Monday, 13 April 2009

Pelangi Mall Kondo Homestay

Kondo Pelangi Mall Homestay Kota Bharu untuk di sewa, bermula serendah RM 220 sehingga 250 per night.
APA YANG KAMI SEDIAKAN :-
~~@ 3 Bilik, Master bed Aircond
~~@ View cantik (Sungai Kelantan dan Jambatan Sultan Yahya (TESCO)
~~@ Living Room Aircond, astro, fully furnish (Kettle, rice cooker dan freezer).
~~@ Dapur lengkap peralatan memasak dan meja makan.
~~@ Extra Tilam dan Toto
~~@ Towel, sabun, Ironing Board dan Iron
~~@ Sejadah dan kain sembahyang
~~@ 24 jam security dan mempunyai car park
~~@ Kolam renang, gymnasium, sauna dan tempat main Jet Ski

Hanya berjalan kaki ke Masjid Besar al Muhammadi (Negeri), Tambatan di raja, Istana Jahal (Padang Beng),Kampung Kraf Tangan, Pasar Siti Khatijah, Pasar Pagi, Bazaar MPKB dan lain-lain.






Friday, 27 February 2009

Kelantan


One of the northernmost states in Peninsular Malaysia, Kelantan Darul Naim borders Thailand in the north, Perak in the west, Terengganu in the south-east, the South China Sea to the east and Pahang in the south.
As the state shares a border with Thailand, and, indeed, was once under Thai rule, it's not surprising to find a strong Thai influence here in the local cuisine, architecture, and, of course, among the local population. The capital, Kota Bharu, is a good place to sample this culture and cuisine, and also makes a good base to explore the surrounding countryside. Kelantan is a unique travel destination because of its splendid beaches, rich cultural heritage, ornate handicrafts and wood carvings.
Women have always played a major part in the economy of the state. The handicrafts they produce, from Kelantan silver to baskets and cloth, are are some of the best in Peninsular Malaysia and are much sought after by both foreigners and Malaysians themselves. The Kelantanese seem to favour huge items and everything is big from the kites to the tops and the drums known as Rebana Ubi.

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