Tuesday, 17 October 2017

quote Resources

ah paling suka emang LinkedIn juara pisan:

Client do not come first but Employees DO. If you take care your employees, they will take care of the clients.

Richard Branson (Virgin Corps)

(Lanjutan) Mengurus Paspor

Ya inilah lanjutan akan pencarian pengurusan paspor halah..

Jadi setelah mengurus punya anakku yg menunggu kurleb satu jam krn ada surat kuasa dan pending punya ibu karena beda nama, akhirnya hampir selesai hehe, punya ibu akan diambil kamis besok.

So sekali dokumen yg harus disiapkan untuk anak adalah
1. KTP IBU AYAH
2. AKTE IBU AYAH
3. KK
4. AKTE ANAK
5. PASPOR IBU AYAH (Kalau sudah exp sekalian diperpanjang)
6. SURAT NIKAH
7. 2 MATERAI
8. SURAT KUASA (Di ttd kedua ortu di atas materai jika salah satu tdk hadir)

Untuk Ibu saya:
1. KTP
2. KK
3. AKTE/ SURAT LAHIR
4. IJAZAH TERAKHIR
5. Surat Ket Kecamatan (Krn ada perbedaan nama)
6. 1 Materai

Semua disiapkan dok asli dan copy nya @1 saja.
* Kalau buat suami dan istri bareng better bawa surat nikah aja jaga-jaga.
Kemudian daftar di web atau download aplikasi antrian paspor online.
Link https://antrian.imigrasi.go.id/Index.jsp#Ajax/Terms/syarat.jsp

Pilih jadwal biasanya H+2 Minggu dan datang ke Imigrasi yang dipilih. Kalau pengalaman kmrn Ibu saya pilih di layanan paspor 1 Jl Soekarno Hatta Bypass Bandung, datang jam 8 langsung cek dokumen, kebagian antri no 5, beres foto dll dlm waktu setengah jam saja.

Pembayaran Rp 355.000 di BNI di lantai bawah gedung cash. Kemudian 3 hari kemudia beres deh tinggal ambil, pengalaman faya kemarin, tinggal ambil nomor antrian dan dipanggil. ASLI GAK PAKE ANTRIAN SEMBAKO Hahaha.

Untuk mengurus surat keterangan kecamatan, saya tinggal di kopo permai jadi saya ke kantor kelurahan di Cangkuang, kemudian bawa berkas yg dibutuhkan dan langsung bilang ke petugas setempat bahwa ingin mengajukan paspor namun ada data yg tdk sama. Kemudian dibuatkan dan dibantu untuk refer ke Kecamatan.

Begitu pengalaman saya, bravo Pak Jokowi, ah I miss Pak AHok #naondeui, akibat liat berita semalam.

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

8. Tourist Spots

Oke inilah akhir dari blog jalanjalantrip saya ke MY ah deket doang yes, gpp alhamdulilah masih bisa juga kesono hehe. Doakan saya untuk perjalanan berikutnya yg entah kapan dan kemana haha, mungkin dalam waktu dekat ke yg dekat dekat asli dekat taman safari wkwkw, insyallah tahun 2020 setelah Faya enroll SD hahaha bisa jalan jalan yah, aminnn, kemana ya mungkin MY lagi mungkin apa atuh pantai pantai cantik atau legoland atau HK muahaha, diaminin aja. AMIN.

Some of the source from wikipedia
And google search

(8. Tourist Spots)

City Gallery/ Dataran Merdeka


360° of Kuala Lumpur starts here! The Tourist Information Centre is your first stop as soon as you step into Kuala Lumpur! Get the only KL Walks & Tours Map in Eng/Chi for free, a self initiated map by the gallery founder, Andrew Lee. See the Past, Present and Future of Kuala Lumpur, and the Kuala Lumpur City Model, an innovative showcase! The giant I LOVE KL is a must photo-stop! Take home Made In Malaysia gifts, The Official Souvenir of Kuala Lumpur. End your visit by savouring the finest of Malaysian delicacies at the ARCH Cafe.
Opening Hours: From 9am – 6.30pm daily. Free WIFI.
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is part of the ARCH group’s vision in promoting the country’s heritage and culture. Andrew J. K. Lee, the Founder of ARCH, is a man who greatly inspires innovation. This is what led him to acquire his skills in architectural modelling. Today, ARCH is one of the largest model-making companies in Asia.
Andrew documented and created the first guided Kuala Lumpur Walks & Tours Map and established Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, a true reflection of his appreciation towards the city. This inspired him on to create the iconic I LOVE KL structure and The Spectacular City Model Show.
With these self-funded efforts and initiatives, Andrew moulds his stories into unique ARCH Kuala Lumpur Gifts to the World.
That’s his commitment to “Innovating the Past for the Future”.
Merdeka Square (MalayDataran Merdeka) is a square located in Kuala LumpurMalaysia. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Literally Independence Square, it was formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang or simply the "Padang" and was used as the cricket green of the Selangor Club (now Royal Selangor Club). It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight (time: 12:00 AM) on 31 August 1957. Since then, Merdeka Square has been the usual venue for the annual Merdeka Parade (National Day Parade).

Petaling Street, China Town
Petaling Street is chock-full of shops and stalls selling goods and food. A signboard warning against the sale of imitation goods provides an interesting – even ironic – contrast as the whole street is practically littered with fake branded items. Handbags, watches, trainers, clothing – you name it, they’ve got it. Louis Vuitton sits side-by-side with Rolex, and you can sometimes get the latest cinematic releases at less than RM 10 each. For shoppers on a tight budget or those looking for cheap and cheerful ‘branded’ goods, Petaling Street will be their first stop as it offers not just variety but also value for money as the prices can be further whittled down through hard bargaining.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown_petaling.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

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CENTRAL MARKET

is and a popular tourist attraction. Built in 1928, it is a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it used to be a simple wet market but in the early 1980s was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. The focus for the city’s artistic community, inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Central Market is located on the opposite bank of the Dayabumi Complex and is an art-deco style building with local ‘Baroque’ trimmings.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/central-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001


Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001


Petronas

The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers (MalayMenara Petronas, or Menara Berkembar Petronas), are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)'s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world. The buildings are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur, along with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower.

KLCC

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is a multipurpose development area in Kuala LumpurMalaysia. The area is located around Jalan AmpangJalan P. RamleeJalan BinjaiJalan Kia Peng and Jalan Pinang. There are a number of shopping complexes such as Suria KLCC and Avenue K. There are also hotels within walking distance such as G TowerMandarin OrientalGrand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur and InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel.
Designed to be a city within a city, the 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world, shopping mall, office buildings and several hotels. A public park and a mosque is also built on the area and open to everyone. The whole project is cooled via district cooling located on the property.


Destinasi Wisata yg dekat dgn pusat kota:

Aquaria KLCC
KL Bird Park
National Zoo
Mini Zoo
Heritage Site

Highlights

  • Visit one of the Top Five Aquariums in Asia voted by TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice 2014
  • Explore through the huge 90 meters long underwater walkway tunnel where fish and live sharks surrounnd you
  • Enjoy the vivid array of marine and aquatic species on display
  • Spend your afternoon with rare Sand-Tiger Sharks, Green Sea Turtles and Red-Bellied Piranhas
  • Kids will learn all about the conservation and importance of the marine ecosystem
  • Easily accessible on foot from Suria KLCC and the Petronas Twin Towers

Ada juga Sunway Lagoon, Legoland di Johor, Hello Kitty&Thomas

Town dan banyak lagi.

Awesome Awaits at LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort

Imagine being a knight battling dragons flying through the skies or pirate riding the seas in search of lost treasure. Imagine being a fireman fighting roaring fires, pilot zooming past clouds or racer speeding down motorways. Imagination becomes real at LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort with more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions for families and children of all ages. 
Everyday is a family fun day out with awesome adventures aplenty starting from The Beginning to the most amazing journey through LEGO® Technic, LEGO Kingdoms, Imagination, Land of Adventure, LEGO City and MINILAND. Heroes face brick-tastic challenges, rides, games and activities to emerge victorious at the end of each day.
The LEGOLAND adventure continues at the LEGOLAND Water Park for more splash-tacular action, and at LEGOLAND Hotel for awesome end-of-day activities plus spectacular stays in LEGO themed rooms.
#KLTRIPAGUSTUS2017

Friday, 6 October 2017

10. Ah kita kesana lagi yuk belanja jastip

CHINA TOWN
Atau di Petaling Street, pusat belanja oleh-oleh dan barang-barang kw yg murah meriah. Konsepnya seperti pasar kaget mirip-mirip di BUGIS. Di sini kita bisa tawar harga kalau beli agak banyak.

Kalau mau beli:
Keychain, Magnet, Miniatur KLT dll harga dr 10-30 RM
*keychain 10 RM dapet 6 pcs, klo di Sg 10$ dapet 36 pcs
Kaos murah meriah harga 15 RM *tapi barang kurang bagus
Jam tangan murce tapi gak terlalu bagus sih 15-30 RM
Tas Dompet
Sepatu
Boneka *gak terlalu banyak kmrn sih dpt yg Upin cm di 1 kios
Dll

Ada juga street food bisa makan disana cuma banyak babbab hehe
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Petaling Street is chock-full of shops and stalls selling goods and food. A signboard warning against the sale of imitation goods provides an interesting – even ironic – contrast as the whole street is practically littered with fake branded items. Handbags, watches, trainers, clothing – you name it, they’ve got it. Louis Vuitton sits side-by-side with Rolex, and you can sometimes get the latest cinematic releases at less than RM 10 each. For shoppers on a tight budget or those looking for cheap and cheerful ‘branded’ goods, Petaling Street will be their first stop as it offers not just variety but also value for money as the prices can be further whittled down through hard bargaining.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown_petaling.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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CENTRAL MARKET
Terletak di KL Sentral, pusat belanja utk bahan-bahan seni/art, batik, dll barang khas lainnya.

Harga pas, cuma suka banyak promo, beli 2 gratis 1 dll.
Kalau mau beli:
COklat di sini tempatnya, harga dari 5-30 RM
Berlys, Checkes, Alfredo, Kitkat, Nestle, Ferrero, Toblerone, dll
Souvenir ada juga tapi lebih murah di CTown
Baju Kerudung Kaos tapi kurang bagus

dann
UPIN IPIN Official Store

hahaha saya udah kebayang aja Faya liat toko ini pasti histeris lebay, dan memang super lengkap cuma sayang karena "official" jadi agak mahal.
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Central Market is one of KL’s most familiar landmarks and a popular tourist attraction. Built in 1928, it is a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it used to be a simple wet market but in the early 1980s was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. The focus for the city’s artistic community, inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Central Market is located on the opposite bank of the Dayabumi Complex and is an art-deco style building with local ‘Baroque’ trimmings.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/central-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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BUKIT BINTANG
Pavilion
Fahrenheit
Sephora
Mac
Vincci
Charles Keith
Innisfree
Body Shop
Toys Store
Store Kaos Anak Lucu2

Kemarin pas ke BB udah agak sore jam 2 atau 3 an agak lupa, kaki udah gempor dari batu cave jadi udah capeee dan terutama RM gue udah abis makk hahaha, jadi kemarin cuma ke Pavilion dan Fahrenheit liat liat aja Vincci yang emang kalau beli 2 pcs dapat diskonnya lumayan, liat juga CK, Sephora, Mac duh euy hayang ceurik hahaha. Akhirnya untuk mengobati kekecewaan saya mampir ke Innisfree, ahhhh dan cuma beli 2 masker aja haha cucian.

Sempet juga ke Toys STore, lumayan banget ih bagus-bagus harga beda 100-200 rb an dan buanyak lagi sebenernya mah komo mun loba duit nya, balanja LV, Channel mereun urang teh haha.

from kuala-lumpur.ws
 Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.

Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is a multipurpose development area in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The area is located around Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Binjai, Jalan Kia Peng and Jalan Pinang. There are a number of shopping complexes such as Suria KLCC and Avenue K. There are also hotels within walking distance such as G Tower, Mandarin Oriental, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur and InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel.
Designed to be a city within a city, the 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world, shopping mall, office buildings and several hotels. A public park and a mosque is also built on the area and open to everyone. The whole project is cooled via district cooling located on the property.
KLCC
Kuala lumpur City Center itu adalah mall di bawah Petronas Tower, kata temen sih di counter kosmetik nya bisa dapet free sample banyak dan harganya juga bisa sampe beda 100rb daripada di Indo. Tapii berhubung kemaren udah last destination, belum makan dan udah malem juga jadi saya seperti agak malas for strolling around jadi cuma anter temen numpang ke toilet nya yg bayar 2 RM hahaha *mahal.

Monday, 2 October 2017

quote resources

I fired myself from ten different jobs. I never waited until my hiring manager did it for me. And I never lined up another job. As soon as it *clicked* that I wasn't learning, I didn't spend another day chasing a dead end. When I didn't get feedback from executives, I fired myself. When I realized our startup didn't have product/market fit, I fired myself. When management wouldn't give me permission to pursue new marketing channels, I left to found BAMF Media. Life is too short. That job you want to line up before you jump ship? That may take another three months of you listening to executives who ignore every one of your opinions. Stop it. If you wait to get fired, you're reacting to life. If you fire yourself, then you're acting on life. The right time to be happy and grow as an individual is never yesterday. It's always now.  Josh Fechter

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