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Rabu, 24 Februari 2010


Selasa, 23 Februari 2010

Today, regulary i'm going back home at lunch hour..but I really shocked that the Buddha Temple at Kampung Cina was burned because the lighted was the main factor occurred. I have visited to Temple last month for Urban Conservation at Kampung Cina. i just take several interior picture for our data collection. It's really bad for community at Kg Cina because one of the historical building.

Trip to Kelantan..

Isnin, 22 Februari 2010
The vegetation chinese food and cut & paste games pen...

Our songket pensel box souvenior among winner..

Waiting the food at Fara Stall Kota Bahru..New menu..Sultane rice..

Ready on the line...

Last week i was going to Kelantan (17,18,19,20 Febuary 2010)..the east coast state in Malaysia. The location is most beautiful with priority of Malay culture and islamic influenced. The travelling almost 10 hours from Tg Malim with bus. The main objective to going there is for participated in Innovative & Creative Convensyen 2010 at Malaysia Science University Kubang Kerian. I was arrived from hometown on tuesday evening and moved to Kelantan at Wenesday morning. The bus through to Simpang Pulai,Cameron Highland and Gua Musang to the place.

I'm so tired but feel energy enjoy the journey. We arrived to Grand Riverview Hotel at 5.30 pm and I was share room with Megat who is the administration stuf but he going back to arrange a his brother in law wedding ceremony. I left lonely at hotel and try to get my kelatanese friend but they're not around. At night we are going HUSM for rehearsal presentation. Everything in a good condition. We're find somewhere to get the dinner at the nearest stall beside the road. After that we were going to Wakaf Che Yeh.

The second day was opening ceremony,i was wake up lately because can't slept in better way because i'm not comforted to slept lonely..in other words..afraid!!..kakakaka..We went Grand Hall HUSM for join opening ceremony and the first presenter group were present about they innovative product. After final presentation at the evening we will go back to hotel for rest and prepared our presentation at night. After dinner at small grocery for nasi bungkus ayam goreng (The rice folded with chicken fried)..

The room no 217 is our port to prepare and practise for speaking presentation. At the same time, we try to do adjustment or admendment several slide because we're presenter number 01. After discussion,i was going to lobby to get wifi server for finish homework. At 2pm,suddenly,the mental women (looked likes normal) was enter in to the hotel and crying after looked me. I'm so shocked at stay at the moment after the guard move the girl outside. In my mind,maybe the girls was heart broken after her boyfren left her alone. I walk faster althought my leg was hurt. I'm feel so confius.

The next day, my group were wake up early went to HUSM to prepare the lap top and LCD was working in good condition after breakfast frontal river view side. At that moment,i felt very hard to walk because my leg is too hurt. But i try to walk properly at stage. 'Senggara' group presentation so smooth and good presentation but we still have lack of the process to make it tought. The judges looked likes our SEG09 short form 'Safety Emergency Grilled 2009'.

After presentation,we went back to hotel. I felt so sicked on my leg and cannot walk properly. So i decided to left at hotel and do my homework at hotel lobby. I'm so sad because i just spent time at hotel lobby. I saw people in and out at that lobby area,sometime our entourage fiscal to know what i'm doing that time. I have chatting with one of Profesor who are joined our entourage. His only regular with 8 childrens and 3 of them got married. He told about his life and experience to be husband and father. We forgot the time very fast and need to dress up for Gala night.

At the Gala night the organiser will announced who will win the categories listed. Anyway, we're not sad after no nominated to win any categories but felt sad after we don't get the photo potret because our photo was damage..Huhuhu..

With the Chinese food menu,the waitres served time to time with 9 food servings. I'm not really like it and just take the several foods. After event,i'm going to room and try to handle my left leg sprains. I'm so hungary and just drink a water. My group was going out to nearest kopitiam. I try to checked the hotel menu but the prices are not comparetative...huhuhu...I just slept without switch off the television with the cold temperature which it cannot control..Huhuhu...

At early morning after prayer, i just try to prepared the begs for checkout quickly and to have breakfast. After left my bag at the lobby ,i get the great breakfast and feel so happy. I take my break same table with other group from uitm Sarawak and chatting for the moment..I just say 'I never going there'...maybe if i have oppourtunity..i wil visit Borneo Island. When i walk the to the lobby,one of auntie cal me 'Why your leg?..I just say 'I have sprains before that'..She advice me to use leg support but i have that and felt not comforted to wear.

The bus arrived the hotel at 9.30am and start to going back. Along the road,we just stop at Machang,Gua Musang,Cameron Highland and Bikam to take 5 and shopping. We arrived at UPSI at 7.30 was Maghrib time...Just warmed the car engine, i went to Pasar Minggu to bought same food for dinner.

I felt happy but sometime felt sad because i can't walk more place at Kota Bharu. Maybe nextime i wll visit there..:)

Photo of Kampung Cina

Selasa, 16 Februari 2010

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Kampung Cina:Chinatown of Kuala Terengganu

Isnin, 15 Februari 2010
The main gateway at Jalan Bandaran.

The colourful of trontal facade among the shophouses.

Eye bird view from Payang Market.

The combination Oriental and Baroque architecture style.

The lifestyle along the road of Kampung Cina,trishaw service still operated.

Most visitors are often unaware how deep Kuala Terengganu's Chinatown roots are. Alcoh Wong and K.B. Liew dig deep into this heritage zone to reveal its precious contributions to Terengganu's rich socio-historical tapestry while Cathay Chong captures its essence on snapshots.

As it has always been a place of unique historical and cultural character, it is no wonder that Kuala Terengganu's Kampung Cina (Chinatown) is now regarded as a heritage attraction for both local and foreign tourists. Sprouting from joint restoration and preservation efforts between the Terengganu State Government, the Kuala Terengganu Municipal Council and three Chinese associations (Terengganu Chinese Assembly Hall, Terengganu Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, and Terengganu Hainan Association), Chinatown has been given a boost for tourism in the region.

As history goes in the Chinese records, Terengganu, Kelantan and Pahang were vassal states of Sri Vijaya, a powerful kingdom from the 7th to 14th centuries. Sri Vijaya maintained a close relationship with China and tribute missions were sent by Sri Vijaya to China between 906 and 1178 A.D. The descendants of Chinese sojourners and settlers - whose origins are traceable to that period - are still found at the trading ports and coastal settlements of Terengganu, including that of Kuala Terengganu.

Various Chinese records and annals - dated as far back as the 10th century (Song Dynasty) have referred to the ports of Terengganu. Javanese records of the Kingdom of Majapahit in the 14th century also placed Kuala Terengganu,Paka and Dungun on their list of trading centres.While the Indians and the Arabs traded and settled on the west coast, the sea-faring Khmers and Chinese were probably regular visitors to the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia for many centuries. From the 16th century onwards, the Chinese population increased gradually, and some established permanent communities.

It is believed that Admiral Cheng Ho (Zheng He) of China - the Goodwill Ambassador of the Ming Dynasty - led a huge fleet of about 200 vessels with approximately 28,000 marine officers and crew to the shores of Kuala Terengganu in the year of 1414 A.D. This is based on evidence from a map of places visited by Cheng Ho, during his 4th trip to the west. Right after the visit of Cheng Ho/ Zheng He, Chinese farmers from the coast of China, especially the people from Zhangzhou District of Hokkien Province settled at Bukit Datu (Big City), and along the river bank of Sungai Nerus. The Chinese forefathers named Sungai Nerus as Sampokang (Cheng Ho's River) and built a temple at Kampung Jeram - Sampokong Keramat Cheng Ho.

When Alexander Hamilton and Captain Joseph Jackson visited Kuala Terengganu in 1719-1720 and 1764 respectively, the presence of Chinese settlers was noted down in their records. Alexander wrote: " Trangano ........ about one thousand houses in it, not built in regular streets, ....... The Town is above half-peopled with Chinese, who have a good trade for three to four Jonks yearly, .......

The product of the country are Pepper and Gold, which are mostly exported by the Chinese. About 300 tons are the common Export of Pepper, ........".
Kuala Terengganu was also described by T.J. Newbold in 1893: "...... the Malay town of Terengganu in 1828 was large and populous .... The Chinese are numerous, and live principally in strong brick-built houses, which now exhibit every appearance of an old and long established colony. The Chinese population of the town is estimated at 600, that of the Malays from 15,000 to 20,000".

Possible sea routes which ancestors of Chinese took to reach Kuala Terengganu and establish settlements are shown on top while internal migration between Kampung Chepoh, Losong, Bukit Datu, Kampung Tirok and Kampung Cina is illustrated. Of course, intra-migration between Kampung Tirok and other early Chinese settlements such as Wakaf Tapai, Pulau Bahagia and so forth, are also possible.

The Chinese settlers in Kuala Terengganu before 1900 were not homogeneous for they comprise of Hokkiens, Hainanese and Cantonese. According to Munshi Abdullah who visited Kuala Terengganu in 1836, there was a large Chinese quarter with a Kapitan Cina (Chinese leader) named Kapitan Lim Eng Huat (1798-1847), who was the third Kapitan of Chinatown. He probably saw the concrete bridge being built during Sultan Mohammad's period (1837-1839).
According to historical records, there were 7 Kapitans in Chinatown: Teo Tioh Eng (1736-1820), Kow Geok Seng (1782- ), Lim Eng Huat (1798-1847), Kow Teck Lee (1810- ), Low Kian Tee, Wee Teck Siew and Kow Swee Leng. There were also 4 Low Tiews (Jurubahasa) who assisted the local government to manage the Chinese Community's affairs.

The Low Tiews were Lim Keng Sing (1820-1849), Lim Keng Hoon (1825-1882), Lim Kian Mou and Lim Kian Siew ( -1911). The Kapitans and Low Tieys were all Hokkien who were the earliest and largest group of Chinese settles in Chinatown and hence, the Hokkien dialect is commonly used by the Chinese community.

By the mid-1800s, the Chinese population of Kuala Terengganu increased tremendously as new Chinese immigrants arrived. Kuala Terengganu, which is strategically located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, was a natural stopping point for those who plied the trade route from China to South East Asia in the early days. Kampung Cina became the most densely populated area for the Chinese community in Kuala Terengganu.

Today, a stroll along Chinatown from the Kampung Cina Arch as the commencing point one has a nostalgic feeling as if he is stepping back into time. Two rows of shophouses of 236 which dated back to the late 1800s flank the road. One row of shophouses is built along the riverside on the right side of the mouth of Terengganu river. Many of these shophouses have extensions to as far back facing the river. In the early days, the river was the essential mode of transport.
Some of these extensions date back to times when the riverside shophouses had back entrances and jetties for loading and unloading goods from boats. Today, at the back of some of these riverside shophouses are jetties where speedboats dock.

At the back of the other row of shophouses you will find a hawkers selling various types of economic local food both Malay and Chinese. An old well which dates back to more than a hundred years is also located nearby. It is known as the Low Tiey Well. During the early settlement days, the term Low Tiey meant both that of Chinese translator and Chinese community leader. The water in the well was used for drinking and washing. The well was also believed to have been excavated and constructed in 1875 by Low Tiey Lim Keng Hoon (1820-1882).

Chinatown has been acclaimed as a part of Malaysia's living history of shophouse architecture, revealing a spectrum of architecture from the earliest wooden and Baroque, to 1920s Art Deco and post-Modernism all on one street. Many of the Chinese in Chinatown are the descendants of the early settlers. Till today, signboards on shopfronts prove that many of these families still live here - namely the Wees, Lims, Tans, Teos and Phuahs. You can see a lot of Chinese characters carved on the antique Doors and Panels.

Shophouse No. 177 of Jalan Bandar is the "generation" home of Madame Teo. The shophouse - Chop Teo Lian Hin - is today better known for its durian kuih (durian cake), pulut panggang (roasted glutinous rice) and keropok (fish crackers) which Madam Teo makes for sale. There are many more local delicacies such as paong (small bread), cimkuah (crab cake), and satay (sweetened roast meat) available for sale along this old Chinatown street. Restoran Sin Pin Siang (Ah Hong Coffee Shop) serves breakfast which includes a choice of the delicacies mentioned above. There are also several other reasonably-priced restaurants such as Restoran Chen Chen, Restoran Chan Wah Loi, Restoran Guan, Restoran Golden Dragon, Restoran Sik Wai Sin, Restoran Ho 183, Kedai Makan Soon Kee, Restoran Teck Lai, Kopitiam Cappuccino and Chef Pa Pa.

Further down the road and past the old brick bridge is shophouse No. 53. It is one of the earliest brick homes in Chinatown, constructed by builders from China who were commissioned by Wee Beng Siang, a revenue farmer and the great-grandfather of the present landlord Dr. Wee Tiong Wah.

There is now a new budget hotel in Chinatown called Hotel Seri Malaysia built on the land of the former Malay farm Market - Kedai Binjai. Several tourist agencies such as, No.200 & 202 Square Point Resort (Lang Tengah), No.139 Redang Bay Resort, No.181 Redang Holidays, No.167 Redang Reef Resor etc are located in Chinatown. There are also many shops - Batik Flaz, Teratai Arts and Crafts - selling souvenirs ranging from batik cloths to antiques. Similar shops can also be found at the Central Market.

Two very old Chinese temples - Ho Ann Kiong (1801 A.D.) [left] and Tien Hou Kong (1896 A.D.) [bottom] - are located in Chinatown. Other than being places of worship, the temples were also community centres for the Hokkiens and Hainanese respectively, and temporary shelters for the early immigrants.

Further down to the end of Jalan Kampung Cina is the Central Market - or Pasar Besar Kedai Payang - where various fruits, vegetables, textiles, household goods and sundry items are displayed for sale. The atmosphere in Chinatown is one of familiarity and informality. Walking along it feels like being back to the simple days of yesteryear. You may see old ladies in their sarong sitting in front of their shophouses, fanning themselves and watching young children at play. Throughout Chinatown, the Chinese have integrated with the local Malays. They like wearing sarongs, eating Malay food in Malay style and often speak in the typical Terengganu Malay dialect.

With Kampung Cina's potential as a tourist attraction, any infill development in the town should be in harmony with its existing structures in order to preserve the historical ambiance of Chinatown.

New Born

Ahad, 14 Februari 2010
New born..

His face too cool

Nice sleepy...

Salam, Last two weeks ago,my 4th sister was borned new baby boy 3.7kg. The baby so cute a similarly with his mom and daddy. His name Lofti Arrayyan,but mum cal his 'Lion'..Kikikiki..The name likes to celebrate CNY this year...Baba have the presented new eating chair for you brought from IKEA..Enjoy your food baby Lofti...

Chinese New Year

Sabtu, 13 Februari 2010

For the moment, I felt very tired to do activities that I very like to do before. Not easy to perform two jobs at any one time. Furthermore I'm working and study part time. I live like not enough time, all things must be done quickly. Time I am really satisfied with the work, resolving work, go to class, do assigment, clean the house if there spare time. Today also, the Chinese New Year, indeed I take the opportunity to return to my hometown at Muar.

Last night, I enjoy with fireworks games from neighbors who celebrate Chinese the big day. A while ago, only the burned rice guns to celebrate the day but today, they prefer to play fireworks to celebrate the new year and equivalent independence day in KLCC.Others also enjoy the night, the sky is dark representations decorated with stars that continue to illuminate the night.


Jumaat, 5 Februari 2010
Against the new and old.

Very light interior colour.

The very narrow coaster.

The unfinished structure Terengganu Malay House.

Beautiful green leaf.

During the 3-day-classmates and I were going to Terengganu began in 15.16 and 17 February 2010. Travel begins at UiTM Shah Alam hours 2.30 pm to board the coaster.The coaster which we take very small and uncomfortable to travel quite far to the East Coast.Ilmam, Zairi and me sit in the back once. Circumstances seat back a little less because quite reflective when the coaster through the uneven road. However, we had to sit up to 8 hours to reach Kuala Terengganu.

Along the way, we stopped to urinate in the toilet only. Coasters drifted too slow that it may cross by kampchai motorcycle..Huhuhuhu .. .. indeed prank! .. I and friends complained because the driver is quite slow. At night,suddenly my friend named Rahman listen to music from his mobile phone to stop the boring. Meanwhile also announces Laila songs from West Asia because he came from Yemen. We laugh because there is little entertainment arising from their mobile phone only kakakaka .. .. We arrived at the Hotel Citi Point 11.30 night ..Rahman,Zairi and me stay in room numbered 216. Only at the hotel until we take the time to sleep due to exhaustion. The next day, me and a friend moved to a desk with a popular 'nasi kerabu' .. Embong become an interpreter during our drive in KT because he was the son of teak Terengganu.

We stop to Terra Puri ie a resort that is still in construction. I heard it here firstime when a friend Zulcacing. The Resort will be opened in this June, although it was booked out. Owned by a Chinese businessman, but in terms of resort development undertaken is to inculcate values old Malay architecture. It is amazing and very appreciated. Older homes Terengganu purchased from the local population with a low price but was given a new design with a highly structured and beautiful landscapes. Imagine the resort is not ready to have exhausted the book with the price of accommodation for one night is RM1020.00 .. .. Huyooo!! Our journey continues to a popular eating place there serve with seafood. All the food is fried and eaten with chilli sauce .. yumm ... Yummmm.. The restaurant located on the beach and open our experience to provide food while enjoying the beach breathe fresh air.

Next, we have been to a boutique that sells clothing Noor Arfa batik and souvenir from batik. Location has been changed from 9 years ago .. I have time to buy a piece of short-sleeved batik shirt. Friends who also have other shopping sakan. I prefer going to Payang Market for shopping. Next Tentative, going home Embong buddy's.. Until only at home Embong friend's, I am interested in traditional Terengganu houses adjacent medium cost houses. Entering into the house Embong friend's, I am impressed with the interior of the house with the decoration curios and a beautiful water color paintings. Home owners are former students of UiTM. We served with 'Nasi Dagang' is delicious, we enjoy the interior and exterior of the house. Day of the evening, we returned to the hotel and rest for the first day in Terengganu.

On the second day, we began the actual task, after enjoying breakfast at the Payang Market, we continue to the village to study Kampung Cina heritage in the area. As promised, we gathered at the kopitiam to hear a briefing from the Chinese village JKKK Mr. Lauren. Briefing given to help us prepare a proposal to maintain the world heritage area. We brought to around the Kg Cina village, which is an old town in Kuala Terengganu. Outgrowth shophouses on the left and right along the 200 meters as if in the area of World Heritage in Malacca. This area must be to guard the gazetted of future generations. We perform the task by taking pictures and ask the local people.

Some local residents who provide cooperation and there is less interested. I felt the place was very appropriate because according to the theme retained as Terengganu City Heritage Coastline. As a study we have time between shopping and walking stroller. In the afternoon, we have time to enter the houses of owner and take opportunity to take photos as study materials. Also feel tired, I do not make long work like this since graduated undergraduate in 2006. At night, I have time to meet classmates before, Berg is the local people in Terengganu. Also enjoyed seeing old friends may know why the latest storey. He was working on the business of gold shops, cloth shops and restaurants. All business is a testament his family. At night also, Embong, Cikgu Amir, Zairi and Rahman walking in Batu Buruk Beach, but they have been stranded because there is no taxi service at night. Their fate is very good, because Berg could take them in Batu Buruk Beach. If not,their have to walk as far as 3 kilometers to go back to the hotel .. hehehe .. We sleepy early because of fatigue and Rahman snoring every night ... .. HAHAHAHA...
Third day is the last day I was in Terengganu, as usual, I and friends took a group of data and pictures to be taken back to campus later. I also took the opportunity to buy as well as cloth and batik cloth to carry home. In addition, crackers lekur the favorite and must be purchased as a snack. We have been out of the hotel at 1 pm and lunch stop at the Hainan Chicken Rice shop at Medan Makan Batu Buruk Beach. After prayers, we going to the Kuala Terengganu City Council to hear briefing on the development planning in Kuala Terengganu. We were all in a state of fatigue, and can not wait to return to Shah Alam. We travel quite far and had to go through various drivers rather disappointed with his friend. Colleagues who sought to make about thetask. We arrived at the Shah Alam at 2 am and I was sleep at my sister home at Puchong. Monday is a working day, I'm going to work at 2 pm because I had some car problems .. Destination Terengganu is the first destination for partners Master AP777.

Article review

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Destruction of natural impact to the environment should be preserved. Natural vegetation to environmental impact in the area called the same as the beauty of the environment has been modified. Technological advances also contributed to the design of systems that rapidly developing urban planning from time to time with the latest technology. Network system should also be considered and these factors cause Planner overlook the importance of maintaining the environment. History has proven urban planning during the Mesopotamian, Greek & Roman led the development of the user base in a real city.

Starting from a village next to a city from a town to a city with a plan regarding the environment and conserving natural areas based on the contour, materials and local geography. Planning experts have been arranged first city with municipal system based on the needs of the community so beautiful at that time. Facilities people, houses of worship and administration and commercial areas. However at present the technology continues to provide a positive and negative effects on the development of a city.

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The road is built as a guide to the city planners and architects to implement. This development affects the transportation system and facilities to be provided. Way of life it will change according to the facilities provided. Population density based on the facilities provided meet the needs of the people who are always the perfect life. Requirements of the community will always vary from time to time and increase infrastructure facilities and provide new patterns to contemporary planning. Socio-economic change is also a city of culture of a society consisting of various backgrounds, beliefs and philosophy are different. In addition, migration also create a competition to find comfort in life.

This does not touch the depth by the author that is constantly evaluating physical darisegi only without evaluating in terms of humanity. Spiritual factors also develop and expand the development of a city. Factors that make the biggest city is planning authorities have the power and autonomy to mengubal draft plan provides a city that has a concept and should have certain guidelines for the long term. A city will continue to grow each year with an increase of population, trade and technology. For example, some city in India which has grown rapidly as the Shah Alam has a population of more and more rapid development and different from 20 years ago. This development can be viewed with clear and significant change and natural geographical conditions that were existing to meet the needs of the existing social and road which increases with the orderly planning.

However, the problem of traffic congestion getting increasingly crowded day with the increasing number of vehicles. Whether realized or not, the writers focused more to the development of the city that has built thousands of years ago compared with the view to the city that is still in the process of development such as Kuala Lumpur. Among the cities that have been studied authors are Beijing, Amsterdam and Latin America. Age difference created a city that gives the difference from pre-historic era to the modern world is surely experiencing revolutionary changes according to changes in economic and political factors during the era through World War until independence. Countries continue to monopolize the power of large urban system than countries colonized by the post-revolutionary war. Agree with the opinion of the authors, globalization factors showed cities at present have developed significant less distinctive.

In addition, cities are more featured Ekspressi strengthening the economy such as in Dubai into a modern city with skyscrapers and best designed by urban planner with the too perfect. However, no such modern city life and feelings to be felt but awe. History of Dubai City is the start too fast and there is no history to know the existence of skyscrapers have been built in almost every corner of the metropolitan city. This factor, weakening the value of humanity and originality of the environment. Landscape provides a beautiful panorama to be preserved even experienced identity transformation and must be maintained. Role of landscape not only beautiful scenery but to provide a function for balancing the environment.

Development of new towns to make changes to natural systems, especially areas that require change and conservation. This involves the concept of continuity of architecture that was first used for the practice in contemporary architecture at present. These changes involve social activities practiced in the time and have always maintained between up to this day. Evolution occurring form of landscape diversity has always influenced by the culture and patterns of community life. Balance that exists there must be continuity of the composition to give character to a modern urban. Just show some cities, the authors make an assessment theory landscape very carefully to give perception to the reader how a city is projected to grow from time to time. Is a unique development that may provide positive and negative effects to an area. An agricultural areas converted to urban areas had to sacrifice the modern beauty of the existing or maintain part of the beauty to be preserved.

However, the role of architects and city planners need to examine the scenario that will happen for the long term. The potential basis is the landscape: permanent, neutral and ubiquitouus. Thus the composition of the metropolis as a landscape-architectonic problem has two levels. The basic forms are derived from the landscape-architrectonic treatment of the (urban) landscape, the history and theory of composition, but the way they come together again is based on the physical landscape itself, the geomorphologic constant and unlimited substructure. Paragraph above has stated priority in providing basic things that need to be understood by designers and urban planners. Not merely to provide for the construction infrasturktur but more to human relationships and nature.

Natural Heritage Conservation through education, preservation of the characteristics of traditional and natural has to be maintained and preserved. Awareness to provide landscaping in the community has long been practiced since time immemorial. But it lead to spectacular views only and have nothing to do with conservation. However, on this day, it is a necessary element in the planning as pulse shape patterns of urban and developed with modern technology. Overall this article has merungkai true identities a small town further developed into a compact city and has been through a very critical process of evolution so difficult to have to sacrifice existing conditions. Transformation through changes with the development of technology, pengangngkutan system, road traffic system that is constantly increasing. Sensitivity to the environment should be emphasized to maintain the appearance of the existing land development even carried out based on requirements. Authors try to give as an example the study by demonstrating a city with a history of post-war era leading up to the modern world. Approach is highlighted that values creativity sentimental and adjusted to current needs and the community at this point. Technological advances also provide facilities but just need help to create a city that has quality and value of humanity.

Factors of economic progress and modernization shows a map and the role of government to improve the quality of infrastructure and facilities. Citizens of the occupied area of the city proper and comfortable sure proud of him. Quality of life and environment will continue to be a dream to the citizens, but every city has its own uniqueness. Architects and urban planners should understand and practice each design a plan to preserve and improve the city by making improvements through the system more friendly. Apart from the friendly residents, the environment also have the right to be preserved. Laws that need to be more robust for the protection of endangered natural treasures. Development is needed to enhance the socio-economic status is the main agenda of the administration of a country. Increased migration of the rural population to urban areas to provide socio-cultural changes of population settlement and adjusted to the situation existing.

Planned development is necessary to benefit together. Apart from that also, masyarat local culture also plays an important role to shape a healthy and safe city occupied. However there is political influence in realizing the agenda in an urban area and must be handled wisely. Entire contents of this article, provide a regular and easily understood guide for readers to make their own Assessment. Things can be expressed in any large city, medium or small. All have their own privileges.