Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Strolling and Posing-Memosing @ Darul Aman Park

Darul Aman Park, situated along the North South Highway, is a favourite public recreation area among families in Jitra, and visitors. It is also popular among students who are doing courses at the Polytechnic, Teacher Training Institute and other institutes such as ILP and Aminuddin Baki nearby. It becomes a landmark when it was chosen as the venue for the Rumah Terbuka Hari Raya Malaysia in December 2002. Various top artistes have also performed at its open concert during the Jom Heboh Extravaganza and other national events. It sure has many stories to tell, and many dramas are yet to unfold here.


Elviza said...

Ah, this fast turning to be a premier travelogue in the blog sphere. Heh!

Psssssttt! someone talks about you in Write Away. :-P

GUiKP said...

That is utterly sweet. I must stop checking the Sitemeter/StatCounter every now and then. Someone in KL is waiting for the final figures from me. Must email her before 5 pm today. Ah, the lure of blogging ...

Zawi said...

Sorry for the late arrival. Didn't know that you have started blogging until I saw the write up in Elviza's blogsite. Thank you Elviza for talking about it in Write Away.

GUiKP said...

Thank you for dropping by. I see that your blog now has a new look. There's so much I have to catch up with.

Hi&Lo said...


Got the head up from Elviza of your baptism in blogging.

Your photos are amazing. I used to travel the length and breadth of Kedah and northern territory in the 80's.

Kubang Pasu as I remembered has a charm of its own and yet modern and spick and span. The charm is in its people full of warmth and hospitality.

Small towns grow great characters.

tokasid said...

Salam AMIR:

Didn't know you have started but sis Elviza pointed it out.Glad you did this. Will link yours to mine.

GUiKP said...

Your words are always full of wisdom. We have so much to learn from you. And there's a lot more beautiful things we do not know about you. Thank you for gracing GUiKP.

Welcome Sir. Always enjoy your stories on SAHC. More please.