Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is a one-stop destination to learn, play, shop and eat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Visitors will discover the rich colonial history behind Malaysian pewter crafting via complimentary guided museum and factory tours. In the Foundry workshop you will be guided through the process of casting, polishing and decorating a pewter accessory by an experienced instructor. At the end of the session, you will take home your own pewter accessory.
Kiulu River is located on the northwestern part of Sabah in a small town called Kiulu which are recognized as being the second most beautiful village in Malaysia. Kiulu white water rafting is classified as Class I - II river and it only take you 1 ½ hour drive from the city of Kota Kinabalu.Trip begins with a safety briefing session conducted by a professional raft guide that will demonstrates rafting techniques and proper handling of rafting equipment before rafting commences. Excursion covers up to about 9KM to 15KM, depending on the water level. The journey will take about 1 ½ hours of rafting before reaching the ending point. While enjoy lunch you may get a quick sun tan before heading back to your hotels.
Welcome to the dark abyss of fine dining in Kuala Lumpur! Enhance your senses to intensifying heights as you dine in total darkness served by the first of its kind in Malaysia. Experience the unique concept in the heart of the capital city for a one-of-a-kind gastronomic adventure! Invite your company for the night and dress to impress as you enter posh restaurant interiors. Before you go into the shadowy confines of the dining hall, get to participate in a short icebreaker session with your companions for a fun interlude. Finally, step into the void and let professional service personnel––who are visually impaired––guide you to your tables and the step-by-step process of dining in the dark! Keeping the mysterious ambiance alive, choose from three different Surprise Menu choices and await its delicious reveal at the end of the dinner.
The private guided Johor Bahru Malaysia Tour from Singapore starts with a visit to Chinatown followed by a visit to the State Legislative Assembly Building at Kota Iskandar. Enjoy a lunch of local cuisines and finally, visit the Malay Cultural Village to watch a traditional dance. You will have the opportunity to get hands on either to make your own Teh Tarik (Local Pulled Tea) or unleash your creativity to create your own batik painting.Please Note:The Johor State Parliament Assembly Hall at Kota Iskandar Sultan Ismail Building will be temporarily closed for tour visits from 01 - 05 March 2020 for maintenace and preparations for the next Assembly session on 05 March 2020. Our Heritage Tour of Johor Bahru will operate as usual, excluding the visit to the Assembly Hall. Guests will still be able to visit the other parts of the area, including Sultan Ismail Building, the Jauhar Gallery, Kasturi/Rampai Gardens and Mosque Roof Garden.
Welcome to the dark abyss of fine dining in Kuala Lumpur! Enhance your senses to intensifying heights as you dine in total darkness served by the first of its kind in Malaysia. Experience the unique concept in the heart of the capital city for a one-of-a-kind gastronomic adventure!.Before you go into the shadowy confines of the dining hall, get to participate in a short icebreaker session with your companions for a fun interlude. Finally, step into the void and let professional service personnel–who are visually impaired–guide you to your tables and the step-by-step process of dining in the dark! Keeping the mysterious ambiance alive, choose from three different Surprise Menu choices and await its delicious reveal at the end of the dinner. Dazzle your date nights with mystifying delight as you anticipate one bite at a time! Let your heightened sense of taste enjoy a 4-course feast served by a renowned chef and trust your service personnel to assist.
Standardized Patients (SPs) has been used as an educational tool for clinical teaching and learning skills among medical students in developed countries. The objective of the study was to look at the second year medical students'' perception toward SPs for learning to communicate with patients during history taking.The study comprised of two components: a developmental project and a descriptive research component, conducted at the School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia during the teaching of the Respiratory Block involving 203 medical students. A total of 155 students were involved as respondents.Most of the students were satisfied with the elements of venue, duration of the session, facilities, instruction for reviewers and patient scenario sheet that were utilised during the history taking session. 83.1% of the respondents had satisfactory overall perception toward the SPs. This study revealed that most of students were satisfied with the SPs performance and had positive perception toward using SPs for learning to communicate with patients.
The Curriculum assessment has been an important tool in measuring the effectiveness of the curriculum to evaluate graduate learning perception. This study was to evaluate how the curriculum of Hotel and Catering Management Program at the Sultan Idris Shah Polytechnic, Malaysia contributes to the graduates future career. The data was gathered by conducting a survey questionnaire that was distributed to the graduates and by conducting an interview session, this study examines the skills that are contributed to graduates in facing the hospitality industry. Findings of this study maybe useful as a value added for Hotel and Catering Program provider and hospitality industry.
This Book is about the Pharmacy Practice and counseling techniques in the community practice. Sometimes it is quiet difficult to cop the patient educational concern. In this Piece of work, I would like to express my gratitude and affection to the First Professional Pharmacy Student of Universiti Sains Malaysia (session 2010-2011), for their hardworking and creativity. This book belongs to them and their forthcoming juniors to learn for perfection.With this book, our aim is to create awareness among pharmacy profession to practice counseling and strategies to overcome difficult situation during patient interaction. We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done . - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. I hope all of you will find your way of success in this life. Remember:"Excellence can only be achieved by those who dares to believe that they are superior than the circumstances". Syed Wasif Gillani
This proceedings contains the papers presented at the 2004 IFIP International Conference on Network and Parallel Computing (NPC 2004), held at Wuhan, China, from October 18 to 20, 2004. The goal of the conference was to establish an international forum for engineers and scientists to present their ideas and experiences in network and parallel computing. A total of 338 submissions were received in response to the call for papers. These papers werefrom Australia, Brazil,Canada,China, Finland, France, G- many, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxemburg, Malaysia, N- way, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, UK, and USA. Each submission was sent to at least three reviewers.Each paper was judged according to its originality,inno- tion, readability, and relevance to the expected audience. Based on the reviews received, a total of 69 papers were accepted to be included in the proceedings. Among the 69 papers, 46 were accepted as full papers and were presented at the conference.Wealso accepted23papersasshortpapers;eachofthesepaperswas given an opportunity to have a brief presentation at the conference, followed by discussions in a poster session. Thus, due to the limited scope and time of the conference and the high number of submissions received, only 20% of the total submissions were included in the ?nal program.