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Raja Nong Chik di Majlis Penyerahan Bantuan “Jom ke Sekolah Tahun 2010”

Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar, Dato’ Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin di majlis Penyerahan Bantuan “Jom ke Sekolah Tahun 2010”.

Kecoh di Jalan P.Ramlee

Salam,

Hari tu kecoh habis. Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar, Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin keluarkan arahan supaya 5 Kelab yang terkenal di kawasan tersebut, tidak dibenarkan mengadakan persembahan ‘live’ atau persembahan dj di tapak perniagaan mereka.

Ini petikan berita di ambil dari NST.

Ban on live band takes toll on nightclub business
By Noel Achariam and Halim Said

2010/01/04

KUALA LUMPUR: Loud music which could usually be heard booming from several popular clubs in Jalan P. Ramlee was conspicuously absent yesterday following City Hall’s New Year’s Eve decision to revoke their entertainment licences.
Business is usually slow on a Sunday night but a check at the affected clubs showed that the premises were practically deserted.

Five popular clubs — the Beach Club, Thai Club, Aloha, Poppy Garden and Rum Jungle — have been barred from having any live band or deejay performing at their premises from Jan 1.

City Hall said the decision was made following complaints about the loud music from the clubs. A City Hall spokesperson said the clubs had been given warnings prior to their licences being revoked.

The spokesperson, however, declined to give more details.

Attempts to get comments from mayor Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail were unsuccessful.

Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin is out of town and is only expected to be back tomorrow.

Some of the bands that were supposed to be performing live at the clubs on New Year’s Eve are now jobless as they are bound by the performing contract.

There are concerns that the decision would have a negative impact on the city’s tourism as the clubs are popular with tourists and the area is considered one of the city’s entertainment hotspots.

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Saya percaya tindakan Raja Nong Chik itu adalah untuk kesejahteraan bersama. (Nama lagi menteri kesejahteraan bandar, jadi memang tugas beliau buat semua ni)

Pada pendapat saya, memang patut aktiviti-aktivit sedemikian dikurangkan. Bukan sahaja ia menjadi tempat maksiat, malah mengganggu keamanan dan kesejahteraan orang sekeliling. Memang benar saya tidak pernah ‘menikmati’ hiburan sebegitu. Jadi kenapa saya bising-bising? Mereka berniaga. Perniagaan mereka adalah untuk kesenangan orang sekeliling. Pabila perniagaan mereka hanya menyenangkan minoriti, dan menimbulkan ketidak-selesaan dan kemarahan golongan majoriti, apa kata kaji balik elokkah perniagaan mereka itu.Memang benar mereka juga bayar cukai kepada kerajaan. Tapi adakah berbaloi?

Kita tanyalah diri kita sendiri. Apa-apa pun, saya rasa tindakan Raja Nong Chik itu bersesuaian dengan keadaan dan tempat. Bukan senang nak berlaku adil pada semua, tapi kita berusaha dan insyaAllah, kita akan nampak hasilnya.

Shopping at Golden Triangle

Bukit Bintang is the main shopping area of the Golden Triangle with many of KL’s most well-known malls. The main shopping streets are Jalan Bukit Bintang, Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Imbi. KLCC has the popular Suria KLCC mall while the adjacent Jalan Ampang also has several shopping complexes.

Bukit Bintang

  • Sungei Wang Plaza, Jalan Bukit Bintang (direct bridge to Monorail Bukit Bintang), Bukit Bintang. A great place to buy cameras and watches (discounts are given for cash payments, although credit cards are accepted). Sungei Wang also hosts a concentration of tailors of men’s and women’s clothing. This is a maze of a mall, take a compass with you to find your way out!
Sungei Wang Plaza

Sungei Wang Plaza

  • Lot 10,  Jalan Bukit Bintang, (direct bridge to Monorail Bukit Bintang), Bukit Bintang. A favourite among Malaysians and tourists alike, Lot 10 is Bukit Bintang’s very own “Emerald City”, housing boutiques that will appeal to shoppers looking for goods in all price brackets. It houses the Isetan department store.
  • Starhill Gallery,  Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, adjoining JW Marriott Hotel. The nearest station to this mall is Monorail Bukit Bintang. Starhill is a literally an English translation of “Bukit Bintang”. A shopping centre that rivals Suria KLCC for designer goods. A must-visit for watch aficionados as the ‘Adorn’ floor (1st floor) houses the biggest selection of designer wrist-watch boutiques like, amongst others, Jaeger-Le Coultre, Roger Dubuis, Audemars Piguet, Breguet, Tag Heuer, Omega, Vacheron Constantin, IWC, Patek Philippe and Rolex, of course. Great if you have lots of cash to splurge.
Starhill Gallery

Starhill Gallery

  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,  Jalan Bukit Bintang, opposite the Starhill Gallery. This KL’s latest luxury megamall is an anchor piece of the world-class urban development comprising two luxury residential towers, a corporate office. The mall has six distinctive precincts, Couture Pavilion, Bintang Circle, Gourmet_Emporium, Connection, Seventh Heaven and Home that contains approximately 450 stores, providing customers with infinite choices and the latest in fashion, entertainment, health and beauty, electronic, gourmet food and countless others. There is pedestrian bridge that links the mall to KLCC.
  • Low Yat Plaza, Jalan Bukit Bintang (Monorail Imbi, walk past Melia and turn left into an alley before Imbi Plaza or exit from Monorail Bukit Bintang towards Jalan Bukit Bintang south), Bukit Bintang. A good place for computer hardware, game consoles and handphones. A “must visit” for the tech inclined. All IT Hypermart (4th floor) is a good one-stop shop, but there are dozens of specialist computing boutiques for the enthusiast.
  • Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Imbi (direct bridge to Monorail Imbi), Bukit Bintang. A gargantuan ten-story shopping mall that houses world’s largest Borders bookstore, Malaysian department store Metrojaya, the Cosmo’s World theme park plus an IMAX theater. The upper floors are still a bit sparse but it’s starting to reach critical mass and can get quite packed on weekends.
Berjaya Times Square

Berjaya Times Square

  • Other shopping malls in the Bukit Bintang area include BB Plaza, KL Plaza, a mini retail annexe known as Piccolo Galeria.

KLCC

  • Suria KLCC, – Located beneath the Petronas Twin Towers (LRT Kelana Jaya Line: KLCC). An upscale shopping centre with plenty of designer labels and brands, KLCC has quickly become one of the top hangout-spots in KL. Some very good eating options too. You will see more tourists than locals here though. The LRT stops at another shopping mall called Avenue K. There is a tunnel from the train station which links to Suria KLCC.
KLCC

KLCC

Bukit Kiara Juara Stadium

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Aquaria, KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Alamanda, Putrajaya

Alamanda, Putrajaya

Alamanda, Putrajaya