melaka open house

Month of ‘Open Houses’

Melaka State Hari Raya Open house recently…

The culture of visiting each other during religious celebration is common in Malaysia. Starting from a family houses to nearest neighbor around the house, friends outside the area to the bigger state or national open houses.

During Eidul Fitri, especially during first 3 day of it, generally every Malay / Muslim houses are open to visitors. At least a variety of biscuit will be served at the table.

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— asmaliana

Feel the warmth in Southeast Asia

The weather in South East Asia are generally warm. As you all know the SEA country are united under the ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations). The Members are:Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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iron maiden

Torture Exhibition

I don’t want to imagine it, but I know that there are people whole this kind of eerie stuff. It’s gothic and old, a history that prove people can be really nasty when ring so satisfy their heart.

So if you want to see those gothic and medieval instrument to torture people, Tortura exhibition are here until 31st October 2011. Place at Dataran Pahlawan upper pergola, Banda Hilir.

Suspended Animation: Pain, Pleasure and Punishment in Medieval Culture

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Nation Celebration

Before this we already celebrate Chinese New Year with Hari Raya they called it kongxi-raya, then we had Deepavali with Hari Raya and they called it depa-raya. Now Merdeka – Raya. So this year the Hari Raya, other than cheerful LED and lamp, home decor will be added with National Flag. 31 August fall on the second day of Eidul Fitri

hitting the road for ‘jalan-jalan raya’

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— asmaliana

shopping spree

Shopping Spree week

Starting this week to end of this month will be full of shopping activities by Malaysian that celebrate Hari Raya or Eidul Fitri. For any celebration, to live up the celebration spirit physically is through buying new things for the special day.

That was what we experience since we were kid. Wearing new clothes, new shoes, new home furniture, new decor or paint.

Now we are continuing the spirit at our children by buying them a nice new clothes for hari raya.

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— asmaliana

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