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Friday, 30 October 2015

Keunikan Terengganu kini dekat dengan anda di Dataran Merdeka

Macam kat Pasar Payang


Jom kita ke PESONA TERENGGANU 2015 di Dataran Merdeka yang menampilkan pelbagai tarikan menarik dan keunikan Terengganu terutama di Pavilion Pelancongan.

Ia adalah promosi awal bagi Tahun Melawat Terengganu 2017.

Banyak sekali keunikan Terengganu di bawa kepada anda di Dataran Merdeka anda seolah-olah anda berada di Terengganu dan ia memang mendapat sambutan dan menggamit perhatian pengunjung.

Karnival PESONA TERENGGANU ini akan berlangsung sehingga 1 Nov 2015 di Dataran Merdeka dan 2 Nov 2015 di Dataran DBKL bagi Terengganu Kitchen.

Mak maroh jual mahal

warisan tenunan songket juga ditampulkan di sini.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

RipumBlog: Payang Memory Lane, Kg Cina, Terengganu, Malaysia



RipumBlog: The Memory Lane, Kg China, Terengganu, Malaysia : Welcome to China, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia The beauty of Umbrella #Pesona Terengganu

RipumBlog: Fire Fly- The amazing of Setiu Wetlands, Setiu, Te...



RipumBlog: Fire Fly- The amazing of Setiu Wetlands, Setiu, Te...: Fire Fly of Setiu Wetlands, Terengganu, Malaysia #Pesona Terengganu

RipumBlog: Birds Of Terengganu, MALAYSIA



RipumBlog: Birds Of Terengganu, MALAYSIA: #FB Tolahah Muda

RipumBlog: The Birds of Terengganu



RipumBlog: The Birds of Terengganu: Sitar Bird Ciak Bird Merbuk @ Yellow Vented Bulbul #FB Tolahah Muda

RipumBlog: Wild Elephant Of Terengganu- Kenyir Lake



RipumBlog: Wild Elephant Of Terengganu- Kenyir Lake: #FB Dome Nikon

RipumBlog: Terengganu Rainforest Rare Flower



RipumBlog: Terengganu Rainforest Rare Flower: Rare saprophytic plant, Thismia asaroe | Terengganu rainforest. Location: Terengganu, MALAYSIA #FB Dome Nikon

RipumBlog: Terengganu Hornbill... very exciting



RipumBlog: Terengganu Hornbill... very exciting: Oriental Pied Hornbill Hornbill Bird The hornbills are a family of bird found in tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia ...

RipumBlog: Wild Fruits Of Terengganu- Gnetum Gnemum



RipumBlog: Wild Fruits Of Terengganu- Gnetum Gnemum: Wild fruits of Terengganu that call by local as ' Malinja' and known as ' Gnetum Gnemum' Melinjo Gnetum gn...

RipumBlog: Terengganu Rainforest- The heritage



RipumBlog: Terengganu Rainforest- The heritage: The lost world of Terengganu Nepenthes Ampullaria #FB Dome Nikon

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Nasi, Budu, Ikan Singgang lauk orang Terengganu




Lauk di atas iaitu budu, ikan singgang, ikan kukus goreng dan ulam adalah antara makanan asasi orang Terengganu dan juga pantai timur.

Walaupun nampak ringkas, ianya amat menyelerakan dan mampu membuka selera jika demam atau sakit. Hebatkan. Iabukanlah lauk yang mahal, sekadar ikan selayang atau kembong mahupun ikan selar kuning. Sudah cukup untuk memberi selera kepada seluruh keluarga.

Inilah keunikan makanan tradisi. Ringkas namun amat bermakna dan penuh memori

#FB Jeehan Abdullah - tq atas gambar
#FB Residen Kuala Terengganu ( KUTERER)

Friday, 16 October 2015

Manisan @ Nisan Kerek yang kini sudah komersial di Terengganu



Manisan sangat sinonim dengan masakan yang digunakan sejak zaman-berzaman, namun bagi memenuhi permintaan yang semakin meningkat, sebuah syarikat, Manis Sokmo Enterprise menyediakan manisan secara moden.
Cara lama dimensi baru. Slogan ini bertepatan dengan pembuatan manisan kerek kerana ramuannya masih dikekalkan, tetapi cara pembuatannya mengikut peredaran zaman.
Penggunaan teknologi dalam penyediaan makanan tradisional menjadikan perusahaan itu mampu dikomersialkan dengan lebih meluas.
Pengurus Manis Sokmo Enterprise, Suri Abdul Ghani berkata, bagi menyediakan manisan kerek, air nira kelapa, gula dan daun mengkuang perlu digunakan.
Katanya, setiap hari, 40 liter air nira kelapa diperlukan dan ia diambil dari kebun kelapanya di Kampung Jenang, Marang.
“Biasanya 20 batang pokok kelapa dicaras mayangnya sebelum ditadah untuk mendapatkan air nira dan kerja itu perlu dilakukan setiap hari.
“Selain itu, bekalan daun mengkuang diperoleh daripada penduduk berhampiran dengan harga RM45 bagi 100 helai manakala upah bagi mengeringkan daun berkenaan pula RM25 bagi 100 helai.
“Setiap hari, sebanyak 5,000 keping manisan perlu disiapkan bagi memenuhi permintaan pasaran dan dibekalkan ke Pasar Marang, Pasar Chabang Tiga, Kuala Terengganu dan Pasar Du­ngun, selain dihantar kepada lapan pasar raya di negeri ini,” katanya.
Menurutnya, perusahaan yang diusahakan sejak 11 tahun lalu itu mendapat pensijilan halal pada tahun 2007 dan Skim Pensijilan Makanan Selamat Tanggung­jawab Industri (MeSTI).
Suri berkata, beliau menyertai pelbagai kursus anjuran agensi kerajaan bagi mendalami ilmu perniagaan.
Katanya, tempahan biasanya meningkat setiap kali musim cuti dan perayaan sehingga membolehkannya menjual antara 10,000 ­sehingga 15,000 keping manisan sehari.
Berikutan permintaan makin meningkat, teknologi terkini seperti mesin pengacau dan dapur gas diperlukan bagi menggantikan dapur kayu api dan teknik mengacau secara manual.
“Tiga jenis manisan kerek dihasilkan iaitu manisan yang bahan campurannya terdiri daripada 90 peratus air nira kelapa dan 10 peratus gula dinamakan manisan asli, bagi campuran masing-masing 50 peratus air nira dan gula pula dipanggil manisan tuak.
“Bagi manisan biasa pula, nisbahnya ialah 90 peratus gula dicampur dengan 10 peratus air nira dan masing-masing dijual dengan harga RM1.70, RM1.20 dan RM1.
“Dengan bantuan enam pekerja tetap dan 12 sambilan, saya mampu mengusahakan produk sampingan antaranya dodol upih dan manisan kelapa,” katanya.
Menurut Suri, konsep cara lama demensi baru bersesuaian dalam penghasilan manisan berikutan penggunaan air nira kelapa dan daun mengkuang masih dikekalkan.
Bagaimanapun, katanya, dia kini berdepan masalah mendapatkan bekalan daun mengkuang .
“Saya bekerjasama dengan agensi kerajaan yang kini menjalankan kajian mencari alternatif bagi menghasilkan bingkai atau kerek yang lebih efisien.
Menceritakan pengalamannya dalam perusahaan itu, Suri berkata, idea menjadi pengusaha timbul apabila dia sering membantu jirannya menyiapkan manisan.
“Ketika itu saya bekerja kilang dengan pendapatan hanya RM350 sebulan. Memikirkan gaji rendah dan tidak setimpal dengan kudrat, timbul minat dan tekad untuk mengusahakan manisan.
“Majoriti penduduk kampung ini membuat manisan secara tradisional dan melalui pengalaman, saya mampu mengembangkan perusahaan ini secara tradisional kepada komersial,” katanya.

#Harian Metro

Jering Rebus makanan klasik orang Terengganu



Kuala Terengganu: Hanya dengan menjual jering rebus dan buah perah, seorang wanita dari Kampung Pasir Panjang, di sini, mampu meraih pendapatan sehingga RM800 sehari.
Rosnas Muda, 53, berkata, dia sudah menjalankan perniagaan itu selama 20 tahun lalu setelah mewarisinya daripada arwah datuknya.
“Jering rebus kami terkenal dan mempunyai pelanggan tetap dari dalam dan luar negeri sejak dulu lagi.
“Buah jering dan perah jenis bermusim dan kerana itu hanya pada September hingga November saja ia dijual. Sepanjang tempoh itu, penggemar dari serata tempat termasuk Kuala Lumpur, Johor dan Kuantan datang ke gerai saya untuk membelinya,” katanya ketika ditemui Harian Metro di gerai jualannya di sini, semalam.
Rosnas berkata, memandangkan sambutan terhadap jering rebus sangat menggalakkan, dia terpaksa merebus tiga periuk jering setiap hari bagi memenuhi permintaan pelanggan.

#Harian Metro

Saturday, 10 October 2015

Antara Foto Terbaik- Photo Contest 2015- People Choices Winner


People's Choice Winner

National Deer Key Refuge, Florida Keys. Photo © Kyle Miller

"This was one of my last opportunities to shoot the sunset while in the Florida Keys, and I came close to calling it off when a summer squall popped up just as I arrived on location in the National Key Deer Refuge. I decided to wait it out, and after a few minutes the rain stopped and the clouds cleared just in time for sunset. After wading about a half mile across a shallow mangrove flat (and through dense clouds of mosquitoes), I set up shop and tried shooting several different compositions as the sun sank into the horizon. Although I did get several “keepers”, I didn’t feel that I’d captured the shot that I’d envisioned, and started to make my way back to the car. After a few minutes, the sky lit up with beautiful pastels and I immediately noticed that a small red mangrove tree that I’d passed earlier from the other direction provided the exact composition that I’d hoped to find. This is the photo that I had set out to capture. To me, there is nothing more soothing than spending time completely immersed in nature."

Camera details: Nikon D750, 24mm, 1/5 second exposure at f/8, ISO 100
@www.nature.org

Terrapuri, Setiu, Terengganu- one of the best choice boutique hotel by Gaya Travel



For the past few years, boutique hotels and resorts have become one of the most desired accommodations among travellers, which may due to its well designed architecture, personalised service and strong local identity and characteristics. Thus, it is no surprise to see that this kind of property is spreading rapidly in Malaysia to cater to tourists’ desire in staying at properties with palpable sense of place.
Below is the list of our choice of boutique hotels and resorts that Gaya Travel thinks proudly feature the quintessential Malaysian style, which is drawn from the country’s multi-culture. Let’s escape, rest and even be inspired at these places!


1. Terrapuri, Setiu, Terengganu
Terrapuri (The Land of Palaces) features 29 Terengganu Malay classic houses that are over a hundred years old and converted into 20 lovingly restored villas, reception pavilion, gallery, beach house, private function pavilion, open air dining pavilion and library. These houses stand out with its raised platform on stilts, triangular steep gabled roof, slightly curvy gable ends (peles), rhomboid shaped terracotta roof and tiles and walls made of timber panels.

@www.gayatravel.com.my

Antara Foto Terbaik- Photo Contest 2015- 2nd Runner Up



2nd Runner Up

Jumping Through the sunset at Carpinteria Beach, California. Photo © John Nordstrand

"This was captured during one of the more spectacular evenings from winter 2014. I live close to this spot, Carpinteria Beach in Carpinteria, California, and tried to find a good place to setup for the shot. I was fortunate to walk all the way down to the end of the beach where I saw the tidal pool. As the sunset unfolded, the reflections in the pool just got better and better.

I had originally liked the image just as a landscape. But there is a local guy who walks the beach every night, and he had come down and gone all the way around the point. On his return, he just happened to "jump through" the perfect spot."

Camera details: Canon 70D, a Canon EFS 10-18 Zoom Lens F4.5/5.6, and the settings were ISO 400, 10 mm, F 8.0 at 1/125.
@www.nature.org

Antara Foto Terbaik- Photo Contest 2015- First Runner Up



First Runner Up



Yosemite at night. Photo © Kris Thornton

"Last summer, my best friend and I traveled through Death valley and Yosemite. We spent three days camping and hiking around, taking in what this beautiful world has to offer. We hiked around most of the day and decided to set up in this small meadow. In the distance there is a small campground and children were playing in the field with headlamps on. Before it got too dark we set up the gear on a tripod and focused on the gorgeous half dome. It was getting dark fast and I knew I likely had one chance to get a good shot. We sat for about another hour waiting for the night to become black as could be and the only light was from the stars, moon, a few passing cars and if you look closely a climber's head lamp on the side of the mountain. I used a trigger and had the camera set in bulb mode. I did this shot as a 30 min exposure. I wanted to go for 40 min, but with the passing cars, I thought the photo was ruined and decided to try again the next night. This was the result. We had a great time and it is a memory I will always have."

Camera details: Nikon D800, 17-35 1.8 lens. 30 mi

@www.nature.org

Antara Foto Terbaik- Photo Contest 2015- Grand Prize


Daripada 17,000 penyertaan.

Grand Prize

Red fox at Island Beach State Park, New Jersey. Photo © Jessica Kirste

"Every winter I go to Island Beach State Park in New Jersey to photograph the many red foxes that call this beautiful 10 mile long, preserved barrier island their home. It was an overcast day in February of 2014 when I spotted a fox resting on a small dune nearby. Quietly I lay flat on the ground in the parking lot some feet away from a large puddle, and the fox eventually woke up from its nap and started walking through the puddle in search of food. The fox took some interest and made eye contact as it walked through the puddle while I fired away. It was an incredible moment with a wild red fox. These beautiful small creatures are as interested in us as we are with them. Being an overcast day, the light was not a problem. With this being a wildlife shot you have to work quickly when the moment happens and hope that you get at least one great shot. Island Beach took a hit from Hurricane Sandy but these foxes amazingly survived and the island continues to recover. That photo shoot with the fox is a day I will never forget!"

Camera details: Canon 7D, 180mm, 1/1000 second exposure at f/5.6, ISO 500
@www.nature,org

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Promosi Grilled Steamboat Hotel Seri Malaysia Kuala Terengganu


Hotel Seri Malaysia Kuala Terengganu memperkenalkan promosi terkini iaitu 'GRILLED STEAMBOAT' serendah RM30.00 seorang dengan minima tempahan 2 orang.

Juga Promosi Steamboat serendah RM20.00 seorang juga dengan minima tempahan 2 orang.

Hotel yang terletak berhampiran destinasi popular masa kini di Kuala Terengganu iaitu Kampung Cina dan Pulau Warisan tentunya memudahkan anda untuk menikmati pelbagai tarikan dan kemudahan di sini.

Buat tempahan untuk orang dan keluarga tersayang sambil menikmati keindahan Sungai Terengganu. Hubungi 09-6236454 untuk tempahan dan maklumat lanjut.

@Terima kasih Puan Azizah- Hotel Seri Malaysia Kuala Terengganu

Jom kita tengok Gamelan di Stadium Tertutup, Gong Badak... irama klasik Terengganu yang unik




Di sini ingin wawarkan dua 'event' yang akan berlangsung di Terengganu anjuran Muzium Negeri Terengganu iaitu Pertandingan Klasik Gamelan Melayu Peringkat Kebangsaan pada 20 hingga 21 Oktober 2015.
 Ia berlangsung dari jam 8.30 malam hingga 10.30 malam.

 Manakala  Festival Gamelan Sedunia pada 24 hingga 26 Oktober 2015 di Stadium Tertutup Gong Badak, Kuala Terengganu dan akan berlangsung dari jam 4.30 petang hingga 11.00 malam.

Jom kita bawa famili ramai-ramai dan menikmati keindahan muzik Gamelan yang mengasyikkan.

# Terima Kasih Tg Anis Suraya- Muzium Negeri Terengganu

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