Friday, December 12, 2008

Salam Dari Temasek...

Friends...

I am now in Singapore with my family -- children, siblings, nieces and nephews -- visiting relatives.

I shall try to blog...

Maju-lah Singa...I mean Malaysia...:-)

27 comments:

Natrah said...

'Majulah Singa.....I means Malaysia'

This is not Funny S****D!!

Anonymous said...

aina, bukan singa tapi HARIMAU !!

teohjitkhiam said...

Kak Nuraina. Don't forget. You and Brother Rocky owe me a few poses when I lay my grubby hands on a couple of Kodak Porta film. Kodachrome 64 is now out of the question. Can you imagine? Cuma boleh hantar pergi Kansas, Amerika Syarikat semata-mata untuk processing?! TOO MUCH.

hj jamaludin said...

Bis millah Hir Rahman Nir Rahim
ok . o ya jangan lupa pekena rojak singapore kat waterloo atau sup tulang kat beach road

zareinah said...

Hi Kak Ena,

I'm a silent reader of your blog... Love your comments and views! you're in SG now? staying in Orchard Road?

You should try the Nasi Ayam Penyet at Lucky Plaza; yummylicious!.. sure asks for more! :)

And don't forget to go to Adam Rd food center for their ever-famous nasi lemak! Jangan tak cuba!

The Nasi Beriyani Dam at Changi Village is oso worth trying!

Enjoy... jalan-2 cari makan!

rem said...

u no need to sing also singa maju and malaya go-stan. kahkahkah.
dont forget go haig road hawker centre, jalan kayu, changi point hawker centre and masjid sultan restaurants! (and bring me along)

Anonymous said...

Hai..!!! tak kan nak balik Singapore.
Ya lah, tempat jatuh dan bermain lagi di kenang ini kan pula tanah kelahiran.
Have fun....dh9753

casper c said...

Greetings Kak Nuraina,

You are the perfect foil to rebut or substantiate 'discrimination' of S'pore Malays. Having family members in the Lion City, your ears are perfectly poise to pick up any nuances.

M'sia and S'pore maybe two separate entities but to many on both sides of the border - those with family ties, business interest - life goes on without much animosity except when UMNO barks and no doubt M'sia-S'pore relation today couldn't be better with Dr.M no longer in position to stir his pot.

Signing off with a belated "Salam Aidil Adha" to you and all extended family members.

Rocky's Bru said...

Hello, Singapura!

Jangan lupa makan lontong ma'am. I was there earlier this week. Mi Siam Singapore dah susah nak cari ...

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

HOW TO FIND THE FINE?

Hope everything down there is fine
Without people being readily fined
Since some visitors don't even find
Themselves breaking the laws till they are fined

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 131208
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sat. 13th Dec. 2008.

Oldstock said...

Aha! Kak Ena balik Singapore ye. Gerekk seh!

Frank said...

Nuraina

"majulah singa..."

Good one!!

To a journalist, Singapore is boring... everthing seems OK.

Malaysia is a goldmine for journalists... news best described as saucy, juicy, sex-crime intrigues, tragic comedy, political sitcoms, and downright silly stuff.

Even Bollywood got into the game with its superstar honored with a Datukship for making ONE movie in the country.

Hollywood scriptwriters should take the cue from our TV adverts on CNN "Malaysia truly Asia" and come to Malaysia for holidays for inspiration for their craft.

Anonymous said...

third class citizen

Anonymous said...

aina, ever heard of this :

5-3=2 (five push away three is two)

SIGH !!

bujai said...

singa?

in thailand, they got singa beer!

hehehe... happy vacation!

laimun said...

Mujuhlah kamu tersasul, kalau tak, entah entah kena full body check kat CIQ baru tuuuuu.

Have a great holiday.

Basree Rakijan said...

Kak Ena, saya dan keluarga pun baru bercuti di Singapura 2 minggu lepas.
Kami ke Pulau Sentosa, makan dan bermalam di Arab Street.
Anak-anak suka sangat bercuti di Singapura.
Nampaknya pengunjung tidak begitu ramai di Singapura masa tu. Mungkin tanda-tanda kegawatan ekonomi telah muncul.

wanshana said...

Have fun in Kota Singa, Kak Ena. Don't forget to come back to Negara Harimau...

Anonymous said...

Anak-anak Melayu dari Temasik yang berundur dan terus melarikan diri dari Pulau Singa.
Apakah ada masa depan anak Melayu di seberang Tambak lagi?

edelweiss said...

Kak Ena,

seronoklah dapat jumpa sedara mara ... have fun!

Anonymous said...

aina, patrick the niamah is there too, saw him !?

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

yea i remember this end-of-the-year annual trip aunty maria blogged about last year. and its already been a year? rasa seperti semalam...hehehe...

ChengHo said...

Khazanah is much better sovereign fund well manage compare to Temasik .
Temasik lost us$ 30 billion.

Anonymous said...

aina, masih di bandar singa kah !?
met pat, the niamah ,there ?

ChengHo said...

Temasik lost us$ 30 billion with their heavy investment in the us
seem like Khazanah superior than them

NURAINA A SAMAD said...

teoh,

tak lupa, teoh!

and man....jauh nya nak buat processing..:-)

hj jamaludin, zareinah, rem: thank you for the suggestions..but i never got to go to these places.

basree:you were there too? my sisters --Nina, Lalin and Kak Ton and their kids went to Sentosa. I tak jadi pergi..

wanshana, edelweiss: thanks..

NURAINA A SAMAD said...

kerp: yah-lah...dah se tahun...cepat betul