Thursday, December 8, 2016

CNY Rooster Fortune Glow Run 2017

CNY Rooster Fortune Glow Run 2017

Early Bird Rate Registration Closed. 

Now you may register with Special Rate via the link provided below:

Date: Sunday 22nd January 2017

Venue: Setia Oval Park (next to Setia City Mall, Shah Alam

Time: 8:00pm 

This is a very special running event with Lion Dance, 
they organise a Zumba session in the morning.
(refer ticket price below).

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

2016 TSDayOut : Paya Indah Wetlands, Sepang International Circuit (SIC) and Sepang Go-Kart

I have been selected to participate this TSDayOut last weekend on 3rd September 2016. 

It was a day out organised by Tourism Selangor, this effort to organize 

"TS Day Out" has started in year 2011.

This time round, this event is collaborated with Sepang International Circuit 

and Paya Indah Wetland at Dengkil. 

Part 1: Paya Indah Wetlands

It was a fruitful but also a tired day!

First, we went to Paya Indah Wetlands at Dengkil

A little intro about Paya Indah Wetlands:
It was formerly a mining land.
The wetlands is divided into three zones. 

Recreation Zone

Education Zone

Conservation Research Zone

Total area is 3,100 hectares which consists of lakes, 
marshes and low land tropical forest
Some atttractions are:
Crocodile Farm
(info refer below)
Hippopotamus Pond
(info refer below)
Malay Village (Kampung Melayu)

Sometimes there is some cultural activities at this

Terengganu Malay House
Observation Tower (Menara Tinjauan)

Enjoy a panoramic view of Putrajaya and some lakes. 

Only 10 persons are allowed to go up at one time. 

Fishing Area

Fishing is possible on Typha Lake from 8am - 6:30pm everyday except Fridays. 

The cost is RM10 per rod. No live bait is allowed.
Kayaks and Paddle Boats 

Kayak rental costs RM7 per hour. 

An instructor can be hired for groups of between 10 to 20 people 

at RM180 for 3 hours (prior reservation is needed).

The hours for kayaking are 9am - 12pm, 3pm - 6pm.

General Information about Paya Indah Wetlands
Operation Hours:
Daily except Friday : 8am-6pm
Friday: 8am-12pm, 2:45pm-6pm
Admission is FREE but you will need to register at the main entrance of the wetlands. Parking is also available.
Paya Indah Wetlands, Jabatan Perhilitan KM4, Jalan Dengkil-Banting, 43800 Dengkil, Selangor.
Tel: 03-8768 7616, 03-8768 8343 or 03-8768 8726


Paya Indah Wetlands is quite well sign-posted. Coming from Putrajaya head towards Dengkil. 

At the traffic lights in Dengkil turn right towards Banting. 

After a couple of kilometres turn right when see a sign for Paya Indah. 

Follow the road to the end. 

What happened on that TSDayout at the Paya Indah Wetlands?

On that day, we were divided into four groups, and in a group of 10, 

we were told to work as a a team to hunt for the photos based on the 6 questions given.

I was assigned to cover the crocodile farm.

So here you go, this is my photo when the officer on duty feed the crocodile with dead chickens. 

Crocodile Farm: feeding time from 11am - 11:30am 
on Saturday  and Sunday  only

White Pelicans

After that I walked to the nearby station, the hippo farm.
I was given a chance to feed the hippo too!
It was fun!

Hippo Pond : feeding time from 10am to 10:30am daily 
Two Hippos, originally from Botswana, live in the Hippo pond enclosure.

Part 2 : Sepang International Circuit (SIC)

After an hour plus, we moved to Sepang International Circuit by coach.

Lunch was at 1pm, and we reached SIC about 11.30am.

So we were briefed on the SIC and the events on that day, that was the 1000KM Sepang Race by local automobile, such as Proton, and Honda, etc.

We were given 10 minutes to experience the starting grid on the race track.

It was really hot outside. The temperature is estimated to be 33-34 degree Celsius.

Our lunch at Perdana Suite

My guest pass to enter SIC

Sepang 1000KM 

Endurance Race 2016 

(1st September - 4th September)

With one of the invited guess, the social media influencer, Zack Zainefer.

Experience the starting grid at SIC for 10 mins.

After lunch, prize giving ceremony for the photo hunt, winner is Group C.

Winner is Group C for the photo hunt at Wetland

Then we have a tour at SIC for about an hour plus.

We were brief on the different function rooms, such as Time Keeper room, Control Room, 

Media Room, VIP Lounge, Award Podium and Paddock.

The coming events at SIC are:

Malaysian Superbike Championship 

on 17th - 18th September 2016 

(Free entrance to Main Grandstand)

MotoGP World Championship in Sepang Circuit 

29th - 31st October 2016 by Michelin Malaysia

( Win tickets to watch this grand event,

 visit ) 

Part 3 : Sepang Go-Kart

After that, we were on the Go-Kart experience at Sepang about 6pm.

The race track for go-kart  is a total of 1.247KM long, and 10m wide,

with 11 challenging bends.

Below Information is by reference to the SIC web price updated as at year 2016

10 Minutes Fun Ride

Series 1 Kart: 
  • 200cc, 4 stroke, Engine 6.5 horsepower
  • Maximum number of karts on the track at one time is 20 karts
  • Price: RM42.40 per pax
Series 2 Kart: 
  • 100cc, 2 stroke, Engine 16 horsepower
  • Maximum number of karts on the track at one time is 13 karts
  • Price : RM106.00 per pax
Series 3 Kart:
  • 125cc, 2 stroke, Engine 21 horsepower
  • Maximum number of karts on the track at one time is 10 karts
  • Price : RM159.00 per pax

Sepang International Kart Circuit (SIKC) is located within Sepang International 

Circuit (SIC). The Kart Circuit was designed by the renowned F1 Track designer, 

Hermann Tilke, who was also responsible for the layout of Sepang International 

Circuit’s main Track.

The karting track is 1.247km long and 10m wide, with 11 challenging bends. 

SIKC is a professional karter’s circuit sanctioned by Commission Internationale de Karting (CIK) 

under the Federation Internationale de Automobile (FIA) for Asia Zone C. 

The tarmac used is identical to the one on the main track, thus offers the best racing experience.

(information is taken from SIC web)

Professional Go-Kart with 2 strokes in the testing process.

Group Picture 

ASEAN Unity Run and Ride 2016

ASEAN Unity Run & Ride 2016 is back! The event will be held in Putrajaya on 6th of November featuring 4 competitive categories in the 10km run with Men and Women’s Open along with the Men and Women’s Veteran groups. There are also the non-competitive 5km fun run and Stroller Run category, with an additional category for volunteers and celebrities cycling with underprivileged orang asli as part of the “Lend Your Body” campaign. For early registrants will stand a chance to win iPhone 6. Check out how you can win one the iPhone 6

For this year the organizer, Aman Malaysia added a 35km fun ride for its 2016 due to a high demand from youths and young professionals and is set to take participants through the scenic routes of Putrajaya.

There are 10 FREE iPhone 6 to be won by lucky registrants from registration period of 25thAugust to 25th September. The lucky winner will be notify by email in early October and the phone to be collected on the race day.

ASEAN Unity Run & Ride 2016
Date: 6th November 2016, Sunday
Time: 7am
Venue: Dataran Putrajaya, Presint 3, Putrajaya
Registration Details:

The registration closing date is on 6th October 2016 at 5pm or 
upon reaching 10,000 participants.

ASEAN Unity Run & Ride 2016 Running Tee

Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan, 
Khairy (second and third from left) and Mohamed Hazali (fifth from left) 
with the Rohingya and Palestinian children

“Sporting events such as this can have a tremendous unifying factor as they transcend all possible barriers,” Khairy said after launching the ASEAN Unity Run & Ride (AURR) 2016 at the Damansara Heights Community Centre Hari Raya open house gathering.

“Last year’s event was a very successful event, fostering great ties and unity within the community and the Asean region,” said Aman Malaysia president 
Datuk Mohamed Hazali Hassan.

“In addition, working with Unicef this year would help us to raise awareness on the importance of vaccination for children and babies, as I believe saving one’s life starts from somewhere,” he added.

For more information and registration about ASEAN Unity Run & Ride 2016
please visit

Monday, August 22, 2016

Dutch Lady Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak Contest

Moms, what would you say!

Join Dutch Lady Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak contest 

and stand a chance to meet Scha Alyahya and daughter, Lara Alana

Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad (Dutch Lady Malaysia) is calling out to all Malaysian mothers to share their pearls of wisdom in its latest campaign named “Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak” to stand a chance to win a meet and greet session with celebrity mom, Scha Alyahya and her daughter, Lara Alana over a tea party! On top of that, the campaign is giving away RM50 cash  prizes to the first 250 participants weekly throughout the contest period.

Ashlee Ng, Marketing Director of Dutch Lady Malaysia explained “At Dutch Lady Malaysia, we see the importance for Malaysian mothers to understand that their nurturing guidance and nutrition goes hand in hand to ensure the progressive development of a child. Formulated milk powder for children Dutch Lady 4-Step Nutri-Planˇ with 5X DHA* is a tailored nutrition programme for children 1 to 6+ years of age that continuously supports a child’s developmental milestones and learning. When their nutritional needs are well taken care of, mothers can focus on guiding their children to achieve foundational milestones.”

Ng continued to share the history and significance of the campaign theme: “A mother’s love is unconditional. Every little nugget of wisdom given by our mothers about life’s lessons has helped us become a better person. What she tells us shapes who we are and eventually become principles to live by. Hence, the reason why Dutch Lady Malaysia came up with the campaign theme “Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak”!

The phrase Mak Kata (My Mom says) was first used in a classic Dutch Lady TV commercial released in 1983, featuring two boys quoting their mother’s words of wisdom. Inspired by the iconic ‘80s commercial, Dutch Lady Malaysia introduced the first Mak Kata campaign in 2014.

“Dutch Lady Malaysia is pleased to bring back the familiar ‘Mak Kata’ campaign this year with a twist to reflect the smartness of kids these days. That is why our campaign is designed to help moms understand how her guiding words makes a difference in shaping her child,” Ng explained.

The ‘Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak’ contest is the perfect platform for mothers to share funny, interesting or touching snippets from their daily lives that are related to their children’s quick thinking and smart imagination. A total of nine lucky winners and their family members will get the chance to spend an afternoon with celebrity mom, Scha Alyahya and her daughter, Lara Alana at a tea party, and also walk away with one instant camera to capture their happy moments together. Additionally, the first 250 submissions weekly will also receive RM50 cash prizes^ each from 1st August till 30th September 2016. 

Joining is simple; all you have to do is:

a)        Purchase any pack of Dutch Lady 4-Step Nutri Plan with 5X DHA* formulated milk powder for children (650g or 900g);

b)        Go to Dutch Lady Malaysia’s website (;

c)        Enter your favourite ‘Mak Kata’ quote and upload a photo of your child; and

d)       Click ‘SUBMIT’ and retain your receipt!

For Scha Alyahya, TV host, model, actress and mother to two-year-old Lara Alana, nothing is more important than watching her daughter grow up happy. “As a child, my mother’s advice was most precious to me while growing up. I looked to her as a role model for everything I did, and I made sure to let everyone else around me know what my mother said too! My mother always says, ‘Pretty is as pretty does.’ We should always try to see the good in everyone. Even today, she never has a bad or ugly thing to say about anyone, and I will try to follow in her footsteps. That’s certainly the best advice she’s given me, and it really goes a long way.”

“Now, as a mother myself, I try my best to impart upon Lara what my mother has taught me about life. I hope that she can, in turn, be a good example to other kids. After all, life is a learning process. We teach our kids how to be good people, but sometimes they end up teaching us more instead,” explained Scha.

For more information on ‘Mak Kata, Saya Anak Bijak’ campaign and contest details, visit Dutch Lady Malaysia’s smart moments website at

 As a mum, what would you said? 

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dumex Mamil MomMe Saturday

Recently I joined a MomMe Saturday event 
organised by Dumex Mamil Malaysia.

I have a good time spending 3 hours with Dumex Mamil experts and 
we learnt a few crucial tips 
on nutrition and health issues relates to their child that faced by parents.

Besides I also find out that they have a Dumex Careline 
for mum to call in to seek for guidance or help via live chat, call, sms or email.
Visit this link to know more on the Careline.
It is the service from the heart and also a channel for mum to be if got any concern on 
issues about parenthod and baby.

If you know any mum who love to try Dumex sample for child above 1 years old.
Please ask them to request the 7-Day trial pack of Mamil via

Receive my goodies for attending the event.

Group photos

Citta Bella Better Together

Citta Bella Better Together is a 2 day 1 night event for the readers of Citta Bella magazine.

When? 11-12 July 2015

Where? Hotel Bangi Putrajaya

How to participate? 
Buy the Citta Bella Magazine (May or June 2015 issue)
Fill up the form and make payment of RM268 (inclusive GST)

What will you get? 
 A goodies worth of RM1,000 and there is a lucky draw with prizes worth up to RM20,000.
This is inclusive of stay at a deluxe room (twin sharing)
and 3 meals.

Below picture is taken from Citta Bella Magazine FB page 

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

2013 Malaysia Mega Yoga Day

I just participated in the Mega Yoga Day organized by Mega Lifesciences,
in collaboration with Malaysian Wellness Society on the 27th October 2013
at the outdoor Red Carpet Avenue, The Strand, Kota Damansara.
This fundraising event aims to encourage Malaysians
to stay fit under its “Good Health by Yourself” campaign,
also in conjunction with World Stroke Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

Volunteers distributed goodies bag before the event after the registration done.

On the day of the event, I arrived at the venue as early as 6:30am.
The registration started at 7:00am and was then followed by speeches
from respective representative and celebrities.
The participating Malaysian celebrities are model Amber Chia,
Miss Malaysia-Universe 2010 Nadia Heng,
TV and radio host Wong Chui Ling
and Jojo Struys.
The inaugural event has attracted over 2,000 people,
including celebrities, representatives from corporate companies,
community leaders, government ministries and agencies,
volunteers as well as health enthusiasts.
However this event did not went into Malaysia Book of Records
as it was originally pledge to have 5000 participants!


Photo with Amber

 Sister and Chui Ling
My eager sister and I contributed to this fund raising event
by a fee of RM10 each
and be present on that event day.
Despite of the hot sun at the outdoor venue,
the participants succeeded in their mission joining
the Mega Yoga Day and showed their support t
o help build a momentum towards a Healthier Malaysia

Kid's Colouring Contest
After the largest yoga participation in Malaysia ended,
there were health and well-being activities,
including free public health screenings and
awareness workshop by National Stroke and Cancer Society,
children’s colouring contest for the public.


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