Saturday, 5 November 2011

Finally we made it : Taman Tamadun Islam.

Its only about 10-15 minutes from our house, yet I didn't have the opportunity to go to this Islamic Civilisation Park during my many trips back to Kuala Terengganu before, even though I've made few trips to Masjid Kristal (Crystal Mosque) nearby with my family and friends.


So a few weeks ago I made a pact with my nephew and nieces that "by hook or by crook", we'd go there during this Eid-ul-Adha holiday season..hehe..


Without much planning after 3pm, off I went to Pulau Wan Man with Nazeem, Faraheen, Batrisyia and Balqees.


The entrance to Taman Tamadun Islam.



Paid the entrance tickets for RM35.00 in total (free for children below 7 years), we each received this "passport".



They wanted to take the tram ride but the driver was no where in sight.



@ mini "Masjid Negara"(National Mosque) of  Kuala Lumpur



Opposite "Taj Mahal" of India.



"Kubbah As-Sakhrah" of Palestine



@ "Aleppo Citadel", Spain


A few more photos to share :



video




Being in "Taman Tamadun Islam"[further info (here)] was like a journey to many places of the world. We were pleasantly surprised about the place as apart from the walkabouts, we also took the time to go into some theaters for the video presentations and the expeditions held at those places...interesting indeed for me and the kids.


Taman Tamadun Islam Corporate Video







It took us almost 2 hours to make the round but still, at some places we didn't cover fully as the smaller kids were restless, and at the end of it they (especially Balqees) were tired due to all the walking...


Ok, next time we'll use the tram or even hire the bicycles..hehe.






After all that, we had some refreshments here..



video



And before we went back, we made a de-tour to Masjid Kristal ("Crystal Mosque")





They were still sporting enough to pose for this photo, the other two wished to stay in the car.



Happy with our achieved target, we promised to go to the Museum Losong next time, InsyaAllah, though Nazeem did say,



"Scary laa Che Na"



mmm..do I dare? hahaha...



:-)


18 comments:

Hakeem said...

Pasti sangat menyenangkan liburan idul adhanya ...

Cheqna said...

Hakeem,

Alhamdulillah, saat bersama keluarga sesuatu yang menyenangkan dan dihargai.

Hope yours had been good as well.

:-)

Soulful said...

very nice pictures! thanks for sharing, following you now!

Cheqna said...

Soulful,

thank you for the support.

:-)

ツ Bieaz ツ said...

bestnya gi santai kat sana...

Bie blm pnh gi sana gi :(

tiefazatie said...

wah..sis balik kg jln2 eh?

thomas said...

Interesting mosques but i think i was there before you,He!he!
I went to the Terengganu Museum and Masjid Crystal on my way back from Instep Batu Rakit(showing a friend the place)

Cheqna said...

Bie,

bila2 masa kita tak busy and you nak nak datang over here let me know, datang cuti2 Terengganu..hehe

:-)

Cheqna said...

Ifa,

sesekali jadi pelancong negeri sendiri..hehe..

:-)

Cheqna said...

Thomas,

You must have passed by my kampung then, but most probably I was in KL..hehe.

I can make it to the Museum soon I hope!

:-)

Best travel site said...

Nice mosque I would like to be there.

Cheqna said...

Best travel site,

You can always arrange your next trip here..hehe

:-)

ninotaziz said...

I yearn to go to Terengganu. My friend the world famous kite flyer is there. The museum, and now this park. The boats of immense character and history.

The land of Awang Sulong Merah Muda calls me.

Cheqna said...

Ninot dear,

Lets plan mini reunion in KT.. :-)

lina@happy family said...

What an amazing place to visit!
Thanks for taking me to your wonderful trip...

Cheqna said...

Lina,

you are welcome, glad you enjoyed it.

:-)

FiSh said...

wow so many places you've been before! how bout the one at putrajaya? :)

Cheqna said...

Fish,

Only small part of the world. Have been to Putrajaya few times, but I still many places yet to cover.

:-)

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