Monday, September 2, 2013

Tabur east wing~ quite tough!!

Bukit Tabur East wing : A quite tough stone climbing place for us, very steep slopes. Not recommended for people who afraid height.

Have 2 times experience on Tabur west before, & finally manage to conquer Tabur east after researching & read some info from internet. It more difficult than west wing but risky is almost same, just need more care while climbing. Not sure whether is rain the day before, many mosquito at the 1st 30min journey, after that is bee surrounding...scary...

This the 1st view when you almost reach the car park area.
 After parking, go through follow the 2 big pipe , turn right in ,u will see a sign show 'cannot pass without permit', do not obey it, just pass it , this mean you go to the right path.

A good starting point here with 2 big pipe as a guide path~

1st 30min steeping up through jungle terrain, sandy, slippery , many mosquito. After that you can see a rope when reach the rocky, not really u need the rope if u can climb up by holding the rock (more safety).

Coming you can have your 1st view KL view then is the dam nice natural scene.

After the view , we still need keep going to the top on tabur east~ It the most steeping side.
This is our goal to the summit of tabur east.

It this steeping as i say??

What u thinking bout that?

End of tabur east~yeah!!
The summit you see far away, hear that is 'tabur extreme' , Our next destination!!!

Total time need : 3 hours

Item need :
- hiking shoes
- raincoat ( not recommend hike if rainning)
- small towel
- glove
- insect repellent
- extra cloth ( recommend long pant need)
- some safety kit.
- water & etc

Location: Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Start point: 3.232641N, 101.749952E 85m a.s.l.
End point: 3.232116N, 101.75739E 345m a.s.l.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Management Lessons from a 500 rupee note. Worth sharing~

Management Lessons from a 500 rupee note.

Prakash Iyer, Managing Director, Kimberly-Clark Lever and Executive Coach shares two important management lessons he learnt from a 500-rupee note. Read on: -

It happened some years ago but I can recall the evening like it happened just last week. 
I was in an audience listening to a motivational guru. The speaker whipped out his wallet and pulled out a five hundred-rupee note.  Holding it up, he asked, "Who wants this five hundred rupee note?"  Lots of hands went up. Including mine. 
A slow chorus began to build as people began to shout "Me!" "Me!"  I began to wonder who the lucky one would be who the speaker would choose. And I also secretly wondered - and I am sure others did too - why he would simply give away five hundred rupees. 
Even as the shouts of "I want it" grew louder, I noticed a young woman running down the aisle. She ran up onto the stage, went up to the speaker, and grabbed the five hundred-rupee note from his hand.

"Well done, young lady," said the speaker into the microphone.  "Most of us just wait for good things to happen. That's of no use. You've got to make things happen."  The speaker's words have stayed with me ever since. 'Simply thinking about doing something is of no use'  Our lives are like that. We all see opportunities around us. We all want the good things.
  But the problem is we don't take action.  We all want the five hundred rupee notes on offer. But we don't make the move. We look at it longingly . Get up, and do something about it. Don't worry about what other people might think. Take action.  Several years later, it was another day, another time. And another motivational guru.  As I watched him pull out a five hundred rupee note and hold it up for all to see, I thought I knew what he was going to do next.

But he just asked a simple question. "How much is this worth?"  "Five Hundred rupees!" the crowd yelled in unison. 
"Right," said the speaker. He then took the note and crumpled it into a ball and asked "How much is it worth now?"  "Five Hundred rupees!" screamed the audience.  He then threw the note on the ground, stamped all over it and picked up the note and asked one more time: "And how much is it worth now?"  "Five Hundred rupees!" was the response. 
"I want you to remember this," said the speaker.  "Just because someone crumples it, or stamps on it, the value of the note does not diminish.
All of you should all be like the five hundred rupee note.

In our lives, there will be times when we feel crushed, stamped over, beaten. But never let your self-worth diminish. Just because someone chooses to crush you - that doesn't change your worth one bit! 

Don't allow your self-worth to diminish because someone says something nasty -- or does something dirty -- to you."

Saturday, January 19, 2013


Today Our DFZ member challenge at bukit tabur (tabur hill) at wangsa maju near Zoo Negara.

Before go there, I review from internet & inform that it 1 of the most accident happen hill in Malaysia.

After been there, it feel good & more easier that I imagine.

1st is the location that we drive in.

Here alittle useful direction guide for you all who interest go there :

1. from MRR2 - Bukit jalil to Kepong

2. After zoo negara on your right, keep left to go under bridge (Go to Taman Melawati)

3. Turn right(Giant Taman Permata is on your left) and straight to the shop lot, school & housing area.

4. First roundabout, turn left

5. Meet 2nd round about, go straight

6. Meet a T-junction turn right

7.Got 2 road, 1 is going up, 1 is straight in a small road. Keep right.

8. Go forward & you wil reach the water jam area "Klang Gates dam" or Puncak Niaga facilities

. Ask the people there if confuse.

9. Maybe this will help

Top peak scenary 
2nd is the walk way, first 20min is consume much stamina. Then coming much stone area, you must becareful & will going slowly because need find every stable step to go up & down. It take 2hours to go up &1 haf hour to go down.

Note : Every step must careful then is not a problem for u all.

Overall, it quite relax when going up because of good view & wind blowing.

Most of the people will go down by the other path way. When u see this green rope, the other path way to go down is from here.
This easy path way is so bored & no wind at all.

Anyway, it a relaxing hiking trip for all.

Saturday, May 14, 2011



这里的人, 令我印象最深的就是他们礼貌.每当你去到那间商店,餐馆,商场里的每个部门...等。你就听到‘欢迎光临’这四个大字~~然后他们都会尽可能为你服务。还有那边工厂里的人,个个都待我们很好,很周到。这里的GM也好,engineer也好,见到面都会和你打招呼。工程师会很乐意的帮你拿工具箱。。等等。这里的技术人员也不是盖的,个个年轻人做事情时都很认真。他们的学习态度是我最佩服的,很值得我向他们学习。

这里的天气`, 像金马伦凉凉的,但是很干燥(附近没海),空气比较不新鲜(我那区开发着),下毛毛雨时就像云顶吹风时酱冷。冷过酒店里的冷气。哈哈!!

这里的地方,‘大’。去到那里都感觉‘大’。需要走多很多步,走啊走啊----还是走不完。去到那里都有行人路,路上都种了一排过的树,半路能看到凳子让你坐,随时能看到公共厕所让你解决。马路都很阔。。只是这里的交通有点乱,很多司机都不遵守 交通规则。还好他们驾车速度很慢,意外也就少了。







Friday, February 4, 2011



Monday, October 25, 2010


是我样子老呢, 还是她'吾识货'???
原来是自己的身份不同了,升级了.我要说一声 '再见单身了。
从七月的筹备,八月的实行,九月的准备,到十月的注册。就像这几天连续发生而已。每一刻我都希望能记住它,因为每一刻都真的很精彩,很美妙。大多数人生就 是这样的成长着的吧?我也不例外。每个人都希望在细节上加多一点色彩,让整个过程变得更独特,精彩。让自己和心爱的人留下一篇又一篇美好的回忆。让自己以后往 回一想,都能甜蜜在心头,微笑挂嘴边。真的不往此生啊!!!哈哈!!好像说得像安哥:-p