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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Airasia free seats

Airasia is offering 1 million free seats to both domestic and international destinations depart from/to LCC Terminal, KLIA starting from today! Booking period is 26 Aug 2008 to 31 Aug 2008. Travel period is 1 Apr 2009 to 31 Jul 2009.

What are you waiting for? Book yourself a ticket for holiday now!

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Company trip to Hatyai

Hatyai map

This is our company's first ever company trip! We are going to Hatyai, Thailand for 3 days 2 nights.

The city is located about 30km (18.5 miles) from the Thai-Malaysian border. Hat Yai is a lively boomtown, the business centre of southern Thailand and also a popular tourist destination, particularly for men attracted by the nightclubs, massage parlors and brothels that are prohibited in certain country. A real interesting attraction is the huge reclining Buddha; you can enter the statue's torso to view the lungs and heart. Traditional bullfighting where bulls lock horns and push each other until one retreats is a popular spectator sport.

We stay at Novotel Hotel for these 2 nights. Nice room with excellent service. I'm actually surprise to see a staff standing beside of the lift just to push the lift's button for us.

There are Japanese buffet at the hotel lobby, looks delicious, however I myself never eat sushi, I don't like the feeling of eating raw meat! So I didn't try.

Busy street of Hatyai
Place to watch "Show"
This is where we took our breakfast, must try!

Picnic at Pulau Batik

Starts journey on 5.30am from Ipoh to Teluk Batik, make us possible to reach there by 7am. A total of 5 cars with 20 of us decided to pay a visit here few days before. Teluk Batik is very well known in the State of Perak. It seems all local people know this beach.

Once we reached at Teluk Batik, we unpacked all food and starts our breakfast! We brought breads, fried mee, curry chicken, hot dogs, nuggets, watermelon, mangoes, etc.

After 5 hours of picnicking, we packed and went on for our lunch!

Arriving home at 4pm finally.


Saturday, August 2, 2008

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Honeymoon at Pulau Redang

We went Pulau Redang for our honeymoon after our marriage on 07.06.2008. We drove all the way from Ipoh to Kuala Terrengganu for 8 hours, reaching the jetty by 10am to catch the ferry to Pulau Redang. It took about 2 hours from the jetty to the island.

Redang is located 45 km off the coast of Kuala Terengganu is the largest of the group of islands dotting the South China Sea off the Terengganu coast. The island offers crystal clear waters and numerous dive sites for the enthusiast. Sheltered within the Redang Island Marine Park, the waters here abound with marine life.

Redang Archipelago exists of 9 islands that abound with marvelous marine fishes, turtles and coral reefs that ensure great snorkeling and scuba-diving. The boat trip starts from the fishing village of Merang. This is a fishing village North of Kuala Terengganu.

The best time to visit Redang is between April and October. Take note that most resorts are closed during the Northeast Monsoon, which blows from November to March.

Redang island is perfect for snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, jungle trekking, boating and canoeing. This paradise-like island offers crystal clear water, pearly white shores, a colorful array of spectacular marine life, a breathtaking sunset and what could be the world's most mature coral gardens. This is your chance to see and be acquainted with the local eel, giant grouper, black tipped shark, etc. Chance encounter with the Green turtle and Hawksbill turtle is common. There are corals of every imaginable shape, size or color. The observant are rewarded with sights of flatworm, nudibranch, shrimp, squid, cuttlefish, stonefish, lionfish and pipefish.