smile on view


Nasi Kandar at Penang, Malaysia (Ranking of Best)


1. Jelutong (Nasi kandaq Ali Amir) – Jln Jelutong off Jln Tan Sri Teh Ewe Lim)
2. Kampung Melayu (Flat kg melayu – am & Desa Mawar – pm)
3. Sulaiman (6.00am – Chinese shop infront of Jln Utama)
4. Rahman (4.00pagi – Jln Dato Keramat facing Ivory Times Square)
5. Teluk Kumbar (chinese restaurant pekan lama – sold by mami- kakak) known as nasi kandar daud
6. Haniffa (Wife of late Malik – Jln Bayan Lepas – nearby Jln Garuda junction)

1. Hotel Merlin (Union St off Penang St)
2. Tajuddin Hussain (10am – Queen St)
3. kedai rendah bertentangan Sikh Gudwara (Jln Gudwara)
4. Rahim @ Haniffa (Rahim, Brother of late Malik – Jln Byn Lepas – nearby Jln Garuda junction)
5. Taat (Pekan Teluk Kumbar)

1. Shariff (Glugor depan 7-Eleven)
2. Teluk Kumbar (kedai cina pekan lama – mami yg jual – adik)
3. Nasi Beratur (10.00 mlm – Liaqat Ali – next to Masjid Kapitan Keling)
4. Rahman Berkat (kedai cina Jln Jelutong off Jalan Market Jelutong
5. Tajuddin Hussain (6.30pm – Queen St)
6. Rahman Nasi Dalca (Queen St – ini nasi dalca = mcm nasi kenduri)
7. Nasi Kandar Imigresen (5.30pm – Lorong Pasar -stall sebelah kedai cina)

Restoran Deen 24jam (Jln Jelutong sebelah &-Eleven – well known towards Penangites and delicious too)
nasik kandar kpg melayu rasanya lain sikit dr nasi kandar kedai lain..especially daging nye…
Speciality lauk Tiap2 Nasi Kandar


Special Menu at each place:
1. Jelutong (Nasi kandaq Ali Amir) – Jln Jelutong off Jln Tan Sri Teh Ewe Lim)
– ayam ros, daging, sotong & udang (udang besar dijual pd harga yg agak murah)
2. Kampung Melayu (Flat kg melayu – pagi & Desa Mawar – petang)
– daging tempatan, sotong, ayam kicap madu.
3. Sulaiman (6.00am – kedai cina depan bertentangan Jln Utama)
– daging, gulai ikan.
4. Rahman (4.00pagi – Jln Dato Keramat bertentangan Ivory Times Square)
– daging, ayam goreng bawang (kali terakhir makan ayamnya dah tak sedap)
5. Teluk Kumbar (kedai cina pekan lama – mami yg jual – kakak)
– daging cincang
6. Haniffa (isteri arwah Malik – Jln Byn Lepas – dekat dgn simpang Jln Garuda)
– daging cincang, ayam goreng bawang
Speciality lauk Tiap2 Nasi Kandar

1. Hotel Merlin (Union St off Penang St)
– nasi tomato, sambal kelapa, ayam ros, sotong.
2. Tajuddin Hussain (10am – Queen St)
– daging kambing, nasi tomato / beryani, ayam ros (best in town), sambal kelapa, cili kering goreng, gulai anak ikan,
3. kedai rendah bertentangan Sikh Gudwara (Jln Gudwara)
– tak ada yg istimewa tapi masakannya panas2.
4. Rahim @ Haniffa (Rahim, abg arwah Malik – Jln Byn Lepas – dekat dgn simpang Jln Garuda)
– ayam goreng bawang
5. Taat (Pekan Teluk Kumbar)
– gulai ikan

1. Shariff (Glugor depan 7-Eleven)
– daging, gulai ikan
2. Teluk Kumbar (kedai cina pekan lama – mami yg jual – adik)
– gulai ikan talang kering, sotong
3. Nasi Beratur (10.00 mlm – Liaqat Ali – sebelah Masjid Kapitan Kling)
– daging, telur dadar (rasa mcm murtabak), sambal kelapa
4. Rahman Berkat (kedai cina Jln Jelutong off Jalan Market Jelutong
– ayam goreng bawang, daging
5. Tajuddin Hussain (6.30pm – Queen St)
– daging kambing, nasi tomato / beryani, ayam ros (best in town), sambal kelapa, cili kering goreng, gulai anak ikan,
6. Rahman Nasi Dalca (Queen St – ini nasi dalca = mcm nasi kenduri)
– gulai ayam, daging kambing.
7. Nasi Kandar Imigresen (5.30pm – Lorong Pasar -stall sebelah kedai cina)
– nasi dimakan bersama bawang goreng

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George Town Festival 2013

Victoria Street Project happening alongside of Georgetown. Happening events such as Bridge & Kaki Lima, STREET! Entertainment, Intriguing Instruments, An Evening of Lights, Taste of Tropfest and more…

Schedule for this Saturday’s Heritage Celebration


Schedule for this Sunday’s Heritage Celebration


Location Map


Photography : Taman Metropolitan

Taman Metropolitan, Relau, Penang…
Nice place to photography and be with nature

Penang second bridge, malaysia

Penang second bridge to be ready by year 2013. See, how it look alike. See complete view in 3D.

Penang Botanical Garden murugan temple

Penang ,Thannermalai Bala Thandayuthabani Temple began as a shrine of Lord Murugan. It was the located at the base of the waterfall at the Botanical Gardens Penang sometime before 1782. The above statement was the evident from the writings of Sir Francis Light where in it was stated that the Tamils (Chulias and Chettiars) were already present and worshipping the Vel (spear) when he named Georgetown on the 10th of August 1786 after having bought the island from the Sultan of Kedah for 6000 Spanish dollars for the East India Company. It is not possible to know who installed the vel at the original temple site of Thanneermalaian(one who resides at the waterfall) as Lord Murugan was then known. Soon this shrine became important for many Indian workers who ferried water to Georgetown by way of bullock carts. By the early part of 1800 the shrine seemed to have been the focus of Thaipusam celebration, a festival dedicated to Lord Murugan.British records and local newspapers do mention of Hindu devotees celebration the festival. In 1850 with the increase of the local population, the British authorities decided to develop the area into a reservoir.They decided that the waterfall area and the immediate catchment area had to be protected.At the same time they did not want to upset the sentiments of the Hindu population.Therefore,they alienated an eleven acre hillside property(the present site) for the location of a proper temple.This is the present site of the Hill Top Murugan temple at Waterfall Road.

Penang Arulmiku Thandabali Temple, Kumba abhichegam

Kumba abhichegam of Penang thaipusam temple,  on 13th nov 2011.

St. Anne Feast At Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang

On 30th July 2011, St. Anne Feast, the annual festival took place at St. Anne Church Bukit Mertajam. 100’s of people comes to this event to get blessing of Jesus Christ. There also candle lighting as part of prayers. Yet, its not as attractive as some years ago. Then, candle’s are lighted up along the hill of St. Anne. Its looks more attractive. Somehow, recent years candle is lighted up and once pray its blow down and kept in.

Here are some of the photographs, Interesting scenes, places of St.Anne Feast Bukit Mertajam


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Sexy lingerie for for the dead???

An Angel Wrote – Friendship

Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.

To handle yourself, use your head.

To handle others, use your heart.

God Gives every bird it’s food, but He does not throw it into its nest.

A Box of gold

*~*~*~*~* ~*~*~*~*~*~*

With a secret inside

that has never been told


This box is priceless

but Read the rest of this entry »

truly inspiring

This is truly inspiring.

Breakfast at McDonald’s

This is a good story and is true, please read it all the way through until the
end! (After the story, there are some very interesting facts!):

I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my college

The last class I had to take was Sociology.

The teacher was absolutely inspiring with the qualities that I wish every
human being had been graced with.

Her last project of the term was called, ‘Smile.’

The class was asked to go out and smile at three people and document their

I am a very friendly person and always smile at everyone and say hello anyway.
So, I thought this would be a piece of cake, literally.

Soon after we were assigned the project, my husband, youngest son, and I went
out to McDonald’s one crisp March morning.

It was just our way of sharing special playtime with our son.

We were standing in line, waiting to be served, when all of a sudden everyone
around us began to back away, and then even my husband did.

I did not move an inch… an overwhelming feeling of panic welled up inside of
me as I turned to see why they had moved.

As I turned around I smelled a horrible ‘dirty body’ smell, and there standing
behind me were two poor homeless men.

As I looked down at the short gentleman, close to me, he was ‘smiling.’

His beautiful sky blue eyes were full of God’s Light as he searched for

He said, ‘Good day’ as he counted the few coins he had been clutching.

The second man fumbled with his hands as he stood behind his friend. I
realized the second man was mentally challenged and the blue-eyed gentleman
was his salvation.

I held my tears as I stood there with them.

The young lady at the counter asked him what they wanted.

He said, ‘Coffee is all Miss’ because that was all they could afford. (If they
wanted to sit in the restaurant and warm up, they had to buy something. He
just wanted to be warm).

Then I really felt it – the compulsion was so great I almost reached out and
embraced the little man with the blue eyes. That is when I noticed all eyes in
the restaurant were set on me, judging my every action.

I smiled and Read the rest of this entry »

why we celebrate diwali?

Diwali or Deepavali is amongst the
most celebrated Indian festivals. The
word Deepavali originates from two
Sanskrit words ‘Deepa’ which
means ‘light’ and ‘Avali’ which
means ‘a row’. This is why Deepavali
is called ‘the festival of lights’.

It is celebrated on the 15th day of
the Hindu month of Kartik which is a
new moon day (Amavasya). Deepavali is
celebrated by lighting diyas (earthen
lamps), drawing rangolis
(multico loured designs drawn on the
ground with coloured rice flour),
cleaning and decoration of homes,
wearing new clothes, preparation of
sweets in homes, lighting of
fireworks, veneration of cows as
incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi
(Goddess of wealth) and Lakshmi Puja.

There are two main mythological
stor ies that signify the importance of
Deepavali. The first story is that
Deepavali denotes the return of Lord
Rama’s return from exile after his
victorious conquest of the evil king
Ravana. This story has greater
significa nce in Northern India. In
Southern India, Deepavali marks the
victory of Lord Krishna over the
mighty asura (demon) Narakasura.
Narak asura had become a menace to the
gods in heaven and had snatched the
magnificent earrings of Aditi (the
Mother Goddess) and imprisoned sixteen
thousand daughters of the gods in his
harem. In desperation, the gods led by
Indra requested Lord Krishna to
destroy the demon as he was wreaking
havoc. Krishna readily agreed, fought
a fierce battle and emerged
victoriou s. It was after this that He
accepted the sixteen thousand damsels
as his wives at their request.

The meaning behind these mythological
stor ies is that the villain of the
piece represents the desire-ridden
ego . In our lives, it is our egos and
desires that create problems for us.
In the story of Lord Krishna above,
the sixteen thousand damsels represent
our numerous desires. When they are
controlled by our egos, they cause
destruction and rob us of our joy.
However, when we work selflessly,
dedic ating our actions to a higher
goal, the desires remain in check, and
most importantly, get sublimated. Each
one of us has positive and negative
tendenci es. When we identify with the
good in us, work towards something
beyond our selfish interests the
lower, negative tendencies fade away.
Our desires get sublimated and through
constant sadhana (spiritual practice)
we overcome our ego and desires. The
darkness of ego and desire are
banished, replaced by the light of
wisdom. Knowledge that we are not
incomplete and limited as we think
ourselves to be. But that we are that
Divine Self that is free and
independent of all the world has to

The scented bath by pouring gingerly
oil from your head until your legs and
washing your hair with “shikakai”
powder before the break of dawn and
the cleaning of homes during Deepavali
signify the cleansing of the
personality of desires and ego. The
new clothes represent our newly
acquired state of Realisation or at a
more basic level our new spiritual
orienta tion and commitment to self-
development . This change brings
sweetness in our lives which is why
sweets are made and distributed in the
community. It represents the fact that
once we turn spiritual and begin
looking within, we experience a quiet
sense of peace that we cannot
experience while chasing objects of
the world.

Thus Deepavali or Diwali has a
tremendous spiritual significance in
our lives. And like all our festivals,
they are reminders for us to retain
and cultivate that spiritual element
in our lives. Because life is more
than just a journey, it is a search
for meaning.


Fruit and Benefits:
apples – Protects your heart prevents
constipation ,Blocks
diarrhea ,Improves lung capacity,
Cushions joints

apricots -Combats cancer, Controls
blood pressure, Saves your eyesight,
Shields against Alzheimer’s ,Slows
aging process

artichokes -Aids digestion, Lowers
cholesterol, Protects your
heart ,Stabilizes blood sugar, Guards
against liver disease

avocados- Battles diabetes ,Lowers
cholesterol ,Helps stops strokes,
Controls blood pressure ,Smoothes

bananas -Protects your heart ,Quiets a
cough ,Strengthens bones, Controls
blood pressure ,Blocks diarrhea

beans – Prevents constipation, Helps
hemorrhoids, Lowers
cholesterol ,Combats
cancer ,Stabilizes blood sugar

beets -Controls blood pressure,
Combats cancer ,Strengthens
bones ,Protects your heart ,Aids
weight loss

blueberries -Combats cancer ,Protects
your heart ,Stabilizes blood sugar,
Boosts memory, Prevents constipation

broccoli – Strengthens bones, Saves
eyesight ,Combats cancer ,Protects
your heart ,Controls blood pressure

cabbage- Combats cancer ,Prevents
constipation, Promotes weight
loss ,Protects your heart, Helps

cantaloupe- Saves eyesight, Controls
blood pressure ,Lowers cholesterol,
Combats cancer Supports immune system

carrots – Saves eyesight ,Protects
your heart, Prevents constipation
Combats cancer, Promotes weight loss

brand-new Porsche = $15 – jokes

A 16-year-old boy comes home with a
brand-new Porsche one day. As you might
expect, his parents freak out a little

“Where on Earth did you get that car?”
demands his mother.

“I bought it today,” the boy calmly

“With what money?” his parents exclaim.

“We know what a Porsche costs.”

“With my allowance money,” answers the

“It was just 15 bucks. And look, here’s
the title to it!”

This gets the parents even more worked

“Fifteen bucks??? Who the heck sells a
brand-new Porsche for fifteen bucks?”
they ask.

“It was the lady that just moved in up
the street,” says the boy.

“I don’t know her name. She saw me ride
past on my bike and asked me if I
to buy a Porsche for fifteen dollars.”

“Well, there must have been some kind
mistake,” says the mother.

Turning to her husband, she
says, “John,
you go right up there and see what’s
going on.”

So the boy’s father walks up the
where he finds an attractive middle-
woman in the front yard planting
petunias. He introduces himself and
he’s looking for a woman who just sold
Porsche to his son.

“Oh, yes,” she responds.

“That was me. I hope he’s enjoying it!”

“Er… yes, very much,” replies the

“But to tell you the truth, we can’t
understand what just happened. Why in
the world did you sell it for such a

“Well,” she says, “this morning I got a
phone call from my husband. I thought
was on a business trip, but I learned
from a friend that he ran off to Hawaii
with his secretary and really doesn’t
plan to come back. He said he was
stranded and asked me to sell his new
Porsche and send him the money. So I

why did the chicken cross the road???

why did the chicken cross the road???

To get to the other side.

It is the nature of chickens to cross

I forget.

KARAM SINGH WALIA (TV3 News caster):
Seperti yang saudara dapat lihat,
kelihatan ayam-ayam itu sedang
jalan, mereka bukan sahaja melintas
malah membuang najis di atas jalan dan
ini adalah pencemaran yang paling
hebat di maya pada masa ini. Bapa-bapa
dan ibu-ibu Ayam haruslah mengambil
inisiatif untuk melatih ayam-ayam agar
menahan najis sewaktu melintas
jalan, sekian saya sudahi
Ayam di jalan di lintaskan
Ayam di reban mati tak makan

ennoda koliyei yaaro trap panni, BBQ
manithar purinthu kolla ithu normal
chicken allaaaaa…athayum taandi ayam
serama…ayam serama…haaa aaaaa !!!!

Kannaaaa….oru chicken nee
saapta…100 chicken kanavuley
varum..ithu naan sollaley..antha
mahaan Babaji sonnaaru.
Naan enna solrenaa..intha ulagathuley
athigama chicken kill panre
ambilayum…athigama chicken porichi
saapudra pombalayum..healthy ah
vaalnthata saritiramey illai….HA HA
HA…ithu eppadi irukku..??

Why does anyone cross a road? I mean,
why doesn’t anyone ever think to ask,
“What the heck was this chicken doing
walking around all over the place

Intha ulagathulae motham more than
25653.98 million chicken farm
irukku…calculate panni paatha en
moolai ellam kolambi…oru nalaikki
ennoda medical selavu 2340 rupees
50paisa avuthu…4 d past 23 days,
naan romba kashta pattu ennidam
illatha moolai irruku poi sonnathaley
ennai saman pannitanggey..athanalay
ennoda settle selavu…100,000 rupees
65 paisa..ithu ellam naan nadichi
nadichi save panne sothu…34.89%
hilang pannuthe…

I have just released the new Chicken
Office 2000, which will not only cross
roads, but will lay eggs, file your
important documents, and balance your

*all the names and story is for fun only. Not related to any person.
It just creative text for fun.

Letter from Ah Beng to Ah Lian – Jokes

 Jokes that i read…

Dear Ah Lian,

Thanks you for your letter. Wrong time
no see you. How everything?
For me,I am quiet find.

You say in your letter your taukeh soh
want you to chain you look? Somemore
you must wear kick kok soo,hope you
can wok properly.

You know,Ah Kau Kia working in a soft
where company now. Last week, he take
I,Muthu and few of his friend to May
Nonut to eat barger. After that he
take we all to go kalah ok. Muthu sing
ang sing until the sky bright.

Next week, my father mother going to
sellerbread 20 years annie wear sari.
My father mother going to give a fist
to all the kampong people. So you must
come with your hole family.

I only hope one day we no need to
write and send letter to you and to me.
Better I e-meow you,you e-meow me. I
will ketchup with you soon. And when
you time,please few free to call me.
Goo bye…

Worm regard,
Ah Beng

Artwork : Digital Manipulation

My Digital Artwork

Here is my Art Work when did my Digital Photography:

Next Era car

alien with cops


Beautiful Penang Part 2

as i said: Penang is rich in all beautiful things. It can be either building or nature.
1st, we going to look at nature. Nature as most critical needs for humannature being, penang reserve the jungle and hillside. There also new plants, tree’s along the roads and building. Its to ensure the nature is reserved even thought the state is in development.

However, there is some pollution in around Penang but to be solved. The river and other nature element was polluted by irresponsible personalities. However, the state government and central government take reasonable steps to recover the beauty of those rnature at penangivers. It already in prograss and its nearly at final stage. Moreover, the government also strict the law regarding nature to protect the nature.

Beautiful Penang – Part 1

Hi Friends…

Now, i going to talk about my place. The beautiful place that i stay.

Penang island

It called penang. Penang is beautiful state that include an island and mainland.

In order to go to the island, we can use either ferry or bridge. The Bridge is well known for it

longest. The longest bridge in asian countries. It around 13KM long and 2 way road for both side. However, currently, they upgrading this bridge to become 3 seaside of penangway

traffic - ferryroad. This is due, the heavy traffic arose by early morning. This is because, people more prefer to use the bridge to reach the island. This even thought, there is ferry service to ferry people to the city of island. It might be because, the ferry service is time consuming.

FerryThe main city in the island known as Georgetown. It seems to be, this is the oldest city in Penang. Most of the building in this city looks very old. It have to similarity of buildings in London as British.

>>> see part 2

About Me

Hi Friends.

This is Rames or my full name is Ramessrban. You are reading my blog or in my own word, i call it “My Online World”. My Great Welcome to all of you. You may enjoy reading my web/blog and all others. This web is all about my online Activities, My Online Discovery and so on. It all about
My Internet Activities. Hope, it goes interesting.

Well, i already own 3 other domain which are,

1st one is my 1st paid website. i bought it last year (by 4/8/06). It my 1st step to create well known website. Before that, i do own website but it all free server. This meaning to say, web design is my hobby and it did for time past. Other than, my second is new web. I bought this domain by this year march (2007). At the moment, it contains my picture collection. Actually, i own large amount of images as i love pictures. i like to snap picture as well. Well, what happen is, i share my picture collection with you all, in my second website. By the way, the 2nd web is apart of 1st one till last week.

ok. do i talking too much about my websites? Yes. i do. but, this is my 1st post, so, i going to talk about “me”.

So let start:

  • My full name? Ramessrban S/o Muniandy
  • Age: 22 by this year
  • Birth Year? 1985
  • from? this earth (honestly)
  • Where i stay? Penang, Malaysia.
  • Still Student: Having my Diploma at one of Privite College in Malaysia.
  • Still Single? = no comment
  • My Hobby? Computer
  • Favourite Food? Any tastee food will do.
  • More? please ask me. i dont know what else to write.

well, i will update more in future.