Eco Murai Rimba

Went to a beautiful place last month. It is at Batang Kali. The place is called Eco Murai Rimba and there is a river just opposite. The river is clean. So we can bathe there. Check out my video.

I like it very much, but it is abit scary at night as it is in the jungle.

Batik Painting at Barakaff Exclusive

I visited a batik shop last month. Check out my video

It was fun. I get to see people make batik and I paint batik too.

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Batik factory

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We get to try batik painting. This time nobody push me. So I paint too.

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I made two. Bunga raya and bunga refllesia. πŸ™‚

I was very happy. Mummy bought some clothes. But there is none for me. Because they only sell adult clothes there.

Barakaff Exclusive
Lot 2095, Batu 9,
Jalan Gombak,
53000 Selangor.

Getting to Know Mandailing Tribe at Bougainvillae Homestay

Homestay is always interesting. I went to stay in homestays a couple of times with Papa and Mummy and I like them very much. The most recent homestay we visited is Bagasta Bougainvillae Homestay. It is nearby my home, somewhere in Gombak.

This homestay is run by Mandailing people. And they are very big on culture.

Check out my video. One day with Mandailing people. It is very interesting.

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When we arrived, there are people playing traditional drums. It goes boom boom and bam bam.

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Uncle Libra and abang RTM is welcomed by  ‘penghulu’ of the homestay. They put a scarve on his neck and dance as he walked inside the homestay.

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Emily Jie Jie cooking tempe. It is one of the things we did that day. She keep screaming while cooking. She was afraid of the hot oil.

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Nasi Upah Upah. A special traditional rice cooked by Mandailing people. They usually serve this on people’s birthday and for sick people.

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The rice is for sharing. I just ate the chicken. It is very tasty.

The Mandailing people are very interesting. I really like them. They are very friendly and during lunch, they keep ask me if I want more food. I was very happy.

Bagasta Bougainvillae Homestay
No 78, Jln KSK 4,
Kg Sungai Kertas,
68100 Batu Caves.

Extreme Sports at Gua Damai Extreme Park

Here is a video I made during my visit to Gua Damai Extreme Park with my parents and uncle and aunties from Tourism Malaysia Selangor.

It was really amazing. You can do extreme sports here. There is rockclimbing, abseiling and cave exploration too. You can also visit if you want to. Below is the info:

Wira Adventure Consultant
No 3-2, Jalan PGN 1A/1,
Pinggiran Batu Caves,
68100 Batu Caves, Selangor
[email protected]
Mustapha: 012-4812005

Amazing Trip with Tourism Malaysia Selangor

My mummy is a very adventurous person. She is very different from everyone else. I’m a lucky boy because she don’t really care if I do well in school or not.

Sometimes I pity her. People sometimes says she fail as I don’t do well at school, because I am autistic and I am dyslexic. The only way for me to communicatd is online and through writing with my ipad. (I cannot write normally. It will all be backwards. And I have problems talking. It hurt my head when I do.)

But I think mummy is amazing. Cousins my age all have to go tuitions and have no life outside school, and they get scolded even when they score their exam, but I don’t have to worry about that and get to see the world because of her. They always show off. Friends too. I never like it. But it is okay. They don’t get to have fun like me.

Last week, we followed trip with Tourism Malaysia Selangor. We had fun. A lot. I like the people there. They are kind and friendly. Not like some people I meet. They don’t look at me as if I’m a freak or call me retard.

We went to alot places in just one day.

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First we went to Gua Damai. For rock climbing. Mummy did rock climbing. But she don’t let me do it. Because it is too tall.

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Then we visited a homestay. We get to eat nasi upah and cook sambal tempe.

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And then, we visited a Batik shop. It is called Barakaff Exclusive. Here, we get to to do Batik painting at the factory area

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Lastly, we stay a night in Eco Murai Rimba. It is a nice and quiet place and there is a river just opposite of it where everyone go and swim the next day.

I will tell you more about these places. It is really fun. I promise.

Stay tune, for more. You can also follow our family blog https://blogging- helped with video and picture edit there because mummy don’t know how) or my instagram @aliengotravel for update. πŸ™‚ Say hi. And I will say hi to you back.

Melaka Alive: Pirate Adventure

Do you like pirate? I like pirates, so Mummy brought me to Melaka Alive: Pirate Adventure. This is the second time I visit Melaka Alive. My first time was in April. Back in April, it was for 5D Bahtera Merdeka performance.

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Bahtera Merdeka is actually a stage kind of ship. It is located in front of Proclamation of Independence. The landmark is the famous Porta de Santiago. You know, the building people usually mistake as the A Famosa.

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Melaka Alive new attraction: Pirate Adventures. Here, you can go up in the ship and play pirate for a day.

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There are a lot of pirates inside the ship and you need to find your way out. It is something like the horror or ghost house, but instead of ghost, there are pirates and monsters in it.

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You will need to walk through the jungle

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And search for treasure. But careful, there is a dungeon here.

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Octopus attack! You need to fight the octopus before you can go out.

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Beat it up! Yeehaaaaa!

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Get rewarded with treasure! It is a really fun place for an adventure.

Below is information for it if you want to go.

Operating hours;

Monday – Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday – Sunday and Malaysia Public Holidays: 10am – 9:30pm

GPS N 2.191 261 E 102.250 725


Gotong Royong at Pantai Bagan Lalang

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC) has organized ‘Voluntourism PUSPANITA IM4U at Pantai Bagan Lalang, Sepang, Selangor back in 22th August 2015 and I went with Papa, Mummy and Uncle Koz.

We were brought to visit the Mobile Library, Booths and Exhibition site where Santai Teh Tarik Tourism sessions will be held before heading to the beach.

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Dirty beach before the cleaning process.

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Planting trees at the beach along Avani Sepang Gold Coast

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A group photo of volunteers. How come mummy so bad. Never snap my photos doing work?

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Nice or not? This is after the gotong royong.

Santai Teh Tarik Tourism: Culture and Heritage Tourism

Had some fun with Papa and Mummy at recent event. Santai Teh Tarik Tourism.

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Santai Teh Tarik Tourism: Culture& Heritage Tourism. All things related to traveling.

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Musical performance by school children

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Uncle and auntie from Tourism Malaysia Selangor. I met them many times in a few events Papa and Mummy brought me to.

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Pebble painting.

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Batik painting

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Craft making demo

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Pretty artworks and origami.

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Cupcake making and decorating

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Delicious cupcakes, but did not take any.

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Dodol making in progress.

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Dodol is looks weird here.
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I dare not try.

After the event…we went to the beach and lunch.

Fun at Malaysia International Mask Festival 2015

I love mummy. She always bring me for many fun outings. This one was at a mask festival.

Malaysia International Mask Festival (MIMAF) 2015 was held from August 13-16 at Esplanade Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) Park and hosted by Ministry of Tourism and Culture (Motac) via the National Department for Culture and Arts (JKKN).

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Too far to get close up look of the performance, so we didn’t stay for it.

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Entrance to the mask exhibition.

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Masks for you to try on that night

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Mask making demo session

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Mask making in progress

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Mask colouring process

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A semi complete Jalur Gemilang themed mask

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Strange looking masks on display

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Colourful but freaky

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The many faces mask

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Weird mask from Thailand

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At the Mah Meri Aborigin

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Mummy playing monster here

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Children, trying all sort of masks on

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Nenek Kebayan

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JKKN performers in their full costumes.

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Mummy and I and FoNS (Friends of Negeri Sembilan). We met them at KLCC that night. πŸ™‚ Happy time.

Fun with Chibi Maruko

Some time ago, mummy brought me to this Japanese summer festival in Pavilion KL in conjunction of their Tokyo Street 4th anniversary.

Everything is very cheerful and upbeat.

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Chibi Maruko-chan πŸ™‚

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Fancy Japanese lanterns with summer theme can be seen everywhere in Pavilion.

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Men in Yukata.

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Ladies Yukata. Yukata literally means bathing clothes.

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Celebrating the vibrancy of summer in Pavilion KL

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Preparing for the Japanese Summer dance.

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Mummy and I danced along

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Visit Tokyo Street for β€˜Chibi Maruko Chan Land’ where Japanese games such as – wanage, superball fishing and yoyo fishing are available

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Entrance to Chibi Maruko Chan Land

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It was really fun.