The main reason why Malaysian get barred by PTPTN is your outstanding payment. As usual when it comes to Hari Raya, I’m going back to Singapore with my family for a celebration. So, I need to go out of Malaysia and make sure my name is clear.
So, I thought did jot down my top pick Ramadan buffet / break fast in Malaysia. The full review is available at the link.
Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside has been always my 1st choice when it comes to buffet Ramadan. This year, I had the opportunity to be part of their Ramadan Magical Nights. What else you ask for other than beautiful hotel, cozy environment and delicious food? For me, Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside is a must come place every year to satisfy my buffet Ramadan thirst.
With over 100 Malaysian and International dishes plus 7 forms of live entertainment every Ramadan evening, you would be delighted with this new and innovative way in which to celebrate the upcoming Ramadan. Compared to other places offering a Ramadan feast as well, this year, Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside has prepared a different mood and ambiance; mimicking the traditional “rumah terbuka”.
This is the tips. If you add on RM20, you can go to skybox & skydeck. I went there before and trust me. It’s really cool! My experience : http://bit.ly/1r6fnZ4
If you happen to be in IOI City Mall Putrajaya, I strongly advise you to give 57 Hotpot & Asian Cuisine Restaurant a try. Basically, it is all about steamboat and Asian cuisine. Located on the second floor at IOI City Mall, the restaurant had a really nice decoration, unique ‘peacock’ design and theme.
Rymba Haven : More info
I was invited by Rymba Haven to try their Iftar Ramadan. To be honest, I’m so excited to see what they have and I’m glad I could drop by Nilai once again.
Overall, I would rate 7/10 for the venue. I quite like their concept and of course their “jungle” feel. 8/10 for the services and 6/10 for the food. I believe they could do much better than what I had yesterday. Maybe it was their first day of the event and I really hope I would have the opportunity to drop by again in future.
Recently we were invited by an old school singer, Amir Pearl. He invited us to try his new restaurant known as Kantan Hotplate. Well, he just runs this restaurant for 23 days. They served West Asia cuisine. A combination of Western and Cuisine.
Personally, I give 5/10 for their Asian food and 7/10 for their Western food.
However, as a tradition, the ﬁrst day of Ramadhan is important for me to celebrate at my hometown, Johor Bharu. I’m a dessert person and if there has one dessert that I always prepare for my family, the answer is of course Puding Laici. Well, it’s just a simple dessert that I always prepare for my family. The reason why I use Yeo’s Laici as the main ingredient because my family and I totally trust the brand due to their goodness & Halalness
Tips: Keep your old driving license. Use it whenever you have to give your drivers license to the security guard. In that case, your driving license will maintain new.
How to renew your driving license?
• Go to your nearest JPJ branch / Post office (http://www.jpj.gov.my/hubungi-kami / http://www.pos.com.my/post-offices/outlet-locations/?pos-malaysia-outlets)
• Get your Q Number for the counter
• Present your IC, indicates renewal durations (1/ 2/ 5 years).
• Make an immediate payment at the counter.
• They will issue a slip -do submit the slip to the respective counter.
• Wait for your name to be called
• Your new driving license will be ready in 10 minutes.
Where to renew?
• JPJ branch (http://www.jpj.gov.my/hubungi-kami)
• Post office (http://www.pos.com.my/post-offices/outlet-locations/?pos-malaysia-outlets)
What to bring?
• Malaysia ID (IC)
- Low pay. Roughly RM1000/per month compare than RM2000/month for local worker.
- Attitude: Based on my experience, Indonesian worker is work harder compare than local worker when it comes to labor work. Usually, they do not have other activity after working hours. So, they can have a good rest at night.
- No extra allowance. We just have to provide accommodation and sometimes we treat them lunch. Basic documentation such as insurance, medical card and visa are covered by the agency.
Just in case if you don’t know, I have my own Digital Profile for my PR friends/clients. Usually I will send to PR or Company who required my social media services. I will update once a month such as stats, media exposure, etc. Do let me know if you need my digital profile.
Why blogger need a digital profile?
With a simple understanding of branding yourself, It is important to let people know who you are and what exactly you did. Clients also want to know what is your reach and who are your audience based on your stats.
To complete the missing puzzle, preparing your own Social Media Digital Profile is the answer.
Please take note: This is from my own perspective. Some of you might don’t agree with me.
First impressions do count?
Everyone has a different perspective when it comes to online profile or I call it as Digital Profile. For me, it is an opportunity to tell your story the way you want it told. It is an asset to build your personal and professional brand. My productions house marketing is 90% based on social media.
Benefit of Digital profile?
There’s a lot of benefit you can gain and the most obvious is the opportunity. I must admit that some of you are well known among your client or blogger community. However, not everyone knows what exactly you do or what do you blog about. You can grab this opportunity to tell people about your strengths and downplays those other areas that may not be so strong.
Good news for those who planning to go back for Hari Raya next week. Plus Malaysia is having good promotion for those who travel more than 100KM. As for me, I will be going back to Johor Bahru and my normal toll rate almost up for RM50. With the upcoming campaign, I can simply get up to 50% discount.
13 & 23 July 2015 : 50% discount
14 & 22 July 2015 : 40% discount
15 & 21 July 2015 : 30% discount
Discount will be given to Class 1 Vehicle users.
The rebate is given to those travelling more than 100 kilometres and paying toll electronically on the PLUS highways.
PLUS will be offering toll rebates up to 50 percent to the public paying toll electronically for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri holidays.
PLUS Malaysia Berhad Managing Director, Dato’ Noorizah Hj Abd Hamid said, “The toll rebate will be given to Class 1 Vehicle users paying toll electronically on Off-Peak Days on 13, 14, 15, 21, 22 and 23 July in conjunction with the Hari Raya. The rebate is given to those travelling more than 100 kilometres on the PLUS highways.”
According to Noorizah, a 50 percent toll rebate will be given to highway users paying toll electronically via PLUSMiles and Touch ‘n Go card or SmartTAGs on 13 and 23 July. A 40 percent toll rebate will be given to electronic toll paying users on 14 and 22 July. Meanwhile, a 30 percent toll rebate will be given to highway users paying toll electronically on 15 and 21 July.
The rebate is part of an initiative to distribute the traffic and to encourage the public to travel on Off-Peak Days. It is also an effort to reward the highway users and the public.
PLUS has also finalised other approaches and strategies to help the public enjoy smoother travel on the highways during the upcoming festive season. This includes the issuance to the Travel Time Advisory (TTA) and others.
“Details of these initiatives will be issued to the media at a special media briefing and conference,” Noorizah said.
For details, please contact PLUSLine at 1800 88 0000 or HERE!