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<b>Janda Baik</b>: BH above the rest - Swiftlet Farming - Yes

Posted: 25 May 2012 08:07 AM PDT


Since finishing the revamp works on Bagan Serai BH, I mobilized my two worker to Janda Baik, Pahang.

The BH owner have been courting my services for more than 6 months.

I was first invited to take a good look at the unfinished BH and wanted my proposal on what to be done with it.

I put a short presentation to him and waited for his reply.

He took about three months to confirm.  All in all he was not well.

I told the owner about his BH location, a bit on the high hill.

Its BH internal temperature can go as low as 22*C.

There must be a kind of heating it that happened.

Any way my main task on this BH was to install those nesting planks, the sound system and creation of those VIP rooms.

The BH is a bit short about 40 feet long by 20 feet wide.

The way the LAL was positioned I feel that the design was not favourable to space utilization.

Too much space wasted and it was very awkward to erect those partitions.

Since there was very little choice I told him that I will do my best to revamp the BH.

Hopefully by end of the week it will be ready to be put on operation mode.

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The Sinners Almanac: Back to <b>Janda Baik</b> with Dad - pictures tell <b>...</b>

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:06 PM PDT

Yesterday late morning, me and my dad made a short lunch trip to Janda Baik. Remember the place? I went there earlier this year with my pal, Moses (See below for earlier postings). It was a gentle drive on a hot day, so no hurry to get anywhere on time. The road was not too heavy with traffic because it was not a long weekend, and in less than forty minutes we were disembarking at the small town of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, which sat at the foothill of Janda Baik.
As it turned out, it was not Kak Dah's house. But the kindly gentlemen who lived there with his wife (who coincidentally was also named Zaidah) tried to help us. Haji Aziz (for that is his name) made a few phone calls and found out that Kak Dah is not staying here, but her brother is. Alas, both her mother and father, who were my parents' good friends, have both passed away. Haji Aziz gave us directions to Kak Dah's house but we couldn't find it. Why didn't I take his number? But never mind, because we made a new friend in Janda Baik. Which is always a happy ending for a day's outing however way you look at it.

Thank you for keeping me company, sunshine.

Janda Baik Earlier Posting:
* A Village of Good Widows - Pictures tell stories
* Tao of Banana - a berryful contemplation of gratitude

wa min Allah at-taufiq

Hate has no place in Islam

Saujana <b>Janda Baik</b> » Review from Dina (ForeFront Studio)

Posted: 26 Apr 2012 09:43 PM PDT

Comfort: From all the feedback that i have gotten from my team-members. Everyone truly enjoyed their stay at the Saujana Janda Baik.

Cleanliness: Cleanliness was awesome. It kinda shocked us all at how clean everything was.The standard was why in the cleanliness.

Facilities: We did not use the barbecue pit. However, im glad all the fan and there were enough electrical plugs around for us to use for ALL our electrical purposes (toaster/grill/steamboat/ricecooker/etc).

Effectiveness: Um, we were lucky enough to have met En.Ahmad Senior, your mum, sister and wife. The welcome was awesome. The only problem we had during the stay was a small um.. misunderstanding/miscommunication. We had inform En.Ramaly, when he was cleaning the villa when we arrive that we would like to have 2 tents and was informed they will put it up soon. As evening was coming to an end, and the tents were not up, we called at 6.15-6.45pm. I was met with a rather annoyed reply and the line was abruptly disconnect. About 15-20mins later, he came and put up the tent. Other than that it was ok!

Friendliness: Your and your family were awesome, SO was Mr.Ramaly and wife.

Note from Saujana Janda Baik Management: Thank you for you comments! We will get in touch with En Ramaly about it – he's usually very cheery! And sorry for the late tent setup.

Catering: Although it was last minute, i was truly happy that En.Izzat agreed to cook for our batch of 20 pax. However, for RM15/pax the food was just ok. What we got for the meal was Fried rice , Fried Mee, Ayam masak merah, Ikan masak kicap, sayur campur, orange cut fruit, teh tarik and orange cordial. The orange wasnt as fresh and the cordial was flavourless. =). For an order for 20 pax, what came was enough for about 12-15 pax..=). But we were pretty appreciative that En.izzat took our order although it was last minute.

Note from Saujana Janda Baik Management: We have forwarded your feedback to En Izzat and he explained that because the order was last minute (on the same day), he only had limited supplies to work with (since he had other catering orders that day, too) so he did the best he could. Nonetheless, apologies about the fruits and cordial!

Team-building/Activities: It was something that everyone was thinking would be just OK. However, it took everyone by surprise how much fun it was. It was over expectation, and that is thanks to you. At the same time, it gave me good feeling to know all that was planned turned out awesome.

With that I have proud of the weekend. As with the good job of the place, organizer , the planning and hardwork from my team. It was a great success!!

With that we would like to thank you.

And May Allah bless you and your family always .

Btw, Everyone raved about the cookie [Siraj's CHoC] =)

-Dina, ForeFront Studio

The Sinners Almanac: Back to <b>Janda Baik</b> with Dad - pictures tell <b>...</b>

Posted: 29 Apr 2012 07:06 PM PDT

Yesterday late morning, me and my dad made a short lunch trip to Janda Baik. Remember the place? I went there earlier this year with my pal, Moses (See below for earlier postings). It was a gentle drive on a hot day, so no hurry to get anywhere on time. The road was not too heavy with traffic because it was not a long weekend, and in less than forty minutes we were disembarking at the small town of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, which sat at the foothill of Janda Baik.
As it turned out, it was not Kak Dah's house. But the kindly gentlemen who lived there with his wife (who coincidentally was also named Zaidah) tried to help us. Haji Aziz (for that is his name) made a few phone calls and found out that Kak Dah is not staying here, but her brother is. Alas, both her mother and father, who were my parents' good friends, have both passed away. Haji Aziz gave us directions to Kak Dah's house but we couldn't find it. Why didn't I take his number? But never mind, because we made a new friend in Janda Baik. Which is always a happy ending for a day's outing however way you look at it.

Thank you for keeping me company, sunshine.

Janda Baik Earlier Posting:
* A Village of Good Widows - Pictures tell stories
* Tao of Banana - a berryful contemplation of gratitude

wa min Allah at-taufiq

Hate has no place in Islam

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Scouting <b>Janda Baik</b> « Joy Forevermore

Posted: 10 Apr 2012 12:29 AM PDT

Beside Easter celebrations and being extremely busy with work last weekend, I managed to take a break to visit Janda Baik again. I was there many years ago for a sports club retreat with my colleagues and friends. This time I was there again to plan the arrangements needed for the wedding.

Tanarimba is a beautiful place and a lot of couples have chosen that place for their wedding, it's very serene and of course it is an award winning building because of the way it was constructed from recycled woods found within the area. Anyway, Emmanuel is excited that he managed to book the venue for his wedding as well as the bungalow, Enderong House on top the hill so we can all use that after the wedding. It's the same place which I used to stayed before.

We continue to discussed the wedding plans and assign tasks for everyone prior to the big day! Of course both the parents are excited as well. There are so many things to think about and plan but I guess I pretty much covered everything in the checklist. As long as he's able to follow it, then I guess the co-ordination will a breeze.

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Agar aku tidak lupa: Morning walks at <b>Kuala Lipis</b> - Historical buildings

Posted: 23 Jan 2012 03:33 AM PST

After walking around the town [photos of which will be posted after this one], I took a cab and asked the taxi driver if he can be my personal tour guide for the day. You see, though Kuala Lipis is a small town in comparison to other towns in Malaysia, it will take me hours and hours or possibly at least a couple of days to fully cover it on foot. Moreover, it is a very hilly town. God forbid I'd collapsed from all the climbings.. hehe.
I became instantly fascinated by the old buildings. My mind wonders what it was like during their hey days. About the people who stayed there, the families that came all the way from England by ships which could have taken them months to reach Malaya. Of the sort of constructions involved in building the houses and residencies which still seemed to stand the test of times. Of the British officials, high ranking personnels and socialites partying at the Pahang Club. Of what would a day in the life of Sir Hugh Clifford's be like.
Anyways, here are the images I managed to capture during the 5 hours of being driven around by Uncle Raju the taxi driver cum personal tour guide. As it turned out, much much to my delight, uncle Raju is one of those old folks that has lots and lots of fabulous anecdotes about Kuala Lipis :).
I must admit that I had fallen in love with this sleepy and picturesque town :)
Lipis District Administration's Building
This building was completed in year 1919 and the management center for Pahang Darul Makmur state. On the second floor of this building was where the British Residen and Administrative Officers of Pahang State resided. While on the ground floor was the revenue collection and treasury office of British Government. Lipis at that time was the largest district in Pahang State. Its area included all the present Jerantut District and was one the richiest district with gold, ore, forest products and rubber.
Lipis Heritage Museum
This historic house was completed in year 1920. This house is situated on top of Bius hill, one of the historic hills in Kuala Lipis. This was a prominent housing area for high rangking government officials and Daerah Lipis's notable individuals. This house is said to be historic because the former Menteri Besar of Pahang and the current Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato' Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak was born and brought up here. His father, the late Allahyarham Tun Abdul Razak bin Dato' Hussien once had resided in this house when he was the Secretary for the government of Pahang.
After Dato' Sri Najib resided in this house, it is still being maintained by the Government of Pahang to be occupied by Group 'A' Government Officer.
Pahang Club
It was the earliest building built by the British in 1907. This building site was the first base where the English first administer Pahang. The purpose in building this house was for Sir Hugh Clifford's who was at that time the Ulu Pahang's Superintendent.
Sir Hugh Clifford then planned to build a more suitable residence to monitor Kuala Lipis area and found Bukit Resident as a more suitable site. While waiting for the new house to be completed, he resided in the Pahang Club House till 1922.
When the Sir Hugh Clifford moved out to Resident House in 1922, this club house then became the official home of Inspector of Police till 1926. This police inspector headed the British Police Force where his team members constituted of people of Sibu, Dayak and Malay amounting to 100 people.
In 1926, the house was vacated and became the club for British Official and High Ranking Personals. Its membership was opened to British and Royal family. That time, the Pahang Club as at its peak, became the meeting place of the rich and famous. It was told that not any one can enter the club house. Patrons must be fully dressed in shirt and tie which symbolizing status at that time. Patrons' shoes must be mirror shine as the floor of this club which was polished daily.
After Malayan independent in 1957, the state capital was shifted to Kuantan. With the dwindling membership, it was opened to the public, irrespective of their origin or social standings.
Residency building
This Residency building was built in year 1922, at the highest hilltop in Kuala Lipis, home for the English Resident. The first resident to reside in this building was Hugh Clifford, 'Superintendent of Ulu Pahang'. Then all the Residents after him followed suit to stay in this building until the launched of second world war in year 1942 to 1945. In year 1958 to year 1965 this building was made Hostel for Male Student of Clifford School. This Bukit Residens's hostel then being closed in 31 December 1965. This house was left empty until 1983 before being made Government Rest House. In 1 December 1985, Lipis Muzium Corner has been created to display artifact and Kuala Lipis District culture. It is also the first Muzium Corner established in the Pahang State.
Thean Hou Gong temple
This temple was constructed by Buddha followers devoted to the Goddess Thean Hou in Lipis in 1898 presided by Kapitan from Ong generation. This temple was located facing the Sungai Jelai believed to look after the fishermen safety. Statue in this temple was brought in from China. In this temple there is a carved stone describing Thean Hou temple history. In 1926, massive flood had badly damaged part of this temple and had been to be rebuilt by using concrete structure and monitored by local superintendent at that time.
The Clifford School
The Clifford School (formerly the Anglo-Chinese School) was built in 1913 and named after Sir Hugh Clifford, the second British Resident to Pahang. Many of the States leaders and royalty were educated there. SMK Clifford is one of the premier school in Malaysia, the buildings and set up was a heritage left by the British. The original school was damaged by the big flood on 1926, thus a replacement had to be built. During the Japanese occupation in 1940, Kuala Lipis became the center of administration for Japanese in Pahang. Then the school was turned into a military head quarters and the classrooms became a place or torture and execution.

Clifford Secondary School at first was known as Goverment English School and commenced in 1913. When it first started it was only a little cottage at Sungai Jelai bank (now Jelai road) and had 12 pupils, all of them male. In 1918, total pupils increased to 200 then the school was forced to shift to to the present location.
The school buildings at that time was only made of wood as it was known the largest academic institution in Pahang State. The original school was damaged by the big flood on 1926, thus a replacement had to be built.
This school opening ceremony was done in 1929 by Sir Hugh Clifford, former Pahang British Resident. In 1926, he had become Governor of The Straits Settlements and High Commisioner of the Federated Malay States. To commemorate him the school was name under him after the ceremony.
This school had made history by becoming the first school to hold School Certificate Class in 1936. There were 11 students took the School Certificate exam and 9 of them had passed. Besides excellence in academic, this school also reached a great success in field of sports.
During the Japanese occupation in 1940, Kuala Lipis became the center of administration for Japanese in Pahang and this school was converted to Japanese army camp and became the military headquarters and Kempeitai Head Quaters.. The classrooms became a place or torture and execution.

State Mosque
The State Mosque was constructed in 1888 by a Yemeni Arab merchant by the name of Habib Hassan. He also donated his land for the mosque. Originally, this mosque's roof was made of wood.
This mosque was proclaimed as the Pahang State Mosque because Kuala Lipis was the capital of Pahang before Kuantan. The first imam of the mosque was Imam Awang who originally came from Indonesia. The first local to be the imam of the mosque was Imam Kawi, the second imam. At that time, the imam's salary was paid by using the zakat (alms) money. The first imam who received his salary from the government was Imam Salih bin Hussin.
According to the old folks' story, the uniqueness about the mosque was that it never gotten submerged in flood water even though the town of Lipis had several times experience massive floods. The location of the mosque, near the bank of the River Jelai also does not compromise it when floods hit.
Gurdwara Sahib
This building was constructed in 1918 during English ruling. It was built by Sikh community who worked as English Police, train station workers and English army.
With this Gurdwara Sahib, Sikh society expanded in Kuala Lipis. Although the Sikh population had deteriorated in numbers in recent years, this building is an historical evidence of the society's first settlement in the town.
Kuala Lipis Train Station
This train service started operating in 1926, where in its beginning only linking Kuala Lipis to Johore Bharu in the South, Chegar Perah in North and to Tumpat, Kelantan.
It was also the first land route introduced in Kuala Lipis. During the Japanese occupancy, the railway line was used as route to transport Japanese army to the south to attack Singapore. Apart from that it was the main transportation for the local as most Kuala Lipis District economic products are being channelled through this service for gold and ore.
Jelai Bridge
Jelai bridge was built after world war 2 at Bukit Betong designed by the British. It had to be rebuilt after the Japanese surrendered in 1945 as earlier the bridge was bombed by the retreating British army. The British planes were bombing the bridge in 1941 in an effort to slow the Japanese movement to Singapore.
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Munna Punya: Minah Rempit Cilik Beraksi <b>Di Mentakab</b> Star Mall

Posted: 24 May 2012 08:31 PM PDT

Semalam bawa anak-anak ke Mentakab Star Mall. Saja je dah lama tak kesana .... banyak dah kedai yang di buka di sana. Kenny Rogers, Kemaman Kopitiam, Secret Recipe, The Face Shop, iPeople dan beberapa kedai lagi yang munna tak ingat.
Di tingkat satu ada disediakan permainan untuk budak-budak... Kakak Meya tergedik-gedik minta nak naik motosikal tu. Suruh bawa kereta dia tak nak .. layan kan je lah. Bayaran yang dikenakan RM 3 untuk 5 minit dan RM 5 untuk 10 minit.
Scooter pilihan Kakak Meya

Lajunya dia merempit... munna pula yang takut di buatnya


Pandai pula kakak Meya tekan minyak dan pusing handle motor tu bila ada kereta lain di depan. Mula-mula je slow bila dah pandai .... fuhhhh lajunya dia bawa.... 
Sekali lagi terpaksa mengalah dengan budak berdua ni bila time makan... munna nak ke Kenny Rogers diaorang nak ke Mc D juga.... alahai anak......

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ANNU®: cerita hari jumaat sebelum kenduri besar <b>di raub</b>

Posted: 25 May 2012 01:51 AM PDT

 cerita hari jumaat sebelum kenduri besar di raub 

as salam semua :) ahahaha saya lepas kenduri acu cik annur kurang sihat, sakit2 badan & selsema mujur demam pun lite2 jer, cik annur al-hamdulillah sihat jer dia.. oh ya dia dah xde 2 batang gigi bawah :) hihihi comey jer bila senyum, x sabar nak tgk dia rongak gigi atas plak :P 

ok kite mulakan cerita pada 2 hari sebelum majlis kenduri kesyukuran atau majlis sambut menantu diadakan di raub.

pagi tu  kami semua bizi dgn tugas masing2. abg de & k.nani  + mak tok bizi ngan urusan rumah, nasib baik depa dah siap kemas umah sket2.. saya & acu amir keluar beli brg2 seperti bunga manggar, jarum peniti, gabus etc...utk pelamin & bilik tido dlm kol 12 tghari barulah sampai rumah...pherghhh oh ya en abu elek, dia kerja, sabtu pagi baru dia sampai kt raub :)

 blk je terus lunch, k.nani masak:)  yg lelaki lepas tu p solat jumaat saya dikerahkan buat puding jagung... A-Z ada pun jiran saya tlg letakkan pewarna ..hehe al-hamdulillah sedap ( jagum ni cik puan niza yg belikan kt CH- thanks awak !) hehehe

pose ayu pasal depan makanan kan..ahahaha

 siap buat puding saya buat kerahan tenaga kt abg de, suh dia tlg siapkan pelamin, rasa kami mula buat kol 3 ptg ni... mcm2, mujur dpt abg yg sporting, ada je idea dia nak buat. pelamin 100% buatan kami berdua..akekeke kami mmg budget habis la utk kenduri ni, selagi bleh buat, kami buat sendiri.. lepas la kan nasib adik lelaki, klu pompuan sian dia wakakakaka

 ok dhh siap pasang, tema belah raub .. hijau + putih 

bunga pelamin pun cucuk sendiri, belasahhhh ermm gabus guna gabus tibi baru akekeke bungkus ngan plastik bungkus makanan ... punyalah kedekut akak pengantin ni ha... pasal x ckp kaki & tgn, kain pelamin pun x sempat nak gosok, arghhhhh

 ptg dlm kol 4-5ptg org2 lelaki pasang khemah.. ada 5 khemah semuanya, amboi acu, meriah ko... menu ptg tu, puding jagung ciksue + bubur pulut hitam ... cik annur & seri si penyibuk...hehehe

sementara lelaki pasangh khemah, saya buat kerahan tenaga kepada anak2 sedara utk tlg masukkan telo & buatkan goodies bag phewww kol 7.45 mlm siap semua :) mlm tu semua pengsan! 

bunga telur utk tetamu, semua tetamu yg hadir dpt bunga telur, cucuk kt batang pisang jer...yg depan pelamin kaler hijau + putih :)

bersambung ...

 

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