“Alhamdulillaah. Rumah rumah di Kg Parit Sidang Seman, Perkampungan Warisan di Sungai Rambai, Negeri Melaka mulai mengibarkan bendera Malaysia sempena bulan kebangsaan dan kempen kibar Jalur Gemilang tahun 2019 bertemakan Sayangi Malaysiaku Malaysia Bersih”
Kata Tuan Hj Rosnan semalam melalui sebuah laman Kumpulan WhatApp. Beliau juga merupakan anak jati kampung Sungai Rambai itu juga merupakan Pengerusi Surau dan Madrasah Kampung Warisan tersebut.
“Mari kita bersama sama meraikan hari bersejarah negara yang kita cintai. MERDEKA !!! MERDEKA !!! MERDEKA !!!”, tambah Hj Rosnan lagi.
Tinjauan kami mendapati kampung Warisan ini sedang giat memasang bendera disepanjang jalan jalan kampung itu secara bergotong royong bersama anak anak penduduk kampung, ianya wajarlah dicontohi oleh kampung yang lain di Sungai Rambai; begitu juga hendaknya dengan kampung yang lain di Melaka.
I visited Melaka Bird Park (under PBT) in March 2018. This is our review. Currently, the Melaka bird park is being restored to meet the needs of specific entrepreneurs who have great potential for tourism
Having opened in 2013, this is one of the newer additions to the many attractions in the Ayer Keroh district of Melaka.
According to their display graphic there are 24 different species of bird here including various types of parrot, lory, parakeet, duck, macaw, cockatoo, lorikeet, pigeon and dove. The star of the show is the Indian Peacock showing off his magnificent plumage.
Basically the park is one large aviary under cover of a vast net held up by lofty metal towers. There is a high canopy walkway proving a bird’s eye view of the park. There is a lift to the canopy if you are not able to climb the stairs or if you find the stairs blocked by screeching macaws.
The birds here are really tame and accustomed to humans. If you buy some bird food the lory and parrots will literally eat from the palm of your hand as well as perch on your shoulders and head. Kids will certainly enjoy this place.
This bird park is not as big asKL Bird Parkand the vegetation is not as lush but it does mean that the birds are easier to spot. It is also a lot cheaper than KL Bird Park.
Other facilities here include a restaurant, a souvenir kiosk, a herb garden, a man-made waterfall and, outside the park entrance, a boardwalk and a viewing tower (which was closed for repairs).