EngLee's Path

A blog about Eng Lee's life, a freelance programmer in Royal Klang Town (Malaysia).

Saturday, June 04, 2005


After drink tea session with my Eddie and William (my BEST friends) yesterday night, we decided to go jogging this morning. Slept at 2:00am, I still managed to wake up at 7:40am this morning to call them up! However, it rained heavily as we reach the Klang Stadium. Damn! So, end up having our Bah Kut Teh in Taman Rashna. After that, we went to play badminton (and not continue sleeping), together with SingWang.

As I reached home from badminton, my family was waiting for me to go out. Undecided where to go, we left the house. Since we didn't go to Putrajaya for quite some time already, we made up our mind to go there to take some pictures. For those who's not from Malaysia, Putrajaya is actually a Malaysian Government Administration City. You get to see many building of the ministry there. Additional information of Putrajaya can be reached here. Reached the place at around 3:00pm, round the place to take some photos. First place we laid our legs on is the botanic garden (Taman Botani). It does not require any entrance fee, but we paid RM4.00 for the tram service. Although they claimed that the tour by tram would take around 25 minutes, it actually took 17 minutes to finish the whole tour. In the garden, we get to see many species of tropical plants such as ferns, palms, bamboos and much more which I can't remember the names. In the garden, there's a place to sell plants. For them who loves gardening, you can actually buy some flowers there. My mother keeps on complaining that the plant is sold at such an expensive price with a very few plants available for sale. Next, we went to Putra Mosque (Masjid Putra). The building looks nice. We saw tourists walking in and out of the mosque. However, as we tried to enter the mosque, one of the receptionist there approached us and told us that we are not allowed to enter the building because we are not muslims (No comments here, you guys should understand!). Finally we left the place angrily at around 6:00pm.

One of the greatest thing there would be the view of the well-designed bridges there. Currently, there are around 8 bridges there). The Seri Wawasan bridge should be the best one around, I guess.

We went to Kajang (a place well-known for its satays) for dinner. It took around 15 minutes to travel from Putrajaya to Kajang. We've been to Kajang for satays before, but this time, my colleague recommended me another shop which he claimed "the best in Kajang". For them who never been to the place, should go there and try on the satay there. Drove back from Kajang after that. A tiring day... but well worth it!

The great Seri Wawasan bridge. Posted by Hello

All my family members, except one of my sisters who's in Canada. Posted by Hello


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