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Makan angin di dalam dan luar negeri. (Gambar di Yangon, Myanmar)

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Isu semasa di Malaysia dan luar negara. (Gambar di perkarangan Masjid Al-Aqsa, Baitulmaqdis)

Friday, December 31, 2010

From Sg Siput to Batu Gajah and Back to KL

After visiting one of our ex student at Sg Siput, we took the opportunity to visit an old friend, Nuruddin Bashah, or Din Bashah at Batu Gajah, Perak. Luckily we had the GPS and it was not a problem to reach Nuruddin's place. We arrived there at 8.30pm and Nuruddin were just back home with his wife. They went shopping and prepared delicious fried noodles.

It was nice to have Yusuf and Nuruddin together as we all share the same common. We love charity and social work. Nuruddin is active in Ipoh and Penang, while Yusuf and I in KL. We'll be more focussing on the refugees issue and InsyaAllah next year will be a new chapter for us. More activities to be planned the whole year!

the trip before we went to visit Nuruddin
trip 1
trip 2

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Maher Zain is back in town!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Nasi Ayam Hailam Anjung Qaseh

Location: Anjung Qaseh, Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
Food: Nasi Ayam Hailam

Nasi ayam or chicken rice is one of my favourite dishes for lunch. I had a very nice hailam chicken rice at Anjung Qaseh, located at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur. The souce and sambal is delicious and normally I'll have to plate of rice for this chicken rice. For me, what makes the chicken rice delicious is the souce, sambal. If both of them are good, then the chicken rice would be good as well. It cost only RM4 for the nasi ayam hailam. So for those nasi ayam lovers, you should try nasi ayam hailam from anjung qaseh!

the souce, yummy!

map to Anjung Qaseh

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Ikan Bakar Istana Negara

One of my favorite restaurant for ikan bakar (grilled fish) is at the Istana Negara (National Palace) located at Jalan Bellamy, Kuala Lumpur. I tried a few ikan bakar restaurant other places and I think this place is one of the best. There is three ikan bakar restaurant at Jalan Bellamy and I had tried all of them. The third one in the row is the best.

grilled terubuk
map to ikan bakar Istana Negara

Normally I'll order the grilled squid which is YUMMY! It comes with its spicy souce which you can taste the juice splashing in your mouth! My wife had ikan terubuk bakar (grilled terubuk). I'm not really a fan for grilled fish but pari bakar (grilled sting ray) would be just nice. The price for the grilled squid and griled fish is between RM8 to RM18 according to the size. So if you're in KL or planning to come to KL, you might opt this place for lunch!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Friday, November 19, 2010

Eidiladha 2010

Its been a while I've been blogging in this blog. Just after the Eidiladha, then I got this opportunity to update some of my activities during the eid. Since I had just 1 off day, I decided to celebrate the eid with the orphans from ASDAF. I went to Rumah Titian Kaseh (RTK) as well since its just behind my house, well its about 1 km from my house.

I bought a knife, just incase if they need me to help cut the meat at ASDAF. There were so many people at ASDAF and when I was there, they had already slaughtered six cows! It was so quick and we all help each other to cut the meat out and put it into the plastic bag, 1 kg perbag before distributing it out. The ASDAF kitchen made soup from the qurban meat and it was really delicouse! We had as well the gearbox soup and everyone enjoyed it.

cutting the meat

one of the organ in the cow

watcha looking at?

gearbox, nyum2

free massage from the indegenous children

to the village!

cool air

landslide on the way to the village

On the second Eid, I went to Kampung Pontos, an indegenous village in Raub, Pahang with a few ASDAF children and the management. We started our journey at 4.30am and arrived at the place at 8am. We slaughtered 22 cows and distributed it to the people at the village.

On the way to the village, there was a landslide but luckily we manage to cross over the road. We had to go back early to avoid from raining. We were worried if its gonna rain, the land slide would become worst and it will be impossible to go back to KL.

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Qurban For Life is Back!

Dear Brother/Sister

Assalaamu alaikum – Peace be upon you

What will YOU sacrifice, this Eid?
Aaishah (RA) narrates the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) said:
"There is nothing dearer to Allah during the days of Qurbani than the sacrificing of animals. The sacrificed animal shall come on the Day of Judgement with its horns, hair, and hooves (to be weighed). The sacrifice is accepted by Allah before the blood reaches the ground. Therefore sacrifice with an open and happy heart."
[Tirmidhi & Ibn Maajah]

In the first ten days of Dzul-Hijjah, as we increase our prayer and dhikr, and we make arrangements to carry out Qurbani, let us remember our needy brothers and sisters. Is it not our duty to ensure that they are able to celebrate Eid with the rest of the Ummah?

This Eid-ul-Adha, please help us provide respite from months of hunger, to some of the world’s poorest people.

Muslim Aid is carrying out Qurban For Life programs in 47 countries worldwide including Malaysia. As little as RM380 can buy Qurban in a country where the need is greatest. For a detailed list of countries where we perform Qurbani on your behalf, please click;

or call us on 603-22881996 to buy your Qurbani.

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Eid Mubarak!

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Remember the Hotline 1-800-88-0000

What a trip from KL to Penang. It was my first time having a tyre puncture since 2001. I knew one of the tyre had less air but I just decided to ignore it until it got punctured at KM159 North Bound. I was calm enough to just change the tyre, then I realized I didn't manage to open the final nut! There was 4 nut, only three manage to open. I was really tired and felt like breaking my fast as it was 4pm and the sun is till up there and making me sweat. Then I decided to try call Plus Hotline and they came just 5 minutes after the call. Yeah, they're really quick! They help me to loosen the final nut, and used my extra tyre in the my bonnet as the replacement. And it was free! Thanks to Plus Highway for making my day today! So remember guys, always keep the Plus Hotline number, 1-800-88-0000 in your handphone, just incase any emergency happen at the Plus Highway, they will come to the rescue:)

Plus emergency team came to the rescue

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Sugar and sugar

The rising price of sugar had been a hot issue for a while just before the incoming Ramadhan. Since the price had gone up, I don't think it will stop people from consuming sugar, as it's essential in almost all Malaysian delicacy. I remembered my last visit to a clinic in Penang, when I saw a poster about the amount of sugar in our daily use. Normally between a can of soda and a can of soy milk, I will opt for soy milk because we all know about the greatness of soy milk. It seems sugar in a can of soy milk in much more compared to a can of soda, especially coca-cola!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Ramadhan Mubarak!

Assalamualaikum wrb,

I pray you are well InsyaAllah

The month of Ramadan is a time for inner reflection where we engage in a month long process of repentance, self control and renewal. It is also a time of intensive worship, increased recital of the holy Quran, giving charity, purifying one’s behaviour and performing good deeds. May Allah (SWT) grant us all the tawfeeq to reach the blessed month of Ramadan and make great use of this month by implementing the above and getting closer to Allah (SWT).

Together we make this Ramadhan a truly successful month by performing good deeds and increasing our relationship with Allah (SWT).

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Muslim Aid FC vs Kachin Refugees Community (KRC)

Last four years was the last time I played football and this time is for Muslim Aid FC. We were involved with the UNHCR League. The format is almost the same as World Cup, but only 16 teams will be playing for the UNHCR Cup. All the teams are from the refugees community and only the Muslim Aid FC consist of local players. The first game against the Kachin Refugees Community (KRC) went well when we scored the first goal on a counter attack. But since we didn't had enough stamina, we went down 1-3 to KRC. The next game will be after raya on the 19th Sept at the same place, Taman Pudu Ulu. All Muslim Aid FC supporters are invited!

oh man, they scored again!

it was a good game....

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Football is a Successfull Example of Integration

BERLIN (Reuters) - Immigrants have helped give Germany a strong team at the World Cup, the country's Sport Minister Thomas de Maiziere said in a radio interview on Monday.

He said the large number of players of foreign origin in the side was an indication of improving integration in a country of 82 million with a foreign population of about seven million.

"It's tremendous progress -- 11 of the 23 Germany players are from immigrant families," de Maiziere, who is also the Interior Minister, told Deutschlandfunk radio.

"They've worked hard, delivered a great performance. They wanted to become German citizens and they've done that without turning their backs on their home countries," he added. "We've accepted that and they're loved as much as anyone else.

"It's a successful example of integration -- a role model for our country."

The families of Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski came from Poland, Mesut Ozil is of Turkish descent, Sami Khedira's father is from Tunisia, Jerome Boateng's father is Ghanaian and Mario Gomez was born to a Spanish father and German mother.

Guest workers have been coming to Germany for decades but until recently few children of foreigners played for Germany. Before the citizenship law was reformed in 1999, conservative governments had said Germany was not a country of immigrants.

"This soccer team is a successful example of integration," added de Maiziere. "Those who work hard will be accepted and those who have faith (in Germany) will have opportunities."

The national team has been opening itself up since the 1998 World Cup when many in Germany hailed the ethnic diversity of the French side that won the trophy after an all-white German team lost 3-0 to Croatia in the quarter-finals.

credit to

p/s we hope one day Malaysia will make Germany as a good example for integration between the locals and immigrants (refugees)...

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Friday, June 25, 2010

New Facelift For Our Lift

Previously our lift at Bandar Baru Sentul is full of vandalism at it really hurt my eyes watching it. With all the nonapprprate drawings and 'mural' as the wall is easily being scratch. Now the office management had done a good work by replacing the wall chrome in color. So I hope the wall is scratch and marker resistance, at least it will look nice without any marks.

new look

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Acar Tokbi Superb!

Sejak akhir-akhir ini, susah sangat nak dapatkan acar buah yang sedap. Tapi selepas mendapatkan acar buah yang dibuat oleh nenek seorang kawan, barulah dapat rasa acar buah yang rasanya superb! Sebelum ini kebanyakan acar buah yang sudah saya rasa, tidak cukup umph, yang disediakan masa kenduri kahwin pun jarang yang sedap. Kemungkinan kerana bahan-bahan yang digunakan ini yang amat mempengaruhi rasa acar buah.

Sempena dengan bulan Ramadhan yang bakal tiba ini, saya bercadang untuk menjual homemade acar buah yang nenek kawan saya buatkan. Bisnes acar ini saya namakannya acar tokbi. Acar yang sangat sedap susah nak dapat di tempat lain.

contoh saiz bekas yg akan digunakan

Antara bahan-bahan yang digunakan untuk menghasilkan acar tokbi ini ialah mempelam, betik, belimbing, kulit limau, limau kasturi, asam bulat, buah ceri 3 warna, kurma, lobak masin dan macam-macam lagi.

Harga: RM15
Size: Bekas taufufah
Bahan: mempelam, betik, belimbing, kulit limau, limau kasturi, asam bulat, buah ceri 3 warna, kurma, lobak masin dan buah jeruk yang lain
Tempahan: Tempahan dibuka sehingga 24 Julai 2010. Penghantaran akan dilakukan pada awal Ogos sebelum bulan Ramadan.
Penghantaran: Sekitar KL dan Pulau Pinang

Untuk setiap tempahan, sila email ke bersama bukti pembayaran dan butiran berikut
No Tel:

Untuk sebarang pertanyaan, boleh hubungi saya di 012-3377195

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Said Ali Restaurant

A few days back my family and I went to search for new restaurant for our dinner. We went to Sri Rampai Business Park and there were several restaurant but there's restaurant that attract us. Said Ali Restaurant at Jalan Rampai Niaga 5. When I went through the menu, there's nasi goreng tomyam, one of my favourite nasi goreng. So I decided to try. The last time I had a nice nasi goreng tomyam was when I was still studying in UIAM at Siddiq Cafe. Since then, I can't really find a really good nasi goreng tomyam. But this time the nasi goreng tomyam at Said Ali is damn good! Just love it and the price is quite reasonable. Its going to be our favourite dining!

neat and nice

yummy nasi goreng tomyam!

map to Said Ali Restaurant, Sri Rampai, Wangsa Maju

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Friday, June 4, 2010

Amir Made us Spaghetti For Lunch!

Its Friday and everyone loves Friday. Amir made a surprise as he brought spaghetti for everyone in the office. He said he made itself and it was delicious! I wish one day I can cook something for my office, or maybe just wait after raya for my open house:)

everyone is enjoying the spaghetti

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Riders Malaya Community in Harian Metro Again!

Riders Malaya Community in the news again and this time its about the first ride for 2010 to Felda Gedangsa, Behrang.

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Friday, May 28, 2010

Tiger Prawn For Lunch

Its just great to be back in my hometown Penang. My father just came back from Kota Kinabalu and he bought a few kilos of tiger prawn (udang harimau). It was so big and fresh and it cost RM60 perkilo in Kota Kinabalu. I knew the price here in Semenanjung may hike up to RM130 perkilo for this jumbo tiger prawn.

My mom did the butter prawn for lunch and it was very tasteful. I could only eat up 4 four of it and end up full already. The taste was juicy and sweet! One day if I got the chance going to Sabah, I'll try to get this tiger prawn for sure:)

fried tiger prawn

butter tiger prawn

great taste!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Deep Purple in Malaysia!

Date: 16 May 2010

I had this opportunity to watch Deep Purple Concert at Genting Arena Al Stars. Thanks to Ariff, a friend of mine back in Penang who came to KL for the concert. He had extra tickets since his dad can not make it to KL the same day.

Even though I don't really know about Deep Purple, but I really enjoyed it. The only song I know is Soldier of Fortune but unfortunately they didn't sing that song. Its full of energy, and that is what I like most! They played nearly 15 songs and we can call them veterans and I guess they are famous in the 70s and 80s.

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Home Made Siakap 3 rasa

My wife did the siakap 3 rasa (sweet and sour barrumandi) and it was marvelous! The siakap cost less than RM10 and home made cook is always good and healthy.

a little bit of spice is just nice

And for our open house next raya, my wife will be making char koey tiow, nyum nyum. Just plan 4 month ahead:)

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Work Trip To Bandung part 5

Final day, we went to Tangkuban Parahu, its a dead volcano and the only place in Indonesia where tourist are allowed to visit such place. The scenery was awesome! We went down to Kawah Domas to experience the hot spring and mud massage. It took about half and hour jungle tracking from the car park to the Kawah Domas. I bought the volcano mud and also sulfur and manage to bring it back to Malaysia without any problem at the airport custom!

can smell the sulfur

boiling spring water

mud massage

at the gate of Kawah Domas

arriving at Tangkuban Parahu

you can see the different after I 'boiled' my leg

tracking to Kawah Domas

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

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