It’s been said that “The Royal Sumatra” have been taken up by a Korean businessmman as all the website in korean language...anyway the course is beautiful except we dissapointed with the facilities.bUt i think within 2 years time when the new club house ready then should be ok
Equipment: MY advice PLS shower at you hotel after the game...
A group of middle persons standing in a circle and kicking a shuttle around.
The object is not to allow the shuttle to touch the ground but quickly kick it to another person in the group.
This is like a simpler version of "sepak raga" where a small shuttle is used instead of rattan ball. I have not seen this played in Malaysia but have seen it in Vietnam.
It caught my camera and my finger in the picture.
At Merdeka Square, I was impressed by the number of locals mainly Indonesian Chinese, doing their jogging or walking.
It reminded me of the large number of local Vietnamese strolling around Hoan Kem Lake in Hanoi.
Along the side, there are a variety of outdoor exercise stretching and pushing equipment which are popularized in parks in towns in China.
At Merdeka Square in the morning around 7am, you can join a group of local Indonesian Chinese doing the traditional Chinese Tai Qi exercise with music.
Each move is slow and determined to exercise specific body muscles and joint movement and help blood circulation and respiration through breathing in or out or holding one's breath.
Each move has also a fancy name like dragon chasing after the pearls.
Though Tai Qi is usually practised by the elderly, it is gaining popularity with all walks of life when there are newer more upbeat music rhythm.