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

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Money Changer - Where to change?

This Sunday I'll be going to Bandung for a work trip. So as usual, I will need to convert some cash to Rupiah. I got this tips from a friend who works with one of the local bank. In order to convert the cash from Ringgit to Rupiah, or even US Dollar or Euro or Aussie Dollar or any other currency, there will be three options.

The first one is converting at the money changer at the airport. This is the most expensive and you may not get the best deal. For example, 1 million Rupiah may cost me about RM385 at the money changer at the airport.

The second way is by the bank money changer outside the airport. The price is better than the one in the airport. I tried to survey the rates and it is about 1 million Rupiah equivalent to RM375. So you save RM10!

The third way is to get the independent money changer. Which is not govern by the bank. You may get the best rate here. After surveying from these three money changers, the independent money changer offers the best rate. I manage to buy 1 million Rupiah for only RM365, with extra RM20 if compared to the money changer at the airport, or extra RM10 compared to the bank money changer!

so it goes like this

Airport money changer
1 million Rupiah = RM385

Bank money changer
1 million Rupiah = RM375

Independent money changer
1 million Rupiah = RM365

* rates on the 26th April 2010

This tips might only be applicable in Malaysia. I guess on some other part of the world, the money changer can only be handled by the banks. But anyway, remember to keep this tips. Plan your time wisely, and you can spend more!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Press Conference at Delicious

Today I had to attend a press conference at Delicious, Jalan Tun Razak for the Ramli Sarip's Wisdom of Nature (Tafsiran Alam). The Ramli Sarip's crew fetch me at the office and went straight to Delicious at 1pm. I had lasagne for lunch at the food is great! The place is nice and the price is slightly cheaper compared to The Chillies.

During the press conference, other supporting artist such as Misha Omar, Andre Goh and even Man Kidal came as well with Ramli Sarip. We had talks and the reporters were busy to get all the information needed. The pc ended at 5pm with Ramli Sarip performing a song for all the people attended.

Andre Goh, Misha Omar, Ramli Sarip and Wan Rusli

with Andre Goh

Man Kidal!

Misha posed for all the photographer

the lasagne was great!

the appetizer

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Its All About Fraser Hill

A refreshing weekend with my family at Fraser Hill. Actually it was a work trip, but I took the opportunity to bring my family up the hill for a vacation plus work. It was a three hour trip to Fraser Hill. It's supposed to be a two hour trip, but coincidently, the 'penamaan calon' happened to be on the same day at Hulu Selangor. We got stuck at Kuala Kubu Baru nearly one and a half hour.

But nevermind, we got there at 2pm, check in the Silverpark Resort and had lunch which was already prepared for us. The scenery was really nice, its windy and the temperature was 22 degrees (18 degrees at night!). I can see Ali was so excited to be in a new place. He kept looking everywhere, absorbing new things like a sponge. For dinner we had bbq, prepared by the MRA's and Muslim Aid's volunteers. Its quite a nice work trip and its great to avoid the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur. I just loved the fresh air which is hardly to sniff in KL.

I would recommend to visit Fraser Hill, to relax and to have a piece of mind. For the route, should opt for Selayang - Rawang - Kuala Kubu Baru - Fraser Hill (2 hours driving).

at Silverpark Resort

we had our volunteers as the photographer...:)

Ali exploring everything

its refreshing!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Myanmar and Italian Food

I had breakfast during the UNHCR meeting at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Pulut with the masalodeh.

And at night, my wife prepared a spaghetti which was so delicious! Never had this before....

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Thanks To My Dear Wife

It was my birthday yesterday and my wife took me for an early dinner in Wangsa Walk to taste the delicious marinated lamb chop at TGI Fridays. Even though my schedule was a little bit tight, I manage to squeeze my time to have dinner with my family. We went to Wangsa Walk at 6pm, and luckily there were not so many customer yet. So we ordered the appetizer and meals. Ali had a free meal since he is below 12 years old, well, he's not even 1 year old! So his mom and dad finished it up!

The TGI Fridays's staff had a surprise for me by singing the happy birthday song and ask me to make a wish. They gave a slice of chocolate cake for me to share with my wife. It was so sweet, even Alli was happy. Thanks to my wife for planning this for me and I love my wife so much. Thank Allah for having her for me and a blessing son as well:)

the appetizer

Ali's meal

mama's meal covered with melted cheese!

papa's meal, marinated lamb chop!

Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi

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