Wawasan 0pen University (WOU) is a non-profit open learning institution in Malaysia. If you ever thinking of pursuing to higher education, WOU is a place for you to continue your study via Open Distance Learning (ODL).
This university is provide equal opportunities for all working adults that wish to pursue higher and various skills in their job assignment. It also a key for self-promotion in your career.
Let’s start with myself. I got my degree @ 2006 in MY and graduate @ 2007 in SG which I study via distance learning. With a degree, I can easily reach the level that I want in my job, however, I feel that I lack of some knowledge that require me to perform confidently in my job.
Weekend hiking has become my daily routine since I wanted to keep my stamina on-going. This week is kinda different due to my colleagues decided to join me as I always talk about my weekend activity. That’s FRIM (Forest Research Institute Malaysia).
Waterfall @ FRIM
In year 2008, I visited FRIM for more than 10 times. Compare to 2 years ago which is my first time to FRIM, we were bring around by a guide. The place is so strange to me that time. But not nowadays. It’s my routine outing during the weekend.
Carpark is FREE at outside the entrance. If want to drive into FRIM, you need to pay RM5 per car (included driver) and RM1 per person as entrance fees.
Taman Rimba Ampang
28 December 2008
It’s located far away at the end of Jln Ampang. In fact, if you drive until the end of Jln Ampang, you will discover the road name change to Jalan Bukit Belacan. As long as the road is connected, drive until you see this entrance.
Happy 2009. Welcome to the first day of the year. First post here. A hope, a future, a plan and an achievement. I foresee myself will continue to put effort in career, health, relationship and traveling.
My last year resolution will be continue this year. In some aspect, I will do to bring up my level and continue to pursue for result. So, you will see some “Advance” resolution here.
KL in the countdown mode. Getting ready…
I was like errr…not doing countdown for few years already. As this year is going to be different, I went up to Nga Nga hill nearby my house. It was less than 3km and I could take a breathtaking view from uphill.