Monday, 30 January 2017

DIMANA ANDA MENCARI POSKAD DI ALOR SETAR

CikMaiBee and Gunung Keriang (Mount Keriang) is a 250 million year old lump of mainly limestone rock which is said to be in the shape of an elephant and reaches a height of 218 meters. It is located about 8 km north-west of Alor Setar close to the Kedah Paddy Museum. It is geologically unique and ten different rocks are found here including attractive calcite crystals which are much sought after by collectors and fung-shui believers. 3lalatphotography.

Jam 7.33am, pagi Ahad penulis sudah berlarian ke Jalan Gunung Keriang yang agak jauh dari kota mencari sarapan. Gara-gara mengikut entri blogger pernah mencuba sarapan sedap disini. Penulis tiba di restoran Roti Doll Mee Shiam yang popular itu walaupun indah khabar dari rupa. Rupa-rupanya hanyalah kedai mamak yang biasa-biasa. Layan sahajalah, yang penting isteri penulis tidak meroyan.

Jam 9.30am, sudah mengambil anak lanang di Kolej Mara Kuala Nerang.

Jam 10.40am, tiba dan melawat Muzium Padi. Kedai cenderamata yang baru ditukar pengurusan tidak menjual poskad. "Kami jual kraftangan je wak," kata abam tuan punya kedai itu.

Jam 12.51pm, tiba dan melawat Muzium Negeri. Tiada kedai cenderamata, dan poskad tidak dijual disini.

Jam 1.21pm, tiba di pusat beli belah Aman Central. Makan di restoran Sushi King sudah.

Jam 3.33pm, balik ke hotel bajet (Hijrah), lepak dan istirehat.

Jam 4.14pm, periksa keluar (check out) walaupun penulis bayar sehingga esoknya. Penulis terus ke pekan Kuala Nerang untuk menghantar anak lanang bergunting di belakang restoran KFC.

Jam 6.06pm, dari asrama kolej Kuala Nerang, penulis terus berlarian ke Lapangan Terbang Kepala Batas. Nasib baiklah juga ada kedi cenderahati disitu dan ada menjual poskad. Tapi bukanlah poskad negeri Kedah seperti yang penulis cari. "Lima keping empat hinggit wak," kata ahkak kaunter. Penulis beli 25 keping sudah.

Kemudian penulis terus pulang ke Bangi dimalam hari yang sibuk di lebuhraya.

Blog bukanlah hakmilik kekal.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.


The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

Sitting on the revolving platform. The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

Sengkuang calit, Muzium Padi food court.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

The Kedah Paddy Museum is is dedicated to the rice plant, paddy, the world's most important crop. The word "paddy" is derived from the Malay word padi meaning rice plant. The Paddy Museum is big, with an area of 12,000 square meters spread over three floors.The architecture of the building is designed to symbolize bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs decorate the external facade and are used on railings in the interior.

Paddy harvester machine, Jalan Kampung Hutan near Gunung Kerian.


Muzium Negeri Kedah.

Muzium Negeri Kedah.

Muzium Negeri Kedah.

Muzium Negeri Kedah.

Salmon steak set. Diambil dengan iPhone cap aiYam. Sushi King, Aman Central Shopping plaza.

Finally, I got the postcards from the Kedah airport, but no Kedah based though. Also known as the Alor Setar Airport, the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport serves Kedah and neighbouring states.

The postcards belong not to Kedah. Also known as the Alor Setar Airport, the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport serves Kedah and neighbouring states.

14 comments:

  1. sengkuang calit..nyum, nyum...banyaknya poskad wak beli..menarik poskadnya..

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    1. berkawan (penpals) biarlah behibu mkcik bukit kannn., hehe2

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  2. saya pernah ke muzium padi lima ke enam tahun dulu..tapi sayangnya masa pergi yang platform putar-putar alam tu rosak.

    Hai lah wak, berjalan sampai ke Kdeh, makan sushi jugak akhirnya ye

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    1. platform yg pusing tu mmg kreatip je wak tenok., hehe2

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  3. muzium padi ?? tak pernah singgah lagi so far

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    1. tapi cik siti penah dengar kann., hehe2 dekat je tuuh dgn pulau penang naa

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  4. Sebenarnya nilai mesj postcard ni lebih berseni jika dibanding dgn mesej di media sosial. Sebelum ada ym, kemana pergi saya mesti beli postcard kat tempat tu. Pos ke kawan2 untuk bukti sampai ke situ dgn kata2 indah.

    Posscard sekarang dah tinggal kenangan.

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    1. mmg btol bro, skrg ni aktiviti poskad pun dh nak pupus, nk cari beli poskad pun susah skrg nih., tapi ade je orang yg masih minat hantar poskad seluruh dunia.,, jgn lupa setem 50 sen ye., hehe2

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  5. menarik juga kat sini ye..

    memori lama suka kumpul poskad... rindunya zmn dulu2

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    1. mmg menarik ye mkcik Lya,., meh la join group pengumpul poskad., hehe2

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  6. terasa turut 'sampai' ke kedah dengan membaca entri ini.

    hihihi

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  7. wak - anak wak yg baru abes spm tu ke kat KM Kuala Nerang tu?

    buat a-level ke IB?

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    1. A level tak, International Baccalaureate pun tak.,
      Asasi sains jakk.,

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