Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Things they do in Putrajaya-the bad ones

On my recent ride i saw these things.
The Forbidden Bridge is barricaded.Nobody is allowed to enter for whatever reason.

Heavy vehicles parked on the pavements meant for pedestrians, and henced the cause of high maintainance.

The fountain at the Souq by the lake front at Dataran Putra is in a terrible shape.
Imagine, there are thousands of visitors who pass by this place every day!
The security guards parking their cars at their post. No cars are allowed on the pavements. They even chase our bicycles on the pavements at Dataran Putra, remember?
They are supposed to be on guard and moving about, not static.
Worst are the lorry with water tanks that are used to water the plants. They are too heavy for the pavements...
We can see cracks everywhere.



Beskal Chap Ayam said...

habis laa mcm ni putrajaya

Beskal Chap Ayam said...

jembatan dam yg ingin aku kayuh di atas nya tapi di larang

Man CIOCC said...

Welcome to Malaysia, where we go backwards & proof that we (some of us, not me) evolved from apes.

Devolution - the idea that instead of evolving, mankind has actually regressed, as evidenced by the dysfunction and herd mentality of human society.

Teun lepaih, kayuh tang situ park beskal tepi tasik kena hamput...

won said...

Let's also look at the bright side of Putrajaya.

Hope that the authority in Putrajaya also have the chance to explore Putrajaya like our cycling group, PER.

Together we can make it a better living and visiting place for all and the future.


Let's move on and be HAPPY!

nawal said...

kawe pong ada bertembong dengan kereta myVI hitam semasa joging dengan mem, hari ahad lepaih, 1Feb (hr raya chinn na). boleh dia drive atas jalan kita joging, siap angkat tangan lagi. kena le ngelak ke tepi. lepas seketika patah balik, angkut pekerjanya yang pakai uniform RSSB, rupanya kontraktor PJC. depa ni boleh buek apo sajo kot kat cni. kita yg dok cni, bayar cukai mahaii2 banyak bendo takleh buek.

Azizi Ahmad Termizi: said...

Saya setuju dengan won. look at the bright side. I'm not saying things are 100% perfect - in fact am not happy with some of the current arrangements too (overzealous guards included).

But I think the authorities ARE trying to improve. And constructive comments and reminders (I'm sure) will be appreciated.