Do you know where is Desa Park City? It is a 473 acres of freehold land located at the south of Bandar Manjalara, Kepong and north of Kampung Penchala and Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI). This 'city' or township includes 25 residential neighborhoods, a 45-acre mixed use commercial belt, 2 business parks, a 43-acre central park, an exclusive RM 30 millions clubhouse, a community centre, schools, an international school, places of worship, a hospital & other amenities of which some are still in the development process. This new township is expected to be fully developed by 2012 with approximation of total 7278 residences including 4500 condominiums and a population of 35000. For those who wish to invest on property and for those who are looking for brand new community area, Desa Park City is definitely will be one of your choice. Today, I am going to list 5 beautiful homes located at Desa Park City.For more information or more choices of beautiful homes, you can check here.
Sunday, January 31, 2010
Friday, January 29, 2010
Talking about pan mee, our friend SY had no compromise in the quality and taste of the pan mee. She claimed that this place is even better than Mei Yee Pan Mee at Taman Connought. In fact, the owner of this restaurant is her neighbour but sadly, they still charged us the normal price. Useless neighbour!
A must to have chilis to be added based on your taste and preferences.
Honey Sea Coconut cold @ RM 3 (hot @ RM 2.70)
Soya Milk + Cincau cold @ RM 3 (hot @ RM 2.80)
There is no additional charges (service/ governement tax) to the prices stated. Overall, I would say that the pan mee is of distinctive but slightly pricey. There are lot of choices for the handmade pan mee. It definitely worth a try. However, I still prefer the Mei Yee Pan Mee. Address: JoJo Little Kitchen, No 30 Jalan Kuchai Maju 9, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03- 79871090
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Needless to say, this is the most happening mamak in town! Those who love mamak session with bunch of friends must have visited this place or otherwise it will not complete. Where is it? It will be no other than SS2 PJ. This mamak is sort of fushion of Western food into mamak. Thats why you will see some food related to Western style. Between, some say this Murni is younger brother of Williams. Haven't try Williams before yet. Expect higher price at Williams. *SECOND VISIT* We went here for a dinner before heading to Tropicana Mall for Paranormal Activity. Warning! This move can make you dizzy and nausea. I experienced neck stiffness and a little bit nausea after watching it.
Carrot milk big, RM 4 (small, RM 2.50)
Orange juice big, RM 4 (small, RM2.50)
Apple juice big, RM 4 (small, RM 2.50)
Ribena Special, medium RM 5. Highly recommended.If you are not very thirsty or small 'drinker', be sure to mention medium when ordering. Otherwise, they will give you a big size one. This drink is blend of Ribena with nata de coco, longan and it is very sweet~
Roti Special, RM 4 which contains minced chicken, egg and cheese.
Roti Bacon, RM 6 which contains minced hamburger meat.
Roti Hawaii, RM 5 which contains minced chicken, pineapple, egg and cheese.
Shin Ying with her X factor sign
Cute little Hooi Hoon
Geeky Wan Nah
Mango special, highly recommended!Ah Mei with her Longan special. She loves this photo very much as it reflects her fairness. Haha.
Me & Chie Chek
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Well, I was being offered the job as student helper for doctorjob one month ago before the event started. Since I was looking for job that time which was during my holiday, I accepted the offer. More over, the event will be held on the first weekend of my new semester which usually no homework is expected. I also extend the offer to my friend, Suk Yen who was hunting job like me too. I went to the briefing on Friday rushing from Cheras to Wangsa Maju LRT then to KLCC. As predicted, I was late but it wasn't that bad when David followed by Suk Yen were the last. Haha. We were told on our job scope, expectation and etc. Basically, I was assigned as student helper for the survey team. This survey was named 'The Malaysian Student Surveys 2010' which only applicable to those aged 16 to 19 years old. The surveys actually tested the general awareness or knowledge on public and private tertiary education institutions as well as the interests on courses by the students. Those who completed the survey will be given a token of appreciation which is one the following:Thanks for the nang!
- Guide to scholarships handbook
- Guide to college & university (suitable for STPM leavers)
- Guide to pre-university (suitable for SPM leavers)
Wee Lin, X, Alex, Alvin, David and Me --> The guys
Added in was Tan Ling and Jiae Tan towards the right.The one in vest is Winnie, another survey team leader. Basically, both Shin Yin and Winnie treated us good. Though at some time we made some noises, lazying around, chatting and so on, they still treated us like their friends. We do receive constant checking and also reminder of the target we should reach by them at all time. Haha. The girl in vest is Denise. Though she was quite strict, she do chat and laughed together with us. Shin Yin was friendly too. When we have free time, she do chat and 'chui sui' with us. She was the one who keep track of the number of surveys we had done and constantly reminded us to get more and more and more surveys. Alright, the lady below Shin Yin is the Big Boss of doctorjob. She gave a motivational speech before the beginning of each day. When she spotted us while we doing our surveys, she will tell us to work harder and told us 'great job'. The disassembling of the booth after the education fair was officialy ended. Those who wore vest were the staff of doctorjob while us who wore t-shirt were the 'keh leh fheh'. Everyone was working hard so that they can go back early and have a good rest. I need to stand for two whole day from 10 am till 7 pm. Arghh.. my painful leg!
X, Wee Lin and his gf Jiae TanThe girl in vest was Chris Sou. I got to know her by chance. Basically, those staff were involved in doing sales for the doctorjob magazines. They themselves were divided into teams and the winner team will of course got rewards for their hardwork. doctorjob is an education publisher of which they compiled all information on particular field of study to help students in deciding their future career. There are 6 different topics of magazines including:
- Art, design & mass comm
- Health & sciences
- Hospitality & tourism
Towards the last hour of the final day, this magazine is sold at RM 3 only!!
New friendship gained during this job.We were provided with lunch on both day. Day 1, we ate fried rice with meat balls for our lunch. The meal was too dry. In the late afternoon, we were given curry puff and one more food which I forgot. In day 2, we will given nasi lemak with egg which was better than Day 1 meal. In the late afternoon, we were surprised to see J Co donuts placed on the table. Not only that, there was also cream puffs. On both days, mineral bottle were given. OMG! Where on earth we can find such good benefits! Lunch is usually provided but additional foods and waters are not very common. The staff were friendly too. We ate with them for lunch outside the convention centre and having a good time.
See our happy faces eating the J Co donuts~
Group photo~David and the photographer (passer by) of the above group photo. David was obviously flirting her. Haha.
At the KLCC Park
With the world tallest twin towers in the world!
David was searching for the big clock and I shot this for him.After that, we walked towards the food court for a dinner and sort of gathering before everyone possibly not meeting again in near future.
Group photo~T: Tan Ling, Kathy B: Suanne, Evon As for conclusion, I was glad that I had make the right choice to work for doctorjob for the 2 days education fair. I had meet with a lot of people mostly younger than me, chat with them and performed surveys on them. I also made a lot of new friendship within the student helpers as well as to my next door booth, Weisha and Srii and a macho Indian. Thank you doctorjob and remember to pay my salary. I am yet to receive it. Gosh, I'm poor!