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Bangunan Anjung Alaf Baru, Presint 2, Putrajaya
Phone: +6013 606 7710
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Umai Cafe provide various kinds of hot dishes such as thai cuisine, Malay cuisine, 'mee rebus Umai', 'utara' laksa, 'utara' vermicelli soup, 'nasi lemak', western food, various types of porridge and the most customers at Umai Cafe favorites are banana balls, prawn fritters, coconut and banana pancakes.

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24 Lorong Burmah, Penang
Phone: 04-6998800

The Dhammikarama Burmese Temple that locates opposite the more popular Wat Chaiyamangalaram Thai Buddhist temple actually has a much earlier period in its development history. Based on the record, it was founded way back in 1803 (officially, it was 1st. August, 1803). The 200+ years old temple was formerly called Nandy Moloh Burmese temple. According to temple's record, the land was purchased by a Burmese, NONYA BETONG from a British named George Layton for 390 Spanish dollar with official permission granted by Lt Governor Prince of Wales Island, George Leith Baronet. After receiving the land grant title, NONYA BETONG donated the land for the construction of Dhammikarama temple. Even today, the lane that houses two distinctive temples is named Burmese lane (many streets and alleys in Penang island still retained old British names). Technically, this Burmese temple can be regarded as the earliest Burmese Buddhist temple in Malaysia.

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14, Lebuh Buckingham, Penang
Phone: +604-2293048

The Kapitan Keling Mosque which is situated on a busy street named after it, is the largest historic mosque in George Town. Bathed in cream and topped with large Mughal-style domes, crescents and stars, the Kapitan Keling Mosque features a madrasah for religious classes and a towering minaret from which the sound of the azan or call to prayer can be heard. Graceful arches sweep along its outer passageway allowing a cool breeze to waft through, while within the sanctuary, soaring Gothic arches open onto Moorish and Roman arces of celestial white, giving even more depth to the already spacious prayer hall.

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Penang National Park, Penang
Phone: +604-8813530

The Penang National Park spans 1,213ha of land and sea and is used by scientists, researchers, and nature lovers to explore its natural treasures. Previously known as the Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, this pristine site is known to harbour 417 flora and 143 fauna species. Pantai Acheh Forest Reserve, located at the northwestern tip of Penang, was declared the Penang National Park in April 2003.

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Jalan Masjid, Presint 1, Putrajaya

Cosmopolitan dining in Putrajaya comes in the form of the Selera Putra food hall which is located at the Sisiran Putrajaya, Dataran Putra in Precinct 1. The food hall which is flanked by Masjid Putra, offers a wide variety of international and local delights to tempt your palate.

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Putrajaya Lake, Putrajaya
Phone: +603 8000 8000

The lake is at the southern part of the Wetland Park, Putrajaya. The 400 hectares Putrajaya Lake was created by inundating the valleys of Sungai Chuau and Sungai Bisa. The dam was completed in May 1998 and the impoundment of the Phase 1A Lake commenced in September 1998 and was fully inundated in January 1999. The lake has been primarily designed to enhance the aesthetic appeal of Putrajaya.

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