Monday, November 18, 2013

Cheap & Fast Travel in KL

Whenever I go to Kuala Lumpur, these are the cheap and fast mode to transportation.

1. If you are from KLIA, take KLIA Express to KL Sentral. It only RM35 and reach KL Sentral in just 25 minutes.
2. Take taxi from KL Sentral which cost only RM13 ( Capital Hotel)
3. Later you can use monorail from Hotel to KL Sentral for RM1.60 only
4. Finally if you are attending meeting in Putrajaya just take KLIA Transit for just RM9.50. 



Wednesday, October 2, 2013

US girds for another day of government shutdown By AFP

WASHINGTON: The colossal machinery of the US government will be largely paralyzed again Wednesday in the rancorous dispute over President Barack Obama's health care law, which conservatives want to gut.

 

In the first such shutdown in 17 years, the White House and Republicans were digging in for an extended struggle with no solution, or serious dialogue to find one, in sight.

 

National monuments would be barricaded for a second day in America's latest crippling political crisis which shut US war cemeteries in Europe and sent hundreds of thousands of federal workers home without pay.

 

President Barack Obama accused conservatives in the House of Representatives of waging an "ideological crusade" by making government funding conditional on gutting his landmark health care law.

 

His top foe, Republican House Speaker John Boehner, said Obama was pursuing a "scorched earth" policy by refusing to negotiate, as the rhetoric hit new heights and hopes for a swift end to the standoff faded.

 

The president was in feisty form at a White House event marking the rollout of a key portion of Obamacare, which turned into an extended taunt at Republicans for failing to halt implementation of the sweeping law.

 

"This Republican shutdown did not have to happen -- I want every American to understand why it did happen," Obama said.

 

"They have shut down the government over an ideological crusade to deny affordable health care to millions of Americans."

Thursday, July 4, 2013

The best Vietnamese coffee in Hanoi

The cheapest coffee is VD 380,000 perkg. I bought 350 grammes in Hanoi. I likes the black vietnamese coffee especially with condensed milk.

The head of Vietnam’s largest coffee roaster, Trung Nguyen, has outlined his plans to grow the Vietnamese coffee industry to US$20 billion.

This is how to make the coffee at home.


The Oldest Church In Vietnam

UThese are the pictures I took at oldest catholic church in Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam









Conversion rate in Vietnam

Food in Vietnam


The Vietnamese serve many uncooked vegetables, often in the form of salads, and pickles. They use many fresh herbs and spices, including basil, mint, coriander (parsley), ginger, chili peppers, and garlic, which give Vietnamese food its distinctive flavor and add color to many dishes. Lemongrass, a tropical grass is commonly used to give food a lemony tang.

Nuoc Mam, A Fish Sauce
Fish and seafood are popular, especially in the Center and South due to the surrounding ocean and the web of rivers in the country. 


The foods that I likes in Vietnam and I gained around 2 kg after spending more than 10 days here. Weather was hot in July. The love the vietnam coffeee & green tea.







Hoang Son Peace Hotel, Ninh Binh City

Hoang Son Peace Hotel, Ninh Binh City is one of the best hotel in Ninh Binh. The rate is USD 70 pernight. Free wifi available and you can video call home.