Nilai (Chinese: 汝来) is a town located in Seremban District, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Due to its proximity, and connection through the KTM to Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and Kuala Lumpur International Airport, it is a rapidly growing town. Development projects can be seen as one drives around Nilai. Two of Malaysia's most well-known colleges and two universities are located in Nilai: Nilai University, INTI International University, Manipal International University, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia and Islamic University College of Malaysia. As a result, the town is occupied by students from all over the world. Students from over 30 countries can be seen in Nilai.
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4.5 based on 643 reviews
Last F1 event held in Malaysia. Its quite good race but compare to back then, more merrier if i could give more comparison. Racer last incident in last event held in Malaysia, hope will be more event to revive this place. Heard MotoGP quite active in here. Well keep up good work, wish more event will be on in the future.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Visited here with friends. What a fabulous peaceful and tranquil place. If you plan to visit, please be respectful. Men will not be allowed in if wearing shorts - you will be offered a sarong to wear over the top. Ladies will be allowed in if wearing a head covering. If not, a robe, complete with hood will be offered. It is expected that footwear will be removed. Once inside, you will experience the tranquility of the place. It’s beautiful architecture will captivate you. It is all steel construction, but it is based on mediaeval designs, and the sweeping arches are reminiscent of cathedrals in the U.K. the design is clever. The Mosque is surrounded by water, and as the air inside heats up, it passes into the dome, and draws air in through the open sides, over the water, where it is cooled, and then into the building. Despite the heat outside, it was a pleasant temperature inside. This place is truly worth a visit if you have time.
4 based on 148 reviews
one way to start of your day. please try visit early in the morning and you can understand what i meant. to avoid human and trafic, do not go on weekend. you need to pay for parking. also, there's stall where you can buy drinks and foods. to conclude, best place to rilexing. all hard works when climbing paid wells!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
All the following is history. The building and grounds are an incredible experience. Be sure to go up the outdoor steps (for those without ambulation issues) and enjoy the Gardens where Mary and Elizabeth once strolled. This was one of the most serene and peaceful sites I experienced in Jerusalem. It is an active church, so decorum and respect of worshipers at prayer is expected.
Church of the Visitation in Jerusalem’s Ein Karem district is the site where the newly pregnant mother of Jesus met with her cousin Elizabeth, the pregnant mother of John the Baptist (Luke 1:39–56: “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb”). Tradition has it that Mary recited her song of praise, the Magnificat (Latin for “my soul magnifies the Lord”, aka the Song of Mary). John is believed to be six months older than Jesus. (One accompanying photo depicts one statue more “pregnant” than the other.)
Tradition attributes the first church was constructed for Helena of Constantinople [Istanbul], who identified this site as the home of Zachary, John’s father, and where Elizabeth and her infant son hid from Herod’s soldiers. The church was inaccessible to Christian pilgrims in the Muslim siege of Jerusalem in 638AD. Crusaders in the 11th century erected a 2-story church on the ancient ruins found here, but by 1480 Armenian monks report only uninhabitable ruins. Franciscans purchased the property in 1679 but did little to the ruins, believing it to be sacrilege to alter the historic religious site. The grounds were excavated in 1937 (when Hitler had seized control of German, and the year before Kristallnacht, “Night of Broken Glass,” when Nazis broke windows of businesses owned by Jews). The Franciscans began construction on the present edifice incorporating all extant Byzantine and Crusader remains as part of the new shrine.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Looking for toys, materials, carpets, car assessories, wedding assessories, clothings, curtains, lightings, restaurants, vegetables? Nilai 3 Shopping Complex, have it. Shop for the best bargain. Come in the morning or evening as it is good to walk-about. Park your vehicle & walk. Most shops selling similar products or repeats. Buy, if the price is affordable.
3.5 based on 408 reviews
[email protected] is sandwiched between the drop-off and Main Terminal, [email protected] is the bustling integrated complex that will welcome estimated 25 million passengers into the largest terminal for low cost carriers in the world. These millions include not just passengers but meeters and greeters from all over the nation, and shoppers from surrounding residential districts in Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Nilai, Bangi, Sepang - just to name a few. With 350,000 square feet of net lettable area spanning over eight levels, a 5,600-bay multi-storey car park and a fresh mall-within-airport concept, it is fertile territory for success. [email protected] can be easily reached via buses, taxis, coaches, rented vehicles and as well as train.
Enough written about the airport ! it’s a great airport except for long walk to the further boarding gates for older folks. You will lose some calories along the way
after loading up your calories
Best of all , there is live entertainment during festive seasons,eg lion dances and even live bands playing fav songs like Hotel California and Despacito! you don’t get this into other airports including world s best airports like Changi which can be pretty clinical with out the liveliness
4.5 based on 850 reviews
We arrived at the mosque around 1.30 PM when it was closed for prayers. We waited until 2.0 pm for the gates to be opened to general public. As we were nonmuslim my wife was required to put on an additional dress before entering the mosque.
We were impressed with this beautiful mosque on the banks of the river Putra.
5 based on 5 reviews
Went with a couple of friends twice to try out their indoor Karting.
There is a common airconditioned area for visitors as well as drivers to rest before their races.
There is also an outdoor area for you to view the races.
These people take their business seriously. I remember the first time the track was quite dusty which resulted in a lot of skidding. We provided this feedback to the management and the next time I was there the difference was incredible! Almost no skidding due to dust which resulted in better times.
I highly recommend this place whether you're looking for a fun place for casual driving or even if you wish to organize competitive races. Do give them a go!
3.5 based on 402 reviews
Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA SEPANG (MOP) is a factory outlet shopping mall located 60km from KL and 6km from KLIA and klia2. Advocating a factory outlet concept, MOP offers a myriad of upper-middle to high-end off seasoned brands and products at attractive discounts and not forgetting a Japanese Specialty Store (Japan Avenue), introducing Japanese Art, Culture, Music and Culinary Delights.
There's lots of halal food store in this outlet which was good because I brought my Muslims friends from overseas here for lunch and shopping before sending them to the airport , Mitsui Outlet provide free shuttle bus from the airport too . We went to perfume shops , chocolate shops , Japanese outlets and etc . So far so good
4.5 based on 234 reviews
This Lake is quiet pretty and one can take a ride of this lake through cruise available however at Malaysia they charge hefty money from tourist and are not even ashamed of doing the same. As per them, Malaysian government have started charging hefty money from tourist and asked their citizens too to do the same where the cost have increased almost by 5 times since September 2017. So if any body plans for the trip to Malaysia and have travelled earlier, please keep the money extra accordingly because you need to pay for every small things as a tourist. But yes don't miss to visit this lake and all the Bridges constructed around this lake.
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