Thursday, November 11, 2010

Royaltown Homestay






Do you ever wanted to go to Ipoh, Taiping, Sungai Siput or perhaps Kuala Kangsar with your convoy or attending wedding invitation over there but you have no where to go? Renting a hotel room will cost you a lot of money, especially when you need more than one room. So, where should you go? Royaltown homestay is your choice.

Royaltown homestay is a new homestay located in Taman Chandan Puteri 4, Bukit Chandan, Kuala Kangsar, Perak. It is a big house that has two levels. The porch of the house is rather big and can fit in a lot of motorcycles or at least three cars.

The first level has
  • One living room fit in with television, and nice atmosphere.
  • One dining room with a Japanese style table and runners.
  • One kitchen completes with electric kettle and dining ware.
  • One sitting toilet complete with shower.
The second level has
  • One praying room complete with sajadah.
  • One room complete with two cupboards, three mattresses including sheets/pillows/blanket, one makeup furniture, one sitting toilet complete with shower, balcony, 4 comforters.
  • One room complete with three cupboards, four mattresses including sheets/pillows/blanket, one sitting toilet complete with shower.
  • One room complete with one cupboard, one king size mattresses including sheets/pillows/blanket, one sitting toilet complete with shower.
Price? Amazingly its only RM150-RM170 per night!

Location? The homestay address is No 940, Persiaran Chandan 2/6, Taman Chandan Puteri Fasa 4, 33000, Kuala Kangsar, Perak.

Strategic? The location is near all hot sites in Kuala Kangsar including the infamous gallery of Sultan Azlan Shah, MCKK, and many more. It is also located between Ipoh and Taiping, both highways and old roadways. It is also the entrance to Kelantan if you wanted to go there from Grik.

Interested? Go to http://sebaikbaikcahaya.wordpress.com/about/hubungi/

Monday, May 31, 2010

Press Release CMT-LL4G

PRESS RELEASE
Monday 31st May 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Government of Malaysia is urged to condemn Israeli raid on the Lifeline4Gaza humanitarian aid flotilla
Latest Development on the Lifeline4Gaza Flotilla;
1. As have been widely publicised, the Lifeline4Gaza flotilla has come under attack by the Israeli armed forces. Israeli aggressors have boarded the capital ship Mavi Marmara and open fire resulting in 3 volunteers dead and more than 30 others seriously injured. Mavi Marmara is one of the 7 strong flotilla enroute to Gaza to deliver the much awaited material aids to the besieged people of Gaza.
2. Twelve volunteers including media representatives from Malaysia is on board the capital ship Mavi Marmara. Their participation is purely humanitarian in nature.
3. All the objectives and movement of the flotilla is in compliance with the UN Security Council Resolution 1860 (2009) and all relevant maritime regulations. Resolution 1860 stated among others:
a) Appeal for deliverance of humanitarian aid to Gaza including food, fuel and medical assistance.
b) Urge efforts to ease passage and other mechanisms for the unimpeded deliverance of aids.
c) Call for all nations to support such efforts at the international level to alleviate the dire humanitarian and economic situation in Gaza
d) condemns acts of agression and attacks on civilians and all forms of acts of terrorism.
Every Malaysian participants in the flotilla are holding fast to the international regulations and laws and vow to uphold the goodname of Malaysia and our national aspirations.
4. The flotilla is laden with 10,000 tonnes of material aid. Over 540 volunteers are on board Mavi Marmara, including Parliamentarians, academics, journalists, scholars, an infant less than a year old and a senior citizen over 80 years old. No weapons were brought in this flotilla even for self defense which testifies to the wholly humanitarian nature of the mission.
5. Based on these facts it is very clear indeed that Israel has violated international laws. Whatmore the raid took place in international waters and on an unarmed aid ship on a humanitarian mission. Israeli rash action deserve a worldwide condemnation in the strongest possible term.
6. We appeal to the Government of Malaysia under the premiership of YAB Dato’ Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak and Datin Seri Paduka Rosmah Mansor in her capacity as patron for the Palestinian Aid Donations Drive to issue a statement condemning Israel for the murderous aggression on a peaceful flotilla whose objective is to deliver aid to the beseiged people of Gaza.
7. We call for the UN to convene an emergency assembly to pass a strong resolution against Israel and to summon Israeli leaders to the international court of justice for crime against humanity.
8. We call upon the Malaysians from all walks of life to express their utmost concern of the grave situation and to be ready to respond to any need for action and calls for our support in dealing with the incident.
9. We appeal to all political leaders, NGOs and the Malaysia people to join together in coming to the aid of the volunteers.
10. We also call upon every strata of the society to continue to supplicate and pray for the success of this mission and the safety of the volunteers from further untoward incidence.
Zulkifli Mohd Nani
Chairman
Crises Management Team for LL4G Malaysia

 
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