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  1. This update about Meriah, Karasem which I havent show in ST for 2.5 years (since last update of Karasem V4.7). I was thinking this CJ actually about Cibebek-Kota Baru area only but I have work in meriah which I havent show in a while so I changed it into fully Karasem CJ. Update 43: Nightfall ~ Evening Stars Kelan is a District in Meriah Regency located just in south of Border of Meriah. It's bordering with Jatibening City in the east, Meriah in north and Sukamulya District in south. This district with population of 56.234 (2015) include the Airport of Meriah, Kota Meriah International Airport. location map of Kelan. Kelan Utara is a subdistrict in Kelan, taken most of northern part of this district Kelan Utara Interchange of Meriah Outer Ring Road (MORR) south ring. Kelan Utara consist mainly the middle class suburban area as well as several undeveloped land and even agricultural areas. Jl H. Solihin (road from west to east) in Kelan Utara. There are several industrial area in Kelan Utara. mostly minor one. Industrial area in Kelan Utara. Jl H. Solihin in Kelan Utara (again) Sarang Alang, another subdistrict in Kelan. Located just in west of Kelan Utara. Suburban area in Sarang Alang featuring Jl Sarang Alang. Jl Sarang Alang actually used to be Airport main access road toward Kota Meriah International Airport before the main expressway access done back in 1983. Jl Sarang Alang Ramp of Meriah Outer Ring Road (MORR) bound for Airport Main Enterance-Curug Jl Raya Curug, a major road through Kelan that connecting Jatibening and Curug is one of arterial road of this district as it connect Kelan with Jatibening and Western part of Meriah. Jl Raya Curug in Sarang Alang. another picture of Jl Raya Curug in Sarang Alang With its location just neighboring airport, Buildings in Kelan Utara (Kelan in general) have height restriction. Jl Raya Curug in Kelan Utara featuring airport gate. In fact, Kelan Utara Interchange directly located in the north of airport eastern runway. The area in the south of interchange is known for the plane spotters to take nice view of Plane landing area in the south of Kelan Utara IC MORR (Meriah Outer Ring Road) is an expressway looping Kota Meriah area. the first phase of southern part which include Kelan-Cipelak built on 1992-1997. In Kelan, this expressway served by 1 interchange (Kelan Utara IC) and 1 junction toward Kelan-Sukasari Feeder Expressway MORR in Kelan Utara bordering with Kota Meriah International Airport (KMIA) Hangars. Meriah Outer Ring Road in the east of Kelan Utara IC Kelan Junction, Kelan-Sukasari Expressway termites with MORR. MORR in the east of Kelan Junction The construction of the expressway/highway back in 90s leaving several minor roads that crossed the highway disconnected, leaving the dilemma of major highway project in the dense area like southern Meriah. Although, most of newer highway project in Karasem overcome the situation by building the streets in the side of highway to avoid disconnecting the minor roads by divert them to the nearest crossing. one of the example of disconnected road by the highway. (image rotated 90 degree) Meriah government did plan to build the light rail in pararel with the expressway since 2015 in order to fulfill the commuter around the city needs although this plan seems to be shelved for now as the city government focused on expanding Meriah Mass Rapid Transit System (M2RT) which seems more successful to bring more people around city to use public transit. Closer look in Meriah Outer Ring Road (image rotated 90 degree). the government considered to build the light rail parallel with this highway. As for the public transit, Kelan at this point dont have any access toward any mass transit, just several routes of city buses and paratransit toward Jatibening or Pemogan. In future, M2RT plan to expand a mass transit system which is a metro toward airport through Kelan. Jl Raya Curug intersect with Jl Raya Kelan which is the main corridor road in Kelan. Kelan-Sukasari Expressway is a feeder expressway toward the western coast of Meriah Regency which going through Kelan. although this expressway criticized for having low demand, it built in 2004 toward Kelan Utama IC where it termites at this moment in order to relieve the overcapacity Kelan Utara IC. Jl Raya Curug Crossed Kelan Sukasari Expressway. overview of Kelan Utara overview of Kelan Utara featuring part of airport Evening shot of Kelan Utara Jl Raya Curug intersect Jl Raya Kelan at Night During night this area can be seen from every single flight toward Meriah International Airport clearly as it located directly next toward the airport. Suburb of Kelan Utara at night 1 Another picture of Kelan Utara Suburban at night Aside from the commuting residents, MORR also congested with the people rushing toward their evening flight in KMIA Night Shot of MORR Night Shot of Kelan Utara IC Thats all for today "repost", thanks for viewing!
  2. Allright, its been few days after posted the poll and we got 14 yes and 2 no to repost the entries here. Since the poll say that I should repost the picture from SC4D entries, I will post it here. This is the next entry which originally posted in 9/3/2017. +----------------------------------+ Update 41: Blue Kaleidoscope Note: 万華鏡 = KaleidoscopePasar Biru (literally means Blue Market) is a subdistrict of Cibebek Utara District which also bordering Saika District where newer CBD of Cibebek located. During 1970s, this area known for its second hand markets, cheap stuffs and not forget "kaki lima*" foods. Later during the rapid urbanization of Cibebek-Kota Baru Metropolitan area, this area become gentrified with the major stores, malls and department stores replaced the cheap traditional market which now mostly moved toward pasar Krajan northwest of this area. But this area still hold the original spirit of the location for its closure toward the city center and its position as a commercial area. Simpang Pasar Biru where this area was grown from. Jl Saika Raya intersect with Jl Raya Pasar Biru Most of buildings in the main road built in 1980 or later. Simpang Pasar Biru at night Pasar Biru Station is the main station in Pasar Biru. This station currently serves Ciasem Route (Cibebek Raya Station-Ciasem) and Cibebek Ring Route. Previously this station is also serves the Cikaas Route which had the route from Pasar Biru toward Cikaas Station, since the completion of the shortcut of Cikaas Route toward Saika Station in 2007 due to the demand of local commuters, Cikaas Route redirected from Pasar Biru to Saika Station with current main route from Cibebek Raya-Saika-Cikaas-Bukit Pesona. Although so, this station still serves the minor feeder line of Cikaas line. Area around Pasar Biru Station now full of commercial center such as malls and stores. Pasar Biru Station and Pasar Biru Overpass (Jl Raya Pasar Biru). Several area in Pasar Baru Subdistrict also consist of residential areas. South of Pasar Biru Overpass featuring the railway. the left pair of rail for the Ciasem Route and Cibebek Ringroad, right one for former Cikaas Route which currently for either freight train straight toward port and minor feeder line. Southern Pasar Biru in night featuring Sunada Underpass. In Jl Saika Raya, southern Pasar Biru has several office buildings. This area directly bordering the Saika Utara CBD. note: kaki lima = what people here call the street side vendor which consist of cart or something like that.Thats all for today, hope you like it. +-----------------------------------+ Replies: Thank you very much! well you see that the riverside slum is the main theme of that update. As for the greenery in middle of AVE-6, its here: Thank you! I will update it regularly as before. glad to know thats what you searching for! Thanks! well its awesome just in point of sc4 view but not in real life. Thanks gan! link Indomaret is here Thank you! the links are here: Thanks a lot! your cities surely one of my inspiration as well! I cant see myself even comparable with yours. Its from RFR plopable water with a little bit of color correction in photoshop. Thanks a lot! yes its RFR River with a little color correction work done in photoshop.
  3. Well here we go again... I decided to bring this theme back into City Journal realm back earlier this year. Actually I've done several updates (40-46b) since this February in SimCity 4 Devotion but well, I might repost it here so everyone can actually see what I work. This first entry is actually a complete repost of Update 40 Karasem: Limited Love (17/02/08) +----------------------------------+ Update 40: Limited Love Cibebek Utara, Cibebek, Karasem. A district in Karasem's 2nd largest city where don't want to live but have to be.... atleast that for several people live in this area inside the northern part of Cibebek. People can shop a cheap stuff into high-end stuff in the Plaza Tanah Baru, a shopping centre built in 2003 alongside with the surrounding commercial area. A commercial center next to Simpang Tanah Baru (Tanah Baru Intersection) where Jl Saika Raya (north-south) meets Jl Raya Krajan (west-east) This commercial area, where you can enjoy walking alongside the road while shopping or just enjoy the atmosphere is really feels like you are not in Northern part of Cibebek. Commercial area in the east of Plaza Tanah Baru Alongside with Jl Raya Krajan, the commercial area is rather elite even compared to those in the main road. Jl Raya Krajan near the Ruko Plaza Tanah Baru In the night this area is bright, either from the evening traffic near intersection which sometime a worst situation or maybe from the lightning system inside the shoping centre Simpang Tanah Baru at night This area actually not very far from a mass transit station aside from local buses or paratransits. Tanah Baru Station located below the overpass of Jl Saika Raya which one of the main option for the commuter in Cibebek Metropolitan Area. Its located in the Jl Saika Raya which is Cibebek's main corridor toward the downtown areas where located in the south of Tanah Baru. Tanah Baru Station featuring Cibebek's Cibebek Railway 4000 series train. Nightshot of Tanah Baru Station Yeah this area actually close toward city centre and have easy access, why it so miserable? lets go to the north of the Intersection to see whats happening.... A hypermarket in Jl Saika Raya Tanah Baru . Alongside Jl Saika Raya it still rather nice with the exception of the daily morning and evening commute time where it's a real bumper to bumper. Jl Saika Raya crossing the Krajan River People can see something different from the bright side of the city by visiting the Krajan River which located in the middle of Tanah Baru Subdistrict... Not only at the Krajan River, much of the Cibebek Utara district of the city actually consist of slums and semipermanent settlements which prone towards fires and other risks. Behind the hypermarket in Tanah Baru.. Going deeper from the main street shows the other side of this area.... People come here anywhere from Cibebek Province or other places in Karasem somewhere in Tanah Baru Utara Subdistrict. east or west from Jl Saika Raya, there are slums... A slum area in Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict. But, people in the riverside have much worse situation than any other area in Cibebek Utara District.... Not only live in the bad situation, they also in border of life when they got into the river whether incidentally or intentional since the river had a rather strong flow eventhough it has too many stuff in it, like plastic bag and used beds (no joke, somepeople really throw away their used beds into river). Riverside slum at Tanah Baru Utara Subdistrict Like in Jl Saika Raya, Jl Raya Pasar Krajan looks well and lively compared what behind it.... Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict is one of area in Cibebek prone to flooding. Back in 2014, the flood breaks into this area, it even hit the Jl Raya Krajan in the south of it, disturbing the citizens activities. Riverside slum at Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict Jl Tanah Baru Timur Dalam, an access road toward the residential area in North Cibebek crosses Krajan River. The slum extend until the border of Sawahan and Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict in the National Route 2 Eastern part of Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict featuring Karasem National Route 2 which connect Cibebek city centre with Keshan in Northern Karasem. As in the night, this area of city is very different with Plaza Tanah Baru where it's bright... Tanah Baru Timur riverside slum at night In order to reduce the risk of flood, the city government planned to do a revitalization alongside Krajan river which involve to reduce the river sedimentation as well to create the wall alongside the river. This already done in the Krajan River downstream as seen in Krajan Utara Subdistrict where the river in better situation. Krajan Riverside in Krajan Utara Subdistrict. Cibebek Expressway, the city main highway crossing the Krajan River in Krajan Utara Subdistrict. Although the area around the river still rather poor looking, this area which flooding in 2014, no longer flooding during 2016 flood which hit the Tanah Baru area due to the river revitalization work done in 2015 which done with several violence... Jl Kampung Dalam, where the previous work of revitalization meet the old looking riverside.... The city government planned to revitalize the river futher upstream, but this involve the displacement and eviction of the riverside settlement which mostly illegal. People alongside the river in Tanah Baru currently in the worrisome. They have a time bomb ticking where the have to move out from where they live now. Back in Tanah Baru Utara.... They don't know where to live after this, where they have daily activities. Other place just too expensive for them to afford..... To handle the displacement, city government currently building several housing project for people that affected by the project or other people around Cibebek Utara slums... First and second highrise building of the housing project currently being built in Jl Tanah Baru Timur Dalam. This area covered by the local bus with route from Tanah Baru Station toward Semawu in Northern part of Cibebek. Rusun Tanah Baru 1 & 2 (Tanah Baru Housing Project 1 and 2) alongside the Tanah Baru Timur Dalam. Other tower built literally right next toward Tanah Baru Plaza's commercial area which was a donation from the Plaza's developer Rusun Tanah Baru 3 (Tanah Baru Housing Project 3) built in Jl Raya Krajan in the south of the river. Some of the people think the housing project just too far away form they current location where it will be more difficult for people to reach where they have their activities beforehand... Tanah Baru Plaza with the housing project tower under construction. However, it is still very controversial whether it is a right thing to displace people in force as it might a violation toward the human rights. The citizens around the city still arguing about this.... Tanah Baru Timur Subdistrict. Whichever the right decision, people of Cibebek just hope this area will no longer become the city eyesore without humiliating some people.. Thats all for today. hope you enjoy this rather depressing update.. and oh maybe something not depressing? Saika Utara CBD alongside the Jl Saika Raya. Before going further, I might ask all of the viewer here, should I repost every single of my Southeast Asian City from SC4 Devotion here, it might took a while but I will catch up with update 47 which will come soon. if no, then I might just jump toward Update 47 as the next update of this CJ. oh here's the link to my entries in SC4D: http://sc4devotion.com/forums/index.php?topic=12773.440 +---------------------------------------------------------+ Replies: Bringing replies to the comment of Nakama Update 6: Memories of Snow: Well thanks a lot! trainspotting is interesting after all to search and took picture of your favorite train series... (atleast as what I think) Thanks ! a lot of these BAT's come from this site: http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewforum.php?f=7&sid=6241eb1e8c3ced79919101314d0ca976 also I used stuffs from various Japanese sites which unfortunately many of them down now.. obrigado . unfortuantelly I'm not speaking Portuguese. Thank you ! as for the stations, I link to them in the bottom of this post. Thank you! well, I give the link in bottom of this post. Thank you! great to see you here as well! Thank you! Thank you! its a lot of work to give a real feel of Japanese city... as for the stations, I give the link later in this post. Thank you! I like to do railway in SimCity 4 especially in Japanese city theme. Thank you! well most of these stations still available to download, I'll give the link below. Thank you! its a real hard work to do it but I really enjoyed to do that update! as for the station, its below.... As for those who asked the link toward stations from my last Nakama update here's the link please note that some of the station in the update actually reloted : Hashimoto Station (first station): http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=577 Mizue Station (second station): http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=604 Kozue Station (third station): http://www.bripizza.net/sc4/285sta/285sta_c.html#-2-2-x Shin-Mizawa Station for local line (forth station): http://blog.livedoor.jp/moonlinght/archives/cat_59226.html (search for the station) Shin-Mizawa Station for HSR line: sorry I think the web already down Kurihama Station (Mizawa Line): http://blog.livedoor.jp/moonlinght/archives/cat_59226.html (search for the el rail station link) Kurihama Station (Nazawa Line): http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=537 Iguchi Station: http://www.bripizza.net/sc4/1103tokestation/1103tokestation.html#b Mizawa Station: http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=434 Again thanks for the replies in Nakama update!
  4. Southeast Asia

    Our journey to Southeast Asia begins with a trip through the scenic, mountainous landscape of northern Vietnam. For thousands of years, terraces have turned these hillsides into effective farmland - with rice being the staple crop for many. For as far as the eye can see, these terraces stretch on into the distance - a never ending showcase of simple, rural beauty. Our next stop is the mysterious Chocolate Hills of Bohol Island in The Philippines. Some 1,776 brownish-red hills dot the landscape for miles around, and a variety of wild myths try to explain their existence. Some legends state that the hills are the leftovers of massive pebbles thrown by giants many eons ago. Others believe that the hills have a cosmic connection, with each hill representing various stars and planets. No matter what the explanation, they still leave us in awe. The crater lakes of Kelimutu in Indonesia are one of the more remarkable destinations on our journey - the lakes are just as stunning as they are mesmerizing. The mineral rich water that fills each of these lakes changes color many times throughout the year, so each trip is truly a unique experience. Despite the ominous steam that emanates from the lakes, the volcano has actually been dormant for quite some time. Our next stop is the largest Buddhist monument in the world - Indonesia's Borobudur. Rain or shine, it's a truly impressive structure - we're amazed by the sheer quantity of artifacts on display. With over 2,500 relief panels and 500 Buddha statues lining the exterior, we've never seen anything like it before. Reaching the top brings incredible views of the surrounding landscape - but more importantly it signifies the end of a pilgrimage for Buddhists. As we start to head back north, a can't miss destination is Thailand's Phang Nga Bay, tucked away on the west coast of the country. With over 40 limestone islands jutting hundreds of feet into the air, it truly takes your breath away. We grab a boat and find a secluded beach on one of the islands - no better way to spend the day! As our journey begins to wind down, we make sure to visit one of the iconic landmarks of Southeast Asia - Cambodia's Angkor Wat. The world's largest religious monument never fails to disappoint - you could spend years exploring this vast complex. While the views from the outside are truly impressive, the interior is a different story. To our dismay, we find out that much of the complex has been looted in recent years, with bas-reliefs and relics fetching high prices on the black market. It'll take a little exploring around to find the rooms left in pristine condition - but it's certainly worth it. Our final stop is none other than one of the most impressive archeological sites in the world, Myanmar's Bagan. Over 10,000 pagodas were built on this vast desert plain nearly a thousand years ago - with a little over 2,200 remaining today. Despite constant earthquake damage (the ruins are built directly on top of a fault line) - the locals continue to rebuild these treasured ruins time and time again. No trip to Bagan is complete without a hot air balloon ride - despite the steep price, the incredible views for miles around make it a once in a lifetime experience. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Replies for "Moscow"
  5. Philippines

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    Hi! Here is a map of the Philippines, specially dedicated to my Pinoy friends out there. Enjoy! EDIT: Updated to version 1.1. Refer to the changelog for details. Disclaimer: the snowcapped mountains displayed inside the main screenshot is a result of my personal snow mod. You can choose to adjust the height of your own snow mod or not install any snow mod. In other words, the snow that you see inside the screenshot is actually due to my own personal preference, and is none of your business
  6. Welcome Back

    After a hiatus of... well, too long from Simcity, I have decided to crack open some of my very old projects (at least for a time). So, without further adieu, welcome back...
  7. Bandar Sabah Part I

    Today, I will be showing a large part of the capital, Bandar Sabah. It is the largest city in the country, and is the center for economic growth. I will show how quickly it is growing in a later update. Enjoy: Bandar Sabah Part I And now for two little treats... An overview going from the Pantai Opera House through the city center And a night shot stretching from the Bandar Sabah Marketplace to the Sultan Khobel Miri Mosque Replies Replies Before this: see previous page 111222333444: Thank you very much. K50Dude: Wow thanks! Yeah I do a good job of slinking in unnoticed Thanks again. PantherSimcity4: Thanks, haha yeah some flights can get a bit hairy.
  8. Bandar Sabah Part II

    Welcome to part 2 of our tour of the capital. This is the final update showcasing it, but there will be many more on it's growth and other things in the future. Enjoy Bandar Sabah Part II This update will be on areas I didn't show in the last one, so they might be a bit spread out... And a little teaser of another area... And yes, I know this update isn't quite as good as the last one, its more of a "here's some stuff I didn't show, so let me slap it in you face REPLIES: 1000000000: Thank you very much! I am glad you liked it TowerDude: LOL wow, thanks a bunch! Maybe I could consider selling these.. Escilnavia: Thank you, the construction site is part of this pack: http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/files/file/14359-sfbt-highway-bridge-construction-set-by-spocky/ Evillions: Thanks, I am glad to hear that. And I look up to you likewise Panthersimcity4: Thanks my friend, that picture was just a moment of inspiration TekindusT: Thanks, it was no means of mine that it doesn't look cluttery, just pure dumb luck I guess k50Dude: Thank you very much 111222333444: Thank you, yeah I love the design of the station, and I finally have been able to use it. NMUSpidey: haha Thanks, and yes it has been a good week for 'em Hadudi: Thanks Blakeway: Thanks a lot. lol, yeah, what can I say, I am not very good with new ideas
  9. Trip to Yabar

    Sorry for the delay in an update- I started college, so I am pretty slammed non-the-less, here is a small teaser like update of a small town south of Bandar Sabah. It is pretty popular with tourists, and is linked by a small two way raod to the capital. It also has a small airport averaging a few flights a day. Yabar Here is the small airport A parting shot of one of the beaches I can't be 100% sure when the next update will be, but I will try and get as much work as Ic an done Replies 111222333444: Thanks a bunch! Mamaluigi945: Thanks for the nice reply. Schulmanator: Thanks, yeah I recently figured out how to make a GIF, and so I have been addicted to it ever since Adrianor: Thanks, that may be because I am such a reckless builder lol Whysomadyo: haha sorry about that. This CJ is not held reliable for any health problems, or odd behaviors that may occur while viewing. simbourgeois: Thanks, ya I am still not sure what it is actually going to be haha. ascilnavia: Thank you very much! Panthersimcity4: Thanks, my friend. halenbyname: Thanks, I have thought about it, but I want it to be a relatively underdeveloped nation, where many roads are not widened yet. Evillions: Thanks, actually the grass is supposed to be dirt, but I have some sort of modd that changes it Oh well it worked out ok. IL: Thanks, don't get your hopes up though- I haven't had a lot of time recently. I will try though AC76: Thanks a lot! kody_bandmaster: What construction lot? PM me if you need help. zapata92: Thank you. just do a search for construction the STEX and you will find a bunch. Also if you go to Kurier SImcity website, there is a large pack there that I use. k50dude: Thanks, my friend- I am glad you liked it. burnzie_16: Thanks a bunch. haha yeah it can be a pain- scrolling through endless menus, and then forgetting what you were even looking for
  10. Georgetown Part I

    Welcome back. Today we will be taking our first look into Georgetown. As told in the previous update, the small city is an economic free zone allowing for much more development with fewer restrictions than the rest of the country. Many corporations have set up home here due to the low taxes. Despite being occupied by Britain until the late 90's, there are only a few colonial buildings. Most of them have been destroyed due to the rapid development. The first picture shows the majority of the seaport as well as a new development on the peninsula. The complex contains a hotel and shopping center. The next shot of going the other direction. It shows many of the complexes that companies have set up for their headquarters. Some of them include PetroKor, Sabah Banking, and more. Our last shot is of the traditional downtown. You can see one of two old buildings, but much of this area is under re-development for new, sleek, high-rises. You can also see that it has started to rain... again. The next update, we will take a closer look at some of the construction projects. Note: If any of you would like to take a closer look at anything in the pictures, let me know and I will also put that in the next update REPLIES NMUSpidey: Thank you, I was just playing around, and got the round part- I quite like it too skyscraper241: Thank you very much! I always like the differnt looks airports can have, but I hate building them- I don't know why I do so many escilnavia: Thank you very much, my friend JGellock: Many thanks! SimcityFuturist:Thanks for the comment androidboi: Thanks! MamaLuigi945: Thanks, I am glad you lied it 10000000000: haha thanks, I am appreciative of the enthusiasm Dubst3p: Thank a lot
  11. Replies (Balasan): 11222333444 a.k.a. Tonraq: Thanks Tankmank: Thanks! Sarthakknight: Thanks! Schriefer: Thanks! Folov: Thanks! +---------------------------------------------------------------+ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfTGUVwOXgk well, time to update Karasem again.... Picture 35.1: A view from Pamekasan Utara southern downtown, its an extension of Pamekasan Utara CBD area which host about 35% Kota Meriah's Skyscrapers and highrise. Not only highrise and skyscraper offices, but also some superblocks which including towering apartment building due to its location nearby Meriah's "Golden Triangle area". Picture 35.2: About 2km in south, lies the old campus of Kota Meriah University (Universitas Kota Meriah (UKM)), one of the top university from Karasem. this building had been build since 1964 and in 1988, the university expand it's building in Southern Jatibening, about 26km south of this area due to its insufficient space in the Cipelak DIstrict, Meriah. Picture 35.3: Intersection of Jl Raya Cireseh with Jl Lingkar Selatan Pamekasan, just east of UKM buildings. well its sunday now and the roads are less congested. but in weekdays this intersection become a "sea of car" and traffic nightmare.... Picture 35.4: Northern Cipelak district... Kota Meriah 2 Highway the 2009 finished highway is one of city main highway connecting southern part of Meriah Metropolitan area including Jatibening area.... This picture also includes part of M2RT (Meriah Mass Rapid Transport) build in order to reduce the traffic congestion of Meriah. Picture 35.5: Cipelak M2RT station the terminus of M2RT Cipelak line also serves as transit hub with the Cipelak bus terminal just in north of this station. Picture 35.6: A residential area in Pamekasan Utara district, east of South downtown.... It wont be long until this area become part of emerging city superblocks development and turned it into part of highrise concrete jungle (well maybe also glass jungle not only concrete ) Thats for today, please leave a like if you enjoy...
  12. Replies (Balasan): @elavery: thanks a lot for it! @カール: Ty @KonstantinII: well yeah... its a typical low wealth residential area in a developing nation major cities... @J.I.T.S.: Should I? @TekindusT: Thanks a lot! @Moerp: Thanks! @Tankmank: Thanks! well I try to update it though my focus is the east asian one.... +-------------------------------------------+ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQAnVi9oJC8 Update 33: "Flying Get" (Southern Cireseh, Kota Meriah) well its been a while since my last full update, but anyway I still keep this CJ active though it isnt my main one.... Cireseh is a subdistrict in southern part of Kota Meriah, Karasem. this district recently having construction boom with a lot of highrise built in this area. In 2003, local government created another CBD of Kota Meriah aside with the main one in Pamekasan Utara and some other minor one. A look of the CBD. As shown in the picture, the surrounding of CBD there're a lot of low wealth residential area with several vacant lot for future development of this area.. Cireseh CBD connected with Kota Meriah Outer Ring Road in the south as it would give the commuter main access to this commercial centre Jl Cireseh Raya, it provides this CBD main highway access as well as main road. Jl Cireseh raya itself connecting Eastern part of Kota Jatibening (Jatibening City) with Meriah. it also a daily busy commute road. Construction boom can be see just in the west of CBD with a lot of highrise under construction, tearing the low wealth residential area into a luxury skyscrapers jungle. There are a numberous of slums in the northern part of CBD, Government planned the main CBD avenue to be widen to provide better access for CBD from Jl Raya Pemogan. demolishing numberous of slums in the action. North of Jl Raya Pemogan lies the high wealth residential area of Pamekasan Selatan District. Jl Raya Cireseh meets Jl Raya Pemogan in this intersection. we can see small industrial area in the east of Jl Raya Cireseh. Well thats all for today I think... hope you enjoyed it
  13. Malay Peninsula

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    Hi! Here is a map of the Malay Peninsula, which includes Singapore and a small part of Indonesia. Enjoy! Note: map is NOT to scale.
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