Christmas Day set lunch & dinner
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The Ipoh Waterfront Project spanning from Tanjung Rambutan to Pengkalan costing RM200 million was initiated by former Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Tajol Rosli Ghazali in 2004. The first phase of the project was Kinta Riverfront Park which was built at the site of former People’s Park costing RM4.4 million
Thumbs Down On a Sunday morning drive along Jalan Lim Bo Seng to visit the Memory Lane flea market, I noticed that the level of water in Kinta River was very low, the lowest I have ever seen. Half of the dam built across the river to maintain minimum height of water in the river […]
All town buses do not enter Medan Kidd Bus Station to drop and pick up passengers. A number of them park along the road in front of the bus station reducing the dual carriageway road to a single lane and restricting traffic flow.
While visiting the Palong Tin Museum I noticed that the Indah Treatment Plant in Waller Court was pumping soapy water into the Kinta River. Plenty of foam was floating at the discharge point. Since the water in the river was hardly flowing, the foam was floating up to the middle of the river.
Thumbs Down Garden refuse and other garbage from Club Condominium, in Laluan Harimau opposite the Golf Club, are being dumped at the junction of Tiger Close, a narrow road near the condominium. Upon seeing the pile of garbage, other residents have started to throw their garbage there. About half of the road is blocked by […]
Thumbs Down By A. Jeyaraj Recently when I went shopping in Little India, for the first time I parked my car in front of Siva Sakthi Restaurant on Jalan Sultan Yussuf (Belfield Street) and walked to Lahat Road. I was shocked to see the condition of the pedestrian walkway which is not safe to walk. […]
I drive past Taman DR Seenivasagam often and noticed a new signboard pointing the way to River Walk. I decided to visit the place. While driving along the entrance road which is designed for single-lane traffic, I noticed that cars were parked all along the side of the road next to the football field. During […]
The newly renovated Birch Clock Tower still has no signage and the receptacle in the pedestal in which there was a plaque contains stagnant water; ideal place for breeding mosquitoes. Half-opened newspapers were lying around the compound. Since there are no benches, it looks like people are placing the newspapers on the ground to sit. […]
On Sunday mornings, traders doing business along Jalan Horley, popularly known as Memory Lane, occupy two lanes of Brewster Road (Jalan Sultan Idris Shah) at the junction, causing massive traffic jams. The area becomes unsafe for motorists and traffic comes to a crawl or stops. While I was taking photos, a traffic policeman who was […]
On a Sunday morning I visited the newly-renovated Birch Clock Tower. A young couple from KL were taking photographs. They were surprised that there was no signage giving information about the monument. They knew nothing of the history of this Tower. The only signboards I saw were in the flower bed stating that the Menteri […]