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Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Transport needed
on: December 17, 2014, 04:42

Hi

My son needs school transport from Ara to SMK DJ in 2015. Any idea who is providing school transport from ARA to SMKDJ?

Lim

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: facebook community page
on: November 27, 2014, 05:12

Hi,

we already have a FB account but it remains dormant.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

ruz
Member
Posts: 1
Post facebook community page
on: November 26, 2014, 06:06

Hi, I’m fairly new to ara damansara, and I’m wondering if we can set up a community page on facebook. It can be made limited to members only and members have to request to join (hence not public). Taman tun has their own community page which is apparently quite effective.

Thoughts?

connie
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: BABYSITTER AVAILABLE!!!
on: November 25, 2014, 07:18

Still available..?

connie
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: Looking for Babysitter for New Born
on: November 25, 2014, 06:40

Sorry for disturb.. Did you manage to get babysitter..? hardly to find a nanny/babysitter on this area.. if you’ve any friend or any others please contact me at 016-3281160

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post School transportation
on: November 19, 2014, 23:41

Hi,

If you are looking for transportation to schools in SRJ(C)Damansara, SMK Tropicana or SMK BU2 in 2015, you may contact Jessie 017-8488 723. She uses private car.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

connie
Member
Posts: 4
Post Babysitter wanted
on: November 18, 2014, 05:40

Baby Sitter Wanted
We’re looking for baby sitter for 5 month old baby. Contact for more info. Time: Monday to Friday, 8am -7pm.Please Contact: Connie @ 0163281160

connie
Member
Posts: 4
Post Babysitter wanted
on: November 18, 2014, 05:37

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Baby Sitter Wanted
We’re looking for baby sitter for 5 month old baby. Contact for more info. Time: Monday to Friday, 8am -7pm.Please Contact: Connie @ 0163281160

Ivan
Member
Posts: 3
Post Qdees at Atilia - Feedback needed
on: November 11, 2014, 08:53

Good day all! Need some feedback from Ara Damansara folks pertaining to kindergarten around Ara Damansara area.

I’m moving into Atilia next year and planning to send my 4 years old daughter to kindergarten within Atilia area. I’m considering Qdees and need some advice here. Does anyone have any feedback on its goods & bads? All feedback are welcome!

Thank you in advance!

Ivan

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Electrician
on: October 30, 2014, 00:27

I’m a DIY person so normally I fix most of the things myself. The 1st thing is to label each of the switches so that you know which part of the house it controls. When there is a trip, locate that switch and you then know the location. If it is some outside fittings like a garden lamp, it’s possibly some water leakages.

If you not a DIY person, then call a electrician. You can go to one of the hardware shops at Dataran and ask if they have someone they recommend.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Chayey
Member
Posts: 10
Post Electrician
on: October 21, 2014, 07:59

Hi, can anyone please recommend a reliable electrician. My switch box kept experiencing power trip whenever it rains. With the raining season now, it happens very often…

GA_AD
Member
Posts: 3
Post Registration for 2015
on: October 2, 2014, 08:11

Genius Aulad Ara Damansara is now opening for registration for year 2015.

GENIUS AULAD® leading preschool was established with the dream of bringing the quality of preschools to greater heights based on Islamic principles, English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities.

Seat a limited!! Register now!!!
Call me for any inquiry, 017-5518669, Teacher Sha

GENIUS AULAD® leading preschool was established with the dream of bringing quality of preschools to a greater high based on Islamic principles, English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities.

GA_AD
Member
Posts: 3
Post Registration for 2015
on: October 2, 2014, 08:10

Genius Aulad Ara Damansara is now opening for registration for year 2015.

GENIUS AULAD® leading preschool was established with the dream of bringing the quality of preschools to greater heights based on Islamic principles, English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities.

Seat a limited!! Register now!!!
Call me for any inquiry, 017-5518669, Teacher Sha

GENIUS AULAD® leading preschool was established with the dream of bringing quality of preschools to a greater high based on Islamic principles, English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: MBPJ House Extension Rules
on: September 30, 2014, 23:42

You will need to submit a building plan for MBPJ to approve.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Ivan
Member
Posts: 3
Post MBPJ House Extension Rules
on: September 28, 2014, 14:25

Hi, I just bought a link house at Ara Damansara and thinking to extend my build up area up to the backyard area. I am thinking to do this for the upper floor as well. Can anyone advise me if MBPJ allows this kind of extension works?

I can’t find any renovation guideline from the MBPJ website, I wish not to take the risk without knowing the rules and regulations for house renovation under MBPJ.

Any good advise are welcome and appreciated!

Thanks!

Ivan

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Importance of Hiring Experienced Plumbers
on: September 25, 2014, 09:55

https://www.facebook.com/skypurewater/photos/pb.218624148158129.-2207520000.1411641909./827849323902272/?type=3&src=https%3A%2F%2Fscontent-a-nrt.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xpf1%2Ft31.0-8%2F10679865_827849323902272_4099924788802276303_o.jpg&smallsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fscontent-a-nrt.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xpa1%2Fv%2Ft1.0-9%2F10649787_827849323902272_4099924788802276303_n.jpg%3Foh%3D6a14e241342ae959f73e80cca59d28f9%26oe%3D54C77BD4&size=1720%2C749&fbid=827849323902272

* Latest Plumbing Equipment: Professional plumbers always carry latest and high-end plumbing equipment.

* Finding Permanent Solutions: The installation and repair services provided by a professional plumbers are always high quality.

* Wide Range of Services: A professional plumber is always able to provide services of different magnitudes.

* Detailed Diagnostic Works: A well trained professional will be able to find the root cause of the problem.

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

T
Member
Posts: 1
Post Jun Hin Trading - Ara Damansara
on: September 17, 2014, 05:48

Everyone,

Please avoid getting the plumbers from this company. They are completely rip-off.

Yesterday I asked them to fix the water pipe leakage connecting from my main water tap to the water filter. He charged me RM180 and demanded me to pay upfront before work started. If not, he will charge RM50 for transportation (which he did not mention upfront)

The work was done the same day and when I turned on the main water tap, everything was okay until midnight when the water pipe burst again and I had to quickly turned the main water tap off. I called this guy again and he sent someone to fix and told me he charged me another RM80 to fix the problem which he caused earlier.

Just imagine, I had to pay RM260 to fix water pipe leakage which is a complete rip-off.

The company is Jun Hin Trading, next to Nippon hardware shop and same row as Da Fen So.

Avoid this bastard called Ah Mun 012 254 9628 or 012 913 6141.

chantm
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Street Lights out and using MBPJ aduan
on: September 4, 2014, 02:56

Thanks for your feedback. Will try again.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Street Lights out and using MBPJ aduan
on: September 3, 2014, 12:36

I guess you have to keep trying. A few weeks back, our entire area was in darkness for some 3 nights and one committee member reported via mbpj online and TNB came to fix it. Funny thing is if we complain to TNB 15454 directly, they will refuse to take our complaint citing these lamps are under the jurisdiction of mbpj.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

chantm
Member
Posts: 5
Post Street Lights out and using MBPJ aduan
on: September 2, 2014, 03:55

Dear Residences,

Reported a street lamp was spoilt since 31st July via http://eps.mbpj.gov.my/ but no action taken in spite of the change in status ‘Tindakan sedang diambil’
Tried calling the numbers but given the usual run around or nobody picking up calls.

Any advise on the next step?

Thanks for your feedback.

Weird, two years back I used the same reporting and it works well.

Regards,

Embunian

Mandy
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Feedback on Astro IPTV
on: August 12, 2014, 02:31

Thank you martinlts for your reply. Will have to consider carefully before committing the 24 months with Astro.. :)

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Feedback on Astro IPTV
on: August 11, 2014, 00:45

Hi Mandy. I’ve been using the IPTV for more than 6 months. It started off well enough. But in the last 3-4months, the stability of the internet connection is a bit iffy. Speed also deviate greatly from time to time. Astro channels wise I have no complaints.

thum
Member
Posts: 1
Post AUTOZ SPA @ ARA DAMANSARA
on: August 9, 2014, 01:42

Dear Residents,

We are new openning a car detailing speciallist in K-G-5,JALAN PJU1A/20C,DATARAN ARA DAMANSARA,47301 PETALING JAYA.We provide car wash,vacuum,interior cushion cleanning,polishing,coating.ETC…and we also using the best products such as MEGUIAR’S,MENZERNA,QUARTZS COATING,Do drop by as our shop has comment of facilities like CCTV,WIFI,COMFORT WAITTING ROOM,20-40% Discount will given during our grand openning period,our customer service is kind and understanding all the time with you,and sure…we also give the best job to you.PLS LIKE OUR FAN PAGE ON AUTOZ SPA @ FACEBOOK!SEE YA!

Feel free drop any comment or suggestion to let us serve you better and here is our facebook fan page
https://www.facebook.com/autozspaaradamansara?ref=bookmarks

Or just scan the QR code as below

WE MIND YOUR SATISFACTION!

Below is few of our customer’s car done as your refrence pleasure:

Max
Member
Posts: 7
Post Re: Football & Futsal
on: August 7, 2014, 06:50

I’m back after a year..still no one wants to play?.

Mandy
Member
Posts: 3
Post Feedback on Astro IPTV
on: August 6, 2014, 09:03

Anyone here in AD subscribing to Astro IPTV?

Would greatly appreciate feedback/complaints esp. on the internet speed compared with Unifi and also access to Astro programmes. Have heard a lot of negative comments with this. Thanks.

Fahim
Member
Posts: 1
Post LITTLE CALIPHS ARA DAMANSARA OPEN FOR STUDENTS REGISTRATION 2015
on: July 24, 2014, 20:50

Salam & Greetings to all Lovely Parents,

We are Little Caliph Ara Damansara (Tadika Fahim Iman) operated from 2013 and now opening for 2015 students registration. We are Islamic-Engish Kindergaten for 4 until 6 years old & located at NZX Commercial Centre. Give us a call and visit us..
Phone No: 019-2167515 (Intan Fazliana), 019-3155695 ( Mazleena) & 017-2241673 (Tadika Fahim Iman)

Wassalam..

Islamic Pre Education Centre Little Caliphs Ara Damansara known as TADIKA FAHIM IMAN at NZX Commercial Centre

pc
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Loud superbikes during the weekends
on: July 15, 2014, 01:15

Hi new here,

Mind to know which area you heard them?

lucky8six
Member
Posts: 2
Post wts Original Samsung S5 from Digi
on: July 5, 2014, 18:13

Hi there i like to sell my Digi Set Samsung S5 @ RM1799 original. Let me know if anyone interested. I think the market price original Samsung S5 is about 2k++ as refer to the HARVEY NORMAN website. You can view the spec and video below the link harvey norman

http://www.harveynorman.com.my/computers-communications/phones-gps/smartphones/samsung-galaxy-s5.html

Item(s): Original Samsung S5 from DIGI

Price: RM1799

Warranty: Warranty Direct From Digi

Dealing method: COD at Subang/Ara Damansara

Location of seller: Subang/Ara Damansara

Contact method/details: 012-808 2292 (wong) (whatsapp me)

Age of item: Completely new and Sealed Box

Item(s) conditions: Perfectly New (just received a few days ago from Digi, refer the picture posted date from Digi courier)

Picture: https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopic=3280089&st=0&p=69091836&#entry69091836
(refer above for the picture. Thanks

Reason for sale: Don’t know what to do with this Extra phone samsung s5, selling for cash.

The Samsung S5 phone is direct and warranty by Digi and it genuinely original set.
So you don’t have to worry getting a non genuine original phone.

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Sorento Shower Set Promotion
on: July 4, 2014, 09:07

On Going Promotion

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Sorento Sink Promotion
on: July 4, 2014, 09:06

While Stock Last !

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Tips for Installing Instant Heater
on: July 2, 2014, 09:06

for sharing

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=744190378934834&set=a.718808058139733.1073741842.218624148158129&type=3&src=https%3A%2F%2Ffbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net%2Fhphotos-ak-xfp1%2Ft31.0-8%2F10264187_744190378934834_4762101875637833276_o.jpg&smallsrc=https%3A%2F%2Ffbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net%2Fhphotos-ak-xfp1%2Ft1.0-9%2F10006179_744190378934834_4762101875637833276_n.jpg&size=1151%2C820

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Re: How clean is the water supplied to our homes
on: July 2, 2014, 08:29

hi WengKK, you may get your neighbour to contact us as we need more information (eg: brand, the lifespan of the filter,etc).

We can always be reached at 03-78423008 / 016-6260885. Thanks.

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: How clean is the water supplied to our homes
on: July 2, 2014, 07:19

Hi there,
My neighbour’s water filter’s handle is broken. Thus they are unable to release the pressure or even do the washing.

What options do they have? Is there any way to replace the the broken handle or they need to change the entire filter? What will be the cost like?

Thank you.

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Re: How clean is the water supplied to our homes
on: July 2, 2014, 04:32

Dear Meccaboy, thank you for sharing your experience and appreciate your support.

We are looking forward to serving you all better.

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

meccaboy
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: How clean is the water supplied to our homes
on: July 1, 2014, 14:58

I just did a backwash again on my skypure outdoor water filter recently and the backwash water was blackish to dark brown just like the photos. It is good to know the filter is working great and water coming into my house is clean after going thru the few layers of sand and carbon material.

I would highly recommend Skypure water filter to anyone :-)

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post How clean is your water storage tank?
on: July 1, 2014, 11:25

For Sharing, Welcome To Visit Us for More Information, Thanks.

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.718808058139733.1073741842.218624148158129&type=3

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post How clean is the water supplied to our homes
on: July 1, 2014, 11:07

For Sharing. Welcome to visit us for more info.

You may also visit our Facebook page for more photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.781672261853312.1073741844.218624148158129&type=3

as well as video: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=736530306392880&set=vb.218624148158129&type=3&video_source=pages_video_set

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Instant Water Heater Promotion
on: July 1, 2014, 08:30

Alpha + Cabana Rain Shower
Evo Series – Available in 3 Colors: Blue, Orange & Grey

* 5 years warranty on Heating Element
* 10 years warranty on Anti-Leak Tank
* 8″ Cabana Rain Shower + Solid Brass Divertor

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Stainless Steel Dish Rack Promotion
on: July 1, 2014, 08:23

* 25 Years Rust Free Warranty
* 304 Grade Stainless Steel
* Comes with Stainless Steel Tray & Utensil Holder

While stock last !

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Basin Cabinet Promotion
on: July 1, 2014, 08:11

Basin Cabinet Package

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Kitchen Sink Promotion
on: July 1, 2014, 08:10

Kitchen Sink Package

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

GA_AD
Member
Posts: 3
Post Coming soon islamic pre-school
on: June 19, 2014, 16:44

Assalamualaikum…
Greeting to all parents that searching for Islamic pre-school with English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities for your little angel.
We would like to announce that Genius Aulad will be opening soon in 2015.
For any inquiry,please send to ga.ara.damansara@gmail.com or contact me,017-5518669 (call/msg).
See you.Jazakallah..

GENIUS AULAD® leading preschool was established with the dream of bringing quality of preschools to a greater high based on Islamic principles, English emphasis, and cheerful well-designed facilities.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Autogate Electrician
on: June 17, 2014, 09:47

I used Alex 0123817573. It has been a while since I needed him for any servicing but in the past, he would come promptly and attend to my problems professionally.

slammyjammy
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: renovation
on: June 15, 2014, 21:01

thanks

slammyjammy
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Tutti Frutti at Oasis Ara D
on: June 13, 2014, 05:02

thanks for the heads up!

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Autogate Electrician
on: June 11, 2014, 12:30

Hi, you can give Mr Tan (012-291-2083) a call, he is an auto-gate installer.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

kevin1982my
Member
Posts: 1
Post Loud superbikes during the weekends
on: June 9, 2014, 13:11

Hi all

Recently, there are a couple of high powered superbikes ( Ducatis, etc ) revving their engines in our housing area during the weekends.

This is simply unacceptable. The noise is overbearing, and the speed at which they are traveling ( in an housing area mind you ) is simply too fast.

This is a nice and quiet housing area, not a track. They need to be told that if they want to ride their bikes this way, they need to bring it to a track.

Jodie
Member
Posts: 2
Post Autogate Electrician
on: June 9, 2014, 08:18

Hi all

IS there a recommendation from anyone on autogate electrician ?
Hope you can recommend someone you have used before and they are trustworthy

Thanks in advance

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post New Dim Sum Shop
on: June 6, 2014, 00:35

There is a new dim sum shop at NZX, has anyone try it?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Ivan
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Atilia Floor Plan
on: June 5, 2014, 07:42

Hi everyone,

I just bought an intermediate unit at Atilia, I’m planning to have some renovation works but I would need a copy of the floor plan. What I found on this site is only corner lot, not sure if anyone could share a copy of the intermediate lot floor plan here?

Your kind help is very much appreciated!

Ivan

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post SOFA Repair Services
on: May 14, 2014, 06:37

Need to repair your sofa or chairs? Need to replace our sofa or chairs with new cover? Call us now as we are 5 minutes from our door steps.

We are the re-upholstery professional.

CHESTERFIELD ARA DAMANSARA
012 3400 855
chesterfield.ara.damansara@gmail.com

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post HARI RAYA PROMOTION
on: May 14, 2014, 06:33

Dear Ara Damansara Residents,

Please come and visit our gallery at Chesterfield Ara Damansara as we are having HARI RAYA PROMOTION till end of MAY 2014. Enjoy up till 25% Discounts for all purchase on our Leather Sofa, Wing Chairs, Paintings, Teak Furnitures & Home Decor.

Open 10am – 7pm

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: renovation
on: May 8, 2014, 00:28

Hi, no RA should have any jurisdiction on your house renovation. They may want you to ensure you are not introducing additional security risks to the community like allowing workers to stay overnight during the renovation period.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Bernice
Member
Posts: 1
Post Looking for Babysitter/Nanny for New Born
on: May 6, 2014, 05:54

We are looking for Babysitter near by Ara Damansara for our 2 months old baby starts in mid/end of Sept 2014. Please PM us at ecinreb@gmail.com or 0192642285/0123170380

Time : Mon – Fri
Preference : Chinese nanny
Language: Chinese / Cantonese / English
Rate : Negotiable

Requirement :
- Experienced
- Clean environment
- no smoking family

braendan
Member
Posts: 1
Post renovation
on: April 28, 2014, 10:08

Hi,

I just bought a house at 1A/32C and would like to know whether I am required to get any permit or permission from the residential association to conduct the renovation apart from MPBJ.

Regards,
Braendan

riz
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: LRT station
on: April 19, 2014, 17:41

hope that connecting bridge will be built at least pedestrian bridge for ease of access by those staying at nearby condo.

Profesional Engineer registered with BEM currently employed by International Oil & Gas company in Middle Asia.

Yee
Member
Posts: 2
Post Construction at NKVE near LRT STN01
on: April 17, 2014, 03:53

is the above construction meant to build a bridge to cross to the new STN01 or the elevated bridge to LPD?

Yee
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: LRT station
on: April 17, 2014, 03:48

will there be a connecting bridge from Jalan PJU1a/4A to the new LRT Station STN01?

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Promotion
on: April 9, 2014, 06:40

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Lelong !
on: March 1, 2014, 08:06

2nd Hand Drinking Water Storage Tank (5 Gallons / 19 Ltrs) for Lelong !!

1 = RM6
2 = RM10

While Stock Last !!

Available at:
SKY PURE Water Solutions, Ara Damansara

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

Jodie
Member
Posts: 2
Post Lost IPhone 5
on: February 25, 2014, 10:40

hi admin
a white 1phone 5 was found near the calarossa park 1 mth back.
we hv circulated the news among the ara impian members but since then no one came forward.
hope by putting this notice here would find the rightful owner

Edmund1705
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: New Enrichment Centre in Town ( UCMAS Ara Damansara)
on: February 20, 2014, 09:31

Hi Koh, Yeah there are a few requirements to attend Mental Arithmetic class.
1) 4-12 years old
2) Able to write & understand numbers (0-9)

You may bring your kids for Trial Class this coming Sunday (12:30pm)FOC. Please do not hesitate to contact me via phone on the reservation.

Lim
(012-3332250)

StevKoh188
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: New Enrichment Centre in Town ( UCMAS Ara Damansara)
on: February 20, 2014, 03:10

Hi Edmund, I got 2 kids wanted to learn mental arithmetic, what’s the requirement for attending the class? Cheers Koh.

Edmund1705
Member
Posts: 2
Post New Enrichment Centre in Town ( UCMAS Ara Damansara)
on: February 18, 2014, 05:05

A combination of an age-old tool (abacus) and modern education techniques, our innovative syllabus stimulates, develops and trains the brain’s vast potential.

Mental arithmetic is defined as solving mathematical problems, regardless of complexity, using only the brain. What initially seems impossible, or even savant, becomes reality with our innovative training courses!

IT IS MORE THAN JUST MATHS…

On the surface, it can be assumed that arithmetic is the primary focus of this programme, and the end goal is to be able to perform outstanding feats to calculation using solely the mind. However, there are more because in UCMAS, learners are undergoing the process of mental development. While learners have acquired an astonishing calculation speed with high accuracy, they also improve other mental abilities, such as:
Concentration,
Observation & Judgement,
Imagination & Visualization,
Photographic memory,
Accuracy & Speed,
Creativity,
Self-confidence,
Academic Achievement, and
Astonishing Arithmetic Abilities & Intelligence

Please contact 012-3332250(Lim) for more information
Please like us on Facebook [UCMAS Ara Damansara Centre]

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post child care / babysitter
on: February 16, 2014, 00:21

If u r looking for babysitter u may contact me at 0123790386.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Oasis
on: February 12, 2014, 07:11

Hello everyone and Happy CNY!

Noted two new openings at Oasis, Burger Factory and Crazy Crab (same owner as Royal Flush & Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock)

Been to Burger Factory, pricey burgers but quote tasty and sufficiently sized portions.

Havent been to Crazy Crabs yet. Anyone been there? Can share your experience?

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post Re: Newly Opened - CHESTERFIELD Ara Damansara
on: February 3, 2014, 13:07

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post Re: Newly Opened - CHESTERFIELD Ara Damansara
on: January 21, 2014, 17:04

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post Re: Newly Opened - CHESTERFIELD Ara Damansara
on: January 19, 2014, 16:02

Chesterfield
Member
Posts: 6
Post Newly Opened - CHESTERFIELD Ara Damansara
on: January 18, 2014, 09:14

Dear all Ara Damansara residents!

We are glad to announce that our CHESTERFIELD Gallery are opening in Ara Damansara…!!

***

CHESTERFIELD Ara Damansara is a leather sofa gallery that features the biggest selection of CHESTERFIELD sofas under one roof in Malaysia. We have 28 years of experience in Chesterfield leather sofa designing, production and sales. Currently we have export out product to nearly 40 countries worldwide.

Besides Chesterfield sofa, we do have paintings, sculpture, home decor items and interior design consultancy services.

Please visit our gallery at:

F-G-43, Block F
Jalan 1a/3 Taipan 2
Ara Damansara, 47301 PJ

Tel. 012 3400855

Business Hours
Monday – Saturday : 10.00am – 9.00pm
Sunday & Public Holiday : 12.00pm – 9.00pm

Look forward to see u at our gallery..!

Regards,
ROI

sallylee
Member
Posts: 1
Post Grand Opening - Curves Ara Damansara Women
on: January 11, 2014, 10:44

Calling all Ara Damansara residents!

Ladies, would you like to know that every single time you exercise, it would only take you exactly 30 minutes, it’s hassle free, smart, measurable, and that you can lose up to 500 calories per session without having to think about it?

And you’ll get complimentary fitness assessment tests on a regular basis and you’ll know exactly how you did everyday because it’ll be measured?

Well, Curves is your answer. And we’re happy to announce that we’re opening in Ara Damansara.

***
You’re Invited!

In conjunction with our Grand Opening of world-renowned Curves Gym in Ara Damansara, we are giving away Free Fitness Assessments & a Free Tour to all who register with us before 17 February 2014.

First 100 members who join us during our Launch Week would also enjoy 66% savings in membership fees.

There’s nothing quite like this awesome circuit gym. It’s Fun, Fast & Safe – and takes only 3 times a week to get real results.

Call us now at 017-890-6988 to book your slot!

***

About

A Fitness Club Specially designed for Women, featuring a complete 30 minute workout on strength training & cardio circuit that is proven to work.

Description

Our facility also features the most advanced coaching system in the world, CurvesSmart that will ensure that you get maximum benefits based on your specific fitness level.

Drop us a message here or on FaceBook or call us at 03-78596988, 03-78596989, 017-8906988 for a FREE FITNESS ASSESSMENT and TOUR, and our Coaches will be explaining to you our programs during your appointment.

Workout to strengthen your muscles & look GREAT :)

“Strengthening Women is Our Passion”

See you at Curves Ara Damansara!
Sally

Owner of Curves Ara Damansara at Oasis Square, a women’s only gym designed to provide proven results in just 30 minutes. The workout is fun, fast & safe.

Contact me to experience our 30-minute circuit that works every major muscle group so you can burn up to 500 calories, all with a trainer to teach and motivate you.

Powered by Curves Smart, the world’s most advanced personal coaching system. Curves is loved by over 4 million women worldwide – making it the world leader in women’s fitness.

Our Grand Opening is on 17 February 2014 – call me to book your free tour and fitness assessment now. First 100 members enjoy 66% discount. See you soon!

angahmeng
Member
Posts: 3
Post DHL ServicePoint - Ara Damansara
on: December 31, 2013, 23:10

Officially Open on 11th January, 2014.

79, Jalan PJU 1A/41B, NZX Commercial Centre,
Ara Jaya, Ara Damansara,
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03 78850505

DHL EXPRESS EASY

Delivery by the end of the next possible business day for shipments paid for at a DHL SERVICE POINT

Time-sensitive international shipping needs
Available only from DHL SERVICE POINT outlets
Easy-to-use packaging range for shipments between 500g and 25kg
Payable by cash or credit card terms only

We are individual Owners of NZX Commercial Shop. I am the website administrator.

angahmeng
Member
Posts: 3
Post DHL ServicePoint - Ara Damansara
on: December 26, 2013, 00:30

We are officially Open for business on 11th January, 2014, come visit us in NZX Commercial Centre.

DHL Servivepoint – Ara Damansara
79, Jalan PJU 1A/41B, NZX Commercial Centre,
Ara Jaya, Ara Damansara,
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03 7887 5334, 03 78850505

DHL EXPRESS EASY

Delivery by the end of the next possible business day for shipments paid for at a DHL SERVICE POINT

Time-sensitive international shipping needs

Easy-to-use packaging range for shipments between 500g and 25kg
Payable by cash or credit card terms only

Available only from DHL SERVICE POINT outlets

We are individual Owners of NZX Commercial Shop. I am the website administrator.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Dangerous driver and uncivilised resident at Ara Damansara neighbourhood
on: December 24, 2013, 02:51

Happy holidays to you too WengKK!

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Dangerous driver and uncivilised resident at Ara Damansara neighbourhood
on: December 22, 2013, 06:31

I would say it is dangerous and putting yourself at risk to confront such psychopath. We never know what they are capable of right? Best thing to do is, just ignore and go away from there. A person with a right set of mind, in first place wouldn’t behave like that. Just sharing what I would do if I were you, wont risk myself.
Hv a nice weekend, martinlts, leeyk

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Snatch Theft 15 December 2013
on: December 22, 2013, 06:27

Thank you very much for taking the trouble to write about it here. I hope the residents of Ara Damansara could use this blog as a platform to report and alert other residents if such thing happen to them. Good tht u made a police report. Keep us updated if there is any progress from police. tq.

O
Member
Posts: 1
Post Snatch Theft 15 December 2013
on: December 20, 2013, 09:53

On 15 Dec 2013, Sunday at about 2pm, my handbag (brandless & old fashion) was snatched when I was about to enter the passenger seat of my husband’s car. The incident involved 3 boys and 1 motorcycle in the quietness of Taipan in Ara Damansara. They have light brown skin with local features but I can rule out Chinese and Indian (I am sorry and don’t mean to discriminate or be un-Malaysian but it is just a fact of the crime). The motorcycle is quite weathered, white, with some red and look like a Yamaha make. The boys didn’t have helmets on, have short hair, small and thin build of body.

A friend, my husband and myself were the only customers of the restaurant from about 12pm to 2pm. After the meal, my husband and myself went outside while our male friend was in the toilet. I didn’t notice anyone or any sound of vehicles when my husband went inside the car to start the engine and aircond while I stood ready to get in the passenger seat. Suddenly there was a pull on my handbag on my right arm from behind me and on reflex, I grab my bag with the other hand. I fell sideward and was dragged on the ground on my back, all the time yelling. When I lost grip of my bag, I turned and saw the boy making his way to a waiting motorcycle just a few metres away. There was a driver who was watching the other way while a second boy was watching us from the motorcycle.

My husband was unable to come to my aid because he is on crutches but he gave chase with his car. However, he lost them when they enter some sort of construction site. A police report was made at the nearby police station. I made a follow up call to the police officer-in-charge 2 days later and that was the last of the chain of event up to date. According to a witness who was a shop attendant, the motorcycle was parked in front of a closed shop near our parked car, for a very long time.

I am not a resident of Ara Damansara but I wish for all residents and passers-by to be alerted in what seems to be a crime infested area. Take care.

Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Ara Damansara Community Cycles
on: December 19, 2013, 12:52

Is the cycling still on Saturdays? Where do you normally start from and what time?

Thank you.

odin8460
Member
Posts: 1
Post Bird Garden - Japanese Cuisine & Coffee
on: December 16, 2013, 18:20

Hi Food Lovers!

Introducing Bird Garden at Aman Suria to all food lovers (Non-Halal) -> (First floor, Above Watson) 6, Jalan PJU 1/43, 47301 Aman Suria Petaling Jaya

Google Map Location:
http://goo.gl/maps/FJSVt

Bird Garden Facebook (Please Click the Like :D ):
https://www.facebook.com/birdgardencafe

Bird Garden Website URL:
http://www.birdgardencuisine.com

Bird Garden served great Japanese Cuisine & Coffee with lovely service.

Bird Garden Menu includes:
- Snacks
- Rice
- Ramen
- Sushi
- Bento Set
- Dessert
- Ice Cream
- Flower Tea
- Coffee
- Beers

The Restaurant is famous for warm ambience and its awesome recipes as it is for the freshness of ingredients.
You will love it there for their great food and plentiful servings.
visit Bird Garden and have an enjoyable meal with your friends & family.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Oasis
on: December 16, 2013, 03:14

Tried Royal Flush 2 times, using Groupons to have their dim sum. I must say the food was way below my expectation. The steamed ribs were particularly terrible. Standard siew mai was so-so the first time I had it, the second time round it was very salty. The rest of the steam dim sum dishes range from ok to poor. Only the porridge was considered above average.

The service was good and for the two times that I went (a saturday and a friday, both at 11am), the place was ‘fully booked’ and it was only by gate crashing and taking up the smaller tables did my family and I manage to ‘sneak in’. So, maybe it’s just my own preference but I definitely will not pay money to have dim sum there again.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Dangerous driver and uncivilised resident at Ara Damansara neighbourhood
on: December 5, 2013, 08:25

lee, shreryl mentioned that the lady screamed at sheryl to get lost from her property. Maybe sheryl confronted the driver at her house so sheryl knows where the driver stays.

sheryl, unfortunate incident but you did the right thing to confront the driver. Some people are just like that, unable to admit their mistake and so, to cover up for it (plus to make up for some other insecurities), scream and shout their way out. A little bit like how some of our politicians behave. Have a good weekend.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Dangerous driver and uncivilised resident at Ara Damansara neighbourhood
on: December 3, 2013, 08:56

how certain are you that driver is a resident in this neighbourhood? But we do have reckless drivers on the road so defensive driving is always encouraged.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Babysitter Available
on: December 2, 2013, 02:55

Hi if you are looking for babysitter, you may contact my friend Ivy at 017369 2769.

Sherylp
Member
Posts: 1
Post Dangerous driver and uncivilised resident at Ara Damansara neighbourhood
on: November 30, 2013, 11:59

We were driving home from Tropicana way at the Lagenda housing area. My car was at the 2nd lane(WVQ 605 white proton saga)(from right) of going straight heading towards Allisia & Atillia. The reckless car was at the corner lane which is for right turn. So once green light, I drove straight and suddenly saw the right side car attempted to cut in with signal on. But it was too sudden when I realize that the car stubbornly want to cut in and I have to emergency break as the reckless driver stil attempt to cut in without considering if it will cause accident. Then I tried to speak to the lady driver in a proper way to advice that its a dangerous and reckless driving as she should know that the lane she was at, is suppose for right turn only. She uncivilised screamed at me saying that she has no fault as she has light up her signal. Then she screamed at me telling me to get lost from her property. What an uncivilised neighbour. I really wonder if she understand the driving undang. Let say in future, other cars with children in it…it is very dangerous.

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: TREES BEING CUT DOWN!
on: November 29, 2013, 08:40

Agree with Martinlts. They got to do something about the roads to our neighborhood.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: TREES BEING CUT DOWN!
on: November 26, 2013, 03:03

I also noted some road block pillars being dug up at some of the cul-de-sac dead end corners. What is that about? work seemed done half-heartedly and no proper cleaning up. If not mistaken, I also saw some oil-barrel-like barrels lying around in the open space/playground at the entrance to Pelangi area.

The bicycle lanes are really poorly done and at road closures are a real hassle. They really could have picked a better time to close the lanes. The paint also tend to wash off down the roads.

With newcomers streaming into Tesco Ara, the main road entrance from the SUbang airport road should be realigned properly. Current big swerve design is really dangerous to those not familiar with our area.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: TREES BEING CUT DOWN!
on: November 26, 2013, 00:15

The management of this township will be handed over to MBPJ soon. Sime Darby is doing up the cleaning act, that’s why you see the cycling track is being renovated to make it bicycle friendly, wild trees are chopped down and repairs to playgrounds done.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

stevoid
Member
Posts: 5
Post TREES BEING CUT DOWN!
on: November 25, 2013, 14:11

I’ve noticed many trees being cut down in Ara Damansara. Any idea why they’re doing this? Is this sanctioned by Sime Darby or MBPJ. The rate that the trees are being cut is alarming as pretty soon Ara Damansara will become another desert.

kiukiu
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Group of runners/joggers
on: November 4, 2013, 09:14

Ouch. I do see quite a few runners before Stan Chart run. Nowadays, it’s very quiet already.

seethoe
Member
Posts: 9
Post Re: Group of runners/joggers
on: October 29, 2013, 03:02

I run twice to thrice weekly, if no rain, at the larger park near Berkeley. I was robbed near the police station early this year, so now i only jog around the ara impian areas.

chris999
Member
Posts: 1
Post idiot & uncivilized resident 35, 1A/1c
on: October 24, 2013, 12:56

Dear All,

I would like to let all the resident in ara damansara to aware this idiot and uncivilized FAMILY IN ARA DAMANSARA.

This family seem like they have BOOKING / BOUGHT OVER For the parking OPPOSITE HIS HOUSE (BASICALLY IS OWN BY GOVERMENT). Don’t they know this is not own by them? IS BELONG TO GOVERNMENT!!!!

WHEN EVER ANY guest visit or accidentally park that place and they will ask you to “remove your car” with order VOICE!! such a rude and useless person and still can survive in this world.

AGAIN, SUCH A STUPID AND UNCIVILIZED FAMILY, ALL THE RESIDENT.

kiukiu
Member
Posts: 2
Post Group of runners/joggers
on: October 23, 2013, 02:48

Hi there,

I’m just wondering how many runners/joggers are here in this forum. I see some regular and consistent runners/joggers and am wondering if we have the numbers to form a running group for security’s sake.

happyjohn
Member
Posts: 7
Post Happy Movers ! Local Professional Movers !
on: September 26, 2013, 08:40

Happy Movers Is a Local Professional Movers in Malaysia,( especially Klang Valley)
Happy Movers do necessary Dismantling, Assemble, Packing , Arrange to the place accordingly, Transportation.
We often received many good feedback from our clients COMPLIMENT our Professional Moving Service.

Hi, Happy Movers have received another THUMBS UP from our dear clients !
Looking for a Movers which can be TRUSTABLE ?
Please contact us 03-33252868 , 016-6712828 , or visit http://www.happymovers.com.my.
Have A Nice Day !

Hi, Happy Movers Relocation Services Sdn Bhd is a local professional moving services company in Klang Valley. We are specializing in Commercial & Residential relocations.

We provide the necessary dismantle, assemble, packing furniture, packing materials and our employees are full time staffs, well trained and experienced. We are not the lorry rental services company.

We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
No.24-1, Jalan Kasuarina 6/KS7, Bandar Ambang Botanic, 41200 Klang, Selangor
Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
email: info@happymovers.com.my
website: http://www.happymovers.com.my

rose
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Home cook food delivery
on: September 26, 2013, 07:11

yea – i have a list here

(1) Moms Home Cook Food – 016-233 0000 ( Mr Wong)
(2) healthfoodcatering http://www.healthfoodcatering.com/
(3) Tammy Catering – http://www.eatery2u.com/detail_page/index/tammy-catering.html
(4) Good Cooking – http://cookinggoodcatering.blogspot.com/
(5) Six Food Catering – 03-78061336
(6) http://www.gracekitchen.com.my/
(7) Mary Home Delivery 014-626 2000 or email chiam_es@hotmail.com

AT
Member
Posts: 2
Post Beware of Oasis 'Gym'
on: September 24, 2013, 06:35

RE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zVNccrfzDc

check yourself before you wreck yourself

AT
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: A newly open muay thai fitness centre in Ara Damansara
on: September 24, 2013, 06:32

nice ! at least a new gym.. disgusted by the one in oasis..

RE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zVNccrfzDc

check it out…..

Leong
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: September 19, 2013, 03:17

Dear chgoh,

Thank you very much for the useful information.

br. Leong

jomeng
Member
Posts: 4
Post Robbery at the Ara Damansara public park
on: September 17, 2013, 02:52

Please be careful when you are going to the public park opposite the police station. A group of young Malay youths with motorcycle robbed a few joggers this morning. The youths was on drugs as one of our friends saw them injecting themselves. We were so happened to be there (a group of 5 of us). The uncles and aunties who were jogging there asked us to be careful as the uncles got robbed by the youths. They had parangs with them. The uncles lost their watch and ring as they didn’t bring along their wallet/mobile phone.

Little to our surprise, after being warned, we heard a loud ‘bang’ from the car park area outside the park and the car alarm went off. We saw the youths lingering by the car park area and we suspect that they had smashed one of our car’s window.

After they left, we went and check out our car. To our dismay, they smashed the passenger side window (even with tinted security film) and saw a bag nearby with clothes being thrown everywhere. We didn’t lost anything but a pack of cigarette. But to replace the glass window would definitely cost a bomb!

So, where is the safety in our neighborhood and the irony part is, the police station is just opposite!
And to add, the MPPJ wants us to take down our guard house structure and open all the boom gates? I think the crime rate would definitely rise. Just imagine these youths riding on their motorcycles and going around our taman and do whatever they want. I hope the RA can do something with this.

Thank you and please do not go jogging or do any outdoor activities at the public park. It’s definitely a waste that we can’t enjoy the peaceful and scenic park that we have in our area.

MooMoo
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Lost Dog -whose?
on: September 11, 2013, 04:24

Have picture but to protect the dog..if they lost, they need to describe the breed, outlook to claim it.
l refrain putting up the picture. Its cute and people can make claims & sell even if they are not the real owners.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Lost Dog -whose?
on: September 11, 2013, 02:35

Got picture?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

MooMoo
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Post Lost Dog -whose?
on: September 11, 2013, 02:31

Found little puppy dog -if you have lost dog – please write back.
Have pink collar at neck.

skypure8
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Post Simple way to test Water Heater ELCB
on: September 10, 2013, 06:50

For Sharing:

Simple way to test Water Heater ELCB (Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker)

Turn on the electricity and water supply to the heater. Pressing in the “Test” button (as shown in the photo).

Both the “Power/ELCB” & “Heater” indicator light must go off (no more hot water &/or built-in pump supply).

If the ELCB does not trip each time the “Test” button is pressed, contact your agent for repair immediately.

Press the “Reset” button to resume power.

It is highly recommended to inspect it frequently. For the “old” heater (more than 5 years) must inspect it once a month.

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

martinlts
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Post Re: Oasis
on: September 9, 2013, 02:29

I actually prefer my dim sum ‘steamed-to-order’ rather than being pre-steamed as I find the latter to be overly cooked. Having said that, I wasnt shown cold samples, just the normal menu. I think to them, having such few customers, it would be better to steam to order as they would know not know when is the next customer coming.

Kansai is highly recommended, do give them a try. They are closed on Sundays. Oh, they have a general 10% discount on most (like 90%) of their menu items. So the price you see on menu is before discount

Went to Bad Boys Cook twice more since my first visit. Had spicy spaghetti (a bit like aglia olio), fish fillet, minute steak, baked rice (moo bowl) and brownies c/w ice cream. They were all good although the fish fillet was kinda soggy with the sauce poured on top. Perhaps you can give them a second chance? :-)

leeyk
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Post Re: Oasis
on: September 6, 2013, 13:46

The Thai restaurant serves authentic Thai recipe. I enjoyed that dinner and the price is reasonable. On the Dim Sum shop, another bad experience. They had just opened for a few days, the workers were so new, untrained. I expected steaming hot dim sum ready to eat but they came with a tray of cold samples, asked us to order then only they steamed. That’s not how you run a dim sum business. I have never tried that Jap restaurant so may try one day.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

bluedolphin
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Post Re: Electrician
on: September 5, 2013, 05:56

William 012 3236689

martinlts
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Post Re: Oasis
on: September 5, 2013, 01:55

Hi leeyk. I guess I must have been lucky to come in on a good day! Everything we ordered was just fine. I actually resisted going to Bad Boys as I’m not exactly a western menu fanatic but the consistent long queue and good comments I heard from friends finally swayed me to have a go. If my second try also proves to be a success, maybe you can give them a second chance :-)

I also have not tried royal flush. From the decor I can guess that you would have needed to win using a royal flush hand at genting in order to afford the food there :-)

Since we are comparing Japanese, my fav place is Kansai at NZX. Simply no beating them in size, taste and price of their sushi. Their ala carte menu for other jap dishes is less affordable but they taste great. I love their ambience. I will only go to Rakuzen for a change of scenery, otherwise Kansai is my haunt whenever I have hunger for sashimi

At NZX (going out of topic here) there is a Thai restaurant on the same row as the medical clinic. Pretty nice green curry. I’ve only been there once so that’s all I can say.

Further down, at the very corner, there is this new chinese dim sum shop. Food is ok but I guess their secluded location explains why my family and I were the only patrons there at that time.

leeyk
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Post Re: Oasis
on: September 4, 2013, 12:35

I had a totally different experience at Bad boys. No doubt the food is cheap but I found it disappointing. We had fish & chips and the fillet literally breaks apart (signs of freshness.) The chicken and lamb were not tasty either.

Rakuzen is very popular and packed most of the times. The food is okay but given the choice, I prefer Sushi Zamai or Hokkaido, their sisters joint. For the same dish, the sushi at Hokkaido is a lot bigger.

I have not tried Royal Flush, another popular joint but was told you better be prepared when you receive the bill. I guess a different class altogether.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

martinlts
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Post Oasis
on: September 3, 2013, 05:59

Hi all. Just wanted to share and chit chat. Oasis has been open for quite a while now. Biz seems to be growing! I really love what they have done to the place. The main walkway is quite hot under the noon sun but at night, the lights and water features really make the whole things work.

I’ve been to a couple of the eateries there. Want to try them all eventually but would appreciate if you all can share your experiences.

My personal favourite is Bad Boys cook. They serve mainly western food at surprisingly reasonable prices. I’ve only been there once but that single experience and the fact that the stream of customers never ends is enough for me to start recommending the place to friends and family. My family and I had pasta, burger and hot dog. They were all delicious. The portions are not huge like chillies or TGIF but they wont leave you hungry either. I topped up the pasta with chicken fillet and steam butter corn. We as a family also put away 3 drinks and the whole bill just came up to slightly above RM50, inclusive of taxes. Love the food, love the price.

I’m also keen on Rakuzen. The decor is great and the food is good as expected. The price is not cheap but you get your money’s worth.

I’ve also tried the Korean restaurant located upstairs to a pub/cafe but I forgot the name. Had bulgogi plus others and they were all so GOOD!. Prices are reflective of the quality (and quantity) and service is good.

Had an evening at Den Den, a fusion Japanese theme restaurant. Not really to my cup of tea I must say.

Oh, I also had Nasi Lemak at Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock located along Affin Bank row. The nasi lemak is awesome! The price is awesomely high for the serving size and decor, hence I guess the less than full shop. However, having said that, I’m sure I will return there again although the price would deter me from making it my regular haunt.

Hope to hear from you and experience.

Jo
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Post Re: Kindergarten
on: August 26, 2013, 07:03

hi,
I want to change my kids study location to ara damansara.
can anyone recommend the good and reasonable price for 4yr old full day kindergarden and after school tuition center/care for 10 yr old kid?

Max
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Post Re: Jogger Robbed - Saujana
on: August 24, 2013, 05:23

Just beware of 3 indian guys in a black myVI patrolling around ara damansara and saujana.

Max
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Post Re: Maxis home fibre
on: August 24, 2013, 05:19

Maxis is very new in the market and they piggyback on tm infra. Any issues they might just tai chi or blame tm and nothing they can do about it. I know those 10mbps is really attractive but for me personally, I would not go there yet. I have no idea how they are giving you 10mbps and still with profit since tm can only give 5mbps. I would think they buy from tm in bulk and hope to sell volume.

Bram
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Post Re: Jogger Robbed - Saujana
on: August 21, 2013, 02:20

I just bought a commuter bike and plan to bike to work. On first day, my neighbour already warned me on safety issues. It’s only 3km as compared to my previous commute line of 20km and now I have to re-think of cycling to work.

Chayey
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Post Electrician
on: August 20, 2013, 08:47

Anyone knows any reliable electrician which is good with reasonable charges? Need him to do some letric repair works. Thanks!

jimbo
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Post Re: Jogger Robbed - Saujana
on: August 19, 2013, 01:59

Hi Max, Thanks for the info. I am a jogger too and its been difficult running around Ara since the increase in crime rate. I have to be more alert and even give motor cyclist a second glance while running (no offense to all motor cyclist but those I observed like to go against the traffic flows and even on the pedestrian walkways) I was advised to run around Peremba Square but looks like its the same. I am resorting to running around my own enclave now as it is guarded. I know this does not guarantee that I will not be targetted but at least its near the guards and my home. There are many joggers in Ara, please be alert and try to run in areas where you can hop-over the guard house in case there are suspicious people trailing you.

chgoh
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Post Re: Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: August 18, 2013, 14:32

Hi Leong

My boy is there since 2 months old and now is 9 months+. The daycare fee is RM950 per month, no other surcharge for solid food. The environment in the baby room they specially separated is well taken care of so far and the nurses there are friendly and helpful. My boy is happy there and we are satisfied with Happy Nest service. The advantage I treasured a lot is they support breastfeeding. The drawback is long holiday off during festive season (CNY and Raya).

Yes, I make a reservation for my boy when I’m 6 months pregnant. My boy join the daycare half a year later. Luckily I made the reservation, it’s full when I send my boy in. There are limited occupancy for baby as the management work according to our government laws.

The daycare is open 7am-7pm. Now Tutti Frutti is no longer there.

Max
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Post Jogger Robbed - Saujana
on: August 17, 2013, 08:19

Hi,

Just to share this week, one of my neighbour’s wife got rob while jogging at peremba square.

As she was jogging she realized a car u turned and head towards her and from what I heard she tried to run. But 3 guys jumped out and held her down. They even took her car keys and ransacked her car and manage to only find a sunglasses.

Fortunately she suffered only some bruises but they left after that. A few cars BMW, AUDI etc did not even stop when she tried to ask for help for a ride home as they took her car keys. Malaysians, are we that bad now?

There have been so many cases of daylight robbery and killings around this area. I also noticed very rowdy crows on bikes at the PETRONAS in ara damansara. Could they be from the squatters behind Berkeley?

SIME DARBY has to do something about this since you called it a Safe town. It is not. Kapitan being robbed twice now?.

I would guess since the guarded community was established, they have resorted to rob people other ways. If it’s not safe even outside our own house, where else are we safe?I wanted to get a bike for cycling but now i’m thinking twice if I would get robbed of my bike as well.

What happen to the days where we run around in bicycles and catching fish around the neighbourhood. It is sad.

Cheers!

Leong
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Post Re: Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: August 15, 2013, 04:01

hi Chgoh,

How is the service in Happy Nest Childcare and how much you paid? I am sourcing childcare or babysitter for my new born due in March next year. As I was told it is very hard to find a good baby sitter near ara damansara whereby I need to start finding now even though my child due next year.

Thanks.
Leong

Leong
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Post Looking for Babysitter for New Born
on: August 15, 2013, 03:55

Hi,

I am looking for a babysitter in Ara Damansara area for my new born baby due in March 2014. The service is needed by end of May 2014 or early June 2014.

Preferred Chinese lady with experienced for day care.

I am working in KL and will only arrive at PJ around 7.00 – 7.30pm. As such, i need someone who can take care of my baby until 7.30pm.

Anyone interested please email me at darlingsoya@yahoo.com or, it would be very much appreciated if members can recommend any good babysitter around the above mentioned area to me.

Thanks in advance.

best regards,
Leong

skypure8
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Post Re: 3M Water Filter Promotion
on: August 14, 2013, 03:10

Quote from martinlts on August 13, 2013, 00:35
Just to share. I’ve used Sky’s services before. Very good and dependable vendor.

Martinlts, thanks for the compliment.

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

martinlts
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Post Re: 3M Water Filter Promotion
on: August 13, 2013, 00:35

Just to share. I’ve used Sky’s services before. Very good and dependable vendor.

happyjohn
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Post Professional Movers, We Caring & Moving Your Stuff !
on: August 12, 2013, 04:02

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We provide the necessary dismantle, assemble, packing furniture, packing materials and our employees are full time staffs, well trained and experienced. We are not the lorry rental services company.

We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
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Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
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kamkuey
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Post Attacked at the Park
on: August 12, 2013, 01:52

Just came across this thread in another forum. A group of 5 young (20+ year old) youths attacked a photographer at the Ara Damansara Park early yesterday morning and took off with his camera and phone.

http://www.photomalaysia.com/forums/showthread.php?202149-D800-was-Robbed-this-morning-in-PJ

further down the thread, it was mentioned in ara damansara park, opposite the police station.

just sharing.

leeyk
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Post Re: Maxis home fibre
on: August 6, 2013, 01:37

I’m also kind of stuck with both Astro (same reason) and TM because my family makes many outstation calls.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

skypure8
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Post 3M Water Filter Promotion
on: August 5, 2013, 04:03

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
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Post 3M Water Filtration Replacement Cartridge
on: August 5, 2013, 03:59

3M Water Filtration System Replacement Cartridge is now available at:

SKY PURE Water Solutions
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B, Dataran Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

martinlts
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Post Re: Maxis home fibre
on: August 5, 2013, 02:59

Hi lee. Ya, saw the news about the new player in town. The channels does not look too interesting though. Anyway, I’m sort of stuck with Astro as my family members are hooked to some of the series :-)

chantm
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Post Re: Cooking Gas Cylinder Delivery
on: August 2, 2013, 03:12

Thanks for the number. Called and they are still doing deliveries.

leeyk
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Post Re: Maxis home fibre
on: August 1, 2013, 00:54

My neighbour changed to Maxis, no complaints so far. The change is quite simple as they use back the same fibre so it’s the STB that got swapped. But today’s Sun has big splash on a new entrant, ABNexcess at only RM99 for 10Mb + 50 channels. Unfortunately, it is not yet available in our area. Maybe in a year’s time?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

martinlts
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Posts: 27
Post Re: Cooking Gas Cylinder Delivery
on: July 29, 2013, 10:18

Hi I used to call this number 017 777 0000. Been a while since I called though. All the best!

chantm
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Post Awful smell lately around 7:30pm
on: July 25, 2013, 03:28

Hello residents,

For the past 2 weeks, around 7pm till 8:30pm, there is an awful smell permeating around my area which is in Embun. Have to close the windows just to prevent the smell coming in and with the haze too.

Anybody else experiencing this too?

I couldn’t figure if it is from the river or open burning.

Thanks.

chantm
Member
Posts: 5
Post Cooking Gas Cylinder Delivery
on: July 25, 2013, 03:14

Dear Residents,

Do you have any contacts for cooking gas delivery in Ara Damansara?

My usual guy is now incommunicado.

Thanks.

Sunny
Member
Posts: 2
Post Car Jacking
on: July 25, 2013, 02:39

Date: 17 July 2013 11:58
Subject: Miss Lim’s carjack experience!

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have shown tremendous concern and now relate my nasty experience during my recent misfortune.
If you happen to know of anyone who provides daily to and fro transport from SS4, Kelana Jaya and Sri Garden, please let me know. I am from the primary section.
My Myvi was carjacked by 2 guys in front of my house on Saturday’s night (14/7/12) when I returned at 9:10p.m. from SS2 Macdonald.

By 9:35p.m., I lost my car and all my personal documents. In fact, when I reached my house, I did look around but I did not see any suspicious car. As I bent down to put on my shoes before getting down, there was a sudden knock at my driver’s side window. I looked up and saw a smiling smartly dressed man signalling to me to wind down my window but I ignored him. I proceeded on to look for my shoes. All of a sudden, I heard a loud bang next to my ears. I looked up and saw a hole with glass shattered around it. I realized then it was a robbery. I screamed for help and the guy kept hitting the glass splinter onto my face, hair and mouth.
The robbers came in a big, dark coloured car with black tinted windows. I couldn’t drive away as the robbers’ car had blocked my way. My car was also sandwiched between my neighbour’s car and a lamp post. There is a drain next to the playground on my left front passenger’s seat too.
After smashing the window, the robber stretched his hand into my car to unlock it. There was an accomplice behind the guy and I knew that both of them were getting ready to enter my car. I continued screaming as I got ready to escape. The minute I could open the passenger’s door quietly in the dark, I quickly crawled from the driver seat to the passenger seat and had a quick jump across the drain. I was out and ran helter-skelter for my life. One of them chased after me. I turned around and saw that I was quite within a striking distance of the robber and his steps were big as he is a tall man. At that moment, I automatically ran in a zigzag manner as I used to play the catching game ‘You Cannot Catch Me’ with the lower level students during the break time; where one has to run in a zigzag manner to avoid being caught. I could control my movements better than when I played in school because I was bare footed when I escaped.
Soon the distance between the robber and me increased as he stopped a few times during the chase. I continued running very fast with all my might round a tree until he finally decided to give up chasing me. During the chase, his accomplice was already inside my car and getting ready to leave the scene with him. I helplessly watched them drove away my Myvi which I just bought 3 months ago with my handbag and Mac donald food in it. I shouted at the top of my voice during the whole ordeal but nobody was there to help, not even the security guards whom I have been paying RM50.00 monthly for the security of the area.
The last few days, I was in and out of the police station, driving licence & IC dept, bank and insurance company. What an experience to make my life topsy-turvy!
I am a person who never uses the honk system so I forgot about using it or the alarm system when the robber smashed my window. I also forgot to remove my car key when I made my escape. I should have removed the car key and threw it into the drain.
I am sharing my experience with you because I am the 3rd case when the police inspector interviewed me on Sunday morning at 8:30. The robbers nowadays prefer to target single lady while the car is stationary with the driver inside the car or when she is getting in or getting out of the car. So lady teachers, please be smarter than me!!!

martinlts
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Posts: 27
Post Maxis home fibre
on: July 22, 2013, 09:11

Hi. I’ve been recently tempted by Astro to upgrade my package to Astro Super Pack 3 with PVR/fibreoptics.

Heard plenty of horror stories about Maxis. Anyone in Ara using Maxis? Speed, stability and no throttling/quota as advertised? Will download from youtube and torrents quite frequently.

Thank you for sharing!

na
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Post Re: Fencing at Ara Idaman
on: July 20, 2013, 13:57

To the people in the other Ara Damansara phases who think that they can do whatever they like, please go and have a look at what is happening to the fences in Ara Idaman now.

Jocelyn
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Post Ara Damansara Home Tuition
on: July 9, 2013, 14:08

Home tuition / private tutor is now available in Ara Damansara residence area.

Contact : 012-7378458

Max
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Post Re: Football & Futsal
on: July 3, 2013, 05:01

No one playing? So dissapointed..

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Home CCTV
on: June 30, 2013, 13:32

Thanks for your comments. I have done some research and I think the more challenging part is to understand the different brands and types of cameras in the market at diff price points. Cabling looks pretty straight forward unless you want it well hidden.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Max
Member
Posts: 7
Post Re: Home CCTV
on: June 30, 2013, 08:36

Hi there

It is quite easy to fix if you have the interest. But sometimes it might just take too much time.

You will need to determine how you want to run the cables and also the following:

1. Hidden inside Plaster ceiling? The you will need to make holes source and destination.
2. You need a crimper to cut the edge of the cable to insert the socket depending on your cctv package. Check if it does come with cable or wireless.
3. Determine the type of cctv u want. IP etc..

The hardest part of installation is always the cabling works. Other than that it’s pretty easy.
But for me, i’d rather get someone to do it unless you have someone who has experience with you.

I hope this helps.

Cheers!

Max
Member
Posts: 7
Post Football & Futsal
on: June 30, 2013, 08:29

Hi

Anyone around here plays futsal or football around this area?. It’s pretty hard to find someone to play with these days.

Let me know
Cheers!

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Female dog found in Taipan 2
on: June 26, 2013, 12:24

Female mixed breed found in Taipan 2 area, near the car wash. Friendly and clean, suspected lost pet or abandoned. If this is your dog, please contact Eileen at 0193203875

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Home CCTV
on: June 25, 2013, 02:02

Wondering if anyone here has DIY experience installing a home CCTV? The concept looks simple: buy the accessories, lay the cables and configure.
Or anyone has a good trusted vendor to recommend? Looking for a simple 4 camera system.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Jocelyn
Member
Posts: 2
Post Warehouse Sales in Ara Damansara
on: June 18, 2013, 12:19

Paragon Vest Sdn Bhd will be having a Warehouse Sale from 19 June to 25 June 2013, 10am to 9pm at 1, Jalan PJU1A/13, Taman Perindustrian Jaya, 47200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor with the price as low as RM5.

Items on sale include footwear, apparel and accessories. Brands listed are Brooks, Kronos, Atlanta, Nike, Adidas and so on.

Don’t miss it!

piggy
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Posts: 2
Post Home cook food delivery
on: June 11, 2013, 07:30

Hi all,

May I know is there any food catering services that will deliver to Ara damansara for lunch, apart from mom’sfood?

Many thanks.

piggy
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Baby Sitter Wanted In Nov 2010
on: June 11, 2013, 07:27

Hi there,

Are you still running the business?

Many thanks.

Regards.

Quote from weng_60 on June 3, 2010, 15:12
Congratulations!
I run my own daycare in Ara Dmansara, but currently we dont accomodate new born babies. Also this is one issue at Ara Damansara.

There was a previous mail on baby sitter which I could not trace now. I wanted to comment on one of the reply where the person claimed tht nurseries and daycares are taking in a big numbers, therefore sending to nanny is a better option. I would like to stress here that we dont simply set up daycares and take in many children. We have our quato system and strictly adhere to tht. Further more some nannies are taking advantage of this and overcharging the mothers. Some even charge on daily basis and even up to RM30! This is a highway robbery! Even in a well established nurseries with all the trained and qualified teachers we dont charge that much. To say that babies get one-to-one attention at home as claimed by one of the reader, doesnt justify anything. This is because nannies at home are at their pleasure, keeping an eye on the babies, cooking for themselves, doing their personal work and still get paid for tht. Unlike in daycares, we commit ourselves to the children from as early as 7.30am till late evening. Not only that we look after the children we also teach them, which the nannies dont do. So I would like to remind all the mothers out there to be cautious on some of these nannies. There was a case recently where the baby was left with the maid by the nanny!

Jack
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Post Re: Fencing at Ara Idaman
on: May 31, 2013, 16:10

Well done Admin, keep up the good work. Yes alau is doing a good job to keep us safe. Tq tq tq alau.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Fencing at Ara Idaman
on: May 31, 2013, 13:35

Admin’s note:

Dear all,

I have done some scrubbing and here are the selected few posts that I have retained. So for those who would like to continue this discussion, please continue here. Again, please self regulate.

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alau
May 14th, 2013 at 1:05 am ·

I was just recently informed about the exchange in this forum but not being tech savy. it had taken me a few days to figure out how to join this forum. I am from the RA in Ara Idaman. To weng_60 and horsetek, as you are from Ara Idaman, could you kindly drop me a line at adirascommittee@gmail.com. If both of you are willing, I would like to meet up with both of you to address the points that you have brought up. To ad2000, I believe you are from Pelangi and if I am correct, we both know where we stand.

horsekek
May 14th, 2013 at 9:47 am ·

Thanks for the reply from the Idaman RAs.

Idaman RAs statement to Ad2000..we know where we stand..and they seems to know each other..reveals to us that there are
”Opposing views” to the fencing and security guard issues.

Ad2000 is against the fencing and guards in Ara Idaman and he has his valid reasons.

Are we operating within the law?

Why is the operation of Ara Idaman not open and transparent?

As a guide you can refer to PEARLVIEW CONDO MANAGEMENT IN PENANG how they manage their operation via yahoo.all questions answered from any disatisfied resident.

I hope the RAs managemnt can clarify on this forum Ad2000 queries and other queries that are bought up.

If not they can email me at horsekek@hotmail.com.

Finally i hope the RAs can DEBATE on this forum as everyone living in Ara Damansara is following this issue.

jonas
May 14th, 2013 at 10:23 pm ·

I have always been against the fencing up of public areas. It is totally inconvenient not only to residents by making access limited but visitors are further inconvenienced. I always find it frustrating when visiting friends homes which are gated, having to stop, giving identification and tell a foreigner where we want to go when in actual fact those roads are public roads, not privately owned. It would make it even more frustrated when we are stopped trying to enter our own homes. Furthermore, what used to be a 3 minute walk to the nearest store (petronas) is now a sweaty 10 minute walk.

horsekek
May 17th, 2013 at 11:39 am ·

The forum is getting interesting.On one side is the RAs and on the other side are residents who wanted to keep Ara Damansara an ungated and unguarded place of recidence as when they first bought it.

Now the RAs are getting unreasonable and high handed by not agreeing to come out in the open.Lets assume they wish to charge each residents RM 1000 per month for security or even RM 20,they have the responsibility to come up with a working paper.Otherwise people might have sinister thoughts that there are corruption behind this project.

Ad 2000 has mentioned that they have no legal right TO COMPEL residents to be part of their project and as such has to provide everyone free acess to their homes.

Legal recourse is one way but there are others who take it the gangster way .You can refer to the archives in the STAR sometimes back where the chairman of the RAs fought a good fight and went to meet his lord.

I hope everyone can use their good head to resolve our problem.Hopefully the RAs can set up their webpage for forum and discussion where only genuine owners can registered.

Sunnyn
May 18th, 2013 at 8:26 pm ·

That is the very reason why the security has to be tight with proper SOP and all guest and contractors need to be checked and recorded. Yes there had been house breakins in Atilia or Allisia and this was due to a non compliance of SOP for interference by some residence who try to go against the security personal. If we all corporate and explain to our guest like entering any building or condominium in Malaysia thing will be safer.
I think Storm8999 concerns are real as the police force had also applauded Tamans like us that deter of assist in fighting crime.

Sunnyn
May 19th, 2013 at 8:33 am ·

Dear Committee Members and Members of the RA. We cannot thank you enough for your hard and tireless work in keeping us safe. We know that your job is for the good of all of us. You(our RA members) will always be in my pray to keep you and your family safe and happy always.
Bless you all.

horsekek
May 19th, 2013 at 10:38 am ·

In order to let everyone have an overall view of the GUARDED AND GATED[G+G] issue in Petaling Jaya please refer to the following archives articles.

1] The Star dated Dec 27 2010..MBPJ wants permanent structures removed.
2] The Star dated Mar 26 2013..Illegal structures on public space.
3] The New Straits Times… Nov 30 2012… MBPJ demolishes boom gates.
4] The Nut graph.com May 11 2010..The majority wishes.
5] The Nut graph.com Nove 2 2009..Security woes

With regards to Ara Idaman we are in the same boat as all the other RAs where the Guarded and Gated concept was NOT in the planning when we bought those houses.

So under the law we are operating illegally,however if no one complaint the authorities will ”close one eye”.

However if we are over zealous and by our actions make some residents unhappy then we could be inviting trouble whether legal or action from the MBPJ.

According to THE PUBLIC COMPLAINTS UNIT DIRECTOR,MBPJ,TENGKU
NAZARUDDIN ZAINUDDIN…MBPJ will take action against RAs if they have not submitted and get an approval from MBPJ PLANNING DEPT for the erection of boom gates,fencing or guard houses.

It is not the wishes of the majority or who shout the loudest or kita 1Malaysia that will solve our problem.If a disgruntled person really go and make a complaint to MBPJ , then they will act.

I hope the RAs and the opposing sides can come to a compromise.The best is keep things as they are now.Any further action like embolding the guards to stop vehicles will make fence sitters like me jump over.

jonas
May 25th, 2013 at 2:52 am ·

Once again, i totally agree with ad2000. The greatest impact would be on visitors. A much as i dont enjoy having to register myself and showing proof of my identity to foreign guards, i am sure my intended guests would not enjoy the hassle too much.
If what ad2000 said about non paying residents not being issued access cards and have to use the visitors lane, then you can be rest assured that being a resident, i will use the residents lane and if not permitted entrance, will park my car right where they stop me and call the police. Fyi, in my household we have five cars with five different drivers so i would need 5 access cards. We are not a condominium with reserved parking lots so what say the RA?

alau
May 27th, 2013 at 10:31 am ·

Hi Jonas,
Glad to hear you are indeed from Ara Idaman. What do I smell? If no shadow play is being carried out here then its clean as clean can be so my sincere apologies Objective was to get you to respond directly so thank you for doing so.
As to the RA covering the 5 enclaves not planning properly, AGREE with you IF that is the case but unfortunately its not. For you to say that and the rest of it, without doubting your sincerity and belief, I have to say that you are not up to speed on the circumstances that leads to the current situation.
Forcing you to reveal yourself? When you do communicate with me, I will reveal myself first then its for you to decide how you would like to move forward from there. To those who have communicated with me, I would not reveal who they are here or anywhere else for that matter and I would not want nor need anyone to come forward to attest to it here either. That they know it is so is good enough for me and us.
As to the RA answering here, I have already answered that in my posting dated May 14th at 2:03 pm.
Something to hide? Don’t have to answer that as my offer to communicate and meet etc. etc. speaks for itself.
Lastly, I have a confession to make, I HATE to write. Having been out of the main stream of things long enough for me not to want to get back into it again – prefers to keep myself to the small stream of things so that I won’t have to do too much of it. Hoping to hear from you soonest possible, have a good day.

martinlts
May 30th, 2013 at 2:33 pm ·

Hi alau,
Thanks for the detailed reply to the lengthy email I sent you. For the benefit of the forumers, if you have questions, pls post them to the email add provided by alau. From alau’s email, i find that it is really not easy to put things into words as alau is not used to email. That’s why I plan to have a meet up session with him when I’m back in Ara. For those who are not satisfied from his written or oral replies, you can always post alau’s reply here for all to see and judge. We can then avoid all the name calling and empty rhetorics that gets no one anywhere. This topic I think has been the one with most comments in this website. Unfortunately, the postings would give a terrible impression of those who are thinking to buy into AD or stay here. Peace and joy to all Ara Damansaranians.

leeyk
May 30th, 2013 at 7:20 pm ·

Admin’s comments: The admin team has been silent till now because we didn’t want to be seen to be biased to any party (in the past we have been accused of doing that). We also want to highlight that this is a self regulating forum so we expect all contributors to understand what is appropriate and what is not when discussing/arguing in a public space.

So we will wait for 24 hours for any violent objection to the suggestion by Weng_60.

ad2000
May 30th, 2013 at 10:23 pm ·

This is not a violent objection but I think that comments already made should be allowed to stay visible. If people only want to display their nice side and do everything off the record then you might as well not bother coming to a forum like this. In any case, the fences are on the verge of being torn down and you need this thread open for updates.

horsekek
May 31st, 2013 at 10:49 am ·

In all fairness ANY voice of dissent should be heard.We don’t want this forum to be like the STAR newspaper.

Anyway Mr Lau is ready to serve us and those who wants to hear from him directly can meet up with him to clear any doubts you might have.

For the time being we should all be thinking about how to improve the security in our area.

If robbers dare to break down the doors of 7 11 whose owners are behind the corridors of power,they would not hesitate to rob anyone in our backyard if they know we have cash.

I suggest we keep this forum not to look at the negatives but to encourage positive comments how to make our place BETTER AND SAFER.

martinlts
May 31st, 2013 at 1:48 pm ·

I agree that criticisms are to be allowed. But I think what the admin has raised up is that we should draw the line when it comes to name calling, generally coarse language and vulgar insinuations that serves no purpose except to let the writer feel some measure of victory. We should give the benefit of doubt to alau and the committee to explain before launching into personal attacks and name calling.

By the way, heard from radio Harvey Norman is having a great car park sales today and will continue to the weekends. Too bad I will miss it. Oh well, save some $$.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

ckranas
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Post School Holiday Acitivies
on: May 28, 2013, 03:55

Hi
What would you do with the kids during the school holidays. I have signed up my kids at IOP Preschool ‘s Holiday Program for 2 weeks beginning next week. Other than that I was wondering if there were parents who were interested in joining to plan a picnic or a trip to Kuala Gandah Elephant Santuary.

Can someone highlight to me the other places around Ara Damansara which we could utilize for small little walks or picnics with the kids. Someone told me that there is a park sandwiched between the Seri Phillimore house development.
Is that any good ? Safe ? What are the activities in the park?

Hope to hear from someone.
Thanks
Ckranas

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Post Water fillter Promotion
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Post Related Health Products
on: April 19, 2013, 08:05

Lately been ask about this questions, and just want to check around how many of you will have the same answers with me.Thanks to all.
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2. Will you think of health products for your cells ?
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4. Why you are taking health supplements or products?
5. What are your biggest worry about health supplements or products?
6. What do you want to get from having health supplements or products?

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Post Re: We are always the first to reply to any inquiries!
on: April 17, 2013, 06:03

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happyjohn
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Post Re: We are always the first to reply to any inquiries!
on: April 8, 2013, 07:35

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Sunshine
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Post Re: Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 4, 2013, 11:08

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chgoh
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Post Re: Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: April 4, 2013, 01:53

I’m sending him to Happy Nest in Oasis. This day care centre is above Tutti Frutti. He is there for 3 months plus and so far everything is fine.

How old is your baby? 4 kids with a maid is really terrible. You may contact the management ppl there for appointment prior to your visit.

bluedolphin
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Posts: 18
Post Re: Floor tiles jon for Porch area
on: April 3, 2013, 06:07

Quote from Sunshine on April 2, 2013, 07:58
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thank a lot

bluedolphin
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Post Re: Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 3, 2013, 06:05

Quote from ooice on April 1, 2013, 16:58
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Embun resident.

Thanks ooice. in this case , i guess i will go for Maxis

Sunshine
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Post Reliable Handyman
on: April 3, 2013, 04:20

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ooice
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Posts: 13
Post Re: Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 3, 2013, 04:03

Quote from Sunshine on April 2, 2013, 08:02
Hi there, how was the price compare to others?

http://www.maxis.com.my/home/plans_fibre.asp
http://www.tm.com.my/unifi/home/pages/packages-vip.aspx

Sunshine
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 2, 2013, 08:02

Hi there, how was the price compare to others?

Sunshine
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Floor tiles jon for Porch area
on: April 2, 2013, 07:58

Hi there, I just had my apartment floor tiles renew. These people had done a good job,his name is Peter 018 666 0246.

ooice
Member
Posts: 13
Post Re: Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 1, 2013, 16:58

I m currently subscribing to their 10Mbps package. Stable line.

Embun resident.

bluedolphin
Member
Posts: 18
Post Maxis Home Fiber Internet
on: April 1, 2013, 05:43

Just wonder anyone is using Maxis Home Fiber Internet service in Ara?
how is the service , as stable as TM Unify ?
i am considering swicthing the package .

shizuka1610
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: March 29, 2013, 09:36

hi,
may i check with you, do you manage to get your baby sitter?
I am looking for one too…
i just found out that my current nanny left my boy with the newly hired maid home alone.
total kids is 4 with 1 new maid. i feel insecure and really hope to get a responsible one… sigh~

shizuka1610
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Post Re: Baby Sitter Wanted In Nov 2010
on: March 29, 2013, 09:33

Weng KK,
May i have your contact, do you still run the business?
Hope the hear from you soon.

Thanks in advance.

happyjohn
Member
Posts: 7
Post We are always the first to reply to any inquiries!
on: March 28, 2013, 01:57

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We provide the necessary dismantle, assemble, packing furniture, packing materials and our employees are full time staffs, well trained and experienced. We are not the lorry rental services company.

We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
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Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
email: info@happymovers.com.my
website: http://www.happymovers.com.my

cplim
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Ara Damansara sewerage system
on: March 24, 2013, 09:00

Yes you are correct! The sewerage manholes in Ara Damansara has been overflowing, especially after it rains. Guess the problem is surface water is getting into the sewerage system and therefore the sewerage pipes are not able to cope with the discharge. I have made numerous complaints to IWK on this matter.

You can also write to their Head of Communications, En Azzatullina Pawancik at the email address as follows:-
azzatullina@iwk.com.my

Regards,
cplim

ming
Member
Posts: 1
Post Ara Damansara sewerage system
on: March 23, 2013, 05:23

Has anyone noticed that there are some manholes in Ara Damansara that are “popped” up due to overflow?

This can be a serious safety and health issue to the residents here as there is raw sewerage flowing into the streets.

Other than Indah Water does anyone know to whom we can raise the complaint to? All Indah water does is come and temporarily fix the problem and the problem will just resurface later repeatedly.

cheesan
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Posts: 12
Post Re: Baby sitter /child care services
on: March 15, 2013, 16:28

there’s one at Oasis Damansara. Just next to my girls school, IOP Canopy. cant remember the name

hassie
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Post yoga workshop
on: March 13, 2013, 11:59

As you get better at a particular aspect while running your workshop, you’ll be able to do it faster, but in the beginning, it takes time. Be patient, evaluate your results and make changes as needed. Keep one thing in mind, if your yoga workshop doesn’t make money, it won’t be around to help anyone in the future. Keep it profitable.

I am yoga trainer

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Post Jack Russell Terrier found ard 1A/21
on: March 13, 2013, 10:11

http://www.petfinder.my/pets/41674/

Male JRT found ard 1A/21. See link above for contact details if this is your dog.

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Post Re: Golden Palm Tree Resort and Spa-CHEAP!!!
on: March 12, 2013, 13:20

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ikram
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Post A newly open muay thai fitness centre in Ara Damansara
on: March 12, 2013, 03:18

Hello everyone! We’ve just opened a new gym called MaxOut Gym – Muay Thai and Fitness Centre located at No. 29, Jalan PJU 1A/5A, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia which is next to Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant.
My gym offers Muay Thai classes for self defense, Yoga classes, Bootcamp Training for fitness and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Therefore we would like to invite everyone to join our provided classes at the gym as we are currently open to public to have unlimited trial classes until the end of March. So see you guys there! For more information and schedules, please visit our Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/MaxOut.Gym.MT or you can call us at 019-2760807 or 016-8834649.

Have a great day!
TRAIN LIKE THERE IS NO FINISH LINE!

I am a fitness trainer. I have just opened a new gym called MaxOut Muay Thai and Fitness Centre in Ara Damansara next Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant.
My gym offers Muay Thai, Yoga, Bootcamp and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. For more information, please visit my Facebook page or you can call me at 019-2760807.

Azam
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Post Oasis Ara Damansara Tutti Frutti Coupon Voucher
on: March 8, 2013, 10:41

Dear all residents

I am one of the residents from Ara Vista would like to share some promotions for Tutti Frutti located at Oasis.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4e9k2g65t8fqb52/Coupon.jpg

The coupon is valid until the 31st of March and can be reprinted as many as you like.

Thank you for your support!

lyn
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Post Re: How to get rid of dust mites in your home?
on: March 5, 2013, 13:27

We just bought a HYLA and we’re very pleased with it. It makes our house smell wonderful and clean. I had no congestion or sneezing the entire night, and woke up feeling great And with the years ahead that we will be using it and the health benefits it’s well worth the investment. Thanks for the recommendation.

yw
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Post Re: Baby sitter /child care services
on: March 5, 2013, 04:10

Quote from juliahee on March 3, 2013, 13:35

Quote from ywynnie on February 26, 2013, 04:23
Hi anyone have any good recommendation of baby sitter or child care services available around Ara Damansara that can take care infant ?

Hi please comtact 0123731298 thanks

Hi.. who is the contact person /name for the above number?

terencetct
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Post Looking for a Mandarin tutor
on: March 5, 2013, 01:06

Hi I am looking for a Mandarin tutor for my 5 year old son. We live at Casarina area. Please contact Janice at 012 364 5599 or Terence 012 3892535. Thank you

julia
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Post Re: Baby sitter /child care services
on: March 3, 2013, 13:35

Quote from ywynnie on February 26, 2013, 04:23
Hi anyone have any good recommendation of baby sitter or child care services available around Ara Damansara that can take care infant ?

Hi please comtact 0123731298 thanks

happyjohn
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Post FIND THE RIGHT MOVERS BEFORE YOU ENGAGE THEM!
on: March 1, 2013, 07:19

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We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
No.24-1, Jalan Kasuarina 6/KS7, Bandar Ambang Botanic, 41200 Klang, Selangor
Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
email: info@happymovers.com.my
website: http://www.happymovers.com.my

bluedolphin
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Posts: 18
Post Floor tiles job for Porch area
on: February 27, 2013, 03:35

Anyone here tile Car Porch area ? any contractor with good workmanship can recommend ?
By the way , what is the estimated cost to tile the car Porch area for Alissia ?

thanks

yw
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Posts: 4
Post Baby sitter /child care services
on: February 26, 2013, 04:23

Hi anyone have any good recommendation of baby sitter or child care services available around Ara Damansara that can take care infant ?

Kedai Kaki Lelong™
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Post Re: School transportation available
on: February 25, 2013, 09:20

Need a school bus for my daughter from Mont Kiara (condo) to “Jenis Kebangsaan SJK Damansara” in the morning and back in the afternoon to Mont Kiara. Anybody know service available? Thank you so much. Mei.

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elle
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Post Re: How to get rid of dust mites in your home?
on: February 24, 2013, 09:00

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lyn
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Post How to get rid of dust mites in your home?
on: February 24, 2013, 04:21

I have been told that I am allergic to dust mites. Every morning when I wake up, my nose can’t stop running and keep on sneezing. Can anyone help? and how to get rid of it?

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Post Buy wedding dresses online
on: February 22, 2013, 12:59

You go to below link to buy the wonderful wedding dresses..

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Post Re: Kindergarten
on: February 21, 2013, 07:12

Hello parents,

Just to inform all based on my personal experience. Please DO NOT send your kids to TADIKA LITTLE FOOTPRINTS!!!
They are overrated and not as good as some claimed to be. In fact they (the Manager and Principal) are terrible people who have denied my 4 year old her right to basic preschool education. They themselves claimed that they are not trained to handle my child. If they are not trained, don’t open a kindergarten!!!
So, unless your kid is an ‘angel’ or you yourself are some big shot lawyer or doctor or some well known person in society, please keep your child away from TADIKA LITTLE FOOTPRINTS.
They are not professional enough and their license to operate a kindergarten should be revoked!!

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Post Kyani for health
on: February 20, 2013, 16:10

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Post Landslide in AraDamansara
on: February 19, 2013, 14:11

Source: http://www.thesundaily.my/news/617175
video: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=307754929346545

Landslide in Ara Damansara
Posted on 19 February 2013 – 09:57pm

Michelle Chun
newsdesk@thesundaily.com
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Workers assessing the collapsed road, which gave way following a landslide metres away from shoplots in Ara Damansara on Monday night. SUNPIX by ZULKIFLI ERSAL

PETALING JAYA (Feb 19, 2013): A stretch of road collapsed in a landslide here Monday night after heavy rain caused a retaining wall to give way.

The wall fell onto the riverbank, causing the road to collapse at around 8pm, before the soil further eroded through the night. This caused the entire road section to collapse just metres from some shoplots in Dataran Ara Damansara.

Petaling Jaya mayor Datuk Alinah Ahmad said today immediate rectifications were being made to prevent further soil erosion and danger to businesses and people in the area.

“We are trying to rectify the whole thing. We are putting on plastic sheets and diverting discharged water to the river.

“After that, we will put in sheet piles to stop further erosion,” she told theSun during a site visit today.

MBPJ councillor Khairul Anuar Zainuddin, who is in charge of Ara Damansara, said the department would immediately issue notices to tenants and owners of nearby shoplots, informing them of the action taken.

“However, this area has not been handed over to the council yet, so it is still under the developer, Dataran Ara Damansara Sdn Bhd.

“The council will take immediate measures first and then ensure the developer fixes the problem,” he told theSun today.

Khairul said the issue most likely arose from heavy rains, but it could also be due to lack of maintenance or slipshod work during initial construction.

“One of the main issues in Ara Damansara is that some developments have yet to be handed over by the developers to the local council, which results in confusion among residents and businesses,” he said.

Mohd Kamil Othman, owner of the corner shoplot closest to the landslide, said he alerted the police and fire department the night the road gave way.

“Throughout the night, there’s obviously further erosion of the soil. I’m not the only one worried, everyone is,” said Mohd Kamil, whose shoplot is located three metres from the landslide site.

Kamil said soil movement first became apparent at 6pm on Monday, and then subsequently further eroded every half hour.

“A car was parked along the stretch, and had to be pushed out when the road caved in slightly. And then after two hours, the whole thing gave way,” he said.

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Post guard services at ara idaman
on: February 9, 2013, 19:09

can somebody highlight to me how much per month is each house paying per month for the guard service in ara idaman..my tenant told me it is rm 80.i would like to know the MATHS rather than paying blindly..hope somebody highlight this issue

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Post Re: New coffee shop
on: February 1, 2013, 04:04

nice blog…

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Post Re: New gym opening soon in Ara Damansara..
on: January 30, 2013, 03:53

Hi,

Monthly fee is Rm70 per month and Rm 50 registration, but for the first 100 customers,you entitle for Rm60 monthly and Rm25 registration fee…spread the words fellas!!

Thanx

gym owner and a Personal Trainer..drop by my gym for a workout.
thnx

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Post Re: Sharing About Beauty Spa On Mobile
on: January 29, 2013, 05:54

ohh,i would love to have my facial done in my house,rather than to drive all the way to spa/facial salon.

thanks for this info. will check on the website. need to know if they do cover outside the klang valley.

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Post Re: New gym opening soon in Ara Damansara..
on: January 29, 2013, 05:53

Can share how are the charges?

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Post Sharing
on: January 28, 2013, 20:09

Recently had a friend of mine recommended me to try “Beauty Spa On Mobile”. At first it is sound funny to me after she explained what is all about.
It is a kind of facial,manicure pedicure,body treatment,waxing service which provided at your own house. I had made the booking which took me about a week to try it. I had the “detox facial and manicure pedicure”. I am very satisfied for the service given by her (Stephy). She is actually a Licensed Esthetician who from New York City,USA.
The convenience things were that I don’t have to be in the traffic,looking for parking especially on the weekend. The price for me i feel is reasonable because she had to drive to my home and she had all the hassle which I can avoid it now.
I knew i have to share this with everybody. Oh….she even had a website:www.beautyspaonmobile.com.
If any of you have a chance to try it, I am sure you all are going to like it.

amin
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Post New gym opening soon in Ara Damansara..
on: January 26, 2013, 04:23

Hi guys,

The Dungeon gymnasium will be operating on 2/2/2013(Saturday, located at Nzx,Second floor next to Speedmart..Basically just a basic gym mostly free weight and few machines…feel free to drop by and have a good w//out. thnx

gym owner and a Personal Trainer..drop by my gym for a workout.
thnx

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Post Re: Taman Eko Ara Damansara
on: January 25, 2013, 11:34

Thank you for the response Leeyk. I’ll take a closer look in the near future. May even take my fishing rod! Any idea what can be caught? Snakeheads? Carp? If it has decent fish then those in charge would do well to set up some proper places for people to fish, regulate it (catch and release only, no littering, no night fishing etc) and they can create some jobs and make some money whilst doing it!

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Post Re: Taman Eko Ara Damansara
on: January 22, 2013, 14:06

This place has been in existence for more than a year. It is not a reservoir but a giant retention pond to handle flash floods. It is a good place to jog, to fish or to enjoy nature. I have not checked it out but the access road should be somewhere near the round about. The short-cut is via the bend of 1A/20 and 1A/5. This is near to La La Chong restaurant where there is a project on some shop lots. Walk past the row of Eugenia trees and a couple meters later, you can see it. There is no proper pathway so you have to slide down the slope. And just watch out for any snakes though.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Dicky
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Post Taman Eko Ara Damansara
on: January 21, 2013, 08:20

Hello,

I’ve been looking at the area on Google Earth and discovered a huge lake/reservoir next to PJU 1a/5. I’ve tried to assess it but couldn’t, however I did see a sign that said ‘Taman Eko Ara Damansara’. Tried searching it on this site but nothing came up.

Can anyone shed light on the project, and when it’s likely to open? Looks like a beautiful place to walk or jog around.

Any info much appreciated.

julia
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Post Child Care Service available
on: January 21, 2013, 07:23

Child care service available at Taman Mayang

Please call 012-3731298 for further enquiries.

jo
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Post Re: Tutti Frutti at Oasis Ara D
on: January 18, 2013, 12:24

Oasis Ara Damansara is a commercial hub that is located opposite the Saujana … Razuken, Tutti Frutti, Korean restaurant, Chinese restaurant, Mamak, etc…

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Post Re: Dumping of renovation materials
on: January 10, 2013, 04:08

yes, please report to MBPJ.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

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Post Dumping of renovation materials
on: January 10, 2013, 04:06

Transferring post from tcw (January 9th, 2013 at 10:56 pm)

Hi, I know it may not be appropriate to post other issue here but I really have no idea where to post this.
Recently, it has been noticeable that there are lorries carrying renovation debris and other debris throwing these into the river behind Petronas. These rubbish has been accumulating from time to time. I suggest we complaint to the local authorities?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

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Post Ubuntu Software Center 5.4.1.2 Review
on: December 31, 2012, 16:44

Ubuntu Software Center is one of the most disputed applications in the Ubuntu operating system, but the developers have stuck with it and it has proved to be a very good decision.

Canonical doesn’t have the best track record when introducing new applications, especially when they are the developers of it.

Usually, the people who put together Linux distributions don’t have the time or the resources to implement their own software, so they rely on applications from other developers.

This method of combining applications from hundreds of third parties has proven to be quite a challenge as the apps and frameworks don’t always work well together.

Canonical is not your usual developer. They do have the means and the capability to make their own applications, if they feel that the software they’ve been using is not complete or it’s too buggy.

Ubuntu Software Center and the Unity desktop environment are just two examples of Canonical determination of doing things their way.

Ubuntu Software Center was initially called AppCenter and it’s not actually an original application. It’s based on gnome-app-install, which in turn is based on a Debian tool. It’s not uncommon for this kind of applications to get branched and this is just the case here.

Canonical has fiddled with the idea of their own app center for quite some time and there are rumors (more like certainties, if you check the similarities between the two products) that Apple took some inspiration for their Mac App Store from Ubuntu Software Center.

Installation

If you are running an Ubuntu operating system from 9.04 (Karmic Koala) upwards, you already have Ubuntu Software Center installed.

In any case, Canonical provides a source code, through Launchpad, so anyone can download it and insert it in their distribution.

Moreover, the developers also provide a PPA for the development version of Ubuntu Software Center. Keep in mind that this is a daily build, which means that features, changes, and updates are implemented and removed on a daily basis. In any case, this is how you install it. Open a terminal and enter the following commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:software-store-developers/daily-build
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

Perform this installation only if you are absolutely sure about what you are doing. Making a downgrade for Ubuntu Software Center would be quite difficult.

Usage

Before the full implementation of Ubuntu Software Center in Canonical’s distributions, users got around with other applications, such as Synaptic.

The problem with these programs is that they don’t have functions for shareware, meaning users can’t buy something. This had to be remedied, especially because Canonical also wanted a digital distribution platform for various products, in the same manner Valve is doing with Steam.

After getting the software in place, Canonical started working on making it user friendly, in the accordance with the rest of the operating system.

The company is trying really hard to make Ubuntu an easy-to-use operating system that anyone can pick up, not just Linux fans. For the most part they are successful and Ubuntu Software Center is one of the best examples of their perseverance.

The first time you open the software, you are welcomed with a clear interface that leaves no doubt on what can be done with it. It’s composed of three major panes.

On the top there’s a pane featuring four promoted items that are circulated like a slideshow, while on the left there’s a second pane encompassing all the categories, and the third one pane rests at the bottom, with the latest entries.

Ubuntu Software Center doesn’t require an account to install free software, but if you want to buy stuff, then you will need to take some additional steps.

Besides installing applications from the official repositories, it also provides quick access to Software Sources, an important part of Ubuntu.

From Software Sources, users can choose what repositories Ubuntu has to use, can managed PPAs, choose the priority and sources of the updates, check authentication keys, and see if there are any proprietary drivers available in the repositories.

The last and probably one of the most important features of Ubuntu Software Center is its capability to install .deb files. Sure enough, they can still be installed from the terminal, but if you are novice with Ubuntu, you might now want to get all that involved.

Just double click a .deb file and Ubuntu Software Center will gather the necessary dependencies files from the repositories and install the application.

The Bad

Canonical claims that their application is almost a complete solution, but they are actually far from it. From a beginner’s point of view, Ubuntu Software Center might seem complete, but it lacks a lot of features, not to mention transparency.

For example, when installing a .deb file it doesn’t show you what the other dependencies also installed are. Maybe you just picked up a library you didn’t want, but you can’t see what is happening during the installation, like in the case of Synaptic.

The categories are not complete and their functionality is truncated. For example, after you enter the Games category, the filters don’t work properly, a lot of entries don’t have screenshots, and the size of the packages isn’t shown.

These are just a small part of the problems, but you get the idea. The application is far from complete.

The Good

A lot of people were unhappy when Synaptic was removed from the distribution (not from the repositories though) and Ubuntu Software Center was left to fend for itself.

Nonetheless, it’s a great tool for new users and probably one of the most useful integrated into Ubuntu. It provides easy access to a few important features we mentioned above and it’s a very good package manager, at least when it comes to uninstalling applications.

Conclusion

Ubuntu Software Center is without a doubt a very useful software, especially for new users, but it still fails to provide the necessary features the more advanced user needs.

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Post Waking Mars for Linux Review
on: December 31, 2012, 16:43

Waking Mars is a bizarre 2D platformer developed by the Tiger Style studio and made available for Linux with the latest Humble Bundle, Android 4.

Two decades ago, there was a gaming genre that spawned quite a few titles. Players had to operate vehicles, with the help of thrusters, and keep them from falling. Many times it was just about landing space crafts, but the gameplay was simple and addictive.

The last game that used this kind of mechanic, with moderate success, was Space Taxi 2, back in 2004. Since then, landing aircraft against the workings of gravity has fallen out of style.

Interestingly enough, Waking Mars only uses this core mechanic and focuses on an entire type of gameplay that hasn’t been exploited so far. It doesn’t even have a name.

This is one of the reasons why the game also garnered quite a few prizes, even if it hasn’t been available for a long time.

Installation

We installed the version distributed through Humble Bundle Android 4, in Ubuntu 12.10. The developers provide two files, an i386 deb which has to be installed and a tar.gz archive which should contain all the necessary dependencies needed to run the game, without having to install it.

As usual, we recommend installing the deb file, which can be done in two ways. The simple approach is to double click the file and let Ubuntu Software Center take care of the installation.

If you prefer a more traditional method, you can install it from the terminal, giving you the opportunity to see what dependencies are needed, in case the process stalls.

Just enter the following command in a terminal (you will need root access and internet access):

sudo dpkg –i waking_mars_1.0.3-ubuntu-i386.deb

If the installation stops because it lacks a certain dependency, enter another simple command:

sudo apt-get install -f

Even if Waking Mars only comes in an i386 flavor, it installed without any problems in a 64-bit system and ran flawlessly.

Story and Gameplay

The main character is called Liang and he’s Chinese. He may be speaking a flawless English language, but the developers are trying to make people understand that China is a major economic power and they will be going to space, sooner rather than later.

Liang is an astrobiologist and he’s tasked with a simple mission, to find OCTO, an eight legged rover that was sent to Mars in order to investigate a few tunnels under the surface.

The rover has ceased to answer hails, but it left various cryptic images behind. The player goes deeper and deeper into the caves and starts meeting some alien organisms.

This is where the gameplay comes into focus. When Liang first entered the caves, he started to interfere with the natural ecosystem and produced a slight imbalance. This meddling has led to the development of a certain type to microorganisms, which produced acid. The entire human base is destroyed when a huge cave below collapses.

Separated from his colleague, Amani, and with the help of a damaged and really annoying artificial intelligence, he starts to make his way back to base camp, through the underground system of caves.

He soon finds out that each chamber is in fact acting like a cell and the only way to exit from one chamber into another is to modify its ecosystem.

This means he has to encourage the development of certain plants and creatures, and destroy others in order to reach a critical bio mass. Thus, the living walls of the caves open up and our hero can pass further on.

By going deeper and deeper, the mystery thickens. It seems that there is also an advanced intelligence inhabiting Mars and the messages left by OCTO only enhance the feeling that something is not quite right.

Each level is practically a puzzle that needs solving and they become increasingly harder. Fortunately, the skills and the reflexes needed to pass through each cave are not evolving with the difficulty of the puzzle.

The Bad

The design of the game is a little lacking. I know, it’s an Indie game and I should expect amazing gameplay and story, not great graphics. It’s a little rough around the edges and it might push people away at the beginning.

It’s also true that most players will care little about the graphics, but it would have been a lot better if it hadn’t sometimes felt like a pasted job.

Also, the hit detection is not always on the money. Some projectiles will hit the player even if they were not supposed to and some creature will grab Liang, even if he is not exactly in their range.

The Good

Playing through Waking Mars feels like you are reading a very good Sci-Fi book. The writing is not something to brag about, but the characters are convincing, and by the fifth chapter you can barely wait to hear that damaged AI speak again.

Liang seems to be the quiet, strong type, and his colleague on Mars, Amina, seems to have a crush on him (or does she?). And let’s not forget ART, the most talkative and annoying AI you have ever met. Its condescension will remind players of the AI from the Portal series developed by Valve.

Conclusion

Indie games usually have a way of overreaching their goals, but Waking Mars seems to just hit the spot. It is funny and it’s not trying too hard; it’s serious, although not that much, and it has a dramatic feel that only good books seem to possess nowadays.

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Post Free Start Button for Windows 8
on: December 31, 2012, 16:42

ver since Microsoft released the new Windows, we’ve seen a few solutions to bring the Start Button back into the lower left hand side corner of the desktop. StartW8 is yet another alternative that could take over the sweet spot in Windows 8.

Like most apps taking over the responsibility of the orb in Windows 7, StartW8 is free of charge and does not attempt to push additional software on your system. Installation went smooth in our case and no restart was required in order to complete the operation.

Although StartW8 looks very much like the original menu, a regular user accustomed to Windows 7 should be able to spot this is a replacement fairly easy.

On the other hand, users are interested in its functionality rather than its looks, and StartW8 is slightly different than what we’ve seen until now.

As soon as installed, StartW8 places its custom button in the lower left corner of the desktop. Clicking on it reveals a familiar view, with search bar, program list, power button and the side menu.

You can switch the list of frequently used programs to show all the applications installed on the system, although the change does not occur automatically just by hovering the mouse over.

Given the position of the button, one would expect it to completely eliminate the original functionality of that corner in Windows 8; but StartW8 preserves its purpose so users can easily switch to the modern UI Start Screen with the mouse instead of keyboard shortcuts, as possible in other programs sharing the same purpose.

The context menu for StartW8 does not resume to giving access to the configuration panel of the application and includes a few useful shortcuts as well (Run, Windows Explorer, Command Prompt (with admin elevation, too) and power options: Hibernate, Sleep, Shutdown, Restart, Sign Out, Switch User and Lock.

Worth mentioning is that not all these power options are present in programs of the same category. In some cases, the hibernate button is missing.

The configuration panel is extremely simple and it comes already set up to suit most users’ needs. It is split into two sections that allow you to define the behavior of the OS after signing in, the default action triggered by the power button and to customize the side menu.
The default action for the power button can be any of the power options available in the Start menu (Hibernate, Sleep, Shutdown, Restart, Sign Out, Switch User and Lock).

Out of the box configuration makes the application switch to the classic desktop environment instead of the modern Start Screen. This can be easily changed under the “Basic Settings” panel. Here’s also the place to enable hotkeys (Win or Ctrl+Esc) for launching StartW8’s menu.

Furthermore, you can disable the bottom left hot corner button. This feature has been freshly added in this version of the program.

In the case of the side menu, the options include links to personal folders (Documents, Music, Images, Music, Videos, etc.) as well as system areas, such as Control Panel, Devices and Printers or the list of default programs.

There is also the possibility to add the Run command to the menu, though advanced users can easily call it through the traditional Win+R hotkey.

StartW8 is pretty far from mimicking the functionality of the original orb in Windows 7 and further proof is the fact that new entries are not highlighted. On the same note, the list of frequently used programs is not dynamic, so it will not change as you launch the same entry over and over again; not even after a computer restart.

Once that space fills up, you can start deleting old entries in order to make room for new ones. The application does not offer the possibility to pin items to the start menu.

During our tests, StartW8 seemed to respond to our commands slower than applications of the same kind.

Also on the downside, there is no automatic update mechanism available or the possibility to receive alerts about a new version being available. As such, users have to check for new updates manually from the “Settings” panel.

The computer requires a restart after installing a fresh update for all the changes to take effect.

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Post Browser Wars: Chrome vs. IE9 vs. Firefox
on: December 31, 2012, 16:42

Web browsers just refuse to sit still. They just keep evolving to offer new speed and standards support, all moving towards the ultimate goal—enabling websites to do everything that native applications can. Case in point? The HTML5 getUserMedia draft specification. This new spec allows a webpage to access a user’s webcam and microphone, dispensing with the need for a plugin such as Adobe Flash or Microsoft SilverLight to achieve this feat.

Opera 12 debuted this streaming media capability, with Google Chrome following quickly on its heels (Google is the driving force behind the WebRTC, or real-time communications, of which getUserMedia is a part). Opera’s exploding camera demo gives you an idea of the potential of getUserMedia. It is still just a working draft, and competing browser makers will want to implement it in differing ways, but in the end, it’s clearly coming.

In order to create app-like websites, however, browsers need not just the functions available to installed apps, but also need to equal the speed that straight-to-the metal apps can achieve. A concept introduced by Microsoft with Internet Explorer 9 was to use the PC’s graphics processor to speed up screen drawing and other activities. This technique takes advantage of a PC’s hardware to practically eliminate any advantage of native apps.

It’s an idea that’s been taken on by all of the major browser makers, at varying rates. Firefox has pretty much equaled IE9 here, and Chrome isn’t far behind. Opera’s maker has said that its goal is to hardware accelerate the whole browser’s functioning, not just webpage rendering. Again, hardware acceleration isn’t something that most of today’s websites will benefit from. But those of tomorrow? Definitely.

So what about today? What do you want in a Web browser? You want it to be fast, able to correctly present any website you throw at it, and get out of the way. All of the current crop of software comes close to achieving this goal, while a couple of the lesser known players, Opera and Maxthon, add unique extras on top of this: Opera offers Turbo to speed up slow connections and a built-in BitTorrent client, and Maxthon offers screen and video capture, along with a raft of other power-browsing tools.

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Post Google Earth 6.2.2.6613 Review
on: December 31, 2012, 16:41

Building a software that can catalog an entire planet is not a feat for everyone, and if there is someone out there who is up for the task, then Google is surely the only company capable to do it.

Sure, many have tried to encompass the entire Earth in a single application in the past, but the sheer size of the software would have made this task almost impossible. More importantly, whatever software someone would use, such as an Encyclopedia, it would never cover places that had no special significance.

Many of us are now used with Google Earth, but we must keep in mind that back in 2005, when it was first launched, it made a big impact. Its arrival was made possible by the advent of high-speed Internet which permitted the fast streaming of images.

We have to give credit where it’s due. Google did not built this from scratch, but bought a company in 2004, called Keyhole Inc., which at that time was developing a software called EarthViewer 3D. The company was funded by non-others than the CIA.

How they managed to buy it with the approval of the government is beyond me; maybe CIA needed to expand the software and Google had enough money and man power to do this.

Installation

Depending on your operating system, you might have the Google Earth package in your repository. If not, Google provides packages for everyone, including Debian-based operating systems and Red Hat based ones. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported.

We’ve installed it in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) by downloading the Debian package from the official website. You will need a lot of dependencies so just run the following commands in a terminal, one by one, and everything should be just fine:

sudo dpkg -i google-earth-stable_current_i386.deb
sudo apt-get -f install

You should now have Google Earth installed and available from Unity or from your Application menu.

Usage

The number of features crammed in this software is amazing. It would take dozens of pages to go through all of them and in the end no one would understand much of it.

Let’s start with the basics. Google Earth is a software that renders the surface of the planet (and more) with the help of satellite imagery, from a myriad of sources.

The software can be used as a simple map, searching for locations, plotting routes, and even zooming in at street level. I actually used it a couple of times to find remote interesting ski resorts and even found accommodation with it. It’s very versatile and it estimates arrival time with great accuracy.

On top of this fundamental function, there are a lot of implemented layers. You can activate all of them or one at a time. Some are quite basic such as country borders, roads, gallery, photos (including the Panoramio service and 360Cities), 3D buildings (an amazing feature that is beautifully integrated with StreetView), Global Awareness, and many more.

Besides the obvious use, there are a lot of functions that are almost never used, and the average user has no idea that they exist. First off, there’s the flight simulator, where users define a starting point and start flying over the landscape in a simple, but relatively correct, flight simulator. A joystick is required for precise flying, of course.

Another important function is the Sky Mode, where users can switch from viewing the Earth in the exactly opposite position, and start looking at the stars. The star charts are amazing and actual images are used to render the sky, including nebulae, galaxies and even star systems.

The planet Mars and the Moon are also available in great detail. All the high-res images NASA has taken over the years have been implemented in Google Earth so everyone can enjoy the landscape of other heavenly bodies in the way they truly look.

The Good

The obvious teaching capabilities of the software cannot be expressed in words. There are so many things that can be done with Google Earth, that it’s almost impossible not to find use for it.

The streaming of images has improved greatly over the years and the application has managed to keep low hardware requirements.

Google has dedicated a lot of time and effort to this project and it shows. 3D buildings are added all the time, new sources for images are implemented on a regular basis, and they even managed to help government authorities to control a crisis like the one in Haiti by refreshing their images just a few days after the calamity.

The Bad

I have only one reproach and I’m pretty sure that it’s a problem only present on the Linux platform, most probably on Ubuntu. I can’t say that other distributions have this particular problem as I did not test it. Google Earth uses proprietary Microsoft fonts, but even with the appropriate package installed, the fonts are hard to read and they look terrible.

Conclusion

Google Earth is one the first apps I install on a fresh system, even if I don’t have an immediate use for it.

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jaypark12
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Posts: 7
Post Rhythmbox 2.97 Review
on: December 31, 2012, 16:41

Rhythmbox is an integrated music management application, designed to work under the Gnome desktop environment and based on GStreamer. It makes no excuses for trying to resemble Apple’s iTunes and has been the default music player in Ubuntu operating systems since the release of 12.04 LTS.

Rhythmbox has been introduced into Ubuntu 12.04 for the first time to replaced Banshee, a somewhat similar software. It’s deeply embedded into the system, but very few people know that it can do some interesting stuff, besides playing music.

The application is quite old and it was initially released in 2001, more than 11 years ago. It’s been growing steadily over the years to become one of the top choices for OS builders.

Installation

This is the part where we would usually explain how to install the software in question, but the developer from the GNOme team doesn’t provide any packages, except the source.

The installation of a complex application such as Rhythmbox is laborious and it can take a lot of time, especially if the user doesn’t have the necessary dependencies in the system.

In any case, if you choose to download and install this software, just follow the normal steps, in a terminal. More details about the procedure, if you’ll encounter any problems, can be found in the INSTALL file.

./configure
make
make install

We tested the Rhythmbox package in Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal), which is at version 2.97, just a tad older than the newly launched 2.98. In any case, it proved to be a stable version.

Usage

The program can be easily started from Unity or from the Sound placeholder in the upper right part of the desktop.

The interface is clear and can be understood by anyone, but it will require a little effort from the users, if they are not well versed with the iTunes way of doing things.

We are all familiar with music players and over the years, most applications have adopted a clear recipe, either on Linux or on Windows.

Rhythmbox is trying to resemble iTunes, so the interface and the way it’s organized are a little different from the norm.

The import function is still there, if the user chooses to get his own music into the program. It’s no longer just a huge playlist managed with playback controls. The interface contains a lot more information and services.

First of all, the Library entry in the left side of the Rhythmbox features pretty much all of the player’s capabilities. Besides the obvious Play Queue entry, there’s Music which lists the local tracks, Podcast, Last.fm, Libre.fm, and Radio.

The main window also has an entry for Ubuntu One, allowing users to buy music straight from the interface, with little to no effort.

Three predefined playlists are also present, making the navigation through the imported music simpler. Users can also create custom playlists and save them on the hard drive.

Rhythmbox can provide a lot of other functions and its strength lies in plugins. The software is capable of recording audio CDs from playlists, finding cover art for the songs in the library, interfacing with Apple iPod devices, and a lot more.

The Bad

The main problem is also the main feature of the application. Not everyone is fond of the iTunes interface. It can be confusing at times and it certainly isn’t a standard when it comes to functionality.

The cumbersome playlist filters don’t feel natural in managing large libraries, especially after we used other standards for quite some time.

Another major problem is the lack of binary files from the developer. It’s understandable, especially because Rhythmbox is an important part of the GNOME desktop environment.

In Ubuntu, for example, it’s quite a hassle to update the application, without having to add the latest PPA from GNOME. It would have been nice to have a simple .deb file.

The Good

Rhythmbox provides a simple and stable solution. There are better and easier applications, but this one has stability on its side. It integrates well with Nautilus and other aspects of the operating system, providing a service that simply works.

It is not the prettiest application and we stated in an earlier review that Clementine is by far a better alternative, but Rhythmbox has seniority on its side. It does what it is supposed to and it has developers who dedicate a lot of their time to constantly improve it.

Conclusion

Ubuntu is not the only distribution to adopt Rhythmbox and there are other developers out there who are willing to recognize that this application is, for now at least, one of the best and the most stable out there.

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jaypark12
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Post HTC Prepping Windows RT Tablets for 2013 Release to Rival Apple iPads
on: December 31, 2012, 16:40

According to Bloomberg’s latest report, HTC is secretly working on tablets which will run on Windows operating system. Prepping to compete directly with Apple iPads, the Taiwanese manufacturer has been speculated to launch 12-inch tablets and 7-inch tablets by 2013 accompanied with voice calling feature.

Reports state that Qualcomm chips will be used in them with Windows RT being the OS. It is said that the company considered bringing out devices running on Windows 8 but ditched the idea due to the high estimated cost. It would have cost 00 per device. Therefore, HTC has settled for the less expensive Windows RT devices.

Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft and Peter Chou, CEO of HTC engaged in a tete-a-tete about their windows Phone plans for the future. It has not been revealed whether Windows RT tablets also became part of the conversation. However, HTC’s ambition regarding the tablet has been quite clear for a while now.

Back in September, reports had come out saying that HTC was involved in making Windows 8 tablets. Qualcomm figured in the reports then too. Kouji Kodera, chief product officer at HTC, had said at that time that the company was exploring options in the tablet segment, and was putting together several product concepts in order to come up with the right one.

If the Windows RT tablet is launched, Microsoft will be in competition with devices like Nexus 7, Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Apple’s iPad mini. However, it remains to be seen whether the form factor of the Windows RT devices is capable enough to stand up to Android and iOS devices. The Windows RT tablets from HTC are expected to be released by Q3, 2013.

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touge
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Post Golden Palm Tree Resort and Spa-CHEAP!!!
on: December 23, 2012, 05:57

For those who’s interested to stay at a 5 star Golden Palm Tree Resort and Spa Sepang at a very attractive price, please email me at goldenpalmtreesepang@gmail.com for more info or detail please visit my blog at http://goldenpalmtreesepang.blogspot.com

Golden Palm Tree Resort and Spa Sepang is really a great place to spend a night at, the environment is really relaxing and calm, especially for those is looking for a place to celabrate thier Anniversary, Honeymoon..or even just as a weekend escape from our busy daily life.

seethoe
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Posts: 9
Post Re: Robbed while jogging
on: December 21, 2012, 05:25

it happen at about 6.30pm on Monday evening…broad day light…200m or so from the AD Police Station on JLN PJU1A/1 nearer to the traffic lights to lagenda…

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Robbed while jogging
on: December 21, 2012, 05:09

Hi, sorry to hear you were a victim, what time was it?

A couple of months ago, there was a similar incident where an elderly man from the Bungalows area was knocked unconscious while he was on his morning walk

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

seethoe
Member
Posts: 9
Post Re: Robbed while jogging
on: December 21, 2012, 03:57

Hi all, yes that was me…please be very careful.

levintan
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Home Solar Discussion (Passive Income Generator)
on: December 18, 2012, 18:22

Oops to excited about the program and forgot to leave my email address – levintan@gmail.com

levintan
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Posts: 2
Post Home Solar Discussion (Passive Income Generator)
on: December 18, 2012, 18:19

Hi All,

I have been living in Ara D for quite some time and i reckon since i last posted on this forum was a few years back, i did a standard chartered christmas party quite a few years back.

Lately I have been doing some reading on the solar system made available to all individuals on the news and i did some of my research work. Spoke to a few consultants and worked on the returns. Seems like the returns from is this investment is much better than any available insurance endownment or income builder plans. Based on the most feasible and lucrative returns under the Feed In tariff scheme offered by SEDA (Sustainable Energy Development Authority), the best category to enter is the 4kW package which if i were to engage a solar specialist to do so it will incur a cost of RM 44,000 – 48,000. Lets say if we use RM 44,000 as the entry cost, monthly based on feed in tariff of RM 1.398 per kw, given an average of 4 sun hours a day, i would be able to have a return of RM 680.36 per month. The return on investment period is approximately 5.39 years, hence with the Renewable Energy Purchase Power Agreement signed with TNB for 21 years, I would enjoy a balance of 15 years of monthly average passive income of RM 650 per month. This scheme seems to very viable compared to any low risk financial product offered in the market as it yields an approximately 18+% returns a year. Doing some research on on the solar market overseas, property prices seem to appreciate by going green and generating a decent income at the same time. With the current global warming issue, I reckon doing a part in going green by saving the earth should be the way and with the authority offering such good rates, this would provide a good platform to initiate the integration. I am very interested in the program, and after doing all the ground work and research, it came to my mind via Groupon’s concept, I was hoping to have this forum started and spread the word in the community, and if we can get a handful to participate in this program, we would be able to obtain greater bulk discounts on installation hence increasing our investment yield ratio and reducing on our period of returns on investment. Hopefully i could get some feedback from all of our dear Ara Damansarians, why not share all the goodies within our community and be the first township to have solar integration at our homes. Lets start a ‘Go Green Ara Campaign’ and put our community on the media again as afterall our Safecity township announcement was quite some time ago. hahahah Greedy me!! Hope to hear from all and feel free to comment as it is open for discussion. I have managed to obtain the flyer from one of the consultants in pdf, anyone whom is interested do drop an email to me so that i can just forward the pdf file to you. Cheers y’all

stevoid
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Posts: 5
Post Robbed while jogging
on: December 18, 2012, 01:29

An update I read on “Malaysian Crime Awareness Campaign” on FB:

GROUP OF YOUNG CHAPS WITH KNIFE, EYEING ON LONE JOGGERS. It’s a toss of the coin isn’t it that on the one hand we want to live our lives as normal as can be and yet, whatever we do, someone menacing might just appear and make a muddle of things.?

Date: 17th December 2012
Location: Jalan PJU 1A/1, Ara Damansara

Shared by Timothy See Thoe

“I was out jogging at PJU 1A/1, Ara D’sara and passed two malay young chap about 20 years old on the pathway and another chap was in front of me. The two fella grab me from behind and pointed a knife at me after taking my spectacle. Gave them my handphone and wanted to knife me before leaving but did not at the last sec. Thank God for that.”

Please be aware of your surroundings at all times. Try not to jog alone.

Lim
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Posts: 38
Post Re: School transportation available
on: December 13, 2012, 06:20

Aly, you are most welcome. In fact, I am also looking for transporter for my daughter. A good Samaritan has given their number to me. I hope Uncle Yeoh or Uncle Lee could solve your transportation problem.

aly
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: School transportation available
on: December 13, 2012, 02:30

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Re: School transportation available
on: December 13, 2012, 01:34

Aly,

You can contact Uncle Yeoh or Uncle Lee at 0166517524 / 011 2626 2263. They cover Taman Sea area, BU2,3 and 4 School.

Wenny

aly
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: School transportation available
on: December 12, 2012, 07:10

anybody going to beacon house taman sea?

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post School transportation available
on: December 9, 2012, 13:56

If you have children studying in SRJ (C) Damansara (opposite Riana Green) or BU3 in Bandar Utama and need transport next year, you may contact Jessy 016-3689373.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

PM
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Posts: 2
Post FOCUS® Wireless GSM Alarm System
on: December 5, 2012, 15:10

FOCUS® Wireless GSM Alarm System is a full featured wireless security system with full GSM/PSTN functionality designed to protect your family and home from intruders or burglars. Using the latest RF and GSM/PSTN technologies, the system will automatically alert you via SMS/Phone call when the alarm is triggered.

The Unique Feature:
• 5 Ways to operate the alarm system – Remote Control/Keypad/SMS/Phone Call/CMS
• 5 Types of SMS alert notification – Alarm triggered (with zone indication), Sensor tampered/loss, Sensor low battery, AC power failed/resume & PSTN Phone line faulty/tampered.
• 5 Type of Alarm event notification on LCD Panel – Alarm triggered (with zone indication), Sensor tampered/loss, Sensor low battery, AC power failed/resume & Phone line faulty/tampered.
• User will receive alarm call when Alarm triggered (with zone indication), Sensor tampered/loss & AC power failed
• The external siren and strobe light which incorporates “Continuous Flashing Comfort Lights” that act as an excellent visual deterrent – 24 hours a day
• The control panel & external siren is build in back-up battery.

Please log in to our webpage at http://www.focusalarm.net for more information or call us at 03-80234122

tai kar che
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Post Battle against crime
on: December 5, 2012, 00:54

Daer concerned residents of the “safe” city of Ara Damansara.

A very close friend of ours will be setting up a martial arts academy here in a month or so. This academy serves to teach basic self defence techniques and the course is well suited for adults and children.

The setting up of this academy is timely in light of the recent spate of crime in our neighbourhood. Residents have a part to play in looking out for one another and it would help to arm ourselves with some basic self defence skills. Interested residents can also take this up as a form of exercise and stay fit!!

We are inviting you to a preview on what this self defence course can offer, at our home at No 17 Jalan PJU 1A/3F Ara Damansara at 4.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m., on Sunday, 16 December 2012. You will get to hear from the masters themselves on what they can offer and pick up some tips on self defence at this preview session.

If you are interested to attend this preview session, please RSVP to Joseph at 012 328 3553 or Mei Ling at 019 268 5929.

happyjohn
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Posts: 7
Post Professional moving services
on: December 4, 2012, 04:34

Hi, Happy Movers Relocation Services Sdn Bhd is a local professional moving services company in Klang Valley. We are specializing in Commercial & Residential relocations.

We provide the necessary dismantle, assemble, packing furniture, packing materials and our employees are full time staffs, well trained and experienced. We are not the lorry rental services company.

We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
No.24-1, Jalan Kasuarina 6/KS7, Bandar Ambang Botanic, 41200 Klang, Selangor
Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
email: info@happymovers.com.my
website: http://www.happymovers.com.my

Hi, Happy Movers Relocation Services Sdn Bhd is a local professional moving services company in Klang Valley. We are specializing in Commercial & Residential relocations.

We provide the necessary dismantle, assemble, packing furniture, packing materials and our employees are full time staffs, well trained and experienced. We are not the lorry rental services company.

We are able to give you the final quotation on the spot during the FREE site survey and we guaranteed that there will be no hidden cost except in the very rare occasions where client(s) failed to disclose the scope of work involved.

Our office located at:
No.24-1, Jalan Kasuarina 6/KS7, Bandar Ambang Botanic, 41200 Klang, Selangor
Tel: 03-33252868
Fax: 03-33252768
email: info@happymovers.com.my
website: http://www.happymovers.com.my

Xiao Dou Dou
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Post SMART LITTLE BEANS EARLY READING CENTRE(ARA DAMANSARA)
on: December 3, 2012, 13:38

NOW OPENED FOR REGISTRATION!
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEE WAIVED!

zoom
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Ara Damansara Community Cycles
on: December 3, 2012, 06:30

Hi U guys still cycle on Saturdays?

Nicky
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Post Educare near Yuk Chai
on: November 28, 2012, 03:21

Hi,

I am looking for educare for my Std 3 daughter who goes to Yuk Chai in Taman Megah. Appreciate anyone can share their experience or give recommendations

Thanks,
NICKY

dianneazuma54
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Ara Damansara Community Cycles
on: November 24, 2012, 08:53

How would community go about getting Walking and Bike routes built?

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BerkeLee42
Member
Posts: 2
Post Collection of pruned leaves and branches at Ara Impian Playground
on: November 20, 2012, 10:21

A month or so ago, the trees were pruned and we were glad that they were as the overgrown branches were obstructing the five foot way.

However, the pruned refuse were left to rot at the base of the trees and recently they have been moved nearer to the edge of the road. This obstructed the path of the five foot way. We have to maneuver our way around the dry branches and leaves.

The contractor for garden refuse has made its round many many times but never seem to collect these.

I am sure those who use the playground especially for their morning or evening walks agree that its getting to be a real nuisance. It’s impossible to cycle around now.

I have taken a photo of the obstruction but am not sure how to insert into this. Anyone can assist?

Can someone please enlighten me as to when these will be removed. Thank you in advance.

Ling
Member
Posts: 1
Post transport to Lick Hung school for 2013
on: November 20, 2012, 09:12

Hi,

Will be glad if you can recommend a good transporter to Lick Hung school at SS19.

Ling

miumiu138
Member
Posts: 2
Post BB sitter/ Nanny Wanted (Day) Feb 2013
on: November 17, 2012, 14:03

Hi all

I am looking for a bb sitter/nanny (day time) at Ara Damansara area (or any place near by, eg. Dataran Prima/ kelana jaya/ Taman Bahagia/ , etc.)
My basic requirement:
Chinese lady/ experienced/ day care / able to start on Feb 2013 (after CNY).

I am working in KL and will only arrive at PJ around 7.30 – 8pm. As such, i need someone who can take care of my baby until 8pm.

Anyone interested please email me at vivian_tanmc@yahoo.com. or, it would be very much appreciated if someone can also recommend any good babysitter around the above mentioned area to me.

Thanks in advance.

regards,
Vivian Tan

putri9890
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Posts: 2
Post Lost Mix Breed Puppy Wearing Red Collar
on: November 16, 2012, 11:51

Lost MIX BREED female PUPPY in ARA DAMANSARA ( between D’Aman Crimson Apartment and NZX Ara Damansara ) wearing RED COLLAR with stars printed on it. Puppy age around 3-5 months old. Seen the puppy since last week with her 2 other siblings wearing red and blue collar each. They were playing on the road nearby traffic light near D’Aman Crimson Apartment. I was on the bus that day. Only manage to get near her just now. She’s very friendly. She even allow me to pat her. She looks thin and dirty. Fed her with some wet food. Sorry cause I don’t have a picture of her. Please spread around. Thank you.

putri9890
Member
Posts: 2
Post Lost Mix Breed Puppy Wearing Red Collar
on: November 16, 2012, 11:50

Lost MIX BREED female PUPPY in ARA DAMANSARA ( between D’Aman Crimson Apartment and NZX Ara Damansara ) wearing RED COLLAR with stars printed on it. Puppy age around 3-5 months old. Seen the puppy since last week with her 2 other siblings wearing red and blue collar each. They were playing on the road nearby traffic light near D’Aman Crimson Apartment. I was on the bus that day. Only manage to get near her just now. She’s very friendly. She even allow me to pat her. She looks thin and dirty. Fed her with some wet food. Sorry cause I don’t have a picture of her. Please spread around. Thank you.

Jelyn
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Posts: 1
Post Store Supervisor/Assistant Wanted @ Ikano Power Centre, Full Timer, Salary up to RM 2,200
on: November 15, 2012, 03:10

(IMMEDIATE VACANCY )
Brand New Jewellery Concept Store @ IKANO POWER CENTRE, IPC, Damansara

Garden Of Dazzles (under Mix & Match Elements S/B) is an exciting new jewellery brand offering unique products at major shopping malls in Malaysia. In line with the Company’s expansion plan, we are looking for suitable candidates to join our team:

STORE SUPERVISOR/ ASSISTANT

- Salary Up to RM 2,200 (Basic+Allowance+Commission)
- OT Claimable, Bonus, EPF, SOCSO, Annual Leave etc.
- 6 Days/Week, Flexible Arrangement
- Great and Casual Working Team & Environment
- Great Career Advancements

- Sales and Product Training Provided
- Female Only. No Age Requirements
- 2 Full Time Vacancies Available

* Call or drop a SMS @ 012 2377331 for an interview

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Heater with Rain Shower + FREE Gift
on: November 15, 2012, 03:03

Alpha + Cabana Rain Shower @ RM799 + FREE Gift

* Slim Compact Profile
* New Improve Low Noise Pump
* 5 years warranty on Heating Element
* 10 years warranty on Anti-Leak Tank
* 8″ Cabana Rain Shower + Solid Brass Divertor

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

Gobbie
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Posts: 7
Post Re: Breach of Security
on: November 14, 2012, 03:42

Everywhere in Klang valley also same whether condo or gated/guarded.
Get a CCTV as deterrent

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post School Transport needed
on: November 12, 2012, 01:24

Hi,

I am looking for a transporter who provide transportation services from Ara Damansara to SMK BU4 for year 2013. Pls contact Wenny at 012-3790386 or 78450556 if you are keen.

Winnie
Member
Posts: 1
Post Ara Idaman (Pelangi, Embun, Chelmsford,Bayu)
on: November 11, 2012, 16:40

Dear All Residents of Ara Idaman,

I’m a resident of many years here and I should say that Ara Damansara is a nice and family oriented place until the recent development. The recent fencing initiative started was a brilliant one, looking at the increasing crime rate and I really welcome it.

However, what really irks me is that the residents from each enclave are so single minded and selfish of guarding their own enclave.

As we drive in into Ara Idaman, let me know how do you feel about Chemlsford with the fencing? Do you feel suffocated? We have a nice big compound and surronded with different house patterns, why should we single out ourselves?
Next I heard is that Embun is coming up with the same concept. Don’t you feel that we are in a zoo, separated by the fences?

Why we can’t be ONE as like Ara Impian and Atilia and Alicia? ONE Guard House with ONE aim? We are truly ashamed that we unable to reach the same thinking and objective as most of us are professionals here.

I truly understand that the previous guardhouse at the main entrance failed but let’s not take that as it will happen again. Let’s work hard together, playing our part by diligently paying the guard fees timely and 100% support the whole project. Let’s try, please.

I hope you will reconsider and think 100x before each enclave embark with their own personal objectives. Let’s make ARA IDAMAN a better place.

Thanks!

Chayey
Member
Posts: 10
Post Part Time - Laundry Worker Wanted
on: November 5, 2012, 01:31

Hi,
We are looking for a part time laundry worker (weekends only) to be located in SS2. Anyone interested or do you know of anyone who is interested? Do let me know. We will negotiated the working hours as well as the salary.
Thanks.

stevoid
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Be alert!
on: November 4, 2012, 06:11

I have no idea. But I suspect its the row of shops near the shortcut to Kelana Jaya. I’ve also been noticing a lot of shady characters hanging around that road opposite the entrance to Alissia/Atillia. Not to mention Mat Rempits racing down the main road in front of Alissia/Atilia.

Member
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Post Re: Tesco Ara Damansara
on: November 1, 2012, 10:05

What is the current status of Tesco coming to Ara Damansara?

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Be alert!
on: October 31, 2012, 12:49

which row of shop is this?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

skypure8
Member
Posts: 21
Post Water Heater Promotion !
on: October 29, 2012, 12:30

Alpha + Cabana Rain Shower @ RM799

* SMART safety features
* Built-In Auto Test
* 5 years warranty on Heating Element
* 10 years warranty on Anti-Leak Tank
* 8″ Cabana Rain Shower + Solid Brass Divertor
* 5 Colors:Silver,Blue,Pink,Black,White

Limited Time & Quantity

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

skypure8
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Posts: 21
Post Promotion !!
on: October 29, 2012, 12:24

Joven + Cabana Rain Shower @ RM799

* Inverter Booster Pump:
-Energy saving up to 50%
-SilentPlus operation
* Intelligent 1 Touch Button
* 5 years warranty on Heating Element
* 10 years warranty on Anti-Leak Tank
* 8″ Cabana Rain Shower + Solid Brass Divertor

SKY PURE Water Solutions

We specialise in:
❖Water Filter (indoor/outdoor)
❖Water Purification Equipment (household/commercial)
❖Bathroom & Kitchen product (sink, faucet, mixer, shower set, mirror, water heater, bathroom accessories)
❖Sanitary Ware (WC, basin)
❖Pump System
❖Plumbing Work

We open everyday (except Selected Public Holidays) from 10am to 8.30pm

We are located at:
C-G-9, Jln PJU 1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara,
47301, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
03-78423008
skyswatersolutions@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

stevoid
Member
Posts: 5
Post Be alert!
on: October 29, 2012, 12:03

Just a word of caution. Snatch thieves and roaming the streets of Kl/PJ. Ara Damansara is no exception. Please be alert at all times!

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.427640373957635.101523.395518280503178&type=1

image
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: October 26, 2012, 04:37

I am looking for a good school with good teachers in Ara Damansara area. Teachers are important. When a teacher has the passion to teach & guide the children, she will not scold or speak in loud voice with/to children.

I know there is a school in Taipan, Ara Damansara, the teachers are not well train. The teachers scolded the children when they do not understand what the teacher is talking about? The children could be a English speaking child, and the teacher is teaching mandarin. I’ve also seen a good mandarin teacher could teach and make learning fun, but it is far from my house.

stevoid
Member
Posts: 5
Post Breach of Security
on: October 23, 2012, 13:09

I’ll be moving to Alissia soon. And just today, I heard troubling news from a colleague that her friend’s house in Atilia had been broken in 3 times this year (the last one on Friday). I find this a grave cause for concern, moving from the relatively good security of a condo. I precisely chose a gated and guarded home so that I would have a good level of security. Only to learn this. Any other horror stories that I ought to know?

gary
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Posts: 12
Post Private car school transport
on: October 23, 2012, 10:36

Dear parents,

If you are looking for transport for your kids next year to Yuk Chai school … U are welcome to check with me … Call early cos as I am driving a private car, the seats would be limited … Thanks ..

Contact person : madam Ho ( 012-5009928 )

Sof
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Posts: 1
Post Backstage Dance & Fitness Studio
on: October 16, 2012, 11:11

Hi everyone!

If you do not already know, Backstage Dance & Fitness Studio has opened in Oasis Ara Damansara (B-1-13A, Block B, Jalan PJU 1A/7 , Oasis Ara Damansara, Ara Damansara , 47301 Petaling Jaya) We’re all about helping you to see incredible results without having to spend all those hours at the gym!

Backstage combines the best of all worlds, combining elements of dance and fitness to give you long, lean muscles and a very good feeling. The classes have been specially formulated to provide a selection of exciting and varied workouts which moves seamlessly through dance and exercise. We have TRX, Zumba, Burlesque, Street Jazz, Contemporary and more.

Do check us out at http://www.facebook.com/backstagemalaysia or give us a call at 03-77343316 / 016-3379910. Hope to see you there :)

dconcern
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Posts: 1
Post Too Many Workshop in Ara Damasara
on: October 15, 2012, 05:36

Recently saw another car workshop open soon at Jalan PJU 1A/20F (previous Kampong Ayam Restaurant), dont you guys think too many workshop in this area already? Do MBPJ control the numbers of workshop in one area? i estimated abt 7 car workshop and 2 car wash and 1 car showroom in Dataran Ara Damansara alone, Taipan 2 also have more than 7. is Ara Damansara become a industrial area instead of commercial shop area?

bibi
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Posts: 2
Post Part time admin assistant wanted
on: October 1, 2012, 16:14

Hi! If you are a college student looking to earn extra money working flexible hours in Ara Damansara, please call Tammy 0129850966. Job requirement: fluent in English and BM, neat handwriting, administrative and general duties…..can tailor working hours to fit college schedule. Homemakers are welcome too…:-)

ain
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Post Re: Part-time Cleaner Wanted
on: September 28, 2012, 16:50

my office now have promotion 1 hour rm9 min 4 hour u can call me 0123165808 im from segambut….tq

ain
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Part-time Cleaner Wanted
on: September 28, 2012, 16:47

Quote from hplee on June 25, 2012, 05:24
Hi,

I am looking for hourly/part-time cleaner for my house, any good recommendation?

Thanks.

Chayey
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Posts: 10
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: September 26, 2012, 01:26

Hi Yeacat,

I sent my 3 yo to Tumble Tots at Subang Parade for Sunday classes. They have Saturday classes too if you want. The teachers there are good and my girl enjoys going to school every week. The classes are for 90 mins every week and they charge RM120 per class for 12 classes. After the 12 classes you may pay to continue or just stop. Also there are some registration fees and material fees and also uniform. But I would still recommend as I find it is a good platform for your kid to learn and play.

They have a newly opened branch in Oasis Ara Damansara but I was not overly impress, which is why I’d rather travel to Subang Parade.

yeacat
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: September 19, 2012, 16:13

Hi, anyone with opinion on Footprint or Krista ? Which is better?
I went to knowledge tree to enquire, their ratio for pre mont is quite high 12kids 2caregiver. I saw them putting kids in front of tv as part of their teaching skills which I cant agree on :(
I’ve enquire Julia & gabriel @ Citta mall which is way to expensive for play house i.e.( 2 class/week, 2 hour/session, rm2.5k !!!! for a total of 10 session. And best part is parent have to be there with the kid.

Chayey
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Posts: 10
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: September 7, 2012, 01:50

Hi There,

It has been 2 mths since the last post and 3 years since the 1st post. Any current updates or comments on the kindergarden/playschool around Ara Damansara area? Am looking around to enroll my 4yo next year. TIA.

Bert
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: September 2, 2012, 17:49

The meeting is to be held next Satrday the 8th of September

TSA
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: September 1, 2012, 04:36

hi,
i just moved in to block 2 about a month ago. i saw the notice informing about a interest group meeting on 1st saturday of every month. i went to the office around 930 and 950am this morning but i didnt see anyone in the meeting room. i wish to attend the meeting. i do not know how to contact the interest group and hence try my luck here. anyone one has the contact to any of the interest group personnel? Thanks.

aikiben
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Posts: 8
Post Re: Insufficient Street Lights- Lets make a petition
on: August 10, 2012, 08:11

Problem fixed – Thanks MBPJ

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
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Posts: 6
Post Re: Smell of open burning every evening
on: August 8, 2012, 17:37

I realised that many of our neighbours are burning dried leaves too in the evening after they sweep it up.

Irritating.

aikiben
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Posts: 8
Post Re: Part-time Cleaner Wanted
on: August 8, 2012, 07:42

Try this company- so far no problem..
but as usual ensure valuables are kept and supervision is provided to the workers.

http://www.myh2o.com.my

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: Part-time Cleaner Wanted
on: August 8, 2012, 07:42

Try this company- so far no problem..
but as usual ensure valuables are kept and supervision is provided to the workers.

http://www.myh2o.com.my

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
Member
Posts: 8
Post Community Hall in Ara
on: August 8, 2012, 07:39

Dear fellow residents,

Should we have a community centre ? I think it is high time that we should have one of our own..look at TTDI and the successfully run library.
Our community should at least have a Multi purpose hall to start off..

Are there any local politicians/ celeb who is willing to take up the course ?
I am willing to lend my helping hand..

from a plain-joe

Ben

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
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Posts: 8
Post Re: Insufficient Street Lights- Lets make a petition
on: August 8, 2012, 07:30

Finally a response from the officer to my email after calling… so..black and white still works best !
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Merujuk kepada perkara di atas.

2. Dimaklumkan aduan tuan/puan telah disalurkan kepada pihak Majlis untuk
tindakan seterusnya.Bersama-sama ini disertakan no. aduan dan butiran aduan
tuan/puan.
3. Aduan lampu taman rosak, 12-13095.

Sekian, terima kasih.

Rizal bin Abdul Rahman
b/p PAA

Unit Aduan

Maklumat Aduan

No. Aduan 12-13094 Status Belum Diambil Tindakan
Tarikh Buka 07/08/2012 Tarikh Tutup Keutamaan Kritikal
Sumber E-mel

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: Insufficient Street Lights- Lets make a petition
on: August 5, 2012, 02:52

by the way lights at 1A/26E is out..made a complain today 5th August to MPBJ, adauan hotline. Man named Shahril will be contacting the contracters..asked him when it can be fixed..he is unsure..

i urge you to call and the more ppl do that, the more urgent it will be

03-7954 2020
http://www.mbpj.gov.my/web/guest/service ( look for talian hotline)

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
Member
Posts: 8
Post Insufficient Street Lights- Lets make a petition
on: August 5, 2012, 02:51

Dear Neighbours,

As you know ARA D houses are built mainly on the concept of island-style where there are a lot of road ends, dead corners and potentially high risk areas for break in due to less traffic on the road.

Our peace and tranquility CAN be shattered by awful experiences of break ins

We should petition for more street lights.

I am staying at 1A/26 E and there are areas for improvement. AS a personal precaution I have installed sensor lights around my house but nothing beats an illuminated space constantly.

If you think your area needs more lights pls post here. WE can discuss further.

Its the best time to make our voices heard …since election is round the corner

Regards,
Ben

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

aikiben
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: What Happened To Street Lightings At Jalan PJU 1A/3
on: August 5, 2012, 02:45

HI Kaybo
Have u made a complain to MBPJ
http://www.mbpj.gov.my/web/guest/service

do it in writing and phone.. after all we all paid taxes to the local town council, they have responsibilitties
Cheers
Ben

A resident in Ara Damansara.
Works in the medical line.
A strong interest in martial arts/ self defence/ personal protection etc

petplayground
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Post Job Vacancy
on: August 1, 2012, 04:07

Do you like pet and dream to work with your favourite pets? Can imagine playing with your favourite pets everyday and get paid! Here is your chance to be a professional product advisor.
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We are a cageless pet hotel looking for individual who love pet.
Job scope – taking care of pets, arrange stock and provide advice to customer.
Training will be provided. Opportunity to learn about business operation and sales.

Located at Ara Damansara, nearby Subang Jaya

danielle_c
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Post Easy Laundry @ NZX
on: July 31, 2012, 17:25

Dear All,

Have you ever notice this said laundry in NZX?

cayden
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Smell of open burning every evening
on: July 30, 2012, 10:50

I stay near the Petronas station/Ara Green site. The irritating open burning near the Petronas for in the past week is disgusting!

takata8
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Posts: 6
Post Re: Smell of open burning every evening
on: July 30, 2012, 03:17

Yeah… me too… I noticed that since a few months ago… and the dump site? why is that site exist?

chgoh
Member
Posts: 3
Post Looking for Day Time Babysitter for New Born
on: July 27, 2012, 15:42

Hi

I am looking for babysitter in Ara Damansara area for my new born baby due in October. The service is needed by end of December 2012 or early January 2013.

It seems like quite difficult to find day time babysitter around this area especially this year.

Feel free to post any recommendation or send me the babysitter contact, if any.

Thank you in advance.

WT
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Laundry Shop Closed?
on: July 19, 2012, 04:03

We are unfortunately on the same boat. One set of bedsheet and two sweaters belonging to my wife and kid are with them. Substantially costly. Wonder how to get our stuff back.

ngyy
Member
Posts: 1
Post Laundry Shop Closed?
on: July 18, 2012, 09:15

Recently I’ve sent a pile load of laundry (and expensive ones) to the laundry shop at the same row as the coffee shop selling chicken rice and pork noodle. (near the continental car service shop also). The shop has been closed straight for 2 weeks or more now without any notice. Any of you guys got any updates or share the same fate as me?

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
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Posts: 6
Post Re: Smell of open burning every evening
on: July 15, 2012, 09:51

It’s always coming from the lala chong junction area.
I caught a snapshot of the open burning taking place while i was passing by that area this afternoon (15th July 2012)

Jalan PJU1A/20 road.

ceflara
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Post Cambridge English For Life Ara Damansara
on: July 11, 2012, 02:50

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1siang
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Post Re: Kindergarten
on: July 2, 2012, 14:41

I just found out about this forum. thanks for all who shared information, I should have read all these when i first moved in!

However, about tadika, both my own children went to tadika little footprints. My younger boy is still there. before i moved here, my kids went to home-based kindies. When i moved here to ara, I was looking for the same concept, the ‘home’ type. I too had the thinking that kindies should be at homes/corner lots etc.

I wish to share my own experience that tadika little footprints is of a different concept since it is located at shop lots. (of late i do noticed many others shoplot-tadikas mushrooming! My own nephew goes to seeds just around the corner!) My kids love the fresh concept of little footprints, you can visit the location yourself to vouch to my sharing. It is true we may not have everything, ie the garden and fresh air, but for me, i have my basic priorities met – the cleanliness (they have air purifiers on each floor!), committed teachers (i know as my kids talking abt the teachers the minute they jump into the car) and the security. My boy esp. is very comfortable there, and when they are happy, they learn well. That’s all i ask for.

Well, to supplement the fresh air and outdoor playground, if it is not too late, I bring them to playground in the evenings after school for a quick run/round of scooter. so for me, I don’t feel my kids misses the ‘real’ playground.

Hope this helps.

helen
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: July 2, 2012, 09:04

May I ask – all kindergartens are supposed to operate in a corner house, semi D or bungalow. How come Little Footprints of Fungates Systems ARA can operate in a shop lot? The reason for MBPJ & Ministry of Education to have this rule is to ensure that children will get to play outdoors, which is part of their learning.

Also, all parents should not believe everything discussed over the forum. Just like Facebook, you don’t know who is exactly on the other side. Perhaps Kindergarten operators pretending to be parents online? So, the best way is to go over to each school pyhsically and decide for yourself. After all, every year each school will be different in terms of their teachers, upgrades etc. So, its a fair world out there and no need to condemn anyone. Do your own homework. No hard and fast rule – parents. :)

mother of 1

snow
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Post Re: Smell of open burning every evening
on: June 28, 2012, 09:38

Yes, I also noticed the open burning smell. Its bad! I believe its actually that section of area near lala chong. If u noticed, there is a lot rubbish, sofa and etc. Occasionally, u will notice the left-over ashes or on-going burning. Can we complain this to MPBJ?

awelee
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Happy Nest Child Care
on: June 27, 2012, 14:40

Hi.
Our 2.5 yo girl is in Happy Nest which just opened in June this year. Very happy-looking place, clean and the teachers show a genuine love for kids. ;)
Was a bit concerned that the teachers are all VERY young, they have done their diploma but are working part-time at Happy Nest (still taking classes at Uni for degree program). Some of them (Segi students) do have experience working at other child centres and show that they know how to look after the children. It took us some convincing but our girl is happy there and has made friends. They are an infant-care centre too which means they take from newborns right up to school-going kids who want to come in the afternoon – for daycare purposes.

There is a ‘successful’ center that opened in Taman Seputeh apparently.

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Post Part-time Cleaner Wanted
on: June 25, 2012, 05:24

Hi,

I am looking for hourly/part-time cleaner for my house, any good recommendation?

Thanks.

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
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Posts: 6
Post Smell of open burning every evening
on: June 20, 2012, 16:44

Hi there, I’m surprised that no one has complained about this matter yet.

Every evening, there is sure to be the heavy presence of the smell of burning.

Without fail everyday for the past year, it’s really annoying me.
I’m forced to close my windows shut everytime the smell fills up my home.

I live around the Pelangi housing area. The smell is so bad every evening, I just can’t take it anymore.

Does anyone have any information on where the smell is sourced from?

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Traffic congestion/Queue skipping at Ara-Tropicana Exit
on: June 13, 2012, 00:35

There are many VVIPs staying there. Further down Persiaran Tropicana, there are another 2 traffic lights and the first one is basically redundant.

Back to the congestion problem, one way is to get MBPJ to install markers to avoid queue jumping. The other is to fine-tune the lights to have less time for those exiting from Tropicana. But if the tunnel is congested, giving more time to turn right won’t help much.

I normally avoid using this route during those peak hours.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

BYOBPJ
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Posts: 1
Post BYOB: Your Eco-friendly Detergent Refill Station
on: June 12, 2012, 10:25

We are a concept detergent store built on the 3R concept of Reduce, Reuse & Recycle.

We offer an extensive range of quality eco-friendly household cleaning products, all at a reduced cost – simply because you pay only for the detergent, and not the packaging.

So come visit us today… we are located in SS20 Damansara Kim (same shoplot row as Gan Minimart & EuroDeli). REUSE your plastic bottles at our refill station. You’ll be helping the environment and your wallet at the same time!

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Chayey
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Posts: 10
Post Re: Happy Nest Child Care
on: June 12, 2012, 06:51

1. Taska Happy Nest
– Call Sammy Goh 016-7761836

2. Kinderland
– Call Jo Chan 012-2277706 or Brenda 017-2838876

3. Little Footprints
– Call Josephine 016-6982270 or Jim 019-8563333

4. Knowledge Tree
– Call Val 012-2950294

5. IOP Learning/Tumble Tots
– Call Chamin 017-660 6285

Micol
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Happy Nest Child Care
on: June 12, 2012, 03:33

I’m looking for information on child care / nanny services around ara damansara too. Do you have any findings? Can share?

ooice
Member
Posts: 13
Post Re: Traffic congestion/Queue skipping at Ara-Tropicana Exit
on: June 12, 2012, 02:52

Totally agree on the point regarding left turn to Tropicana Golf. Why building a dedicated entry into the golf course, which most of the time is under utilized, than building a left turn to Persiaran Tropicana? The other thing is why having another set of traffic lights for Tropicana Golf? There are less than 5 cars most of the time coming out from the Golf course and waiting at the traffic lights, while the 99% of the traffic from all other sides have to wait and suffer? Can’t the cars from Tropicana make a left turn and U-turn at Menara Lian Hoe? Bad traffic planning? Special privilege for certain people??

lnt
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Posts: 1
Post Traffic congestion/Queue skipping at Ara-Tropicana Exit
on: June 12, 2012, 01:28

I am getting very fed up of ppl skipping queues at the Ara-Tropicana exit. There are 3 lanes there but the most left lane is an exit to the Tropicana Golf but many are using that lane to cut to the front and it makes the ppl who queue for it wait even longer!

There are a few reasons to why it’s so congested during morning hours,
1) Congested Tunnel under the NKVE highway, thus the traffic jam and ppl stucked at traffic light even if it’s green.
2) Reference to 1), some became “innovative” and tried to use the middle lane to cut into the right lane, which according to the signage that they are not suppose to do so. The signage points out that middle lane is for ppl that are going towards kota damansara.
3) Reference to 2), some became even more “creative”, use the most left lane and cut across to the most right lane, BAD MANNERS!
4) Some, because of 2) and 3), had to drive on the most left lane to get on the PERSIARAN TROPICANA road because it’s totally not moving at all.

Some suggestion (according to the numebrs above):
1) & 2) Place traffic police there. It’s getting more congested as to usual over there.
3) Could MBPJ install a barrier so if 1 drives on the most left, they would have no choice but to turn into Tropicana Golf.
3) Just give saman to those fella
4) Open a road near the TROPICANA GOLF entrance that lets ppl onto PERSIARAN TROPICANA.

1 solution that would never work due to ethnics/culture here (Pitiful and sad):
Everyone just be patient and queue where they suppose to queue…

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kaybo
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Posts: 5
Post What Happened To Street Lightings At Jalan PJU 1A/3
on: June 10, 2012, 05:00

The Street lightings along the whole stretch of Jalan PJU 1A/3 have not been functioning for days(lost count already).We have been told before that MBPJ refused to take over the street lightings from Sime-UEP due to unknown reasons.I wonder how long more the public has to suffer and who is actually responsible??????

Chayey
Member
Posts: 10
Post Happy Nest Child Care
on: June 7, 2012, 04:05

Hi, anyone with any information or esperience with Happy nest Child Care at Oasis Ara Damansara? Tried to google some info but could not find any. Any recommended child care centre around Ara Damansara? Or babysitter? Appreciate all the help and advice i can get.

Thanks in advance.

Chayey
Member
Posts: 10
Post Re: Day are for my 1year old baby
on: June 7, 2012, 03:59

Hi ciara, have you found any suitable day care or baby sitter for your baby yet?

Fenton
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Posts: 1
Post Healthy Baby Food
on: May 22, 2012, 18:54

After the cubes of pureed food have set and are frozen, take the trays out of the freezer and transfer the cubes into freezer bags. Be sure to label the bag with the date of preparation as well as the type of food. The baby food cubes should be used within a month of freezing.

______________
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cynthia.tan
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Post Dog for adoption
on: May 3, 2012, 02:53

I am assisting my friend to re-home Jake.

Jake is 4 years old, male, mix breed, black in color and medium to large size. He is found by the family when he is a stray puppy. He has good temparament and very friendly with children as grew up with 2 young kids in the family.

Reason Jake is up for adoption: My friend’s dad is unwell and he is unable to give the attention Jake needed as before.

Photos are available in: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150722499947393.394212.715337392&type=1 and http://www.petfinder.my/pets/30778/

For more info, please email to senghoe@gmail.com

PM
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Posts: 2
Post Hanter Wireless Home Alarm System
on: April 25, 2012, 09:47

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Contatct No: 03-5633 5122 / 012-388 6666
Email: peter@hanter.com.my

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Post Re: Day are for my 1year old baby
on: April 16, 2012, 10:19

I help to babysit babies. Currently babysit a 3 months old baby. Email me your HP and I will contact you. facado@gmail.com

Thanks.

ciara
Member
Posts: 1
Post Day are for my 1year old baby
on: April 13, 2012, 18:09

Hi all,

I am looking for a day care centre for my little one, 1 year and 2 months old.

Does anyone know any good day care centre in Ara Damansara area?

Thanks,

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: citta mall
on: April 2, 2012, 03:14

that sounded really bad, leeyk. we didnt have lobster so i cant comment on the taste but the prawns (Steamed) were absolutely perfect.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: citta mall
on: March 29, 2012, 12:56

My neighbour had a totally different experience at this restaurant. She was complaining the lobster tasted funny with some chemical taste, the tau fu dish was awful and worst 3 of her family members had some form of food poisoning after the meal.

I was planning to try it out this weekend but now have second thoughts.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: citta mall
on: March 29, 2012, 07:52

Been a while since anyone updated on Citta Mall. How r u finding the mall?

I visit it every weekend, bringing my daughter who just adores the pups and kitties in the pet shop. I also shop for fresh fruits in Presto along with occasional buys from their selection of imported products. For normal grocery items, I tend to get them from 99Speedmart due to the significant price difference.

I’ve also recently been to the newly opened Unique Seafood Restaurant. Its owner is the same guy who runs the Pantai Seafood Restaurant some where near Damansara Seafood Village. From the decor and the name, one can already know it does not cater for budget meals. On the plus side, the food is great. Seafood is fantastically fresh and the service is prompt. The non-Malaysian general workers are helpful but language is a barrier.

I note that the mall is attracting bigger crowds which bodes well for the continuity of the shops there. I noted some steel beams being erected on the roof which I hope is evidence that the long awaited MBO cinema is truly ‘Opening Soon’.

Next to open will probably be the Macy shop. Bubba Gump Shrimp still looks abandoned while Tutti Fruti seems to be showing some slight activities.

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: March 22, 2012, 02:02

Hello,

Is there any latest news about Ara Hill Phase 2. I heard from En. Emar that that last 90 unit should get VP buy the first week of April. Anyone heard anything different?

Storm

Kelvinfix
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Post Ara Damansara and surrounding is over crowded
on: March 15, 2012, 01:00

There are many high rise project happening at Ara Damansara and it’s surrounding. There will be another 13th floor apartment built just opposite Symphony office.

Ara Damansara is certainly overcrowded. How can we complaint to the MPPJ. Is there any action taken after the protest last year.

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Post Re: Be Alert!!!!
on: March 7, 2012, 08:46

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Post Re: Be Alert!!!!
on: March 6, 2012, 15:05

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Post cleaning and gardening
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Post Re: Be Alert!!!!
on: March 3, 2012, 05:57

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Post Plumbers Available
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Post LRT extension stations
on: February 26, 2012, 06:56

chlor593
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 22, 2012, 11:49

Quote from js on February 22, 2012, 04:30
Hi chlor593, you are not alone….. my parking lot measure 2.34m X 4.7m which is undersize……. As for the link
[url=http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arahill_residence/

]http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arahill_residence/

Hi JS,

You are very lucky already!
My undersized bay just 2.31m (pillar to pillar) then the yellow boz is 1.91m only!!!
Just wonder how to park the car…

Today my hubby went to Ara Hill and meet up Mr. Hanep.
Even Mr. Hanep shaking his head when he look at my bay.
He said he can do nothing now and phase 1 owners who having same problem as we are now asking for compensation. I think what we want not really is the compensation but a solution to our problem.

Anyway, thanks for sharing the yahoogroup link here :)

JS
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 22, 2012, 04:30

Hi chlor593, you are not alone….. my parking lot measure 2.34m X 4.7m which is undersize……. As for the link
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arahill_residence/

may
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 16:01

Gosh.. waiting for SD to release our unit already so stressful.. now i think it’s going to be more stress after we get our keys!
chlor593.. ur uncovered car park is truly a blessings in disguise! I wonder why SD sold away all their extra car parks last time if they knew about the carpark issue!!

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 14:41

I am starting to feel depressed with the purchase of an Ara Hill Unit. Is it possible to terminate this purchase and not lose a lot of money?

Storm

chlor593
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 13:57

Quote from Bert29 on February 21, 2012, 06:16
Yeah, I was in the old forum. Forgot to renew it and most of the old people moved over to Yahoo forums. The forum name is arahill_residence.

As for defects, when I moved in last time I gave them a list of over 50 defects to fix with details, pictures, expectations and expected timeline. I bombed them with about 16 printed A4 pages.

On the parking lots, its an issue as some of the lots are exactly per spec or slightly smaller by 1-2 inches. I am lucky I can park my van in mine but the location of the pillars make it difficult.

Agenda on the meetup on Sunday is on talks on how to form the JMB as well as the defects that have been brought up to SD. Will be good if you can attend.

Hi Bert,

please post the link to the yahoo group here .. I can’t find it…
I think most of us would be quite happy to join all your guys from phase 1 :)

chlor593
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 13:53

Quote from Bert29 on February 21, 2012, 06:16
Yeah, I was in the old forum. Forgot to renew it and most of the old people moved over to Yahoo forums. The forum name is arahill_residence.

As for defects, when I moved in last time I gave them a list of over 50 defects to fix with details, pictures, expectations and expected timeline. I bombed them with about 16 printed A4 pages.

On the parking lots, its an issue as some of the lots are exactly per spec or slightly smaller by 1-2 inches. I am lucky I can park my van in mine but the location of the pillars make it difficult.

Agenda on the meetup on Sunday is on talks on how to form the JMB as well as the defects that have been brought up to SD. Will be good if you can attend.

Hi Bert,

I think we phase 2 owners need your advise for how to deal with SD people effectively to push them expedite to rectify all the defects. Additionally, what are the area we should take note?
For my case, my hubby and I wrote about 14 defects and I can tell you if they can, I rather they redo the tiles as well. My timber flooring even got nail come out… Now I ask them to replace whole set kitchen cabinet… but no one reply me so far.. Can advise me regarding the kitchen cabinet stuff? Thanks!

chlor593
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 13:41

Quote from heahiong_cheng on February 19, 2012, 15:56
So the news about them releasing the units was true after all.
chlor593- when did you purchase your unit? i bought mine in may08, i heard they’ll release the units based on date of purchase(FIFO basis). Regret didnt measure my car park size during my last visit. I hope mine in block 2 will not be so bad!By looking at my s&p car park lay out at LG flr, no.38 looks ok (without pilar) but no.1 looks bad (one side facing the wall n 2 pillar on the other side.
Maybe its good for the phase 2 owners to meet up to discuss this weekend (organised by bert)even without SD representatives. Perhaps Bert should introduce yourself n let us know more about the meeting. I have so many questions to ask eg is SD paying us the liquidated damages for late handover, ways to deal with SD to settle the defects etc

Hi May, our S&P dated June 2010. I think they are releasing block 1 first.I think that is a necessary for you to measure the parking bay. My hubby contact Mr Haney today and he claimed that all parking bay has been allocated… So I am worry now is since my allocated bay is undersized, what they are planning to do ? Even pay me money can’t solve problem at all, what I need is a parking bay of which able to park my car. my undersized bay is at block 1 LG2 bay 43 (with 4 pillar somemore), as for another one is an open bay, haha that one is quite ok except is an open one but at least I can park my car! I still remember when I know one of my bay is an open one, my feeling is so bad when I signing the S&P, maybe this current situation can make me feel better a bit… ….

TSA
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 12:37

i can foresee another round of nightmare when we get the keys.
I have made noise at Sime Darby Property Facebook account and they finally replied saying they will be in contact with me to solve my specific case yesterday. Until to day, no one from them call me or email me. they just like to lie, dont they.

Keen
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 10:05

Hi all, I’m chlor593′s hubby. Finally registered and login myself. We bought the unit in 2010 July. That time went to see the house and actually nearly completed. And the sales told us supposed to be handed over during 2010 Sept!!! But I don’t know why SD drag so long to handover. Lotsa reasons & bullshit from SD.

Just to update what I got to share. For the parking bay case, phase 1 owners do have parking bay same issues and owners are requesting SD for compensation. No info about whether is resolved or not.

Made a call to this Mr/Encik Hanep, Property Manager. I mentioned to him about the parking bay issue, seems like he’s not surprised at all. He said he would call me back but… again never call back.

As for the defects,
1. Main thing is to check the timber flooring in the room. Found quite a lot of timber being soak with water and seems growing fungus but not changed before polished.
2. All the Signature Kitchen, including the Ariston hob, hood and oven. the hood was rusted and hob is looked like old one. To be aware, Master bed room wardrobe is by Signature Kitchen, but the other bed rooms are not. Kena con again.
3. Electrical Appliances that were given free in the house, air con, water heater, alarm, etc.
4. Wall Paint… the paint quality is like mixed a lot of water before they paint it up. touch it will get yourself white dust.

For me now, I really like to get IEM or BEM to strip off the professional engineer IR title who endorsed and approved the design of the whole building. Really really disappointed!!

JayT
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 06:32

Dear all

Can you all share the outcome of the meeting for those who are not able to join up this weekend.

Regards
Jay

Bert
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 06:20

Also on the kitchen cabinets, I had a lot of problems with them as well and had a lot of matches with Signature Kitchen on it. Eventually I had to talk all the way to one of the higher level bosses to resolve the issue. I am not sure if he is still here but at least he was able to resolve the issue.

Main issue was there was a lot of water damage to the panels and those had to be replaced. Also scratches on the solid surface.

Bert
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 06:16

Yeah, I was in the old forum. Forgot to renew it and most of the old people moved over to Yahoo forums. The forum name is arahill_residence.

As for defects, when I moved in last time I gave them a list of over 50 defects to fix with details, pictures, expectations and expected timeline. I bombed them with about 16 printed A4 pages.

On the parking lots, its an issue as some of the lots are exactly per spec or slightly smaller by 1-2 inches. I am lucky I can park my van in mine but the location of the pillars make it difficult.

Agenda on the meetup on Sunday is on talks on how to form the JMB as well as the defects that have been brought up to SD. Will be good if you can attend.

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 21, 2012, 00:30

Hmmm… Last Friday, Mr Emar told me their target was mid March.

Storm

ynchan
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 11:28

For whatever its worth, I spoke to Emar again today and they are still fixing the kitchen cabinets and they now have end of March as a new target completion date. I have my salt pitcher on hand.

Yewmy
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 08:40

Hi Chlor593,

Oops sorry, my car parking lot no. is 32 & 33 and not 34

JS
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 07:11

I think there is a yahoo group going on discussion on ara hill…. Anyone knows the link?

JayT
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 06:15

Dear all

I am sorry to hear that the small parking space..

I am just wondering.. do we have parking problem for block 3 & 4?

If yes, how could SD not learnt their lesson.. and still make the same mistake?

Or the parking problem is unique to Block 1 because of different layout for Bk 2, 3 and 4?

Another question is what’s the standard height for Ara Hill? It is not mentioned in SnP. How could we make sure SD does not built our unit shorter than expected?

Regards
Jason

Yewmy
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 04:33

Hi Chlor593,

Surprisingly you have received your key 2 weeks ago and I do not know how many in block 1 or 2 have received theirs. My unit is in Block 2 and I noticed that the parking lot is quite ok but unfortunately I did not really have a chance to measure it or try to park my car into it (mine is lot 33 & 34). I have viewed my unit in December and probably I am not that thorough in checking, I could not see much defects except one or 2 closet door missing. They are still fixing the last bits of the kitchen cabinet too. It is true that personnel in their CRM do not match up to their job as customer relation officers as they always try to avoid dealing with us as owners. They know that all of us are getting very frustrated and angry over the long delay in completing the project which could be one of the reason why they avoided us. Because phase 2 is the last parcel of the Ara Hill project, SD seems to have diverted all their attention to make million of ringgit in their other hot projects as you know that they don’t mind paying the owner thousand of ringgit as penalty for late delivery which is peanut to them. These small fries in the CRM would not really help to solve our problems. In my opinion, it is better for us to gang up and write a strong letter of complaint to the top executives of SD Property like their Managing Director Dato’ Abd. Wahab Maskan and their Head of Property Development En. Zulkifli Tahmall (both their names can be found in the SD Property website).

JayT
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 20, 2012, 04:08

Dear All

To those who got their keys, could you share the defects so that others would be able to check it too..

Thanks

Jay

Quote from chlor593 on February 19, 2012, 06:45
Hi all,

I am one of the owner of phase 2..
My hubby and I collected our keys and checked the defects in my house 2 weeks ago.
I use 3 pages A4 pages to note down most of the defects!!!!
I submit it to the management office 2 weeks ago and when we go to our house to inspect again yesterday and found that SD do NOTHING!!!

There are so much defects! and SD still has face write to us said they will furnish the house to our expectation! That is really unbelievable that such a big developer can hand over this kind of quality house to their customer!

What is really frustrated I is they gives me a car park lot of which my car absolutely can’t fit in at all!!! what they are think of we are !!! all of us only afford to buy a Kancil?? I can tell you is even a brand new mini can’t fit in!!! I really really don’t know what to do now!!

I hope someone here can provide us a solution.

After 2 years waiting… the house delivered to us full of defects and a car park lot can’t park my car … my hubby and I really feel exhausted and speechless to SD …

may
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 19, 2012, 15:56

So the news about them releasing the units was true after all.
chlor593- when did you purchase your unit? i bought mine in may08, i heard they’ll release the units based on date of purchase(FIFO basis). Regret didnt measure my car park size during my last visit. I hope mine in block 2 will not be so bad!By looking at my s&p car park lay out at LG flr, no.38 looks ok (without pilar) but no.1 looks bad (one side facing the wall n 2 pillar on the other side.
Maybe its good for the phase 2 owners to meet up to discuss this weekend (organised by bert)even without SD representatives. Perhaps Bert should introduce yourself n let us know more about the meeting. I have so many questions to ask eg is SD paying us the liquidated damages for late handover, ways to deal with SD to settle the defects etc

chlor593
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 19, 2012, 10:13

hehe…. I’m the husband here.

Well, anyone here is in phase 2 Block 1 units? I suggest my dear fellow owners to check your parking bays. My wife already mentioned, we can’t fit our Sonata NF into the parking bay, parking bay number 43 @ LG2. I busybody went to look around all the parking bays, only a few bays are correctly designed and sized. Most of the bays are narrow!! I hope there will be no 2 Beemers 7 series parking side by side, I can assure that you unable to open the car door!

I have checked and bought a copy of Malaysian Standards MS2426:2011 Planning & Designing for basement parking – Code of Practice. After the measurement myself, there’s no way they have built up the parking bay correctly. Anyone needs a copy of MS2426, please PM chlor593, since I already paid the stupid RM40 to gov to get this full copy, I may just share it together. I want to know who is the professional engineer who endorsed the design from the first day. I sure will complain up to IEM to take off his or her IR title.

Just read the overall discussion among all the owners here. I agreed the workmanship is not up to standard & consider not acceptable. Even the Signature Kitchen people themselves saw my unit’s kitchen cabinet, they were shaking their head. But we only can talk to Signature Kitchen project team who did the kitchen cabinet for us. sigh… The Ariston oven, hob & hood have put in position since 2 years ago.

An advise to owners who are getting the VP or keys soon, please check the defects thoroughly and bring along your S&P when checking the defects. I will tell you they are like pretending and tidak apa when they go around with you in the house while first you got the keys.

Quote from chlor593 on February 19, 2012, 06:45
Hi all,

I am one of the owner of phase 2..
My hubby and I collected our keys and checked the defects in my house 2 weeks ago.
I use 3 pages A4 pages to note down most of the defects!!!!
I submit it to the management office 2 weeks ago and when we go to our house to inspect again yesterday and found that SD do NOTHING!!!

There are so much defects! and SD still has face write to us said they will furnish the house to our expectation! That is really unbelievable that such a big developer can hand over this kind of quality house to their customer!

What is really frustrated I is they gives me a car park lot of which my car absolutely can’t fit in at all!!! what they are think of we are !!! all of us only afford to buy a Kancil?? I can tell you is even a brand new mini can’t fit in!!! I really really don’t know what to do now!!

I hope someone here can provide us a solution.

After 2 years waiting… the house delivered to us full of defects and a car park lot can’t park my car … my hubby and I really feel exhausted and speechless to SD …

TSA
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 19, 2012, 08:05

Hi all,
Still remember this guy called Henry Young from SD wrote us a letter trying to convince us that they will ensure good quality delivery? i tried to call this guy few months back and the receptionist told me he has resigned. after being cheated by SD for so many times,i will not deny the possibility that Henry Young did not exist at all.

I got a feeling that all our complaints have never reached to the top management and just stuck at Suriani’s level. As i mentioned before, I have tried to contact Suriani’s boss En. Azman mohd Soffian ( name given by Suriani but she just reluctant to give email)but her secretary kept saying he was busy with meeting and asked to refer to Emar (again, not from top management). we have been cheated and made fool by SD all these while. they are such a liar!

now looks like the car park issue has not been resolved. Suriani did tell me one of the reasons of delay end of last year was due to the changes made to improve the carpark which caused the delay to authority submission. so, what improvement have they made???? another lie?

Hi Bert,
may i know if there will be SD representative during the gathering, if yes, who are they? and are you Bert Lim who previously set up the arahillowner forum? Thanks.

regards
SA

chlor593
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Posts: 6
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 19, 2012, 06:45

Hi all,

I am one of the owner of phase 2..
My hubby and I collected our keys and checked the defects in my house 2 weeks ago.
I use 3 pages A4 pages to note down most of the defects!!!!
I submit it to the management office 2 weeks ago and when we go to our house to inspect again yesterday and found that SD do NOTHING!!!

There are so much defects! and SD still has face write to us said they will furnish the house to our expectation! That is really unbelievable that such a big developer can hand over this kind of quality house to their customer!

What is really frustrated I is they gives me a car park lot of which my car absolutely can’t fit in at all!!! what they are think of we are !!! all of us only afford to buy a Kancil?? I can tell you is even a brand new mini can’t fit in!!! I really really don’t know what to do now!!

I hope someone here can provide us a solution.

After 2 years waiting… the house delivered to us full of defects and a car park lot can’t park my car … my hubby and I really feel exhausted and speechless to SD …

LF
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 19, 2012, 06:43

Will we be able to enter to the AH multi purpose hall when we don’t even have the access card as the security guards are quite tight. May I know those that have view their units is it Block 2 or 1 ?

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 18, 2012, 12:52

Hi Bert,

What is the agenda for this gathering? Will there be representatives from SD?

Rgds,
Storm

futurearadamansarians
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 18, 2012, 01:32

Hi Bert

Are you the one who was active in the earlier Ara Hill Owner’s Forum ? If yes, what happen to the forum ?
Are you a phase 1 owner ?

Regards

Bert
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 17, 2012, 01:52

Hi guys,

There is a gathering of owners this Feb 26th from 3pm-6pm at the multi purpose hall (What used to be the showroom)

It would be good if you can join in.

As for the kitchen, the sink was from Framke, Oven was Electrolux, stove and hood will check as I can remember off hand.

may
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 16, 2012, 14:30

what a pleasant surprise! i didnt expect so many people to response. All of us are in the same predicament, as what TSA said “we must unite to push SD”. Not sure whether going to SD office to make noise will work tho! To me they’re a bunch of liar, they’re not telling us the truth even if we butt them! Any suggestions to get SD to look into our problems?
LILY: at this moment i cant recommend my interior designer to u as we yet to see their workmanship. We chose our ID fr the recent homedec expo.
Jay: even tho SD gave us kitchen cabinet by Signature Kitchen, i’ve a feeling its of the lowest quality n poor workmanship (for installion). Cant remember clearly the brand for the hood, hob n oven.. was it ariston?
My last phone call to SD was 2 weeks ago, the lady (didnt ask her name) who took my call said they already started releasing the units?? I should ask further ie which unit was release but i didnt.. maybe i was too excited n become gullible to their lies again!!
Anyway, back to our topic “to be united”.. should all of us meet one day to discuss our next action?

ynchan
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 16, 2012, 03:54

Same situation here has been waiting since their “promised” hand over date of July 2011. We too have been calling Sime Darby regularly and always get a different excuse. The latest from En Emar (03-7849 5063) is that the kitchen cabinets need to be fully replaced. The problem is – they have been telling me this for the last 4 weeks!

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 16, 2012, 00:48

Oven, Kitchen hood and hob are from Ariston.

JayT
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 17:52

Hi

I am also one of the owner. I have not seen my unit yet.

For those who actually visited, how’s the quality of the kitchen cabinet? What’s the brand of the hood, hob and oven? What brand did SD promised when we purchase any idea?

Regards
Jay

storm
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 15:16

Hi,

I am also an Ara Hill Phase 2 owner. It has been a frustrating past few months dealing with Sime Darby. Nobody seems to be able to give me an honest answer as to when they will deliver VP. Everytime I call them, they give me a different story. It is very disappointing for a reputable company to not deliver what has been promised. I definitely have lost respect for Sime Darby for not handling this project well. From the few times I have entered my unit, the leak stain in the master bedroom has not been rectified and the kitchen cabinets have not been fully fitted. It worries me that the finish product will be inferior in quality.
My husband and I were contemplating between Amaya and Ara Hill before we decided on Ara Hill. What a BIG MISTAKE!

STORM

futurearadamansarians
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 13:47

Hi, there used to be a good Ara Hill Owners forum with lots of good discussion. Suspect it was started by Phase 1 owners. It’s gone now. Anyone knows what happen ?

futurearadamansarians
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 13:37

Hi

I bought my unit in May 2008, it’s coming up to 4 years !!! Really disappointed with Sime Darby.
My friend who bought Oasis Ara Damansara much later has received their keys !!! Another friend who bought Amaya later than me has moved in some months ago !!! My other apartment purchased from small developer, delivered the unit in 25 months !

Similar experience with all of you, promise after promise. Also received a letter stating that work will be completed by Sep 2011 signed by a Henri Young !!!
I also managed to view my unit after much complain. Wooden flooring has ‘floated’ up, likely to bad installation or wet flooring ! Some of the signature kitchen cabinet skirting nearer to floor has absorbed water ! You can see water marks.
Really dont know how long more we need to wait. The least SD could do is to get us together and brief us. Anyone other suggestion where else we can escalate this to ?

Thanks

SK
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Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 08:20

I bought my unit 4 years ago. Finally, I managed to obtain permission to view our unit in Jan this year. Found out more about the problem during our visit. The unit seems fine except for some fixings and built-ins needs to be replaced. I have written a complaint letter to Sime Darby and requested them to replace the timber floor and built-ins of my unit. Equally, as frustrated as you all, but on the other hand, I hope that Sime Darby will rectify all the matters that I mentioned in the letter before the handover. I guess it will be another 2-3 months to wait.

tuttifrutti
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Posts: 2
Post The Health Benefits of Yogurt
on: February 15, 2012, 03:13

Strengthens the immune system, preventing constipation & bloating
Reduces Risk of colon cancer
Lowers blood pressure & cholestrol level
Reduces inflammation
Improves mineral absorbtion
Prevents harmful bacteria
Promotes healthy bacteria & enzyme
Low sugar, Low fat, Low calorie, High Calcium

Research Source: NCAM (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine USA.
: National Institute of Health, USA.

Tutti frutti Oasis Ara Damansara
So light….So Good…So fresh…

Frozen Yogurt. So light….So Good…so Fresh
Facebook : tutti frutti oasis ara damansara

LF
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 15, 2012, 00:33

Hi all,
I’m a new member. Just bought an unit last Dec from sub-sale. Guess my wait can’t be compared to the rest of you. anyway, any good recommendation of interior deisgner /reno? I havent have the chance to view my own unit yet.

Cheers

TSA
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 14, 2012, 14:56

Hi,
nice to hear from you two. i am one of the victims.
even though i bought my unit 2 years and 8 months ago and yet to be entitled to LAD penalty, i was totally dissapointed by the multi-delays. one of the reason i bought the unit in AH about 3 years ago was because they ‘promised’ all the units could be ready by early 2011…but as you know, they lied and lied again. i called one of their site staff, Imar (03-78496063)yesterday and again, frustrated to learn that my unit still cannot be handed over because there are some problems with the built quality. he told me due to leaking at my neighnours’ units, my flooring and cabinet are affected. end of last year they told me delay because of pending on authority approval. now, they give me another excuse. why didn’t they pick up all the defects for the past one year and they rather do things last minute. now they told me that they dare not to commit any delivery date. i tried to write emails to suriani’s boss but never reply, called him but always in the meeting, i made fuss at sime darby property facebook account and they ignored me. i think we should unite and push them to deliver. suggestion: go to their office to make noise? put more complaints on their facebook?

may
Member
Posts: 6
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 14, 2012, 07:56

So glad to hear fr u. Now i’ve someone to share my frustrations! I personally feel very mad of Sime, their ‘tidak apa’ attitude really make me sick and i no longer trust whatever promises they make! In the past, I’d called n spoken to a few people fr Sime, most of them reply ‘tak tahu’ or gave me very little info except Pn Suriani (Customer R/s Mgmt). So far i’d spoken to her 3 times (most of the time nobody answer the call) n listened to all her excuses ie ‘still waiting the approval fr mbpj’! My hubby and i went to view our unit around nov last yr, they only allow us to see our unit when we said we need to let our interior designer to get the measurements. Overall we’re quite happy with the our unit except the kithen cabinets which were not properly maintain. I guess the rest of the interior n built-ins will slowly rot too if its not properly maintain! I hope to hear more fr u.. do keep me in touch.. my email add: heahiong_cheng@yahoo.com

tuttifrutti
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Post Tutti Frutti at Oasis Ara D
on: February 14, 2012, 05:00

We are now open ! Do drop by in a hot sunny day to cool your body down.

We are located in the same row as Bank Islam & Maybank (Oasis Square): Block A-G-8, Oasis Ara Damansara, Jln PJU1A/7A, Ara Damansara, 47301 PJ, Selangor.

Business hours : Daily (Monday – Sunday) 11am – 12 midnight (Outlet Tel no : 03-7832 5765).

Valentine’s Promotion (14 Feb).
30% discount with purchase above RM20 in a single red cup…for TODAY ONLY….!!!

Other Flavours for this week:

TF Tart, Death by Chocolate, Vanilla, Royal Red Velvet, Taro, Lychee, Green Apple & Strawberry Field.

You can like us on Facebook for any updates on promotions and current flavours available at our outlet:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tutti-Frutti-Oasis-Ara-Damansara/315991975107251

Frozen Yogurt. So light….So Good…so Fresh
Facebook : tutti frutti oasis ara damansara

sercs
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Posts: 1
Post Black Puppy found in Alissia/Attilia
on: February 12, 2012, 07:21

Hi

Found a black puppy wandering around Alissia/Attilia. He’s now hanging out at the gate between the housing area and the park (the one with the waterlily).

Has a distinctive faded orange collar with the words “I love Paris”.

Will try my best to feed him, i dont have space at the moment to house him. He’s been around for the past 2 days, dont think he will go anywhere as he is quite comfortable where he is

Yewmy
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 11, 2012, 10:38

I am also a owner of a condo in ara hill phase 2. I managed to get permission to view my unit in mid-Dec 2011 after writing numerous letters & email to personnel in CRM. They are still trying to complete the kitchen cabinet at the time of my visit although all other things have been completed. Their website mentioned that key will be issued after mid-Dec 2011 was all nonsense as nothing happen so far. Sime Darby has promised many times to finish the project during the last 2 years but it appears that their words (both verbal & website) cannot be trusted anymore. I have purchased this same property for more than 4 years but it is still not completed and equally as frustrated as you do because I could not move in as well. Do you notice that other condo projects at and around the region as well as the Sime Darby commercial buildings which were built much later have already been occupied but not our phase 2 of Ara Hill.

BrightonPharmacy
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Posts: 4
Post PROMOTION on Vitamin and Health Supplement at Brighton Pharmacy
on: February 3, 2012, 04:00

Hello all residents and friends.

Various Vitamin and Health Supplements price PROMOTIONS in Store at Brighton Pharmacy…….

COME and Check them out….

See you all soon.

Brighton Pharmacy, community based Pharmacy, supporting the Pharmacy and Health needs for the residents and businesses in Ara Damansara and its surroundings.

We are located at:-
D-G-29 Jalan PJU1A/20B
Dataran Ara Damansara
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel/Fax:- +603.7831.7228
Email:- casalky@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/BrightonPharmacy

Opening hours:-
Monday – Friday :- 11.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday :- 9.30am – 3.00pm

may
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Posts: 6
Post Looking 4 Arahill Phase 2 Owners
on: February 2, 2012, 15:59

My family and I are looking forward to move into our new home in Arahill. We’re just so frustrated as we yet to receive our keys and Sime has delayed the hand over for > 8mths. We really want to chit chat with our future neighbours and get to know them…

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Female miniature schnauzer found in 1A/1D
on: January 17, 2012, 08:38

Please see poster below and contact Eileen if this is your dog.

AmySuper
Member
Posts: 1
Post Lost cat since August 2011 - Female, white with grey spots and twisted tale
on: January 8, 2012, 15:14

Appreciate if anyone has seen this cat? please reply to me here…thks

fei
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Found A Lost Beagle
on: January 3, 2012, 21:05

We just found the owner and have sent the dog back to him already. Thanks !

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Found A Lost Beagle
on: January 2, 2012, 10:37

Can you send me a pic of the beagle? leeyk888@yahoo.com

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fei
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Found A Lost Beagle
on: January 1, 2012, 20:53

I have called the owner that posted the notice, this poor dog is not theirs. Their beagle has found the way home

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Found A Lost Beagle
on: January 1, 2012, 09:59

A beagle was reported missing from a resident in Palemo. A notice is posted on the basketball court with contact info. Not sure if it’s the same beagle.

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fei
Member
Posts: 3
Post Found A Lost Beagle
on: December 31, 2011, 18:42

Found a lost tricolor beagle wandering in the playground near Palermo/Calarossa.
Female dog with a dirty yellow collar
Please contact 016-2767713

WengKK
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Posts: 12
Post Be Alert!!!!
on: December 29, 2011, 12:41

Be cautious when u decide to get services from the cards(construction/renovation work, roof leaks, painting, toilet stuck, plumbing work, etc) tht is left on your gates!
I encountered a very bad experience few days back, when I decided to call upon one of the numbers to fix a minor problem in my toilet.

I called the number, and explained to the lady who answered my call about what need to be fixed in the intention to ask about the costing. Since it was written on the card tht “ANYTIME SERVICE FREE QUOTATION”, so I thought i would just call few numbers and check out the price first. But tht lady said was, she will send her man and see whts wrong and will give the quotation. I double confirmed with her, tht I am from this particular area, and asked if their office is nearby or not(as the address was not written on the card tht they distribute at our gates, also I didnt want them to come from far, and I might not take their service), she said no problem its nearby, and its free of charge. Then after about an hour her man came, and I showed all the minor things tht needed to be fixed in my house. He gave a very high price, and the work would take time, so I told him, I will get back to him if I want his service.
But what followed next was really shocking! He turned very angry and started scolding me! Imagine, a stranger inside my house,fuming, with a look tht can win him a title for ‘Villan of the year’..I got very anxious, worried for my safety. He even refused to get out of my house, and insist that I must get his service and fix atleast one problem in my house,which he quoted few hundreds, roughly 3 times more than wht it actually cost! or else, he insisted me to pay him duit kopi RM50!!! Can u believe tht!!?? He claimed tht he travelled very far to come to my house, and I must pay him. You see how they manipulate, isnt it the company who told me tht she will send over her man? Didnt I asked her many times about the distance, and isnt she is the one who told me that the quotation is free! After alot of argument, then finally i had no choice than to take his service. But it didnt end ther, he asked me to pay RM200 so tht he could buy the things.(Take note, the truth is ther is NOTHING for him buy actually, the have all the tools to fix my toilet problem). I said no way I am going to pay him any money. Again after long argument, finally I said, I will wait and he would go and get the things and fix the problem. He promise to be back in an hour, but came back after 2 hours! He brought 2 men with him, I was so paranoid, and all ready to run away from my house of anythng goes wrong at any time. But eventually they did the work neatly. And I learnt my lesson, nothing is free in KL, and I paid for the service as well as for the scoldings!
The next time when u pick up the cards at your gates and decide to call for their service, remember the moment they are at your doorstep, the charges starts.
This is the company’s name: ****** Engineering Construction & Renovation.(If u are interested to know the name, i will email u privately) but I believe all other companies are also the same!
Its safer to get contact through your friends, it might not reduce the price, but atleast you will feel safer and its more reliable than dealing with some strangers in your house with fear!

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Dog found near PJU 1A/20 / 1A/20a
on: December 28, 2011, 00:57

Friendly male dog with golden fur found wandering at the roads between Seri Pilmoor and the Dataran Ara shops (PJU 1A/20 and 1A/20A) on 26th Dec 2011 around 3pm. Did not have collar when picked up (collar in later pic given by rescuer). Neutered with distinctive blue tongue. If this is your dog, please contact Eileen at 019-3203875.

When first found

In foster home after being picked up from groomer’s

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Chinese New Year Cookies
on: December 27, 2011, 21:19

Delicious home made Chinese New Year cookies are now available. These 4 most popular variety are currently available:

1) Love letters
2) Love letters with sesame seed
3) Prawn muruku
4. Oatmeal raisin cookies

Reasonably priced.

Please call Jessie 016-3689373 if interested.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

stephen_ksf
Member
Posts: 1
Post Pun Chun Noodle House NOW in Ara Damansara
on: December 15, 2011, 09:06

Dear Residents,

Bidor’s famous Pun Chun is now in Ara Damansara.

Please do come visit us for our duck drumstick & wan ton mee.

Our address is H-G-21, block H, jalan PJU 1A/3, Taipan 2 Damansara, Ara Damansara.

Or visit our blog for more information

http://punchun.blogspot.com/?m=1

Ayra_N
Member
Posts: 1
Post Nursery / daycare / babysitter
on: December 14, 2011, 15:35

Hi,

Anyone have contacts for the above mentioned in ara damansara area. Thanks :)

-
Member
Posts: 1
Post transporter to SMJK Katholik
on: December 9, 2011, 13:02

Hello,

I am looking for a transporter to SMJK Katholik (afternoon school) next year.

Pls let me know if any of you got the contact.

Thanks a lot.

SkyPure
Member
Posts: 6
Post Welcome to visit us
on: December 8, 2011, 13:25

http://maps.google.com.my/maps/place?cid=7745395770694405200&q=dataran+ara+damansara&hl=en&ved=0CGoQ-gswBw&sa=X&ei=mkjgTrfyG4i6kgXix_nmBA

Welcome to visit us:
SKY PURE Water Solutions
C-G-9, JALAN PJU 1A/20B, DATARAN ARA DAMANSARA, 47301 PETALING JAYA, SELANGOR
03-7842 3008 ?

We Specialise in:
*Water Filter
*Water Purification Equipment
*Pump System
*Sanitary Ware
*Plumbing

your One Stop water solutions provider !

SkyPure
Member
Posts: 6
Post Water Filter & Sanitary Ware
on: December 8, 2011, 10:54

We Specialise in:
*Water Filter
*Water Purification Equipment
*Pump System
*Sanitary Ware
*Plumbing

Welcome to visit us at:
C-G-9. Ground Floor, Jln PJU1A/20B,
Dataran Ara Damansara, 47301 PJ
(Near DoReMi Mini Food Court)
Tel: 03-78423008

http://www.facebook.com/skypurewater

your One Stop water solutions provider !

SkyPure
Member
Posts: 6
Post Plumbers Available
on: December 8, 2011, 10:43

We are here to help with all your plumbing needs. We have a reliable, professional plumber available every time you call.

SkyPure Plumbers are at your service !

Call Today 03-78423008 or 016-2226088 (Sky Lim)

Add: C-G-9,Ground Floor, Jln PJU1A/20B, Dataran Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya
(Near DoReMi Mini Food Court)

your One Stop water solutions provider !

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post STOLEN SHETLAND SHEEPDOG - [FOUND]
on: December 7, 2011, 13:39

[EDIT: Found, thanks to all who spread the word!]

Our beloved Ozzy was stolen last night (06 Dec 2011) between 6.30-8.00pm from my boyfriend’s residence in Damansara Jaya. We are appealing to the public to keep an eye out for him, any info and help would be greatly appreciated. Big reward given for his safe return.

cheesan
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Baby Sitter Wanted In Nov 2010
on: December 1, 2011, 15:56

wengkk: i need temporary daycare for my twin girls mid dec. Will you be able to do it?

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Security in Old Phase Ara Damansara
on: November 18, 2011, 11:42

A few months weeks back, a resident has organized a meeting to discuss a plan to fence up Embun, Bayu, Pelangi, Mutiara and Claremont. I don’t know how the meeting went but hearing no further news, my suspicion is there are lots of challenges.

A similar initiative was also taken by a resident to fence up Palemo, Calarosa, Chelmsford and to link up with Berkeley (which is already fenced). Again, there are more disagreements than expected so it has gone into hibernation.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

snow
Member
Posts: 2
Post Security in Old Phase Ara Damansara
on: November 17, 2011, 12:05

I had noticed recently that every part of Ara Dmsr had follow the footstep of Alissia & Atilia to set up a GnG system. Its actually a good approach. However, it seems to open the flood-gate to the old phases as that is the only area which is not GnG. If I am a thief, I would definitely target that area?

I am wondering whether there is any initiative set up to GnG that area. Its actually easier to GnG that area compare to other part of Ara Dmsr as there is an obvious 1 single entry and exit.

If there is, do share here!!! :)

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: November 16, 2011, 12:04

Peter & Jane at Crimson condominium.Handled by experienced and professional elderly couples! Good one! Others are all lousy!

HC
Member
Posts: 1
Post TRANSPORTER TO SMK DJ NEEDED
on: November 9, 2011, 11:06

Hi,

Am looking for a transporter to SMK DJ next year.

Pls let me know should any of you has the contact.

Alternatively, if you are providing such service, pls contact me @ 012 2185066.

Thanks

ayie
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Kitchen cabinet N Renovation
on: November 9, 2011, 09:43

Ms. C
Member
Posts: 9
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: November 4, 2011, 15:39

Hello,

I have a 17 months daughter(at present)whom I would like to enrol in a playschool next year Jan 2012. Can anyone recommend a playschool that emphasizes dancing/singing activities in Ara Damansara?

Thanks.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Transportation Available
on: November 4, 2011, 08:58

For those who require transportation to schools in Bandar Utama (BU1, BU2, BU3 or Bu4) or to primary school at SRJK (C) Damansara (opposite Riana Green Condos), transportation is also available.

Please call Jessy 016-368-9373.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Kedai Kaki Lelong™
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Opening of New Warehouse full of New and used Hotel, Office, Restaurant items and Home Decorations
on: November 3, 2011, 15:38

Narumi Plates from Japan on sale at Kedai Kaki Lelong™ now.

Just purchased from a 5-star Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, we are offering this very high quality Narumi™ “Bone China” at a ridiculous low price. Where retail you pay hundreds, if not thousands, of Ringgits for a set, at Kedai Kaki Lelong™ you pay for example RM 15.00 or RM 20.00 (small and big) for a dinner plate.

We have stock, so no worries if you want to upscale your complete restaurant.
We have all types of presentation plates up to 50cm, cups, teapots, bowls, etc.

Hurry, before its is sold out; first come, first serve!
(Items are sold in Section 19 Warehouse, Petaling Jaya).
For directions and information, go to http://www.kedaikakilelong.com/

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ is a registered trademark of KKL Trading Sdn Bhd. Tel. (03) 7957 5942, Fax (03) 7954 5942, Email info@kkltrading.com

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Transportation Available
on: November 2, 2011, 09:38

Hi,

Auntie Hoh provides transportation service from Ara to Yuk Chai and some Kindergarten in Ara.

If you are looking for transporter for 2012, pls contact her at 012-500 9928.

ayie
Member
Posts: 2
Post Kitchen cabinet N Renovation
on: October 31, 2011, 22:13

Kitchen cabinet & Wardrobe promotion.
Sliding wardrobe with anti jump full height RM300 per foot run
Kitchen Cabinet melamine alum. frame Base cabinet RM150 per foot run
Kitchen cabinet melamine alum frame Wall cabinet RM120 per foot run
Tv cabinet with back panel RM280 per foot run
For another item quotation you can give me the design or floor plan to calculate.

Contact me Azri 0123599556 or email mohammad-azri@hotmail.com
Tq.
Cover Area : Selangor, KL, N9

web:my webpage

jalarcon
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Eletrical and Air-cond Contractor
on: October 23, 2011, 00:54

I would ask for references before deciding to hire any electrical contractor. Get those reference contact information and contact them to learn what their experience have been with that contractor. It’s far better to be safe than sorry.

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jalarcon
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Is Ara Damansara still safe?
on: October 23, 2011, 00:46

It’s not safe on matter where you are with police or without it. Often the knowing that police are close by gives people a false sense of security; so when some “bad guy” shows up, the victims are caught unguarded.

lfcmac
Member
Posts: 1
Post Yoga Workshop (To Avoid Knee and Back Pains)
on: October 13, 2011, 02:50

Please call Mrs Chow at 012-2306881 for further enquiries.

seethoe
Member
Posts: 9
Post Ara Damansara Protest
on: October 8, 2011, 15:53

Some photos of the protest this morning…good turn out and hope more will join for future…






leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Traffic Signalized Junction With Hidden Danger At Jln PJU 1A/1 &1A/3.
on: October 3, 2011, 19:37

Met our councillor, En. Kairul yesterday, told him about the problem with the traffic light and that MBPJ’s inaction. He said he will take up the matter.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

kaybo
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Traffic Signalized Junction With Hidden Danger At Jln PJU 1A/1 &1A/3.
on: September 25, 2011, 22:06

The MBPJ officer in charge is Rogayah Binti Abu Bakar,Jabatan Kejuruteraan,MBPJ.Her mobil phone no is 0192624481.This info was given by MBPJ e-aduan acknowledgement system when e-aduan was made on 29/08/2011.The aduan No given was 11-13141.

Fabian
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Traffic Signalized Junction With Hidden Danger At Jln PJU 1A/1 &1A/3.
on: September 23, 2011, 14:03

Has anyone tried making calls to MBPJ again to report on this matter?
They seems negative in responding in action!! :(

riz
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Dana 1 new prime tenant?
on: September 15, 2011, 11:36

does it mean that Dana 1 will have no banks..?
The occupancy still seems rather low here…. hopefully more offices come in soon..

Profesional Engineer registered with BEM currently employed by International Oil & Gas company in Middle Asia.

BrightonPharmacy
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Brighton Pharmacy OPEN in Dataran Ara Damansara
on: September 13, 2011, 11:17

Brighton Pharmacy will be hosting a Health Screening by Blood Test on

Oct 8th between 9.30 till 11.30.

Conducted by BioChoice Healthcare.

Registered Phlebotomist will be present to assist.

Come in an make an appointment, to avoid disappointment…

See you soon….

Quote from BrightonPharmacy on September 8, 2011, 12:31
Come visit us…..

We currently have promotions on Shower gel Refill packs and also Mamypoko nappies ….

Also, we have a Resident Pharmacist who’s ever ready to assist…

Look forward to your visit…

Brighton Pharmacy, community based Pharmacy, supporting the Pharmacy and Health needs for the residents and businesses in Ara Damansara and its surroundings.

We are located at:-
D-G-29 Jalan PJU1A/20B
Dataran Ara Damansara
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel/Fax:- +603.7831.7228
Email:- casalky@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/BrightonPharmacy

Opening hours:-
Monday – Friday :- 11.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday :- 9.30am – 3.00pm

cheesan
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: September 12, 2011, 19:44

I’m looking for one cause would want to send my girls next year. Anybody got feedback from little footprint? my friend told me the teacher who show her the place, spoke broken english. I came from chinese background and my english still bad cause I didnt have a good basic. I’m looking for a place which can teach my girls cause I can’t.

Been to Vital years, quite like it. Only thing is situated at dataran ara which is always so congested. Didnt like kinderland cause saw maid accompany kids to watch barney! my maid can do that for me…

Saw bad review of knowlegde tree which is in 2009, anyone know how’s the school now?

cheesan
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Dana 1 new prime tenant?
on: September 12, 2011, 19:30

Maybank just open in Oasis Ara Damansara at Sime Darby Property!! this really save me a lot of travelling time :)

BrightonPharmacy
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: Brighton Pharmacy OPEN in Dataran Ara Damansara
on: September 8, 2011, 12:31

Come visit us…..

We currently have promotions on Shower gel Refill packs and also Mamypoko nappies ….

Also, we have a Resident Pharmacist who’s ever ready to assist…

Look forward to your visit…

Brighton Pharmacy, community based Pharmacy, supporting the Pharmacy and Health needs for the residents and businesses in Ara Damansara and its surroundings.

We are located at:-
D-G-29 Jalan PJU1A/20B
Dataran Ara Damansara
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel/Fax:- +603.7831.7228
Email:- casalky@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/BrightonPharmacy

Opening hours:-
Monday – Friday :- 11.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday :- 9.30am – 3.00pm

snotty
Member
Posts: 1
Post LOST CAT :(
on: September 1, 2011, 21:45

We’ve lost our Mr Man, Snotty!! He’s a dark, spotted neutered male Bengal cat. He is dearly missed in the house. Last seen in front of our place in Casarina. Let us know if u’ve spotted our man at 017-3721758. Thanks heaps.

kaybo
Member
Posts: 5
Post Traffic Signalized Junction With Hidden Danger At Jln PJU 1A/1 &1A/3.
on: August 29, 2011, 17:16

Hi Dear All
The traffic signalised junction at Jln PJU 1A/1 &Jln PJU 1A/3 has been working on a technically faulty basis for months now even though the matter has been reported to MBPJ long ago.This technical fault which may be dangerous to road users is:
The traffic signal light change from green to red suddenly without first displaying an amber light as a warning to cars approaching the junction.
I wonder why MBPJ failed to fix up the problem till now even report has been made.Well perhaps they cannot notice and understand the technical fault!

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: inconsiderate neighbours
on: August 27, 2011, 16:08

I have one malay neighbour in Bayu neighbourhood, with no common sense! He modified his car’s engine, into some turbo kind, which makes real loud and irritating sound!! Not tht he comes back on time, but always comes in the wee hours and disturb other people’s sleep! Stupid people will never learn! I hope one day his car will get stolen!

cutevb
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: August 25, 2011, 10:37

i walked around from my side to ur semiD area… still no shadow of him… sigh….

i’ll continue again later… :( (

Anyone, please call me wen u spot this dog… would appreciate if you could keep d dog for me instead of letting him wondering around….

thanks so muchhhh!!!

cutevb
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Posts: 3
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: August 24, 2011, 23:22

could you please do me a favor? help me to keep an eye on ur area for this beagle.
i will continue my search tomorrow morning. it’s dark now, bit hard to see around… :(

thanks yea….

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: August 24, 2011, 22:14

I spotted a beagle walking along 1A/29 inside Semi-D compound around 6.45pm today. I was a little surprised as I have not seen this dog before. He may be your dog.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

cutevb
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: August 24, 2011, 19:40

Lost male Beagle Tricolor. He was wearing metal choker.

Ran out of house through rubbish door at PJU1A/26 area around afternoon time (when rubbish truck came to collect rubbish)today 24/08/11.

If found please call Verginia 016-328 4660.

Further description:

1. he is an 10-yr old male beagle
2. has cripple ear
3. has hind legs problem.

Would appreciate alot if you all can help.

Thanks!

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Lim
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Post Re: inconsiderate neighbours
on: August 22, 2011, 10:55

1A/3x also has one inconsiderate neighbour. Whenever he reaches home, he will start honking until his maid came out to open the gate regardless what time. Pls stop doing this and please open the gate yourself. Your honking “style” is disturbing the neighbourhood.

Jame
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: inconsiderate neighbours
on: August 22, 2011, 00:34

I hv a prob with the neighbor which he always park his car in other ppl parking and cause deeply inconvenient to the neighbors around that area. Selfish and never park properly. The parking suppose can park 2 vehicle and he park his vehicke in the middle which cause others not able to park. He is driving a blue Audi. brown old audi and hilux. All the neighborhood at that area is not happy and depress with his attitude. If ara damansara is a so call good community, reminder should be given to them but unfortunately the committee is sleeping.. complaint has been made and no actions taken. sad to know that this happen in a so call healthy and happy neighborhood.. this problem happen in Jalan PJU1A/1G. If any committee so happen see this, please awake and do something!

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Used-to-be Lembah Subang Dumpsite
on: August 19, 2011, 21:42

I am amazed by the mountain of rubbish there. The good thing is they are excavating to the bottom so it should be safe to put up the high rise unlike Idaman where the rubbish are probably still under their houses.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

ooice
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Posts: 13
Post Used-to-be Lembah Subang Dumpsite
on: August 17, 2011, 06:41

http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=%2F2011%2F8%2F16%2Flifefocus%2F9287895&sec=lifefocus

zerol
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Posts: 1
Post Masjid / Surau
on: August 12, 2011, 12:42

Salam / Greetings,

Just wondering, other than the masjid / surau at:

1) the appartments Seri Meranti / Seri Ara at Jalan PJU 1A/5,
2) the flats at Jalan Lembah Subang,
3) Kelana Idaman, Jalan PJU 1A/4A,
4) masjid SAAS Subang Airport (near the big roundabout),

is there any more that is no stated here in Ara Damansara?

Thanks.

-ZAIRUL-

sulimc
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Posts: 8
Post Re: FAULTY Traffic Lights and Lamp Post
on: August 12, 2011, 09:31

Hi,
We can all do our part by calling the MBPJ hotline at 03-79542020 (24 hours). There is also a page where we can submit complaints online: http://eps.mbpj.gov.my/index.aspx

I called them about the traffic lights at Ler on 10 Aug. It seems someone already reported and this morning, 12 Aug, the traffic lights are working again.

Cheers!

Quote from fabicia08 on August 11, 2011, 12:35
Dear All,

I guess most of us, who are living in Ara Damansara would take the entrance from Saujana Resort (via Lembah Subang), but have you guys noticed lately on the faulty traffic lights and lamp post at the following sites:

1. Faulty Traffic Lights – Below Saujana Resort Overhead Bridge
> Most of the time you would’ve noticed the faulty traffic lights here and even the inaccurate timer for “Green” lights. Seems you would only get a few cars passed the green lights.
> I reckon something needs to be done to adjust the timer on the traffic lights.

2. Faulty Traffic Lights – At the junction (intersection) of Seafood Ler Restaurant & Empty Land
> Lately the traffic lights have been giving a lot of problem, causing accidents at the cross-road where we have cars coming from 4 directions. Adding on to the accident problems are the faulty lamp posts at that junction area which makes the vision worse, especially late at night.

3. Faulty Lamp Posts – Along Jalan PJU1A/20, close to the junction and empty land

4. Faulty Lamp Posts – Below Saujana Resort Overhead Bridge, along Oasis and towards Taipan 2

How are we able to address this issue?
Is there a hotline number that we can lodge the complain to?

I don’t see anything being done to put a fix to the above mentioned issues, after so many days.

Feel free to reply to this post/topic.

Cheers,
Fabian
0166668381

Fabian
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Posts: 2
Post FAULTY Traffic Lights and Lamp Post
on: August 11, 2011, 12:35

Dear All,

I guess most of us, who are living in Ara Damansara would take the entrance from Saujana Resort (via Lembah Subang), but have you guys noticed lately on the faulty traffic lights and lamp post at the following sites:

1. Faulty Traffic Lights – Below Saujana Resort Overhead Bridge
> Most of the time you would’ve noticed the faulty traffic lights here and even the inaccurate timer for “Green” lights. Seems you would only get a few cars passed the green lights.
> I reckon something needs to be done to adjust the timer on the traffic lights.

2. Faulty Traffic Lights – At the junction (intersection) of Seafood Ler Restaurant & Empty Land
> Lately the traffic lights have been giving a lot of problem, causing accidents at the cross-road where we have cars coming from 4 directions. Adding on to the accident problems are the faulty lamp posts at that junction area which makes the vision worse, especially late at night.

3. Faulty Lamp Posts – Along Jalan PJU1A/20, close to the junction and empty land

4. Faulty Lamp Posts – Below Saujana Resort Overhead Bridge, along Oasis and towards Taipan 2

How are we able to address this issue?
Is there a hotline number that we can lodge the complain to?

I don’t see anything being done to put a fix to the above mentioned issues, after so many days.

Feel free to reply to this post/topic.

Cheers,
Fabian
0166668381

Rina
Member
Posts: 7
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: August 11, 2011, 00:35

Hi Chayey,

The maids are ok – can clean and iron. Pretty friendly too. Mr Liow will also notify if the maids will be late, which is very helpful.

Hope that helps :)

Rina
Member
Posts: 7
Post Re: Brighton Pharmacy OPEN in Dataran Ara Damansara
on: August 11, 2011, 00:31

Good to hear! I dropped by last Sat, too bad it was not opened yet.

araka1
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Is Ara Damansara still safe?
on: August 10, 2011, 22:29

Hi Mandy and LeeYK

Thanks for your concern. Other than being traumatized and a few skin-level wounds, we’re ok. :)

Yes, it was quite scary and should not have come down. Police report was lodged immediately at our balai which is just opposite the place where the incident had happened, and then had to go to Kelana police station for follow up with the Inspector. Not expecting much after this but need to do the right thing to lodge the report.

Take care.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Is Ara Damansara still safe?
on: August 10, 2011, 10:38

Hi, Sorry to read about your carjacking incident. It’s fortunate that you were not hurt and I must say you are brave to fight them off. Most of us would have just panic or paralyzed. Some months back, there was a similar incident when a car was followed but the owner managed to ‘escape’ driving into the guarded community. Also a second incident which the owner suspected being followed and she did not return home immediately but drove around the neighbourhood.

Such incidents can happen anywhere, not just our area. I have heard of carjacking at the busy LDP at daylight. Nothing much you can do when you are blocked and the other party has a parang.

We just have to be on the alert at all times. Easier said than done as it’s natural reaction to come down to do an inspection. If we get a slight hint something is not right, get back into the car and speed off.

Not sure if you made a police report. Many of us won’t bother since the event is over and we know they probably won’t or can’t do anything. Still, I think we should report it so that there is a record.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Allan
Member
Posts: 1
Post no action by mbpj
on: August 10, 2011, 10:17

Hi friends,

I hope all of us send them individual message based on the report no.
to check on the status..as till now no action.

Tks.

Gunalan

to aduan@mbpj.gov.my,
aduan@sel.jkr.gov.my
date 21 June 2011 00:38
subject Jalan Berlubang ( 21hb Jun 2011 )
mailed-by gmail.com

hide details 21 Jun

Tuan / Puan,

Saya ingin membawa perhatian pihak Majlis kepada beberapa Kawasan Jalan Berlubang di sekitar kawasan Ara damansara Petaling Jaya.

1. Jalan PJU 1a/3, Jalan Menuju ke Lembah Subang berdekatan dengan lampu Trafik.
2. Jalan Lapangan terbang subang, dari arah petaling Jaya, lebik kurang 100 meter sebelum ( Lampu Trafik )belok kiri ke hyatt Saujana Hotel.

Saya juga telah sertakan peta untuk rujukan tuan.

Terima Kasih.

Yang Ikhlas,

Gunalan
H/p: 012.377 4881
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cc norariah@mbpj.gov.my
date 21 June 2011 10:56
subject Re: Jalan Berlubang ( 21hb Jun 2011 )
Important mainly because it was sent directly to you.

hide details 21 Jun

Tuan,
Merujuk kepada perkara di atas.
2. Dimaklumkan aduan tuan telah dipanjangkan kepada pihak Jabatan
Kejuruteraan untuk tindakan. Bersama-sama ini disertakan no. aduan dan
butiran aduan tuan.
Terima kasih.
Rizal bin Abdul Rahman
b/p PAA
Unit Aduan
Maklumat Aduan

No. Aduan
11-09489
Status
Belum Diambil Tindakan

Tarikh Buka
21/06/2011
Tarikh Tutup

Keutamaan
Kritikal
Sumber
E-mel

No.Rujukan Surat

Penerima
rizal

Perkara
Jalan Rosak

Keterangan
Saya ingin membawa perhatian pihak Majlis kepada beberapa Kawasan Jalan
Berlubang di sekitar kawasan Ara damansara Petaling Jaya. 1. Jalan PJU
1A/3, Jalan Menuju ke Lembah Subang berdekatan dengan lampu trafik. 2.
Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang, dari arah Petaling Jaya, lebih kurang 100
meter sebelum ( Lampu Trafik )belok kiri ke Hyatt Saujana Hotel .

Hantar ke Organisasi Luar

Organisasi Luar

Mandy
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Is Ara Damansara still safe?
on: August 9, 2011, 17:48

I hope you & your family are ok. What a terrible thing to happen to you and both within such a short time. I hope the police are doing something about this. I’m inclined to think that it can only get worse with more outsiders coming in, more through roads, more development, etc.

araka1
Member
Posts: 2
Post Is Ara Damansara still safe?
on: August 8, 2011, 23:58

Hi neighbours and friends

I was almost car-jacked on 29th July (Friday) in front of Sri-Pilmoor construction, next to the park, before reaching Atilia/ Alissia. A dark coloured Honda Civic knocked my Honda Accord from the back at about 1015 pm, after returning from Dr Patrick’s clinic. When I was at the rear of my car checking the damage, 2 Indians bashed me up with fists and a metal rod. Thank God that I was not hurt badly. I fought back because my 5-year old child was sitting in the car when they attempted to get into it. They retreated thereafter and I lodged a police report. Please be very aware of your surroundings even if it is really just outside our home.

2nd incident happened at Do re mi yesterday (7th July) at about 930 am. My brother in law, and 3 other relatives – including a 70+ year old man and elderly lady, were having curry mee there. Suddenly, unprovoked attack by a group of people. Seems they have been drinking beer there since 7+ am according to the hawkers there. They turned tables and turned their fists upon my relatives. And we were told that this is already the 2nd incident within the same morning! Accordingly, there was another incident after my relatives left, which broke the glass of the chicken rice stall.

What is happening to our dear Ara? My family is feeling so insecure that even at our doorstep and neighbourhood kopitiam, this is happening? Any other incidents that you are aware of? Perhaps we can compile and submit to Sime Darby folks for their attention to our “safe city” that has been so heavily promoted?

BrightonPharmacy
Member
Posts: 4
Post Brighton Pharmacy OPEN in Dataran Ara Damansara
on: August 8, 2011, 00:09

Dear residents,

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves, we are:-

Brighton Pharmacy is a community based Pharmacy, supporting the Pharmacy and Health needs for the residents and businesses in Ara Damansara and its surroundings.

We are located in the heart of Dataran Ara Damansara, in the vicinity of DoReMi food court, Tatadi Restaurant and 7Eleven.

Please do drop by and visit us…..

Best regards
Adrian
Store Pharmacist

Brighton Pharmacy, community based Pharmacy, supporting the Pharmacy and Health needs for the residents and businesses in Ara Damansara and its surroundings.

We are located at:-
D-G-29 Jalan PJU1A/20B
Dataran Ara Damansara
47301 Petaling Jaya
Tel/Fax:- +603.7831.7228
Email:- casalky@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/BrightonPharmacy

Opening hours:-
Monday – Friday :- 11.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday :- 9.30am – 3.00pm

Chayey
Member
Posts: 10
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: August 1, 2011, 13:50

Hi Rina & miumiu138,

Have u both tried Mr Liow’s maid services? Were they ok and up to ur expectation?

Kedai Kaki Lelong™
Member
Posts: 5
Post Opening of New Warehouse full of New and used Hotel, Office, Restaurant items and Home Decorations
on: July 29, 2011, 15:51

In the Parking Basement of the NXZ-complex, Kedai Kaki Lelong™ re-opened their warehouse full of new and used Hotel, Restaurant Office Furniture and equipment and Home decorations. 460,000 sq.ft. full of 5-star items at a very low price for you to purchase. Go and pay them a visit. For sure, it will be worth it.

They used to run a warehouse in D’Aman Ria before in the carpark of the HIS-Church and now moved to a bigger place just around the corner.
For directions, visit their website at http://www.kkltrading.com/ara-damansara.html

The full address is:
Basement Car Park, Pusat Dagangan NZX, No 2, Jalan PJU 1A/41B, 47301 Petaling Jaya

This is what their website tells us:

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ warehouses are packed, stacked and cramped with an ever-changing inventory of quality new and used, second hand furniture, furniture, office and restaurant furniture, stainless steel kitchen equipment, home decorations, crockery and utensils at closeout prices. We bargain with makers of brand new furniture, restaurant owners, hotel managers, customs, insurance companies and government and private auctioneers from around the world for the best deals possible.

With the belief that living shouldn’t cost too much, they accept only the lowest price so Kedai Kaki Lelong™ can pass the savings on to you. Established in Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya in 1995, the company sold everything from shoes to stoves and office furniture to kitchen equipment. In 2003, Warehouse Sales burst onto the scene with the start of the warehouse in Kelana Jaya with over 100,000 sq.ft. of used and auctioned items. Over the years, Kedai Kaki Lelong™ focused on closeouts and overstocks and then special order and mainstream lines of furnishings and company closeouts and renovations.

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ opened their second and third warehouse in Section 19, Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam and is expending rapidly. In a world where big box retailers offer all the same styles and looks with inflated prices, Kedai Kaki Lelong offers cut down prices on real time furniture and hotel, company and restaurant items. Dress up your home or business for much, much less…. visit Kedai Kaki Lelong™ in one of the warehouses now!

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ is a registered trademark of KKL Trading Sdn Bhd. Tel. (03) 7957 5942, Fax (03) 7954 5942, Email info@kkltrading.com

ramz
Member
Posts: 10
Post Persatuan Penduduk Palemo Ara Damansara - Resident Circular Resolution
on: July 25, 2011, 07:42

Dear fellow Palemo residents,

On behalf of the Committee of the Palemo Residents Association, and pursuant to the Annual General Meeting of the Association held on 27 March 2011, enclosed herewith is a copy of the Residents Circular Resolution which was prepared by the Committee members seeking to poll residents of Palemo for their consent, approval and contribution for the following matters:
1. Increase in monthly security charges/residents monthly contribution.
2. Proposal to implement Auto-barrier gate system with access card.
3. Proposal to fence/hedge the surroundings of Palemo.

The Committee would appreciate it very much if all residents read the attached Residents Circular Resolution to get an understanding of the matters being polled and for your consent, approval and contribution on them. With regards to item no.1 above, please take into consideration that should there be insufficient number of residents agreeing to the increased rates, the Committee have no option but to STOP the security services.

You may opt to print out the said Circular and complete them or you can wait for some of the Committee members to come to your house to hand-over a copy for your immediate signature. All these forms will be collated and the results of the poll will be published via a Residents Circular Notice for the benefit of ALL Palemo residents.

Thanks & best regards.

For and on behalf
Persatuan Penduduk Palemo Ara Damansara
remesh kumar natesan
Treasurer

PS. Please refer to your email for the Circular.

miumiu138
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: July 23, 2011, 11:37

Hi all, I’m new here.
Thanks for sharing Mr Liow’s number.
I’ve contacted him, as mentioned his maids are more flexible. Most important his maids work during evening or night, which more suitable for working couple :)

Bubbly
Member
Posts: 2
Post Converse in Sanskrit ?
on: July 21, 2011, 00:33

Spoken Sanskrit Class

The Sanskrit language contains the world’s largest collection of ancient literatures on philosophy, logics, theology, medicine, astronomy, mathematics, science, politics, music and many others. Most importantly Sanskrit language is the treasure house of the timeless spiritual wisdom. Today Sanskrit is not only studied by researchers and scholars but has again become a spoken language for thousands of people all around the world. Many learn Sanskrit to:

• Enjoy reading the spiritual dialogue of the Bhagavad Gita or for the great epics like the Mahabharata. Knowledge of Sanskrit opens up a rich world of literary masterpiece and beauty such as the works of Kalidasa, Bhana and many others.
• Gain the therapeutic effects of Sanskrit words on the brain and other meditational and health benefits.
• Improves ability to learn and pronounce other languages easily.
• Get in touch with the great cultural and art heritage of India and Asia.
• Access the great scientific heritage of the classical world. Sanskrit is the best language to describe all aspects of human life from the most abstract philosophical to the latest scientific discoveries, hinting at further developments. Principles and concepts from Sanskrit literature has long influenced the development of modern science and continue to play an important role.
• Explore the spiritual traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
• Simply seek the joy of learning one of the most ancient and the most perfect language in the world!

NASA, California says “Sanskrit and computers are a perfect fit. The precision play of Sanskrit with computer tools will awaken the capacity in human beings to utilize their innate higher mental faculty with a momentum that would inevitably transform the mind.”

This is a rare opportunity for you to learn to speak, read and write in Sanskrit. No prior knowledge in Sanskrit is required.

Day : Every Sunday
Time : 10.00am – 11.00am
Time : 3rd Floor, 5C, Jalan SG 3/17, Taman Sri Gombak,
68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia.
Fee : Donation basis

Contact Person for Enquiry: Rakesh
Email: kmrnair@yahoo.com
Mobile: 012-2145534

Bubbly
Member
Posts: 2
Post Invitation to Meditation and Dharma Study Group
on: July 21, 2011, 00:20

Meditation and Dharma Study Group

Dharma is the knowledge on the science of life and living. This knowledge has been discovered from the direct experience of the ancient Vedic sages, and has been transmitted using an approach which encourages independent thinking, freedom of enquiry, experimentation, and practical experience.

This study group provides you the opportunity for a systematic study on the Dharmic scriptures, literatures, and profound spiritual philosophies on Vedanta, Sankhya and Yoga. The texts covered are the Vedanta granthas, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads. The study group will be accompanied with a guided Advaita meditation session.

The objective of this learning process is to continuously explore into life’s realities and seek betterment to the quality of one’s lifestyle – a life free from conditionings and miseries; balanced in peace and happiness.

Study Group Details
Text studied at the moment is Drg Drsya Viveka, a profound Vedanta text which guides one on the Advaitic meditation into the secrets of the Self and Consciousness.

Day : Every Sunday
Time : 9.00am – 10.00am
Time : 3rd Floor, 5C, Jalan SG 3/17, Taman Sri Gombak,
68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia.
Fee : Donation basis

Contact Person for Enquiry: Rakesh
Email: kmrnair@yahoo.com
Mobile: 012-2145534

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
Member
Posts: 6
Post Re: Open burning = air pollution!
on: July 7, 2011, 23:24

Quote from Botero28 on May 29, 2011, 21:41
i think he never learn!He is still doing it now.I live in the same area, this is really a stupid/selfish behaviour!

Guess what, one neighbour even named his wifi network as “Stop Burning Bitxx” (we can view it if we scan for available network).

He’s really getting on my nerves. I’ve wanted to take pictures of him burning stuff as proof but he always seems to be there when I try to.

I wanted to tell him off once again but I have yet to do so because I’m sure he wouldn’t be bothered about it anyway.

I want to complain to the authorities about this but yet I don’t want him to get a heavy fine or penalty, but just a warning letter or something..

Tutor_Hambal
Member
Posts: 1
Post Home Tuition - SPM, IGCSE, IB
on: July 6, 2011, 04:20

Hello to all respected residents,

Are you looking for a good and well experienced home tutor for your children?
Are you concern with your children academic results and you’re looking on ways you can help them to improve?

I’m Tutor Hambal and I’m a full time home tutor. I’ve been teaching public and international schools students from various levels for the past 5 years. My past students have obtained excellent results in major exams, including A1s and A-s.

Subjects: Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, English (SPM, IGCSE, IB)
Fees & Schedule: Please call for more info

Please call me at 012-230 9743 (Tutor Hambal). You can also get more details about me at my website http://www.tutorhambal.com

For a limited time, I’m giving a Free 1 Trial Session! So call me today!

somt
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: July 1, 2011, 15:36

Hi, Okie.

In my opinion, Little Footprints provide a more organised and structured learning environment. In Kinderland, it’s more like a family, homely, easygoing place. But that doesn’t mean that they are not serious about teaching. My older kid was with Kinderland for 4 years and we are very happy with his development during that time. Then again, he was “brought-up” by the pioneers of the school. We tried to put my younger kid when he was about 3 in Kinderland but he disliked it and does not look forward to go to school. We started him in Little Footprints this year and he couldn’t be more happy there.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: July 1, 2011, 14:00

lyn: thanks for the reply. sounds like a good arrangement!

Rina
Member
Posts: 7
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: July 1, 2011, 00:31

Lyn – I’ve booked Mr Liow’s part time maid services for next weekend. Will update then if it’s good :)

Plinteo – I called merry maids but they can only provide 1 maid for 4 hours as opposed to 2 maids for 2 hours.

1st impression… Mr Liow seems more flexible. Btw if you guys don’t mind picking the maid up from kayu ara… The one I have now is flexible and not too bad… She usually works alone. Let me know if u want the number.

plinteo
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: June 29, 2011, 17:44

Hi, you can try this site http://www.merrymaids.com.my/ It was recommended by someone but i have not personally try this. I saw their van couple of times in this area.
I have a part time maid now but i’m facing the same problem as you, need to ferry her back since she has no transport. I just had my 2nd baby, so I’m looking for a non stay in housekeeper from mon – fri, 9-5pm to do cleaning & cooking, Anyone has any recommendation?

lyn
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: June 27, 2011, 16:47

Hi Martin, I have been using them for the last 2 months while waiting for my permanent one to arrive. So far no complaints. Mr Liow stays in ara. One maid 4 hrs RM55 or 2 maids 2 hrs RM55. You have to supply them your consumables. They can come evening or night which is why i use them. Most agencies stop work at 6pm.

cheers

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: June 27, 2011, 11:49

Quote from ara-resident11 on June 25, 2011, 15:38
Hi Rina, you can try Mr Liow 0163355223. He supplies part time maid to quite a number of ara folks. I am currently using his part time maids. No complaints so far.

cheers

Hi lyn, would like to ask if you can disclose a bit more abt ur experience with Mr Liow’s maids. How often did they come? How long was each session and what do they do? Did they bring their own equipment/consumables? How do they charge?

Thanks a lot.

lyn
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Part Time Maid
on: June 25, 2011, 15:38

Hi Rina, you can try Mr Liow 0163355223. He supplies part time maid to quite a number of ara folks. I am currently using his part time maids. No complaints so far.

cheers

Rina
Member
Posts: 7
Post Part Time Maid
on: June 24, 2011, 16:17

Dear all,

Does anyone have a good part time maid with transport to recommend? I’ve tried searching through many websites but to no avail. Very few part time cleaners service Ara Damansara.

I currently use a part time maid without transport, and it’s quite a hassle to pick her up and send her back.

Thanks so much!

okie
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Kindergarten
on: June 24, 2011, 00:16

I’m looking to change kindie for my 4+ yo son. Can anyone share their experiences and opinions on Kinderland Ara Damansara and Little Footprints?

ooice
Member
Posts: 13
Post Water Cut 22/Jun to 24/Jun
on: June 21, 2011, 12:07

Water cut at Ara Damansara from Jun 22nd 8am until Jun 24th 8am.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Fencing at the Park
on: June 10, 2011, 12:22

Here is my 2 cents worth.

The fencing done by the semi-D community is for protection of the residents there. It was never their intention to demarcate or annoy their neighbours. They have had their fair share of crimes: there were 3 major daytime break-ins last year when the residents lost many valuables; there were 2 cases of robberies as residents were waiting for the auto-gate to open and in one night, 6 cars were broken into. The residents there live in constant fear worrying who will be the next victim. They spent more than a year discussing the fencing as it was difficult to get consensus; some are against and will not pay, others do not want the fencing right in front of their houses, others wanted a fully enclosed area locked at all times. It was the give and take that finally led to the completion of their project.

It was quite easy for them to fence the frontage along the roads but the park was a big headache for them. Perpetrators can easily come in via the park and make a quick get-away. They put up 5 gates and notices were posted that the park remain accessible to the public. So there is no change
as far as access is concerned: anyone can take a walk in the park any time of day; the gates are not locked but they ask that the gates be latched at night. The gates, the fencing and the barb wires at the park may not look pleasing but they are needed to warn intruders. The fencing there are expected to remain until the neighbours at Palermo and Calarosa install their own fencing.

The residents at Berkeley have already installed theirs and all it takes is for the Parlermo and Calarosa residents to install fencing at their frontage facing the big padang and the road leading to their homes. Then we will have one big enclosure and that is ideal. When this materialize, the fencing at the park can be taken down. But this may take a while as they need to go through the motion of canvassing support, convincing the opponents and negotiate, negotiate, negotiate.

Fyi, your postings have been forwarded to the president of the semi-D RA and he will give his response when he is back from his business trip.

Lastly, we urge residents who are unhappy over the fencing at the park to refrain from any violent actions. The recent vandalizing of the gates serve no purpose except releasing the negative energy for that individual.

Let’s work together for a safe and healthy neighbourhood.

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leeyk
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Post Fencing at the Park
on: June 10, 2011, 12:09

Hi, Not sure what happened but the most recent postings by Frank was missing from the topic.

I managed to save a copy and am re-posting them here under Complaints section of the forum.

Forum moderator

Re: Park between Palemo/Calarosa/Berkeley & Semi D
on: June 7, 2011, 23:15

The way the fence have been erected, it makes us feel as though we’re
criminals potentially walking in to rob you off your semi d goods.
Frankly, do you have to put barbed wires on our side of the bridge?

Do you know it makes us feel that when we cross that bridge we’re
walking into private property. Is that neighbourly? Oh man, how
arrogant can you guys get?

Why do you guys want to go looking for trouble. Just do things
reasonably, don’t invite trouble. Imagine if complaints are made to
MBPJ, then all the fences may come down, which is not a good thing.
So, please be considerate of others and don’t make it seem like the
lake only belongs to you.

Additionally, please ensure your guards open the gates by 6-7am every
morning.

Re: Park between Palemo/Calarosa/Berkeley & Semi D
on: June 8, 2011, 09:09

This morning I decided to take my dog for a walk at the park, and
thankfully, the gate was already open. I thank you for that.

However, I still consider the way the whole barrier is set up at the
bridge an affront to residents at Palermo and Calarosa. That said, as
a neighbour who is willing to compromise to your insecurities, I will
ask that the gate not only be unlocked, but also unlatched. Why? It is
so difficult to try to unlatch the unlocked gate from our side (and I
don’t have to repeat how it makes us feel – yes, outsiders coming in –
but that aside) hence, if you can instruct your guards and put a sign
up for any of your residents using the park, NOT to close the door or
at the very least NOT to latch the door during the day, it would be
most appreciated.

Again, this is a compromise. Put yourselves in our shoes. The way the
things are constructed, one would think you own the lake. I understand
you don’t want to ringfence yourselves from the park, but by doing it
this way, you’re disrupting others. It makes people think either
you’re a little vacuous or selfish. Take your pick, I don’t know which
is better.

I hope the RA of the semi-ds read this. Or someone can pass the
message on.

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Botero
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Post Re: Open burning = air pollution!
on: May 29, 2011, 21:41

i think he never learn!He is still doing it now.I live in the same area, this is really a stupid/selfish behaviour!

Guess what, one neighbour even named his wifi network as “Stop Burning Bitxx” (we can view it if we scan for available network).

petplayground
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Post Re: citta mall
on: May 19, 2011, 19:40

Wonder why they take so long to open.

petplayground
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Post Grooming Promotion only for Ara Damansara Resident
on: May 19, 2011, 19:37

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DnJ
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Post Re: Park between Palemo/Calarosa/Berkeley & Semi D
on: May 17, 2011, 22:26

I strongly suggest that this issue is to be taken to MPBJ. All parks in Ara D’sara are built with multiple entrances which means it is to be enjoyed by all residents of Ara D’sara.

Gate your properties not public properties!

Mel
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Post Re: A Yoga Deal!
on: May 14, 2011, 10:56

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYPpJNpC7ho

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Park between Palemo/Calarosa/Berkeley & Semi D
on: May 13, 2011, 08:30

Pl see comments posted earlier.

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bibi
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Post Park between Palemo/Calarosa/Berkeley & Semi D
on: May 13, 2011, 07:48

Hi.
I am a regular user of the Public Park backing the Semi-Ds, the one with the lake.
Recently a fence came up & for the past couple of days, the park has been LOCKED!
Yes, there’s a gate and it’s closed/locked in the morning. This prevented me from using it for my daily walks.
My questions:
1. Has this park been turned to an exclusive one to be enjoyed only by the privileged ones?
If yes, since when? Why aren’t the rest of AD residents notified?
2. Is the fence LEGAL?
I’ve always thought this is a PUBLIC PARK, and it was presented as such in Sime Darby’s promo materials for this area.
This act of fencing it up is very selfish and inconsiderate.
A prompt response is appreciated, else a formal complaint will be lodged with MBPJ.

surfer
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Post NEED TRANSPORT
on: May 12, 2011, 21:49

Hi All,
I am a lady staying opposite Petronas area and in need of transport to & fro Kelana Jaya LRT station mornings & evenings from Mon-Fri. Or to & fro KL (Jalan Imbi). Hope to get some response! Thank you.

DnJ
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: Baby Sitter Wanted In Nov 2010
on: May 12, 2011, 13:44

Hi,

I am looking for babysitter around AD area starting Nov 2011. My EDD is in September 2011. Would appreciate if anybody can recommend a caring babysitter. Thanks in advance.

DnJ

Mel
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Posts: 2
Post A Yoga Deal!
on: May 12, 2011, 11:04

Discount Deal: [60% Off] RM60 for 4 Classes of Yoga Group Classes @Maya Yoga Samudraa (Damansara Perdana) worth RM150.

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CF
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 28, 2011, 21:04

http://www.lrtextension.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=170&Itemid=119&lang=en

this may be helpful.

Vito C
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Post Re: Newspaper delivery
on: April 28, 2011, 18:20

hi, welcome to Ara Damansara.
you may want to try 016-2151502 for daily delivery right infront of door.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 28, 2011, 12:47

MRT sounds better, isn’t it? yes, it is the same thing.
Also, the 3rd station is just after the NKVE turnoff near where Glomac is.

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ooice
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Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 27, 2011, 22:24

Shouldn’t it be LRT extension rather than the new MRT line?

leeyk
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Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 27, 2011, 17:03

yes, first stop is next to NZX, 2nd is next to Pacific Place (under construction, hopefully by 2014.

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kp-rich
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Post citta mall (puncak dana) breading denggi mosquitos
on: April 27, 2011, 12:21

Guys,

There is a rise in denggi cases in Ara Damansara Area and developer Puncak Dana owners of Citta Mall isn’t helping but making matters worst. They leave a construction pool that is isolated right next to Citta Mall, to bread mosquitoes and terrorize the lembah subang school and our condo puncak nusa kelana.

Let me show you some pictures… ever since the construction of Citta mall started till finished, there is a huge increase of mosquitos that residence had to deal with. definitely a health hazard and irresponsible act by the developers.

Any idea who we can report this to? Which Govt Agency?

thanks guys.

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martinlts
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Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 26, 2011, 17:57

Mr Lee, is MRT coming our way?

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 25, 2011, 21:54

The construction works there is the MRT station. The problem today is that 4 lanes are converging into 2 lanes just before the turn off to NKVE. No thanks to the road planners. This is a Federal road so there is little the State government can do.

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riz
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Posts: 27
Post CITTA MALL opening?
on: April 25, 2011, 21:36

Hi Folks…wondering when CITTA MALL scheduled to be launched..any news on whom the anchor tenant is? it sure will be convenient for Ara Damansara residents to shop here..he he..

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Rina
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Post Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang
on: April 25, 2011, 01:00

Helloo

There are a lot of constructions along Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang heading to Federal Highway from Ara D. Does anyone know whats being constructed? The land has been cleared and there are a lot of lorries lined up along the road.

Also, I wonder if there will be a road widening exercise along that stretch since traffic is worsening. Takes me about half an hour on that short stretch to get to the Fed Highway exit every morning. hmm

Kedai Kaki Lelong™
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Post Re: Kedai Kaki Lelong™ - New and pre-loved items for sale.
on: April 22, 2011, 15:17

Good news!

Today the license came through and the tenancy agreement was signed. Opening early May 2011.
The full address is: Basement Car Park, Pusat Dagangan NZX, No 2, Jalan PJU 1A/41B, 47301 Petaling Jaya

More details to follow soon but visit our website in the mean time: http://www.kkltrading.com

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ is a registered trademark of KKL Trading Sdn Bhd. Tel. (03) 7957 5942, Fax (03) 7954 5942, Email info@kkltrading.com

csloong
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Post Re: Newspaper delivery
on: April 16, 2011, 08:50

Thanks all. It’s not everyday u find a neighborhood with such an active forum. Keep up the good work all. :-)

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Newspaper delivery
on: April 15, 2011, 11:27

Hi,

try this no. 016-2213146 or 03-78042554, Naleena enterprise.

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martinlts
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Post Re: Newspaper delivery
on: April 14, 2011, 11:36

Quote from csloong on April 9, 2011, 22:07
Hi, I’m new to the neighborhood and was wondering if anyone can share with me who is the newspaper delivery service in the area.

MC

Hi csloong, Welcome to Ara! We hope you and your family have pleasant years ahead staying in AD. I’m just here to welcome you but I cant help you on your problem since I get my news from the web :) Petronas and the 2 7-11s nearby both carry newspapers and if you exit either via NZX to LDP or at Subang Airport road, you can find newspaper vendors at the road side.

Kedai Kaki Lelong™
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Post Kedai Kaki Lelong™ - New and pre-loved items for sale.
on: April 13, 2011, 17:05

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ warehouses are packed, stacked and cramped with an ever-changing inventory of quality new and used, second hand furniture, furniture, office and restaurant furniture, stainless steel kitchen equipment, home decorations, crockery and utensils at closeout prices.

We are opening a new warehouse on May 1st 2011 in Basement Car Park, Pusat Dagangan NZX, No 2, Jalan PJU 1A/41B, 47301 Petaling Jaya.

We bargain with makers of brand new furniture, restaurant owners, hotel managers, customs, insurance companies and government and private auctioneers from around the world for the best deals possible. With the belief that living shouldn’t cost too much, they accept only the lowest price so Kedai Kaki Lelong™ can pass the savings on to you. Established in Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya in 1995, the company sold everything from shoes to stoves and office furniture to kitchen equipment.

Check out our website at http://www.kkltrading.com or our webshop at http://www.kedaikakilelong.com.

Kedai Kaki Lelong™ is a registered trademark of KKL Trading Sdn Bhd. Tel. (03) 7957 5942, Fax (03) 7954 5942, Email info@kkltrading.com

sulimc
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Post Re: citta mall
on: April 11, 2011, 13:50

The flyover at the exit of Ara D now carries the billboard showing the tenants of Citta Mall. Harvey Norman, MBO, etc. Not sure when it will open but should be soon if they have put up a billboard?

Link to their web site: http://www.citta.com.my

Cheers!

csloong
Member
Posts: 3
Post Newspaper delivery
on: April 9, 2011, 22:07

Hi, I’m new to the neighborhood and was wondering if anyone can share with me who is the newspaper delivery service in the area.

MC

aatzer
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Post Re: citta mall
on: April 5, 2011, 14:29

No proper access road, No mainroad frontage….Can they survive?

decoman
Member
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Post Decorate your home
on: April 5, 2011, 10:59

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bluedolphin
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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: April 1, 2011, 19:50

thanks all for providing the contacts , very useful info .

Rina
Member
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Post Re: citta mall
on: April 1, 2011, 00:19

Thks for the info guys. I wonder if MBO will still open at Citta considering the opening of MBO in Subang Parade, at such close proximity.

Cross my fingers!

mgmerv
Member
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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 31, 2011, 01:25

I have a very reliable LCCT taxi driver (Waja – red/white colour) who I’ve used for >5 years.
His name is Din and his rates are RM80 from Ara D’sara to KLIA/LCCT.
You can also use him if you want to be picked up from LCCT only without having to que for taxi voucher.
He can provide receipts as my colleagues, customers and I use him for work when flying.
If he’s not available, he will arrange for one of his buddies to pick you up too.

You can contact him:
Din
019-335 5273

Tell him you’re Mervyn’s friend =)

jajf@18
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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 31, 2011, 00:36

I have this reliable (Limo 3227) driver Mr Karu. Charges very reasonable. ( He use premium but you can request for budget or premium service)

019 611 0213

Casarina Resident since Dec 2006

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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 28, 2011, 17:19

Most of them work along the same rates. I think it’s RM80 the last time I used the service.

bluedolphin
Member
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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 27, 2011, 19:08

Thanks
what is the charges from Ara to LCCT and KLIA ?
same charges or less a bit

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Post Re: Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 23, 2011, 19:45

I call Mr Yap at 016 278 8944.

Reliable but a slow driver :D

bluedolphin
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Post Taxi Driver to KLIA
on: March 22, 2011, 20:02

Hi

Anyone has taxi drivers contact no that you usually call them to fetch you from Ara to KLIA or LCCT ?

Thanks

bubblebob
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Post Re: citta mall
on: March 22, 2011, 15:39

Was told that they are trying to open by June this year. Some of the big names mentioned are Harvey Norman and Rakuzen. Apparently they have not got the approval on the construction for cinema. Which is why probably there are some structures left untouched. Oh ya, the cinema is MBO

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Post Re: citta mall
on: March 21, 2011, 17:30

They are already delayed and their opening date has been pushed back several times.

Their problem is getting the retailers to come in. Some of those who have indicated interest are already pulling out due to the delay.

Another issue is their main access which they were hoping to get but it was not approved.

Rina
Member
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Post citta mall
on: March 18, 2011, 20:06

Hi,

I’ve been looking at the progress of citta mal and I think its very very slow.
Does anyone know when it’ll be opened for biz?
I’m just afraid it will end up like nzx.

Read some articles on citta and it was supposed to be opened in jan.

Thks.

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
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Post Re: Open burning = air pollution!
on: March 11, 2011, 19:22

Quote from leeyk on March 10, 2011, 21:38
Out of curiosity, I goggled and found out that Open burning is prohibited under Environment Quality Act 1974 (Act 127) and Sec 29A states the penalty is RM500,000 or 5 years or both. You should be able to goggle who to complain to.

but wouldn’t that be a really hefty penalty for him to pay? I was hoping for something like a warning letter to send to him from someone with the authority to do so..

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: TM HSBB
on: March 11, 2011, 13:36

Hooray! I’m now unifi! The installation is fast. The guys came ontime at 930, followed 1/2 hr later by the cabling team. by 1130, the job is done but got to wait till 12 to get in as there were some config probs.

But some sites are not as fast as I expect, e.g. this site. Jef, is it at your end?

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leeyk
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Post Re: Open burning = air pollution!
on: March 10, 2011, 21:38

Out of curiosity, I goggled and found out that Open burning is prohibited under Environment Quality Act 1974 (Act 127) and Sec 29A states the penalty is RM500,000 or 5 years or both. You should be able to goggle who to complain to.

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HAWKINS31
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Post Colombian Salsa
on: March 10, 2011, 14:44

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This is described “concluding “, to enter the native souk. This “end “does not take place for the reason that the Colombian does not perform Salsa, but it does not play to the beat of the Puerto Rican/Post-Cuban Salsa. I declare Post-Cuban, for the reason that the melody of Cuba has developed towards an additional original and evenly palatable jingle.

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Hannah
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Post Re: TM HSBB
on: March 9, 2011, 22:07

Just a note about messy installation. AD homes have a special conduit through which the astro cable/phone cables are pulled. To save unnecessary hacking and drilling try getting the Unifi installers to pull the cable straight up to the roof across the ceiling boards and down these conduits. I found this totally eliminated all hacking and drilling in my home :)

likeomgdudestopburningstuff
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Post Incondiserate resident always doing open burning @ PJU 1A/28A !! (w/ picture)
on: March 8, 2011, 19:55

Hello fellow residents of Ara Damansara,

I’m a teenage guy who likes jogging in the evenings around the neighborhood.

I am here to complain about an inconsiderate neighbor who I am frankly quite annoyed with.

I put on my jogging shoes every evening with a smile on my face but right after I step out of the house, I am choked by the horrible smell of carbon monoxide that literally kills my mood for jogging.

I am not going to reveal the identity of this resident, but he lives along Jalan PJU1A/28A.

I don’t know what he’s burning but it seems to me like he’s always burning garden waste in his backyard.

I’ve complained to him once about the matter but he didn’t seem to care at all.

The burning doesn’t occur everyday but it happens more than 2 times a week. Usually around 5-7pm.

I don’t know who I should complain to about this matter but I thought I’d speak out about this matter on the Ara Damansara forums.

Any suggestions on what I can do about this inconsiderate neighbor? I really hope I can enjoy my pollution-free jog routines once again..

EDIT: Here’s a picture of the smoke billowing from his compound. I couldn’t take a full picture of the fire because he was there..
Its really blurry but I’m sure you can see the smoke from the picture

sb
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Post Pest and Termite Control
on: February 24, 2011, 13:23

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leeyk
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Post Re: TM HSBB
on: February 23, 2011, 21:49

It depends where you want to locate your equipments.

Anyway, the free installation promotion is back so I am submitting my application. Applying online gives you 1 month free but it can be annoying. First, the system said my area has no service but searching again will find it. The other annoying piece is number selection, why can’t it be more friendly instead of a random list of 6 numbers? For example, if my preferred no. is not available, it should show the 3 nos. before and after the preferred no. The most annoying part is selecting a date for the installation. First it said 2 visits are needed and after selecting the date for equipment installation, it will ask you to select the date for external cable install. And the system does not allow you to pick 2 separate days (think cost savings for them). The problem is the system sometimes return with no dates available. After several tries, you get some dates but there isn’t a date that falls on the first chosen date and you start all over again. Frustrating!

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Bee
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Post Re: Anyone missing a dog?
on: February 20, 2011, 22:44

Tried to remove my posting, but the title seems to still stay.

Therefore, thought just to share. The female white puppy with brown spots (don’t know the type of dog) seems to have disappeared as mysteriously as how it appeared yesterday.

I tried looking around, afraid that it got lost but cannot find any traces nor hear its whimpering (which it did when it turned out in front of my house). I just hope that it found its rightful owner.

Stay in Casarina

leeyk
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Post Jeopardy
on: February 18, 2011, 15:05

For all sci-fi fans out there, watch this!

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The future is here!

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decoman
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Post Vinyl Timber Flooring
on: February 16, 2011, 14:13

Interested, call Shah (019-2426913) for best offer..

decoman
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Post Re: Wallpaper n Wallcovering
on: February 16, 2011, 14:07

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Gobbie
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Post Re: TM HSBB
on: February 15, 2011, 12:29

greetings.

Is there a awful amount of installation involved (hacking, drilling an recabling etc).? i was told by their customer servce it takes at least 3-4 hours to install.

understand the coverage is quite decent in AD

thks

marvelcakes
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Post Coklat Upin & Ipin
on: February 13, 2011, 15:43

Assalamualaikum & Salam Sejahtera,

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Pihak kami menawarkan kepada semua individu dan syarikat yang berminat untuk menjadi PERUNCIT/PENGEDAR/PEMBORONG produk Coklat Upin & Ipin.

Pakej yang ditawarkan adalah bermula serendah RM452.20 sahaja.
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Kepada yang berminat menjadi PERUNCIT/PENGEDAR/PEMBORONG boleh muat turun file seperti dibawah:
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Terima kasih

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melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Lost Chihuahua
on: February 9, 2011, 16:21

Lost male Chihuahua with red collar + bell, ran out of house in Casarina area this afternoon 09/02/11. If found please call Eileen at 019-3203875

http://img535.imageshack.us/img535/6007/chihuahuak.jpg

ETA: FOUND! :)

seedseduc
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Posts: 2
Post Seeds Educentre's Opening
on: February 9, 2011, 00:38

Hi all,

We are Seeds Educentre.
We offer:
. Nursery
. Pre-school
. Before and After School Care
. Tuition

We will be having an Open Day, this Saturday, 12th February from 8 am – 4 pm.

Our Address : A-17, Block A, Jalan PJU 1A/3J, Taipan Damansara 1, Ara Damansara.

Please join us, bring your children along as there are Fun Activities lined up for them!

For enquiries, pls call, 010-205 2245, 010-205 1065, 016 – 309 8635.

Thank you.

Regards
SE

Nicky
Member
Posts: 5
Post need transport from Little Footprint to Tmn Emas
on: February 7, 2011, 14:46

Hi,

I am looking for private transport for my son after his kindergarten Little Footprints to Taman Emas, Jln Emas 6. His classes finished at 12.15pm.

Anyone is available to provide transport, pls call me at 012-2909583.

Regards,
NICKY

arad88
Member
Posts: 1
Post Thanks for finding "Oreo"
on: January 29, 2011, 23:44

We would like to show our appreciation of thank you to the neighbours who helped us to find our dog “Oreo”, who went missing on 29/01/2011.

Thanks again for the neighborhood in Casarina

sulimc
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: Maid needed - part time
on: January 28, 2011, 17:57

Hi folks,

I have used a part time maid service before from Ann 019-6536264 and costs RM 51.20 for 3 hours. Service is OK and the part timer is experienced. But she will ask if you want to extend, coz she said so much to do in short time (I only wanted 3 hours per week for mopping and cleaning)

Other contacts I have called but not used before:
Jeslyn – 019-2117389 RM 15 per hour nego
Linda – 016-3780527 RM 50 for 4 hours

Good luck.

Cheers!

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Maid needed - part time
on: January 24, 2011, 08:46

Hi Lee

I still have not gotten a maid. saw some advertisements along the roads but have not tried them out yet

Jensoon
Member
Posts: 1
Post Bayu Ara Damansara Security Guard
on: January 23, 2011, 21:46

Hi,

I am a tenant resident in Bayu Ara Damansara. I noticed that there are no more security services provided since the start of the year. I am wondering what happened to the security services? Had the local RA terminated the service?

Cheers,
Jensson

cY
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Babysitter wanted
on: January 19, 2011, 17:07

Hi,

I am also looking for babysitter somewhere around Jun 2011 onwards. Any recommendation?

Yap
Member
Posts: 1
Post Water tank
on: January 14, 2011, 21:51

Hi
Anyone facing problem with their water tank leakage especially palemo phase. I have and cause is the support plywood that was provided by developer is too thin and now has slacken causing the tank to tilt. Point is it’s a defect, did anyone managed to claim from sime Darby the developer.
Thanks.

lee
Member
Posts: 10
Post Re: Maid needed - part time
on: January 11, 2011, 17:17

Hi

I am looking for one as well.

Have you gotten one already?

If yes, could you please share the contact details with me.

Thanks and regards

Swee Yoon

Madam Tan
Member
Posts: 1
Post Transport to SJK(C)Damansara, Tropicana Utara
on: December 28, 2010, 23:09

Hi,
I’m a TEACHER from SJK(C)Damansara, Tropicana Utara.
Transport to SJK (C) Damansara available.
Only Afternoon sessions.
Private car. Call Madam Tan 012 3832669 if interested.

A primary teacher from SJK(C) Damansara.

bluedolphin
Member
Posts: 18
Post RC LED Kite ( No Strings, No Limits)
on: December 28, 2010, 19:07

any Remote Control fans or specialists here ?
I guess it will be super nice activity if we play this at the Park

please take a look at

Youtube video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zSyL2RVEu0

Web site
http://www.goflykite.com/

lee
Member
Posts: 10
Post Chinese Speech and Drama
on: December 27, 2010, 12:06

Hi

Does any one know of a good Chinese Speech and Drama class within the vicinity of our area?

I will be checking the AD forum from time to time.

Alternatively, I can be contacted at 012 283 0027.

Thanks and regards

Mrs Tan

chris
Member
Posts: 1
Post Water filter RM 500 Hot deal !
on: December 17, 2010, 21:17

Hi,

I have 50sets of 6 stages Bio Energy water Drinking system and Point of Entry for sale due to need spacing to expand my business. So hurry grab this special price and assured good Service. Pls Call 017-3976081 for other packages and product available. Looking forward for your Reply

cheesan
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Kapitan
on: December 10, 2010, 23:37

U should tell the boss. Their night service was really terrible, so my husband complain to the boss. And later we found out from the morning staff that all of them got scolded and their night service had improve since.

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Kapitan
on: December 5, 2010, 15:35

I am not happy with the above mentioned mamak shop. The malay stall tht operates in the evening, doesnt seems to provide fresh chicken/prawn etc. Even after making alot of complaints, yet it’s still the same!!

Also many times the orders are not taken properly and each time I tapau something, I had to go back and return it!

I hope they will improve their service!

yew
Member
Posts: 1
Post IGCSE Year 7 Books
on: November 29, 2010, 22:36

Dear Residence,

I am looking for a set of used IGCSE year 7 text book. If anyone has it please call Zero One Two 302 9557.

Regards
kychan

adeline
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Transport to Yuk Chai
on: November 29, 2010, 11:58

hi, my daughter next year going to Yuk Chai standard one. Do someone know the teacher, teaching home tuition and she is a teacher for Yuk Chai and she stay at Manchester. If someone know this teacher please give me the phone number. My contact elaine 012 2593315 thanks

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Transportation available
on: November 23, 2010, 10:36

Transport to SRJK (C) Damansara available.
Both morning and afternoon sessions.
Private car. Call Jessie 016-368-9373 if interested.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Toy Poodle for Sale
on: November 8, 2010, 12:01

I have a male toy poodle for sale. If interested u may contact me.
Tks. 012 – 9765139. Lim

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: lost dog
on: November 2, 2010, 08:44

easier if you snap a photo and put it up here.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

celeste
Member
Posts: 1
Post lost dog
on: November 1, 2010, 21:44

hi all, there’s this dog..look like a jack russell terrier, white color with a red dog collar straying along in jalan PJU 1A/43.. the dog is well-groomed.. just wonder if it’s possible to track the owner… thanksss

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: October 28, 2010, 10:20

Thanks for the suggestion :) I’ve uploaded them arbitrarily by alphabetical order, intend to resort them by dates they went missing when I have the time. Some of these dogs were stolen, some escaped due to unfortunate accidents (gate left open etc.). I have heard of cases of gangs snatching dogs, easy job if you own a purebred with a very friendly temperament.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Lost & Found Dog Notices
on: October 27, 2010, 17:03

so many missing dogs, so sad! is there a dog snatching gang on the prowl?

for effectiveness, perhaps reduce the no. of pics to those recent ones or post them at different times

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Lost Dog Notices
on: October 27, 2010, 13:26

Admins, hope this is ok :) A friend asked me to post these notices.

Dogs lost in Ara Damansara:

Dogs lost in other areas:

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Re: Transporter
on: October 27, 2010, 08:16

Tks Lee.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Transporter
on: October 26, 2010, 17:41

Try Jessie 016-368-9373

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Transporter
on: October 26, 2010, 16:39

Hai

I am looking for a “lady transporter” for my daughter for next year schooling. Location – Ara to BU4 and BU4 to Ara (morning school). If you have any contact pls let me know.

TQ.

Vito C
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Break ins: Colombian gang
on: October 26, 2010, 14:24

This incident made me not so comfortable shifting in to Ara Damansara. I had just recently purchased a unit in Berkeley and planning to move in December. From my personal observation, I found the security at Berkeley entrance not doing their job as expected. The guard letting cars including without sticker, etc to go in and out with no question ask. Since bought the unit there, I had to go in and out at many occasions but never once the guard stopped me and asked any question even though I am driving without a car sticker. As such I will not be surprise to see anyone including robbers driving in and out freely as they wish anytime and Berkeley has been their prime target due to awful security. RA must take this seriously with action plans and prevent this from recurring to ensure Berkeley is a save place to live and Ara Damansara as whole.

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Re: Police station operation hours
on: October 18, 2010, 11:14

Thanks WengKK

martinlts
Member
Posts: 27
Post Maid needed - part time
on: October 18, 2010, 09:39

Hello, a good day to you all.

I hope I can get some recommendations/suggestions/referrals for a good/reliable part time maid/cleaning agency. My needs are simple. Help my stay-at-home wife (together with 1 month old baby) to do basic cleaning of our house. Not much laundry, no cooking done, just vacuum, mop the floor and once a week spend more time to clean a particular area of the house, e.g. kitchen wall, windows, etc. Even if the maid can only come twice a week will be good enough.

Thank you! Have a great week

WengKK
Member
Posts: 12
Post Re: Police station operation hours
on: October 17, 2010, 09:59

03-78426022

Hannah
Member
Posts: 22
Post Re: Break ins: Colombian gang
on: October 12, 2010, 21:04

Please get in touch with me at 012-3176085 about uniting our area.

BerkeLee42
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Police station operation hours
on: October 12, 2010, 11:29

anyone know the contact number for balai polis ara damansara? Please share. With the increase in break ins, I feel that its better to have the number in hand.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Break ins: Colombian gang
on: October 11, 2010, 22:09

I don’t think getting all RAs to use the same security firm will fix this problem. There is only one effective way to tackle this: get the security to provide an escort service. It is a question of cost and if security does it diligently.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Bobtail male dog found near balai
on: October 8, 2010, 11:39

Update: The bobtail dog is now up for adoption since no one has come forward to claim him.

duetsche: I do home-style pet-sitting. My residence is in the semi-d area. However for safety reasons I only take in dogs that coexist well with other pets since they will be expected to get along with my dogs :) If interested drop me an email via my petfinder profile: http://www.petfinder.my/members/MelissaK/

If you’re unsure whether your dog’s temperament is suitable for a free-roaming environment where other dogs are present and prefer the security of a kennelled boarding service, http://g-pet.com/ might be suitable (am not affiliated with them in any way, this is based on feedback from a client who used to board her dog with them then switched to my place as she preferred a home-style environment). It’s a bit far off in Shah Alam though. I’ve not tried pet-sitters around this area but if anyone has positive feedback do share :)

yw
Member
Posts: 4
Post Re: Any caterers to recommend?
on: October 8, 2010, 09:52

any other recomended caterer besides from littlewok?

sulimc
Member
Posts: 8
Post Break ins: Colombian gang
on: October 8, 2010, 09:41

Hi All,

For the last few weeks, we had several break-ins and attempted break-ins at Berkeley phase. A family was tied-up and robbed in the evening a few days ago by a Colombian gang who look like mat salleh. Police are aware of them but say it is hard to catch them (what else is new?).

Please take as much precaution as possible, as they may be targeting other phases of Ara Damansara.

Our own RA is trying to step up our security but unsuccessful so far. We don’t have enough numbers of supporting residents to raise enough funds to get more security.

Perhaps, RAs from several neighbourhoods should come together to achieve larger economies of scale. With larger numbers of residents supporting a wider area, we won’t be isolated and have more bargaining power with the security guard providers. Any RAs interested in doing so can comment on this post and I can get in touch with our RA head to start things rolling.

Take care everyone.

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Pet Playground October Promotion
on: October 7, 2010, 11:40

Avoderm Promotion

(removed)
Orijen & Acana Promotion

(removed)

This is an advertising sponsored site. You are most welcome to participate at a very low rate of only RM50 a month

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Bobtail male dog found near balai
on: October 7, 2010, 00:09

Yeap you can come and visit us.
We operate cageless pet hotel where your doggy can run and play.

We bring them out to walk twice a day as well

You can see our customer testimonial in the link below

http://www.petplaygroundonline.com/pet-hotel–boarding.html

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Do You Hae A Pet?
on: October 7, 2010, 00:03

Good piece of information

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Newspaper vendor
on: October 6, 2010, 23:49

Thanks for the contact!

Quote from Joy on September 28, 2010, 23:24
His name is Muthu, I think. 016-2213146.

bluedolphin
Member
Posts: 18
Post Re: Newspaper vendor
on: October 1, 2010, 15:56

is it the only one in Ara ? sometime i am not happy with the service.
lately raining is pretty often ,but the newspaper was just left in front of the gate and eventually get wet and unable to read. I have made a compliant for many time . it does not seen anything is done.

i wonder whether any one know other option here. thinking of changing the service .

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Re: Bobtail male dog found near balai
on: September 30, 2010, 09:05

Hai Duetsche

You may send to Petplayground shop opposite Do Re Mi.

duetsche
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Bobtail male dog found near balai
on: September 29, 2010, 23:42

Since we r on the topic abt pets, anyone knows of a pet sitter around here where i can leave my dog whenever i go ut of town. tq.

Joy
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Newspaper vendor
on: September 28, 2010, 23:24

His name is Muthu, I think. 016-2213146.

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Newspaper vendor
on: September 28, 2010, 13:52

Hi ,

Anyone can provide me contact for news paper distributor in Ara Damansara.
Those motorcycle man that send newspaper to home in the morning

melissak
Member
Posts: 16
Post Bobtail male dog found near balai
on: September 27, 2010, 20:36

A friend found this friendly male dog at the road near our balai polis. Please contact Eileen if this is your dog:

http://www.petfinder.my/pets/14682/

_
Moderator
Posts: 68
Post Re: Reliable Electrician Needed
on: September 23, 2010, 19:15

This has been discussed earlier at http://www.aradamansara.com/forum/?wpforumaction=viewtopic&t=1000127.0

jomeng
Member
Posts: 4
Post Reliable Electrician Needed
on: September 20, 2010, 23:18

Hie all,

Is there any reliable electrician that you could recommend to me? Needed him to redo my air-con wiring that got fried :) . Thanks!

KelvinCSC
Member
Posts: 8
Post Atilia Floor Plan
on: September 20, 2010, 12:36

Anybody has a scanned copy of Atilia floor plan? By the way what is the total build up size for Atilia?

petplayground
Member
Posts: 16
Post Re: Pets Family Day
on: September 15, 2010, 16:02

Is there any lake that allow dog?

_
Moderator
Posts: 68
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 15, 2010, 15:34

Just had lunch there today.

The food quality is average at best. Had 1 set lunch at RM6.90, 2 kids meals, 1 main and 1 iced milk tea and the whole bill came up to RM31.60.

Portions are decent and enough for me.

I won’t go back for the following reasons:
- Interior is too dark
- Music is way too loud
- When lots of cooking is being done, the smells waft out to the dining area.
- Service is slightly above average

sulimc
Member
Posts: 8
Post Dynasty Kitchen
on: September 13, 2010, 08:35

Hi Gang,

Had dinner at Dynasty Kitchen yesterday with the family. They are on the same row as Kapitan and 2 doors away from the Pasar Segar.

The menu is typical chinese cuisine, however, pork free. Decor is simple and the place is air-conditioned.

We had sizzling deer meat, butter prawns, sweet & sour chicken, kailan and omelette (foo yong tan). Food is tasty and their sambal belacan is great. Portions are a little small for the regular portion, so do order large portion if you are big eater. Depending on the dish, small portions start from RM 8 and large from RM 15. The Lohs who run the place are friendly and told us they have set lunch offers too. Total bill for 7 of us: RM 93.

Would recommend this place to anyone looking for a tasty meal.

Cheers!

kangaroo
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 13, 2010, 01:43

Quote from leeyk on September 3, 2010, 08:48
My wife visited this cafe shortly after it was opened. Unfortunately, she left with a very bad impression. For some unknown reasons, on that day, the chef was only able to prepare one dish and all other dishes on the menu were not available. How’s that for business?

i think tat is a misunderstood !!
sometimes , when my visits at heaven cafe
no more foods available
i been told by the chef tat they only prepare 30 fresh chicken chops and 30 fillets and 20 portions of pasta everyday . to assure all the foods is fresh .
actually i am living in diaman ria and i always have my lunch at heaven cafe after school. the chef is very kind and always give me big rice when i order today special . please dont mislead , thxs

kotokochan
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 13, 2010, 01:27

hi!my name is kotoko
i am living in saujana since 3 years ago
i had been to the heaven cafe before….
i think they are doing quite good …
very tasty and also cheap…
as i am working nearby , i always visit to have lunch and dinner.
the price is very reasonable , somemore food is good
i can say , the best in nzx area .
i love their oyakon don ( egg and chicken rice ) better than any japanese restaurant around .
rm6.90 for lunch and rm8.90 for dinner…is tat expensive??
how about buying at supermarket and cook yourself if you think their foods is lousy . they recently add so many new menu such omellete rice , smoothies…
i even heard they will do hi-tea too…..
to me i will suggest the penne,garlic bread and spaghetti at only rm8.90
such a big portion….

Mona
Member
Posts: 3
Post Car Pooling.
on: September 12, 2010, 11:34

Hi there. I am looking for anyone who is willing to carpool to KL around 6ish am or to Kelana Jaya LRT station about 8ish am. Both my parents have different working hours in KL. We’ve just moved to Ara Damansara and live @ PJU 1A/28. Please call me at 012-341 5374.

Thank you.

_
Moderator
Posts: 68
Post Re: inconsiderate neighbours
on: September 6, 2010, 16:55

Fortunately I am not an old lady :)

That sofa you are referring to has been there for a couple of months now. I’ve always thought that you were aware of it.

If I were you, I would just move the stuff back over to her side (if I am 100% certain that she was the one who put it there in the first place). Same for the metal poles for the side lanes. If you removes them, you place them back.

joey
Member
Posts: 1
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 6, 2010, 14:39

As a regular customer there, what i can share was they has changed their menu and not only western foods but also many choices for lunch and dinner. The promotion sets was still going on but we can always go for the Ala-cart….. Beside that i just having the lunch which the chef’s recommended Satay chicken chop is delicious and they actually started serving Hi-tea currently as well. what i can say is Heaven cafe is a good place for me to having somethings when i was hungry and is a good choice because the price they charged was acceptable. :)

cheesan
Member
Posts: 12
Post inconsiderate neighbours
on: September 5, 2010, 18:45

There’s this old lady staying next to my house with her maids. She planted alot of trees along the monsoon drain and once she decide to clear her trees and dump it behind my house. Once I notice it, I scolded her and told her to removed. She argue back and reluctantly ask her gardener to removed it.

And 2 days ago, I found out there’s a old sofa place behind my wall. (I’m not sure when it was placed there cause I walled up the back portion recently) I have a strong feeling she’s the one who did it.

My question now is, what should I do? I know complaining to her will be useless (I’ll be like a mad women again screming there.. ) Can I complain to autorities?

Another issue is there’s pillars placed at back lane so vehicles cannot drive into the backlane unless we remove the pillars. She removed the pillars for her convenience and never put it back. I spoke to her before, and as usual, she couldn’t care less. Can complain to authorities? or any other more effective ways?

klsk
Member
Posts: 3
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 4, 2010, 16:30

Only 1 menu for set dinner available each day, that’s mean to say that you have no choice if you are looking for set meal. I can only say : do not put high hopes on it…. but I’m hoping very much it would improve from time to time so that we have more choices when it comes to restaurant/cafe.

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: TM HSBB
on: September 3, 2010, 16:58

The current free installation is ending 30 Sep and new sign up after Oct 1 will be charged RM200.

http://www.tm.com.my/ap/about/media/press/Pages/UNIFIINSTALLATIONCHARGES.aspx

As Unifi is a totally different team from Streamyx, they are in fact competing and Streamyx team is losing. There is actually a cheaper option at high speed of 4Mb @ only RM88 per month and you get an HP mini-notebook free too. But was told notebook out of stock so not sure if promotion has ended. This is primarily targeted at college students and you do need someone in college as an endorsement letter is needed.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

leeyk
Moderator
Posts: 133
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 3, 2010, 08:48

My wife visited this cafe shortly after it was opened. Unfortunately, she left with a very bad impression. For some unknown reasons, on that day, the chef was only able to prepare one dish and all other dishes on the menu were not available. How’s that for business?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

angeline.dev
Moderator
Posts: 9
Post Re: Pets Family Day
on: September 2, 2010, 23:15

Yes, a pet family day is perfect for our dogs to socialise. Would love for it to be held in the lake park where doggies can dip into the lake for a swim. I did suggest to Sime Darby Property to designate a section of the lake park for dog activities. At least that would help us keep tabs on the health and condition of our lakes. Although recently rehabilitated, it is already silting up again.

I enjoying communicating ~ it seems to be my forte. I find blogging, emceeing and writing vastly satisfying. What to do? I’m Virgo so have to live up to my astral gifts. Hope you enjoy reading my blogs, specifically http://arareality.blogspot.com In it will be a link to my Emcee blog resume. Reach me if you need me.

angeline.dev
Moderator
Posts: 9
Post Re: Our population
on: September 2, 2010, 23:11

Embun: 99 houses

I enjoying communicating ~ it seems to be my forte. I find blogging, emceeing and writing vastly satisfying. What to do? I’m Virgo so have to live up to my astral gifts. Hope you enjoy reading my blogs, specifically http://arareality.blogspot.com In it will be a link to my Emcee blog resume. Reach me if you need me.

sulimc
Member
Posts: 8
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 2, 2010, 14:22

Hi,
I haven’t tried Fullhouse before, so can’t comment. But I think on par with 1Station, but ingredients fresher in Heaven Cafe. The weekday offers are for lunch RM 6.90 and dinner RM 8.90. Weekends no offer meals.

Cheers!

_
Moderator
Posts: 68
Post Re: Heaven Cafe review
on: September 1, 2010, 23:39

How does it compare with Fullhouse?

Are the value meals valid the whole day?

_
Moderator
Posts: 68
Post Re: Our population
on: September 1, 2010, 19:55

Chelmsford has 46 houses in total.

sulimc
Member
Posts: 8
Post Heaven Cafe review
on: August 30, 2010, 17:23

Heaven Cafe, is located in NZX, a few doors down from the mamak shop at the entrance corner. They had put up buntings all over, and we decided to give it a try last weekend. The first surprise was that the value meals being advertised on the banners for RM 8.90 including soup, is only for weekdays, not weekends.

That’s fine, so we ordered some pasta, chicken chops, chef’s special with drinks, etc. Prices per plate ranged from RM 9.90 to RM 10.90, drinks RM 2 (green tea), RM 2.50 (herbal tea). We were told we would need to wait, as each dish is cooked individually. After about 15 minutes, the first pasta alfredo was served. Sauce was a tad too thick and flavour wasn’t all it could be. Both alfredos we ordered were about the same. The next few orders: satay chicken with rice, a tad too spicy and the chicken chop on tomato sauce, my son said chicken was too soft.

Most plates are served with a small salad and fries, so no complaints in the quantity department. I don’t want to be too critical as I’ve seen so many makan places close down at Ara D’sara. I guess it will take some time for them to improve the taste but improve they must to get returning customers.

Cheers!

sulimc
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Post Re: Our population
on: August 30, 2010, 17:12

Berkeley has 130 units, if I remember the brochure correctly

Cheers!

petplayground
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Post Re: Pets Family Day
on: August 30, 2010, 13:00

We will help you to promote the event.
Went to Taman Desa city park, so many dog there.

Maybe we can start off with small gathering on weekend and get to know each other.

Lim
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Post Re: Pets Family Day
on: August 30, 2010, 11:08

YK

Tks for putting up this notice.

freesia
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Post Re: Pets Family Day
on: August 30, 2010, 11:06

Count me in.. it would be wonderful if this goes ahead…

leeyk
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Post Pets Family Day
on: August 30, 2010, 10:36

Some of you may be awared that Bandar Utama has a Pets Family Day at their Central Park. It is very well attended even from those staying far away.

We are looking at organizing a similar event for Ara Damansarians and our immediate neighbours. However, we are not sure if we will have support.

Please tell us if you will attend such an event. It is likely to be held during the long school holidays in Nov/Dec.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

Avis
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Post Re: Our population
on: August 28, 2010, 18:18

Calarossa has 102 or 103 houses. There are about 5 or 6 houses that are unoccupied.

I’m a mum of three who cares about her neighborhood and would love to see Ara Damansara turning into a green neighborhood where all residents compost their waste and plant more trees.

Hannah
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Post Re: Our population
on: August 27, 2010, 23:55

Palemo = 110 houses

petplayground
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 27, 2010, 17:16

sure, we find more dog kaki for a gathering

jajf@18
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 27, 2010, 00:34

count me in. My dog need more friends

Casarina Resident since Dec 2006

petplayground
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 26, 2010, 15:40

We open till about 730-8pm.

Quote from Wenny on August 26, 2010, 13:42
Your pet shop open until what time?

Lim
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Posts: 38
Post Re: Dog park
on: August 26, 2010, 13:42

Your pet shop open until what time?

petplayground
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 26, 2010, 11:48

Yea, when we can meet up and talk about it?

Can you come over tomorrow?

Lim
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 26, 2010, 09:11

If we are going to organise a dog party over one of our park, anyone interested to participate???

leeyk
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Post Re: Dog park
on: August 26, 2010, 08:41

There are no rules on prohibiting dogs into our park today. However, the expectation is that the dog owners are responsible and to clean up after their dogs do their business.

There are still some dog owners who walk their dogs in the park and don’t feel ashamed leaving the droppings there. Unfortunately I have not been able to catch them but I will one day.

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_
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Post Re: Our population
on: August 25, 2010, 18:17

Leeyk,

FYI, Chelmsford is Phase 2 even though it was launched together with Claremont. Chelmsford is the first design to sport the green street concept and that is essentially a feature that Phase 1 homes do not have.

Lim
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Posts: 38
Post Re: Dog park
on: August 25, 2010, 14:33

Hai William

When r we going to organise our dog party?

petplayground
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Post Dog park
on: August 25, 2010, 11:57

Hi All,

May I know which park allow dog?
Would like to bring dog that boarding with us for a walk.

Thanks

Lim
Member
Posts: 38
Post Re: Our population
on: August 25, 2010, 11:43

Casarina 140 houses

leeyk
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Post Our population
on: August 25, 2010, 08:44

Hi,

I like to do an estimate of our population. If you know the number of housing units in each phase, please update here.

Phase 1
Bayu – ??;Pelangi – ??;Embun – ??;Mutiara – ??;Claremont – ??; Chelmsford – ??

Phase 2
Berkeley – ??;Palemo – ??;Calarosa – ??

Phase 3
Casarina – ??;Atilia/Alissia – ??;Winchester – 188

Other phases
Ara Vista – 120; Ara Hill – 400; Bungalows – ?? Seri Pilmoor – 34 + 74

Sri Ara Apartments – ??

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notnot
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Post Re: School transportation
on: August 23, 2010, 11:11

Hi Gary,

Just want to check is your wife interested to pick-up kid at Shah Alam (15 minutes drive from Ara Damansara)? The school dismiss time is at 2pm. I am actually looking for private transport by lady driver.

petplayground
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Posts: 16
Post Pet Shop
on: August 22, 2010, 22:24

Dear AD Resident,

We have to just business in Dataran Ara Damansara(opposite Do re mi food court). We provide the following services:-

1) Grooming
2) Pet food & accessories
3) Cageless pet hotel
4) Pet day care
5) Pick up & delivery service
6) consultation
7) House visit

Come and visit us at

J-G-6, Jalan PJU1A/20B
Dataran Ara Damansara
47301 Ara Damansara
Selangor.

or call us at 0173638228 or visit our website at http://www.petplaygroundonline.com

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 22, 2010, 18:03

Thank you for your support! We understand there are some phases where a Resident Association (RA) does not exist. Therefore, we are making arrangements to have the forms available at a public location for anyone to drop by to sign.

Anyone above age 18 can participate in this signature campaign and it is NOT restricted to one per household. For example if there are five members in a household above age 18, all 5 may participate in this campaign.

Our target is 1000 signatures so please pass the word around

Please check back on this site for further updates on the location.

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lee lee
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Post Tai Chi class at no charge
on: August 21, 2010, 23:02

Tai Chi

Venue: PJU 1A/19 playground
Day: Every Monday & Thursday
Time: 7.15am – 8.15am
Cost: No charge
Teacher: Mr & Mrs. Yong
Contact: 016-6689 768 (lee lee)

On
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 21, 2010, 22:53

Hi, I would like to participate in signature campaign, could someone tell me how to go about ? such as where, when who to contact. Thank you

stephk
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 21, 2010, 18:10

Hi,

I would like to take part in the signature campaign also. Can you pls let me know when will it be held?

Somehow, I missed last signature campaign held for the high rise next to Petronas, there were no email etc to inform. How can I be updated? Or whom should I contact? Thanks a lot.

JT
Member
Posts: 2
Post Re: Any caterers to recommend?
on: August 19, 2010, 23:59

Hi I’m currently catering from MyLittleWok (http://www.mylittlewok.com) . Been trying them out for roughly a month. Think they are actually quite good (taste and hygiene) and professional.
You can try them if you like . Their number is at their website.

ramz
Member
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 19, 2010, 14:23

i have emailed the photo to leeyk couple of minutes ago.

the “image” icon does not function ie. does not give me the option to upload the photo !

is friday’s meeting @ kedai kopi ara confirmed ?

cheers.

kentau
Member
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 19, 2010, 09:49

Hi Ramz, Could you please send the photo to leeyk asap? Thanks. Is there anyone has the photo of notice board as well?

leeyk
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 19, 2010, 09:39

Pl send the photo to me at leeyk888@yahoo.com. I will put something up by lunch time.

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

kentau
Member
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 19, 2010, 09:30

Can we put this message at the http://www.aradamansara.com front page? Inform more people aware about this issue (bigger project compare to the last one). I can’t join the meeting as I am out from town now. Let us work it out.

leeyk
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Posts: 133
Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 19, 2010, 08:53

I am very concerned with this latest news. Yes, we should do another signature campaign. Can we ask the group that did the previous signature exercise to lead this effort again please? We can re-use most of the materials in the last exercise. As for the signatures, I suggest each RA leads the effort to collect the signature around their neighbourhood and pass to the group.

There is a meeting this Fri at Kedai Ara (which unfortunately I am not able to attend). Can this topic be tabled in that meeting please?

A migrant from a nearby neighbourhood. Plenty of trees, fresh air and breezy conditions makes living here wonderful. Loving it!

kentau
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Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 18, 2010, 22:20

Hi Ramz, when you click reply, you can see the second last icon which indicate image. Please click on this icon and upload your photo. Else please send this photo to our admin email address at admin@aradamansara.com.

ramz
Member
Posts: 10
Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 18, 2010, 21:13

yup.. the notice board is up today !

i have a photo of it but dont know how to upload it here !! any help how it can be done ?

no mention about number of car park except for 2 basement floor.
we have to start working on this. getting the owners of Seri Pilmoor involved, perhaps ?

cheers.

kentau
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 18, 2010, 19:56

Is there notice board there? The due date is less than two week from today. If possible, we should get the signatures asap.

ramz
Member
Posts: 10
Post Another high rise project @ old Puspakom site
on: August 18, 2010, 19:16

Dear fellow Ara Damansarians…..

Looks like we have another battle to fight, this time another commercial development project at the old Puspakom site… bigger than Lembah Penchala’s project…

get this…

6 blocks of 15 storey service apartments 780 units (medium cost – but blanked out),
1 block 4 storey medical centre,
and
1 block 12 storey (180 units) service apartments,
on a 2 storey commerical podium & 2 storey basement car park.

Developer : HSB Development Sdn Bhd.

We have until 30 August 2010 to submit our objection to MBPJ.

Can we kick start our objectin machinery once again ??

cheers.

Brandon
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Post Re: Electrician required
on: August 18, 2010, 13:18

call brandon at 012-235 8399. the shop location is at kota damansara

Mona
Member
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Post Re: New to AD!
on: August 10, 2010, 10:53

Thank you so much for all the usefull information.

And, thank you for this forum, being new to the area, I find myself up to speed about the going-ons in and around AD, and it does makes me feel secure and welcomed.

cheers,
Mona

freesia
Member
Posts: 17
Post Re: Proposed High Rise Project Next to Petronas
on: August 10, 2010, 10:26

No, this particular project is the one next to this ex-Puspakom; but the latest is that there has been another submission to the council for another mixed development (meaning: massive) on this ex-Puspakom land. So, you can imagine the amount of traffic, noise, crime(?), this sort of development will bring soon. Lots of foreign workers to be expected in our area soon too. Better beef up your security folks.

_
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Posts: 68
Post Re: New to AD!
on: August 9, 2010, 19:09

Welcome.

RapidKL is fairly reliable from what I’ve heard.

You may also give Liew a call at +60 12 203 1222 for your electrician needs. Both Liew and Kok Wei have worked on my house before and they are the type who follow set standards to the dot. As such, I do not recommend them if you want a cheap job using unapproved methods/cables.

There is a cleaning service that is based in Ara Damansara. You may call Mr Leow at +60 16 335 5223. He charges RM55.00 for 4 hours. Again, not the cheapest but I’ve found his cleaners ok.

There are 2 gas service trucks that come in almost everyday. One sells Shell, the other sells Esso. I do know that the sundry shops at the low-cost flats in Ara Damansara have a delivery service but I don’t use them.

Carol
Member
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Post Re: THEFT/ROBBERY
on: August 9, 2010, 18:32

I’m also appreciative of my Berkeley RA who has been proactive and go all way out to help ‘protect’ the security surrounding the area.

Carol
Member
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Post Re: Illegal burning
on: August 9, 2010, 18:25

I smell the burning too after work i.e 9pm+. I’m staying at Berkeley and i suspect the burning is behind drain. The smell is terrible and really pollutes the air.

Carol
Member
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Post Re: Proposed High Rise Project Next to Petronas
on: August 9, 2010, 18:20

Is this project located at the ex-Puspakom land?

Mona
Member
Posts: 3
Post New to AD!
on: August 9, 2010, 10:52

Hello there,

My family and I will be moving to Ara Damansara early Sept. We’re very excited about our new home and need some guidance.

I read from the previous forum threads on the recommendations of an electrician (Kok Wei) which was very helpful…thanks for that. Nevertheless, I would welcome other recommendations for electricians.

I will be needing maid services, a maid who could come in once/twice a week to help with household chores and would appreciate recommendations/suggestions.

I also wanted to know from which grocery store could I get gas cyclinders delivered? And is there any grocery store who does home delivery for grocery items?

Last but not least, how reliable is the RapidKL shuttle (T607) from the Kelana Jaya station?

Thank you in advance for your guidance.

cheers,
Mona

robinkkk
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Post ANOTHER COFFEE SHOP
on: August 6, 2010, 23:16

Hi All,
A new eatery has sprung up again nearby Kapitan, Deli-Oasis called Dynasty Kitchen. Family-run (with kids and all!). Pretty good food, nice taste, good price. Asides from their menu – ask for their specials and other new dishes!
Packed during lunch-time!

ktlau33
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Post Re: TM HSBB
on: August 4, 2010, 21:51

Hi

All I can say is i am very satisfy with Unifi, everyone should get one…speedtest reading download 4.61mb/s & upload 4.22mb/s, i did the test while downloading few movies…so you be the judge.

Check out these pic, got it from elsewhere…

http://img.iz.my/gallery_list.php?gal=2&s=0

lee
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Post Re: Any caterers to recommend?
on: August 2, 2010, 16:32

Hi

Did you manage to get one? I am looking for one as well.

Mind sharing if you have one.

Thanks and regards

_
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Posts: 68
Post Re: Electrician required
on: July 28, 2010, 23:03

Call Kok Wei at 012-232 9263

duetsche
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Post Electrician required
on: July 27, 2010, 13:37

I need a electrician to do some wiring, light installations in my house. Anybody can recommend a reliable electrician with reasonable charges?

thank you

kean
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Apartment to Let (Damai crimson)
on: July 26, 2010, 15:03

wow….the crimson apt seems to be quite “HOT” after news of the impending lrt station to be built……

lee
Member
Posts: 10
Post Re: Car pool & tuition
on: July 26, 2010, 09:57

Hi Lim

I am interested in having my son to go for tuition. He is currently in primary one in Yuk Chai.

Could you please call me at 012 283 0027 or alternatively give me your contact number.

Thanks

Mrs Tan

habib
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Post Re: Apartment to Let (Damai crimson)
on: July 25, 2010, 16:20

May I know the renting price, spect and which floor ?

WengKK
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