DK Impian | Damansara West | Malaysia

Starting Price from 320K to own a Soho!! Are you looking for a home-based lifestyle and having a better decorate Funiture to comfort you? Affortable houses is much been ask among buyers with middle income in Malaysia, while property market price are increasing Location is The most important feature for those who want to own a dream house, Concern always about Close to the workplace or school for the kids. Public transport like LRT/MRT and Buses operated are important too even we owning a car or bike, because sometime we would like to take Public transport to city centre avoiding from the massive jam.
DK Impian Damansara West provides cabinets, furniture and electrical items to complement each home with adding a RM45k(OPTIONAL) for the convenience of buyers. The Special About DK Impian is the dual-key layout which shares a single entrance, this modern layout addresses today's younger generations living lifestyle. While it’s private yet communal at the same time whereby one room act…

Snake and Reptile Farm, Perlis | Malaysia

The research facility and exhibition, 12 acres Snake and Reptile Farm of Perlis is surrounded by the Bukit Bintang Forest Reserve. It is located at Sungai Batu Pahat, in Perlis, Malaysia. It is around 10km away north of the state capital, Kangar on Route R11.
The Snake and Reptile Farm in Perlis is the only Snake Farm ever built in Malaysia. The farm is the major tourist attraction not only in Perlis, but the entire country, Malaysia. The main objective of the establishment of the Snake and Reptile Farm is to aid in the research in the production of anti - venom for local consumption by the Institute of Medical Research in Malaysia. It was established with a showcase of about 200 snakes of 34 different species from Malaysia and also the other parts of the world including King Cobra and python. Out of the 34 species, there are a total of 10 species that is poisonous. Reptiles that are to be seen lying around in the farm are crocodiles, monitor lizards and iguanas. The farm can be divi…

Kota Kayang Museum, Perlis | Malaysia

The Kota Kayang Museum (Muzium Kota Kayang) is a museum in Kuala Perlis, Perlis, Malaysia. The museum sits on a 2-hectare of land. Initially, the land was granted from King Syed Alwi to his younger brother Syed Salim bin Syed Muhammad Al-Jafri, who was at that time a senior minister to the King.
In the end of 19th century, Syed Salim constructed a residence for him and his family to stay until 1909 when the Anglo-Siamese Treaty of 1909 was signed. Afterwards, the building became the residence for British Malaya government officers. In 1941-1943, the building was taken over by the Imperial Japanese Army administration. In 1943-1945, the Royal Thai Armed Forces took over the building.
After the independence of Malaya in 1957, the building became the official residence of Perlis Chief Minister. In 1991, the building was demolished to make the Kota Kayang Museum. New building was reconstructed with the exact similar design with the former building. During the soil excavation work, artifa…

Kangar | Kuala Perlis | Arau | Kaki Bukit | Chuping | Kampung Wai | Perlis | Malaysia

Vol.6#Part 1 - This Episode , Colors of Lives Travelogue Exploring to Perlis Covering Six District among are Kangar, Kuala Perlis, Arau, Kaki Bukit, Chuping and Kampung Wai. Colours of Lives Travelogue Malaysia is organised by or Newly named Borakita.Media supported by Perlis Nature and Wildlife (PNW) And Special thanks to Perodua Malaysia and Arabic cocoa for being our sponsors.

WTF !! - Where's The Food!!!
Harum Manis mangoes Harum Manis mangoes are so popular in Malaysia, The cultivar, which name literally means aromatic and sweet, can only be grown on the soils of certain parts of Perlis. It is known for its rich, sweet flavour and succulent flesh. Its season starts in early April and ends in early June.
Bossku House Bossku House is a new name, opened just a month ago along Persiaran Jubli Emas, Kangar, Perlis. Located just Opposite of The Putra Regency Hotel, Operating from 7a.m to 12a.m. At Bossku, They serve Asian food, Local Malay delight, Western cuisine and It…