penang Island in north west of Malaysia.

3. We can get enough of its unique multicultural charm and have seen it change over the years to become a popular place to visit by local or foreigners.

4. George Town was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Side states. It has over 12,000 old buildings with Chinese shop houses, residential, jetties, churches, temples, mosques and grand British colonial government offices.

5.there are an amazing street art scene has exploded in George Town. About 52 ironwork show pieces can be seen all over old town and tell the story of George Town`s history and people.

6. George Town remains with plenty of peaceful streets that are almost traffic free. From George Town, we can easily travel by public bus or taxi to some famous places like Penang Hill and Kek Lock Si Temple by Ayer Itam Road.

7. like a lot of town and cities, The coffee shops in George Town not only make excellent coffee, but they also serve it in appealing quirky spaces.

8. When we talk about the street food, there are so many delicious dishes from all over the country but some dish only can get in George Town like Assam Laksa, Penang Char Kway teow, popiah, Nasi Briani and Cendol Penang. It is cheep if we compare with other places in Malaysia.

9. George Town`s Little India is another interesting place to visit especially for Indians who looking for shopping. The colourful streets are full of rainbow sari shops, spice- scented Indian grocery stores, Hindu temples, temping Indians eateries and Bollywood music cranked up over loudspeakers.

10. George Town attracts every kind of travellers. There are plenty of old type and modern type of hotels but the best place to stay in George town are within the resort colonial buildings.

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1.Tenggol Island (Or Pulau Tenggol) is a beautiful island off the coast of Terengganu and this rocky island is about 2 kilometres in width and 3 kilometres in length at its widest point with impressive rocky cliff, it offers 20 beautiful and attractive diving spots.

2. There are daily flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur International Aiport (KLIA & LCCT) to Kuala Terengganu. From here you take a public bus or taxi to Kuala Dungun (travel time around 1 hour) or for inland trips to Kuala Dungun, such as from Kuala Lumpur, the express bus service is the best option as the Kuala Dungun bus terminal to the jetty is not too far, about 2 km across the new Kuala Dungun bridge. At Kuala Dungun jetty you can arrange a boat to Tenggol Island which is located about 25 km from the coast, so it is about 50 minute by boat ride.

3. Tenggol Island offers great dive sites for drift diving, deep diving and two wreck dives for the experienced divers. Teluk Air Tawar is the best place to see turtle and at Batu Air Tawar you can see some types of deep sea coral reefs and group of yellowtail scad (ikan selar). If you are lucky, between July and September you will enjoy the presence of large and beautiful whale sharks eating plankton and shrimp around the island beside swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, and jungle exploring or just relaxing under the sun on the white sandy.

4. You are advised to avoid coming here from November to March because of the monsoon season that hit the east coast. Most of the resort staff temporary move to the mainland to escape the severe weather conditions during these months and this island is closed to visitors.

5. There are many resorts and small chalets built on the island.If you do not want to stay on the island, you can also choose to stay in Dungun city. You can also set up tents on the island if you wish to, but it is highly recommended to keep the island clean.There are no ATMs and no shops at Tenggol Island, so bring along everything you need from the mainland.

1.Malaysia is a beautiful country with diverse cultures and a rich history. People from different ethnic backgrounds have distinct sets of traditional attire that reflect their cultures.

2. For example, Chinese women wear cheongsam or also known as Qipao. Cheongsam is a body hugging dress with high collar, buttons near the shoulder, diagonally closed with small clips or toggles, slits up the sides of the thighs. It is often made up of shimmering silk, embroidered satin or other sensual fabrics. Several general motives are applicable to cheongsam such as flowers, birds and dragons. The motives have specific meanings. 

3. Usually worn during festival like Chinese New Year and special occasions especially during wedding ceremony. Cheongsam is particularly in red colour because it symbolise good luck.

4. The cheongsam has moved with the times, and now offers shorter variations which are popular with the younger set. While there is no particular traditional wear for the men, one may find button-up shirts that are made from similar materials as the cheongsam. These shirts can be either long-sleeved or short-sleeved with frog closure buttons running down the centre.

5. Chinese traditional wear can be found in major shopping malls around Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. If you happen to be shopping outside of the Chinese New Year period, however, Central Market in Kuala Lumpur is your best option for cultural dresses and items.

1.Tempurung Cave is a limestone cave and it is called ‘tempurung’ as the ceiling is dome in shape which resemble a coconut shell. It is made up of five large domes with each dome having different stalagmites and stalactites. Also, each dome is different in terms of temperature, water level, and limestone and marble content.

2.Tempurung Cave located in Gopeng, Perak can be reached using the South North Expressway or the Federal Road. If you use PLUS , enter the Gopeng Toll Plaza exit , turn left and continue for 2 km until you find the route to Tempurung Cave on the left. 

3. Tempurung Cave is the largest limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia with total length of the cave is 4.5km although the part accessible to the public is about 1.9km and is believed to have been around since 8000 BC.

4. It offers a range of tours with varying levels of difficulty. You may choose dry tours or wet tours.

5. During the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960), communist guerrillas used the cave as a hideout and some of their graffiti is still visible on the walls. In 1995 work began to turn the cave into a tourist attraction and steel and concrete staircases were put in place, viewing platforms and railings added for safety and spot lights placed at strategic locations to illuminate the cave’s most attractive features

  1. Also known as jubilee clock tower.
  2. The clock tower is a testament to Penang’s royal connections.
  3. Built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 1897 Diamond Jubilee
  4. 4.it stands 60ft-high, with each foot representing a year of the Queen’s 60-year reign.
  5. The clock tower is slightly tilted, a result of bombing during the Second World War. – it started  built in 1897 and complete in 1902.
  6. Locate at Georgetown, Penang.

  1. Baju kurung merupakan pakaian tradisional bagi wanita melayu dan ia juga merupakan pakaian rasmi negara malaysia. -nuga merupakan pakaian rasmi sekolah rendah dan menengah di malaysia
  2. Sesuai dipakai semua golongan tifak mengira usia. – dari segi sejarah ia dikaitkan dengan pakaian yg berasal dari mesir yang bererti pakaian longgar.
  3. Digunakan untuk menghadiri majlis rasmi, perkahwinan, majlis agama
  4. Wanita Johor Melayu zaman dahulu. memadankan baju kurung dengan kain dagang luar.
  5. Zaman dahulu baju kurung dipadankan bersama kain samada kain dari jenis batik, songket atau sutera

  1. Istana Melawati is the second national palace of Malaysia’s Yang di-Pertuan Agong in Putrajaya after the Istana Negara in Kuala Lumpur.
  2. Melawati means “guard’s Tower” -It sits on the highest hill in the centre  of Putrajaya
  3. The complex includes a royal wing,a ceremonial reception wing and an administration block.
  4. Three tall towers form a prominent structure at the side and centre of the palace and the tower represent old guard tower
  5. Construction of the palace began in 1999 and was completed in 2002.
  6. The name of the palace was given by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah of Selangor.

  1. Kapitan Keling Mosque is a Penang landmark. Built in 1801 by Penang’s first Indian Muslim settlers (East India Company troops), the Indo-Moorish structure is set at the junction of Lebuh Buckingham and Lebuh Pitt.
  2. It is the largest mosque in Georgetown and looks sublime at sunset. It was named after the ‘kapitan’ of the Keling (a leader of the South Indian community similar to the leader of the Chinese community), Cauder Mydin Merican.
  3. The whitewashed mosque is topped with large golden-yellow Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars and features a single, typical Indian-Islamic minaret from which the sound of the azan (call to prayer) can be heard.
  4. A long walkway leads up to the main prayer hall of Kapitan Keling Mosque, with graceful arches sweeping along its outer passageway. Inside the mosque there are lofty, celestial-white Gothic, Moorish and Roman arches creating an illusion of even more depth to the already-spacious prayer hall; check out the sparkling chandelier that hangs above.
  5. The walls are covered with calligraphy panels and stained glass windows featuring arabesques of geometrical designs and floral motifs. The floor is solid, polished white marble with long rows of prayer rugs strewn all over.
  6. Kapitan Keling Mosque used to sprawl across 18 acres but now encompasses only eight acres as the land was claimed by government officials for the construction of roads.
  7. If you wish to visit, then mosque officials will have to grant permission. Visitors are only allowed entrance if they are properly attired: for women this means longs pants or skirts and shirts and men.

  1. A kurta is a loose collarless shirt worn in many regions of South Asia,and now also worn around the world.
  2. Tracing its roots to Central Asian nomadic tunics, or upper body garments, of the late-ancient- or early-medieval era, the kurta has evolved stylistically over the centuries, especially in the South Asia, as a garment for everyday wear as well as for formal occasions.
  3. The kurta is traditionally made of cotton or silk. It is worn plain or with embroidered decoration, such as chikan; and it can be loose or tight in the torso, typically falling either just above or somewhere below the knees of the wearer.
  4. The front and back of a traditional kurta are made of rectangular pieces, and its side-seams are left open at the bottom, up to varying lengths, to enable ease of movement.
  5. The sleeves of a traditional kurta fall to the wrist without narrowing, the ends hemmed but not cuffed; the kurta can be worn by both men and women; it is traditionally collarless, though standing collars are increasingly popular; and it can be worn over ordinary pajamas, loose shalwars, churidars, or less traditionally over jeans.
  6. According to author Roshen Alkazi, stitched (i.e. cut and sewn) attire came to South Asia from Central Asia.
  7. There was a trickle during the Scythian/Parthian/Kushan invasions of the late ancient period, which markedly increased after the incursions of Mahmud of Ghazni, the floodgates opening with the Muslim conquests of the late 12th century, until the kurta became an item of common attire during the Mughal period.

  1. Kampar river is the confluence of two tributaries of almost equal size: Kampar Kanan River (or Right Kampar), and Kampar Kiri River (or Left Kampar).
  2. Kampar Kanan River passes through Lima Puluh Kota Regency and Kampar Regency, while Kampar Kiri River passes through Sijunjung Regency, Kuantan Singingi Regency, and Kampar Regency.
  3. The tributaries meet in the Langgam subdistrict, Pelalawan Regency, before flowing into the Malacca Strait as the Kampar River. Kampar River in Gopeng, Perak.
  4. You can get up close and personal with nature, experience an exotic and mystifying rainforest where the fastest butterflies swarm by the riverbank while you enjoy swimming in the river or jump from trees or just glide down the river on a raft.
  5. Just take 2 hours from Pangkor Island, Lumut and the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. A state in west Malaysia famous for its’ tin ore, and pomelo fruit, Ipoh hor fun, home-grown white coffee, chicken rice, temples, caves and hot springs.

  1. Taman Kinabalu terletak bahagian utara pulau Borneo, sebuah taman tertua negeri Sabah, Malaysia yang telah diwartakan pada tahun 1964
  2. Taman Kinabalu dihiasi oleh Gunung Kinabalu yang tersergam dengan ketinggian 4,095.2 meter, yang merupakan gunung tertinggi di antara Puncak Jaya Papua, Indonesia dan Hkakabo Razi, Mynmar di Asia Tenggara
  3. Taman Kinabalu merupakan kawasan yang mempunyai ekologi mega dengan kepelbagaian habitat dari kawasan rendah tropika, kawasan hutan hujan tropika, sehingga kawasan hutan gunung tropika, hutan separa alpine, dan sehingga tumbuhan renek pada kearas tinggi

  1. Berasal daripada orang asli di Malaysia yang menggunakan lemang sebagai makanan utama mereka
  2. Boleh didapati di seluruh Malaysia ini dipercayai sudahpun menjadi makanan utama Malaysia sejak tahun 1864
  3. Menjadi salah satu simbol tradisi Malaysia ini dikatakan berasal dari orang asli di Kelantan, Malaysia yang dipanggil orang asli Negrito
  4. Lemang ini bukan sahaja menunjukkan asal-usul di Tanah Melayu sahaja malah di Indonesia juga mempunyai cerita dan sejarah lemang yang tersendiri
  5. Lemang boleh didapati dalam pelbagai jenis, yang pertama sekali ialah lemang yang biasa kita makan iaitu lemang yang menggunakan beras pulut biasa yang berwarna putih dan menggunakan bahan-bahan mentah asas tanpa bahan tambahan.
  6. Kedua ialah lemang pulut hitam. Lemang pulut hitam mempunyai resepi yang sama dengan lemang biasa, cuma perbezaannya ialah jenis beras pulut yang digunakan ialah beras pulut hitam. Apabila dimasak, warna lemang akan menjadi hitam tetapi rasanya tidak lah begitu ketara dengan rasa lemang yang biasa.
  7. Ketiga ialah lemang jagung. Lemang jagung menggunakan bahan yang sama seperti lemang biasa, cuma perbezaannya ialah tambahan jagung yang menambahkan rasa manis di dalam lemang. Warna dan tekstur lemang juga akan kelihatan sedikit berbeza kerana beras pulut dicampur dengan jagung. Selain jagung, anda juga boleh menggantikan jagung dengan bahan lain mengikut kesukaan anda, contohnya seperti durian atau nanas.
  8. Mempunyai dua cara masakan, yang pertama ialah cara tradisional dan yang kedua ialah cara moden

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  1. Dataran Merdeka is a square located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  2. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
  3. Literally Independence Square, it was formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang and was used as the cricket green of the Royal Selangor Club. It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malaysian flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on 31 August 1957.
  4. Since then, Merdeka Square has been the usual venue for the annual Merdeka Parade (National Day Parade).

  1. Lanchang is a small village where you can find an elephant sanctuary named Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre or the Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary.
  2. The elephant sanctuary was established in 1989 within the Krau Wildlife Reserve, and is managed by the Malaysian Department of Wildlife and National Parks.
  3. Here many orphaned elephants are raised and given shelter.
  4. Not long after tourists found out about the elephant shelter the town quickly evolved into a popular tourist attraction.
  5. Kuala Gandah (Lanchang) is probably the best place on Peninsular Malaysia to come face to face with an elephant

  1. Keropok Lekor or fish sausage is a traditional Malay fish cracker snack originating from the state of Terengganu.
  2. It is made from fish and sago flour and seasoned with salt and sugar.
  3. It is slightly greyish in colour and gives off a fishy taste and smell which becomes more prominent as it cools down after frying.
  4. The word lekor is said to be derived from a Terengganu Malay word meaning “to roll”.

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  1. Belanda telah jdikan pulau ni tmpt punggah bijih timah dri negeri perak.
  2. Kota belanda telah dibina kt sini utk simpn timah dri negeri perak. Perjanjian pangkor yang mndamaikan perebutan bijih timah un dilakukan di sini.
  3. Hasil drpd perjanjian pangkor memberi keuntungan kepada SHTIj merupakan pulau ketiga terbesar terletak di negeri Perak, Malaysia di perairan Selat Melaka.
  4. Luasnya cuma 2,200 hektar dan penduduknya berjumlah kira-kira 25,000 orang. Pulau Pangkor merupakan salah satu destinasi pelancongan utama di Malaysia.
  5. Pulau Pangkor merupakan sebuah pulau tropika dan memiliki beberapa tempat tarikan pelancong yang menarik.
  6. Antara tempat yang menjadi tumpuan. KOTA BELANDA BATU BERSURAT TELUK NIPAH PANTAI PUTERI DEWI PANTAI PASIR BOGAK

  1. Setiap kali Tahun Baru Cina, masyarakat Cina akan menjemput kumpulan tarian singa datang ke rumah untuk memeriahkan lagi suasana dan mendapat “Ong” iaitu nasib yang baik.
  2. Kebiasaannya, persembahan tarian singa akan dilakukan dari depan hingga ke dalam rumah untuk memberi tuah kepada keluarga berkenaan sepanjang tahun.
  3. Tahukah anda asal usul tarian singa dan sejarah di sebaliknya?  Singa dianggap sebagai pelindung dalam masyarakat Cina dan menjadi adat di negara China, Taiwan, Jepun, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia dan Vietnam. 
  4. Setiap negara juga mempunyai corak dan bentuk tarian yang berlainan dan ia telah mula diperkenalkan lebih 1,000 tahun yang lalu. Menurut cerita yang dibawa secara turun-temurun, sejak 2 ribu tahun yang lalu telah berlakunya huru-hara di sebuah kampung di China yang dicetuskan oleh seekor makhluk ganas bernama ‘Nian’. 
  5. Penduduk di kampung terbabit hidup dalam ketakutan dan mencari pelbagai ikhtiar untuk menewaskan Nian.
  6. Akhirnya mereka berjaya menewaskan Nian dengan melemparkan reben merah ke udara, meletupkan mercun dan membakar bunga api siang dan malam.
  7. Sejak itu, persembahan tarian singa menjadi tradisi masyarakat Cina setiap tahun bagi mengingati kisah tersebut selain mendapat ‘ong’ pada Tahun Baru Cina!

  1. Taman ini mula beroperasi pada tahun 1992 dan dirasmikan oleh Perdana Menteri Malaysia ketika itu, Tun Mahathir bin Mohamad, pada 29 April 1993.
  2. Sejak dibuka, taman tema telah menambah simulator melayari pertama di Malaysia, FlowRider pada tahun 2010; Waterplexx 5D pertama di Malaysia pada tahun 2012 dan perjalanan air yang sangat besar, Vuvuzela, pada tahun 2013
  3. Aktiviti menarik termasuk lah Water park Scream park, Amusement park, Extreme park, Wildlife park, Nickelodeon lost lagoon

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