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21 Feb

Lata Kinjang waterfall

Lata Kinjang is one of the tallest waterfalls in Malaysia and very well-known among the North-South highway users. Lata Kinjang is located near Chenderiang and about 18 kilometers from Tapah. This waterfall cascading about 850 meters down the side of a mountain and divided into few layers which is suitable for picnic. Do not worry if you forgot to bring the towels, because there got few shops selling this thing. There also got few facilities such as carpark, toilet, bathroom and hawker stalls. All the basic things are there. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t miss the opportunity to bring your friends or family to hangout at very nice place. Good for recreation and relaxation!


03 Feb

Ancient Mystery

Make sure you keep your mind open before you read this article. Be creative to understand the meaning. There’s something behind this ancient history. This Indian holy book already gave the clue and the real story behind that make the great civilization fall. Don’t you guys feel weird why so many great civilizations around the globe can fall? There’s something behind this. All other great civilizations are like relate between each other. Don’t forget there is something behind the gods too. They are not gods. They are just flesh-and-blood beings who possessed advanced knowledge and technology. Their technology is beyond the time. That make peoples think they are gods. Actually they are not. Those ancient gods are fakes. Have you heard about the “forbidden knowledge” in your holy book? For those who don’t know what is “forbidden knowledge”, here the short explanation. The “forbidden knowledge” is created by gods and not by our own. This knowledge actually can be learnt. But those gods did not want us to know their secrets. They prohibit this knowledge. We cannot even question the power of gods. That is why we called it as “forbidden knowledge”. As conclusion, there is something behind our ancient history.

Article from “the Mahabharata” (Indian Epic)
… (it was) a single projectile
Charged with all the power of the Universe.
An incandescent column of smoke and flame
As bright as the thousand suns
Rose in all its splendor…


…it was an unknown weapon,
An iron thunderbolt,
A gigantic messenger of death,
Which reduced to ashes
The entire race of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas.

…The corpses were so burned
As to be unrecognizable.
The hair and nails fell out;
Pottery broke without apparent cause,
And the birds turned white.

After a few hours
All foodstuffs were infected…
….to escape from this fire
The soldiers threw themselves in streams
To wash themselves and their equipment.

After you read the article above, what do you think? Do you get the meaning?

I totally believe there is a nuclear war happens during that era and make the great civilizations fall. From the way they said “all the foodstuffs were infected” meanings that the foods got infected by the nuclear radiation. The skins also burned because of radiation. “Rose in all its splendor” meaning the blast of the nuclear weapon look like a big mushroom. “..it was an unknown weapon”, “An iron thunderbolt, A gigantic messenger of death” means with one strike can kill thousands or million of peoples. That is a nuclear weapon. That mean the ancient nuclear war is exist!

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27 Jan

“Heong Peah” Biscuit

This is the best biscuit that I ever eat since I was small. The old packaging is in pink color. Now, they already re-brand the packaging and make it look more interesting and more informative. The new packaging makes the biscuit can last long and fresh than the old packaging. So, the taste is still there like just take out freshly from the oven. The most important thing about this biscuit is Halal and animal-fat free. This is the only brand of Heong Peah biscuit that Muslim can eat. Cheers to them because made it as Halal food.

About Heong Peah
Heong Peah is a local specialty biscuit originated from the town of Teluk Intan in Perak. Characterized by the name that literally means “fragrance biscuit” in Chinese, this traditional oriental pastry is made with special baking techniques that incorporates the crispiness and smoothness of most western pastries and becomes a style in its own right.

Established in 1949, the BISGOOD confectionery is specialized in the manufacturing of Heong Peah and Tau Sar Peah. All ingredients used, including the multi-layered crunchy crust pastry, chewy maltose, sesame, flour and onions are of the highest quality. Using our age-old recipe, the pastries are baked to perfection by our master chefs after long hours to ensure every piece of oven-fresh final product not only look good, but also leave a tantalizing smell and a lingering taste that epitomizes true innovation and superiority of what Chinese traditional pastries can offer.

An age old recipe enjoyed by generations of people, it is also a product which embraces the new age commitment on healthy living. We placed our commitment in delivering our customers, products made from the finest of natural ingredients. Now with added soy protein and calcium in each of our biscuit, helping you to obtain the nutrients you need for everyday fitness. An age old toast for a taste, a modern toast for health!”
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21 Jan

View from KL Tower


Tiang Langit (KLCC), the roof one of the top buildings on planet.

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03 Jan

KLCC 2008 New Year Countdown (Fireworks)

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Centre (KLCC) Park. KLCC is located in the center of crowded city in This video and photos was taken during the New Year Eve 2008 at Kuala Lumpur CityKuala Lumpur. I want to say sorry about the bad quality video and photos. Not very clear and a lot of camera shake due to no tripod. The raining also made me very hard to setup the camera. I hope you don’t mind. Enjoy the video and Happy New Year!


The Countdown Clock.

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21 Dec

UFO at Bagan Lalang

The Story:
About 4-5 years ago, the weird sky formation is really attracted me to take the photos of it. My actual mission on that day is to take the sunset photography, but the result is very disappointing. There is no beautiful sunset on that day. When I was on the way back home, I saw something that looked very attractive. The sky formation is a bit funny. I quickly took out my camera from my bag and snapped a few photos. Suddenly, I saw something came from the edge where the sun is set. The object is look very bright and floating toward the high altitude. It is not an aircraft for sure nor helicopter. Must be a lantern? I don’t think so, since lantern is in yelowish color and not pure white. After a while, the unidentified object is disappeared. In less than half and hour, the moon is set.

I’m not really sure what the thing is. I hope you guys can stand up your opinion about this phenomenon. Happy discussion!

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19 Dec

LIMA Langkawi 2007 v2

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Event: LIMA 2007
Location: Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Date: December 08, 2007 (Saturday)
Camera: Olympus FE-280 (auto)
Status: Amatuer

At last, the video is uploaded after a week from the event. To busy to edit the video. So, I just make it simple only. No effects. I hope you enjoy the video.

Previous post about LIMA Langkawi 2007 (more photos)
http://www.tolanic.com/lima-langkawi-2007/


11 Dec

LIMA Langkawi 2007

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04 Dec

Putrajaya Mosque

Putra Mosque (Masjid Putra) is one of the primary attractions of Putrajaya. It is a symbol of Islamic country. The mosque is located at Presint 1, Putrajaya, Malaysia beside the Dataran Perdana. The mosque surrounded by government offices such as Perdana Putra, Ministry of Federal Territories and Kompleks Jabatan Perdana Menteri. Beside the mosque there is a big food court serve many types of foods called Selera Putra.

Location: Putra Mosque (Masjid Putra), Putrajaya, Malaysia
Camera: Fujifilm S7000
Photographer Level: Amatuer

(Article has been rewrite on June 30, 2010)


28 Nov

Visit Malaysia 2007 Launching

Camera: Fujifilm S7000
Location: Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur
Date: June 01, 2007


27 Nov

Sunset at Bagan Lalang


Overview of peoples fishing at the jetty during the sunset.


In action.

Status: Newbie
Camera: Fujifilm S7000
Location: Bagan Lalang Jetty, Selangor


26 Nov

Small Crab at Bagan Lalang

Bagan Lalang Beach, Selangor


Hey, I’m alone. Come teman me!


City of Crab?


I’m not alone anymore.

Status: Newbie
Camera: Fujifilm S7000
Location: Bagan Lalang Beach, Selangor


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