Pakej fotografi perkahwinan 2015 dari Lensa Mata Hati



Assalamualaikum semua,

Alhamdulillah kita dapat bertemu kembali di tahun 2015 yang bakal mencatat pelbagai peristiwa dan kenangan insyaAllah. Kami di Lensa Mata Hati akan memulakan tahun 2015 ini dengan tawaran pakej-pakej fotografi perkahwinan bagi mereka yang berminat dengan hasil seni dari kami.

Kami di LMH mengambil peluang ini untuk menyatakan bahawa “tiada kenaikan harga” bagi setiap pakej-pakej kami 🙂 . Berikut adalah senarai pakej yang kami sediakan sepanjang 2014.



Shoot and Burn – RM 500

1 DVD contain all pics(unedited+no cover)
PACKAGE 1 – RM 950

120 4R prints(edited)

1 Mockup / Leather sticky album 15×10.5

1 DVD contain all pics(with cover)

( ++ outdoor session RM 250 for two hours)

PACKAGE 2 – RM 1850

1 Custom Album (Mockup / Leather / Crystal) 8×12 22 pages

1 Canvas Frame(cotton + Roll UV varnish) 12×18

1 DVD contain all pictures(with cover)

( free outdoor same day + gift from LMH)

PACKAGE 3 – RM 2550

1 Custom Album (Mockup / Leather / Crystal) 10×15 22 pages

1 Canvas Frame(cotton + Roll UV varnish) 24×36

1 DVD contain all pictures(with cover)

(pre-wedding + free outdoor)


RM 350

– inclusive of 3 hours outdoor coverage

– all pictures in DVD


-inclusive of 3 hours outdoor coverage

-all pictures in DVD

**Prices are not fix. It can be change on customer demand on Custom Packages. Let us know your budget peeps. Email or Call Us now…. 🙂

Launching of CKD Volkswagen Passat at DRB HICOM

Note; News taken from by Danny Tan.

We just got home from Pekan, Pahang, where DRB-Hicom and Volkswagen unveiled the CKD Volkswagen Passat 1.8 TSI in an event officiated by PM Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Locally assembled by DRB-Hicom at its sprawling and growing Pekan facility, the D-segment sedan is now available at Volkswagen dealerships nationwide at RM170,888.

This is one variant of a future strategy for the Passat family that will eventually see the CKD range priced between RM169,888 and RM184,888. The Passat is already roaming our streets, in fully-imported CBU form, since Volkswagen Group Malaysia launched it last October. The CBU car was priced at RM184,888 – click here to read the review.

We drove the CKD Passat today, and it appears that spec-wise, it’s exactly the same as the CBU unit we reviewed. That means a 1.8 TSI turbocharged engine with 160 PS and 250 Nm from 1,500 to 4,200 rpm. Mated to a seven-speed DSG gearbox, it does 0-100 km/h in 8.5 seconds and gets all the way to 220 km/h.

Bi-Xenons with integrated LED daytime running lights, LED tail lamps, multi-spoke “Minneapolis” 17-inch alloys and 235/45 CSC3 rubber, six airbags, semi-auto seats, cruise control, electric parking brake with auto-hold function and hill-hold control, PDC for the front and rear and a RCD 510 6.5-inch touchscreen head unit are standard kit.

At the event in Pekan, it was revealed that CKD assembly for the Passat started in October last year, and 311 units have been completed to date. Dr Christof Spathelf, Volkswagen AG’s senior VP, Group Manufacturing Overseas, assured that the CKD Passat’s quality is the same as that coming out from Germany. “We don’t compromise on quality,” he said, adding that key DRB-Hicom staff were sent to Europe for training.

“Nowadays, localisation takes a much more important role. At Volkswagen, we have the goal to assemble vehicles within the region of sales. This is what we call ‘local for local’. In combination with German engineering, proven quality standards and high performance, each vehicle we manufacture is a true Volkswagen,” added Spathelf.

The eventual local content target is 40%, and when that is achieved, VW will consider exports to the ASEAN region and even to right-hand-drive markets beyond the region. 2014 is the target. Currently, DRB-Hicom and VW are in the process of assessing local vendors, and so far, 20 out of 27 have passed VW’s “no compromise on quality” standards. The whole process will take 12 to 18 months, but for now, much of the car is shipped in from Europe in kits.

Ekspo Kahwin KL 2011 Edisi Ke-3 (second posting)

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Assalamualaikum to all. Ekspo Kahwin KL 2011 Edisi ke tiga(3) akan berlangsung dalam masa 2 hari lagi. Jadi sekiranya anda berada di sekitar Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan dan Perak, sertailah pameran ini sekiranya anda ingin mencari yang terbaik bagi pertunangan serta perkahwinan anda.

Kunjungi booth ArtChetak di E07 untuk menempah Kad Jemputan Perkahwinan, banner perkahwinan percuma, tag, stiker serta banyak lagi barangan untuk di miliki sempena hari bersejarah anda.

Sedikit ‘teaser’ dari Lensa Mata Hati;


Lensa Mata Hati covering for for the first semi final of FA cup 2011. A game between Pahang vs. Terengganu.


Students of Diploma of Tourism Management from Kolej Universiti Shahputra gathered around for their Grand Annual Dinner at Continental Hotel. It was a “ROCK” theme and everybody had a great night.


Guillemard Bridge was officially opened by HRH Sultan Ismail Ibni Almarhum Sultan Muhammad IV in 1925. The bridge was named after the British Governor and High Commissioner for the Straits Settlement at that time,  Sir Laurence Guillemard. Construction works for this railway bridge began in 1920 and was completed in July 1924.

In December 1941, in order to prevent the advancement of the Japanese army, this bridge, which then supported both trains as well as road vehicles, was deliberately destroyed by the British Armed Forces, who later retreated south to Kuala Krai. But the ruined bridge was later reconstructed, and opened again for traffic on September 7, 1948.

Today, this railway bridge is used only for trains, and makes up part of the ‘jungle railway’ line that runs from Tumpat in the north, to Gemas in the south (in Negeri Sembilan). SOURCE