Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Monday, 16 February 2009

BBRAeNews No.45 - Early Morning Hours.


BBRA Moment of Beauty.
Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.
The goal of this blog is also to show at lease one moment of beauty for each day. We can all benefit from taking some time each day to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.
A new lovely photo or image is presented every day. From bright images of flowers and landscape to solemn photos of religious status in shadow, to little hands discovering new things. BBRA Moment of Beauty will offer you a wonderful new surprise each day. Why you will like this site is because it is very family friendly and will brings a smile or moment of happiness of so.

5 comments:

John said...

Yes, Bandar Botanic has its beautiful side but also the ugly side as well - the indiscriminate parking by house owners. A 2-way lane becomes a single lane because the car bonnets protruding onto the road. Some claimed the park this way because of lack of parking space. Well, why not park your car or cars inside your house!

Choo Keang Wooi said...

I am constantly using E-aduan to communicate with MPK to solve the landscape and cleanliness issue at mostly Phase 2, 3, 5. Hope other members of the community can do so as well. However, sometimes they don't take action. The dustbin issue is a problem as they are not constantly cleaned. But my complain about the weed in the lake seems to work as it was being removed now.
Replanting is another matter to bring up. Look at the Tai Chi garden and orchid garden, most plants are dried or dead after 6 years. Some bushes at Phase 3 and 5also has similar fate.

khairil said...
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khairil said...

BBotanic has another freebie to offer. Yes....Some residents can stoop so low as to invite their friends to come and park their cars along the residential roads around their house and dissapear..WHY? Because these cheepskates dont have to pay for parking and security is provided free by the homeguard services which is being paid for by other residents. Just drive along Cassia 7 you'll see a Volvo which has been parked there for the last 1 month.

ganesh said...

if cars are parked for onths without moving them, report to mpk to be towed away