The rearing of magpies singing birds is generally the hobby of senior citizens... It is a popular pastime as I have been to many such gatherings all over the country when i travel, particular in smaller towns... Generally, the owners of these prized pets converge every morning without fail to discuss the performance of their birds... From the...more
From the earliest time, Kajang has been noted for its satay or skewered meat barbecued over a charcoal grill dip in a special groundnut sauce... Some claimed that it is the sauce that make a good satay meal...Open on March 26, 2009, the gallery is within the mini-complex located next to the Medan Sate Kajang and displays artefacts, information...more
Satay Kajang Haji Samuri has its main restaurant at Bangunan Dato Nazir, just next to the Kajang Stadium... It also operate outlets in the rest area of the Shah Alam Expressway... Satay are pieces of marinated meat skewered on a lidi stick and barbecued over dancing charcoal flames... It is best taken with sweetish spicy hot peanut sauce... Meats...more
The restaurant is related to the famous Aun Kheng Lim Salted Chicken in Ipoh at Jalan Theatre... Mr Lim Meng Yoke is a brother of the outlet in Ipoh... On-site dining is available in he Semenyih outlet while outlets in Ipoh only caters for takeaways... Besides the salted chicken, plain rice can aslo be ordered... The restuarant also provided for...more
The stall is off the main trunk road from Kajang to Semenyih, just before entering Semenyih town... It is an elevanted corner-shoplot... Non air-conditioned but breezy enough for a simple meal...The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays... The favourite dishes inlcude yam and pork rib and curry fish head, among others...more
The restuarant is a mini-club with a dining area and bar area... The dining area is very basic with the usual tables for customers... In the bar area, there is a long bar, a pool table and tables for drinks and food as well... The owner, Robert Low, is a yo-yo expert having represent Malaysia in various yo-yo competitions worldwide... A display of...more
The restaurant is located at a residential house by the commercial area... It is non air-conditioned with the cooking in full view of diners... Opposite the restaurant is another stall selling "pan mee" which is also very "famous" in this area... The restaurant is opened daily for breakfast and lunch except on Wednesdays when it is closed... The...more
The NN Restaurant (ie No-Name) or rather stall is rather misleading with dining tables placed on the road side... The restaurant is very crowded on weekends and expect to wait at least an hour for dinner to be served... You may have to wait for a table if no reservation is made...The restaurant is opened daily only for dinner from 6.00pm... The...more
The restaurant is located in a single storey bungalow house... From the outside, it does not look like one... Both air-conditioned and non air-conditioned dining areas are provided... The restaurant is really crowded during the weekends, so be prepared to wait up to 2 hours for your food...The restaurant is opened daily for lunch and dinner except...more
Hai Lik is one of the many seafood restaurant in Kajang... It has both air-conditioning and non air-conditioning dining halls... The atmosphere is local and the restaurant is a bit noisy with patrons talking at the top of their voices ~ typical of the Malaysian Chinese crowd... The 2 specialities that you must have when here is the seafood curry...more
Haji Samuri is one of the first who made satay in Kajang I guess. Anyways, you can find Haji Samuri in lots of different places now, not only in Kajang. You can get Hj Samuri in Putrajaya, Bangi, etc. Not sure where else I saw them but definitely more than these places. Their satay is really good, and if you want good ambience, you can visit the Hj...more
There are now 9 different locations for Satay Kajang Hj. Samuri, of which 3 are in Kajang. So I guess you don't HAVE to go to Kajang to enjoy great Kajang satay! I usually get 5 chicken and 5 beef - I prefer the beef but like the variety. Their teh ais (iced tea with sweetened condensed milk) is okay. I think I like their watermelon juice better.more
The restaurant isn't that great in a sense of cleaniness but this is the place to have the best satay in Kajang. The meat in each bamboo stick are larger and average other satay restaurant or stalls. Beef and Mutton Satay. They do serve Hainaness Fried Noodles with Coconut and Sugar Can drinks.more
The easiest way to get to Kajang is by commuter train. From the main KL Central station (KL Sentral), go to the KTM counter and buy a ticket to Kajang. As of right now (Feb 2004) I think it costs 2.80 ringgit one-way.The ride should take you right around 30 minutes. Once you get out of the train station, there will be plenty of taxi drivers willing...more
If you're doing public transportation, it's actually quite easy in Kajang. You have three choices: taxi, sum bus or bus mini.Taking a taxi from Kajang to anywhere , like the train station, will usually be at least 5 ringgit. Even though the train station is only about a 15-minute walk. But it's hot, so it's sometimes worth it.The "sum bus" and the...more
Courts Mammoth, yeah, buy with installment monthly/weekly. No money to pay, let them carry the furniture...but luckily I never go to CM.
I am not too sure if these tunnel are still in there. These tunnels are located behind Kajang High School, I am not too sure if the School will lead you on a trip. These tunnels was suppose to be dug out between 1943-1945 during the Japanese occupation in Malaya. These tunnel are believe to have a access to other entry around Kajang with one believe to be in Convent Kajang Girl School.
The last I heard these tunnel were actually covered by the school to avoid any accidents. But there are somemore behind the school compound in the woods.
The par 72 18-holes course plays to 6658 yds from the blue tees... The First Nine is 3321 yds while the Second Nine is 3337 yds... Owned and operated by a Japanese, the course is popular with Japanese golfers, although local golfers are attracted by its promotion with lunch packages... The course is comparatively flat and comparatively easy to play... Good scores are the order of the day... The club has an air-conditioned drink hut, the only of its kind in Malaysian golf courses...
Equipment: For F&B, there is the Cafe Terrace and the Restaurant where both Chinese and Japanese are served... The club also caters for meetings... There is also a pro sport and driving range for golfers... Besides golfing, there is also a 25m swimming pool, tennis courts and squash courts...