Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year 2011

To all readers of my blog and my book. Happy new year. Remember invest first, travel later.

Overall 2010 is a tought year for me and my family but we manage to get trought it.

For 2011, yes indeed is more tougher. But we should mentally ready for any outcome a tough year.

My resolution for this 2011 is to improve my time management, work smarter, publish more books, start my thesis and last but not least improve my investment skills.

Goodbye 2010. Welcome 2011!!

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Obey the traffic rules, avoid paying summons and safe the money for investment

No need to say more. Speeding cost live and burn holes in your pocket. Other than higher fuel consumptions, speeding also can get you speeding ticket. If you ignore the ticket, there is a time the ticket will haunt you.

Stay calm, invest more. Hopefully you can get to your destination safely and save your money too.

Queensbay Mall, Penang Island, Malaysia

This is my short trip to Penang. Out first plan is to ride train at Bukit Bendera. But since it is close for upgrading works, we go to Queensbay instead. Travelling is quite smooth, thanks to the widening of Penang bridge.

The Queensbay Mall is quite OK but outdoor parking is not up to the standard. The sea air is very breathy and food stall at the roadside is great,

Enjoy the picture.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Electric Train Services Seremban - KL - Ipoh

A picture inspired by Shinkansen with Mount Fuji background

I once wrote the article of high speed electric train first in 1997. But fortunately (or unfortunately), I've got the opportunity to ride the train.

The ETS services currently using Seremban - KL Sentral - Ipoh route. The promotional fair for KL Sentral - Ipoh is RM30. Will be raised to after March 2011. The price is higher than KTMB shuttle service (RM22 and RM12 for economy seat)

The ride is comfortable. The track was very smooth after you leave Rawang. At Perak area than the train start to speed up to the maximum 146km/h.

There is also a steward like Air Asia which serve you snacks and drinks.

Overall the ride is smooth and fast. From KL to Ipoh is less than 2 hours. Malaysian will be waiting when the services is extended nationwide.

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