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  1. #106
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    anybody staying in KU can tell us whether the air condition there? it's very hazy lately....especially Johan SEtia,kota kemuning and klang area...

  2. #107
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    Quite hazy when I drive home at night, and can even smell the burning smell.

    As for security charges, it's RM50 per month. But service is quite good so far, when my house alarm went off, I will get a call from my alarm system, and immediately I called the security guard house and ask them to check on my house, within 5-10 minutes, then will SMS me back telling me the house looks okay or not.

  3. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by termibait
    anybody staying in KU can tell us whether the air condition there? it's very hazy lately....especially Johan SEtia,kota kemuning and klang area...
    Frm bukit tinggi klang to near the kesas toll (near jln kebun exit) it looks horribly hazy and yellow at night. Don't believe me, can always go to jusco bkt tinggi car park and look at the view from the 3rd/4th storey.. on a bad day the haze even penetrates into your car.

    PS. Everynight also hazy, sometimes only one side (either bkt tinggi OR j.kebun side) is hazy depending on the wind direction.. Since parts of kota kemuning is like next to the kesas toll.. u can imagine how good the air can be

  4. #109
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    anyone knows of any reputable/have good experience with kindergarten in kota kemuning/bukit rimau area? appreciate some comments, be it pros or cons.

    thanks.

  5. #110
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    I send my daughter to Tadika Tunas Riang at Bukit Rimau (http://www.tadikatunasriang.com).

    Pros: Is set up as a proper kindergarten with uniforms, classrooms, canteen, trilingual syllabus and even mini toilet seats . Security is emphasized with the autogate being locked during school hours and only staff and teachers can buzz you in. Student drop-off and pick-up is well controlled and systematic with focus on safety. Daycare is also available for those who need it.

    Cons: Slightly more expensive but keep in mind this is not your typical corner lot terrace house nursery cum preschool.

  6. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITguy
    I send my daughter to Tadika Tunas Riang at Bukit Rimau (http://www.tadikatunasriang.com).

    Pros: Is set up as a proper kindergarten with uniforms, classrooms, canteen, trilingual syllabus and even mini toilet seats . Security is emphasized with the autogate being locked during school hours and only staff and teachers can buzz you in. Student drop-off and pick-up is well controlled and systematic with focus on safety. Daycare is also available for those who need it.

    Cons: Slightly more expensive but keep in mind this is not your typical corner lot terrace house nursery cum preschool.
    are you staying in KU too? how old is your daughter when she joins this kindie? is it available for kids from 4-6?

    tried to have a look on the web page on not much info available.

    what kind of syllabus are offered in this kindie and what are the semester and monthly fees?

    appreciate your feedback. thanks.

  7. #112
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    Yeah, the web page is pretty sparse. Don't know why they even bother putting it up. Don't judge them by the website though. I'd suggest you call them up and arrange for a visit. When I was checking them out last time, the principal personally took us on a tour of the school and patiently explained how they operate and what was taught. And bring your kid along...it's important that he/she likes the environment.

    I don't know much of the details (my wife takes care of all these ) but roughly speaking:

    1. Yes, available for 4-6. My daughter joined from 3+ years.
    2. Fees about RM280 monthly + 400 half-yearly for materials + misc (uniform, etc...around 100++, if I'm not mistaken).
    3. Syallabus...hmmm, reading, writing (English, Malay and Mandarin), counting, arts and craft, PE, etc.

  8. #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITguy
    Yeah, the web page is pretty sparse. Don't know why they even bother putting it up. Don't judge them by the website though. I'd suggest you call them up and arrange for a visit. When I was checking them out last time, the principal personally took us on a tour of the school and patiently explained how they operate and what was taught. And bring your kid along...it's important that he/she likes the environment.

    I don't know much of the details (my wife takes care of all these ) but roughly speaking:

    1. Yes, available for 4-6. My daughter joined from 3+ years.
    2. Fees about RM280 monthly + 400 half-yearly for materials + misc (uniform, etc...around 100++, if I'm not mistaken).
    3. Syallabus...hmmm, reading, writing (English, Malay and Mandarin), counting, arts and craft, PE, etc.
    RM280 monthly fees is for 4 year old? From the pics, it looks like a big kindie. will definitely drop by.

    do u know how many students per class and how many teacher per class?

  9. #114
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    The RM280 might be standard for all ages, I'm not sure. Students should be around 20 per class.

  10. #115
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    Quote Originally Posted by ITguy
    The RM280 might be standard for all ages, I'm not sure. Students should be around 20 per class.
    thanks for the info.

    did you survey other kindies before choosing tunas riang? any particular reason for choosing this kindie?

  11. #116
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    Nah, I was satisfied with what I saw, so didn't bother with the rest. As far as I know, some people are quite happy with the kindergarten in Chinese Taipei International School as well as CEC in Bukit Rimau.

  12. #117
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    hi all, m looking for house here, any unit available here? budget 250k-300k.

  13. #118
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    Police road-block are frequent now...You can see it when exiting from the 2nd roundabout to 1st roundabout. When we asked the policeman, they said there is a few robbery(at gated and guarded bungalow lot) and they hope to prevent it.

    Then.. i heard that a robber break into a kindergarden to rob a car. Nobody was hurt. Later that car was recovered and used in another robbery.

    Really hope more police presence will deter criminal from coming here. When i jog past them today, i show them a thumb up for their effort.
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  14. #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyay
    Police road-block are frequent now...You can see it when exiting from the 2nd roundabout to 1st roundabout. When we asked the policeman, they said there is a few robbery(at gated and guarded bungalow lot) and they hope to prevent it.
    good to see them being pro-active

    Really hope more police presence will deter criminal from coming here. When i jog past them today, i show them a thumb up for their effort.
    While they are on the case they might check a few trucks that run through KK/Bukit Rimau like the bakery trucks and others just to avoid paying the toll which in doing so add unnecessarily to congestion and danger to children.


  15. #120
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    Quote Originally Posted by joewong
    hi all, m looking for house here, any unit available here? budget 250k-300k.
    Try Aranda, Phase 1, those 20x70 types. It is a nice neighborhood. Wide road, horse shoe design, and lots of small parks. Last year some were going for RM250.00 but price has gone up for this year. Basic units should be within your budget.

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