Archive for April 2008

Private Hospitals Kota Bharu

15 April, 2008

Pusat Perubatan An-nisa’, Jln Sultan Ibrahim, 15050 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-741 4444

Kota Bharu Medical Centre, Jln Sultan Yahya Petra, 15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-743 3399

Pusat Perubatan Pakar Perdana, Jln Bayam, Seksyen 14, 15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-745 8000

Pusat Perubatan Pakar Perdana, Jln Bayam, Seksyen 14, 15200 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-745 8000


Bus Transnasional Pasir Mas

15 April, 2008

Bus Access to Pasir Mas

Sykt Kenderaan Melayu Kelantan, Jln Demit, 16150 Kubang Kerian, Kelantan
09-765 0473

FROM : Kedah, Perlis, Perak, Pulau Pinang(Butterworth), Pahang, Seremban, Melaka, Johor.

To : Pasir Mas Bus Terminal


15 April, 2008


The late Tok Raja is one of the famous Thai Chief Abbots of Kelantan state in Malaysia, followed by another famous ThanChauKhoon known as AhKong.
Every year during the Kathina celebration, Wat Uttamaram, Kg. Teresek, Pasir Mas in Kelantan are swarmed with devotees from all over Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
The current Chief Abbot of this temple is
Phrakhru Udomdhamma Patibhano
(Than Boon).
Wat Uttamaram is one of the oldest and prettiest Thai temples in Kelantan. It is colorful, has fanciful flame-like upturned roof ridges, and an orange and green multi-tiered roof. Large dragons entwine the verandah columns.

Bank Islam Pasir Mas

15 April, 2008

Pasir Mas, Kelantan

Ground & Mezzanine Floor
No. 41 & 42
Jalan Tengku Ahmad
17000 Pasir Mas
Tel: 09-790 0750 / 0751
Fax: 09-790 0752

Bank Islam emerged as Malaysia’s maiden Shariah-compliant financial institution when it commenced operations in July 1983. Since then, Bank Islam has become the symbol of Islamic banking in Malaysia. Its vision to be “The Global Leader in Islamic Banking: illustrates its status as the flagbearer of the country’s Islamic financial services industry.

From only RM80 million initially, Bank Islam’s paid-up capital swelled to RM1.73 billion as at June 2007, which was instrumental in making possible the growth of its assets and the implementation of its expansion programmes.

Through a network of 90 branches nationwide, Bank Islam parades a comprehensive list of more than 50 innovative and sophisticated Islamic banking products and services, comparable to those offered by its conventional counterparts.

From the traditional financing, savings and investment type of products exclusively for individual customers in the early years of establishment, the range of Bank Islam’s Shari’ah based financial products, services and business solutions has significantly expanded to cater to the fast-changing financial needs of all categories of customers including those related to micro financing, wealth management, capital market, treasury and structured products.

Being a pioneer, Bank Islam has played a leading role in promoting the expansion of Malaysia’s brand of Islamic finance into other markets, especially in the region. This has helped develop Bank Islam into a well-established and universally recognised brand.

Takaful Malaysia Pasir Mas

15 April, 2008

Lot. 215, Tingkat 1,
Jalan Pasir Mas – Kota Bharu,
17000 Pasir Mas,
Kelantan Darul Naim
Tel : 09-790 2126
Fax : 09-791 3541


As the essence of insurance could be seen in the system of mutual help in relation to the custom of blood money under the Arab tribal custom, Muslim jurists generally accepted that the concept of insurance does not contradict with the Shariah. In fact, the principle of compensation and group responsibility was accepted by Islam and the Holy Prophet. Muslim jurists acknowledged that the basis of shared responsibility in the system of `aqila’, as practiced between Muslims of Mecca (muhajirin) and Medina (ansar) laid the foundation of mutual insurance.

As a complete religion, the teaching of Islam encompasses the essence of peace, economic well-being and development of the Muslim at the individual, family social, state and `ummah’ levels.

To illustrate the importance of this relationship in a life of a Muslim, Islam calls for the protection of certain basic rights, viz.: –

* The right to protect the Religion.
* The right to protect the life.
* The right to protect dignity/honour.
* The right to protect the property.
* The right to protect the mind.

It is also a generally accepted view that Islamic insurance was first established in the early second century of the Islamic era. This was the time when Muslim Arabs started to expand their trade to India, Malay Archipelago and other countries in Asia. Due to long journeys/voyages, they often had to incur huge losses because of mishaps and misfortunes or robberies along the way. Based on the Islamic principle of mutual help and cooperation in good and virtuous acts, they got together and mutually agreed to contribute to a fund before they started their long journey. The fund was used to compensate anyone in the group who suffered losses through any mishap. In fact the Europeans copied this, which was later known as marine insurance.

In view of the above as well as the real need for insurance cover, Muslim jurists looked further into the Islamic system of insurance. Their conclusion was that insurance in Islam should be based on the principles of mutuality and cooperation. On the basis of these principles, Islamic system of insurance embodies the elements of shared responsibility, joint indemnity, common interest, solidarity, etc. According to the jurists this concept of insurance is acceptable in Islam because,

* the policyholders would cooperate among themselves for their common good;
* every policyholder would pay his subscription in order to assist those of them who need assistance;
* it falls under the donation contract which is intended to divide losses and spread liability according to the community pooling system;
* the element of uncertainty will be eliminated insofar as subscription and compensation are concerned;
* it does not aim at deriving advantage at the cost of other individuals.

The generally accepted view of the Muslim Jurists is that the operation of the conventional insurance as an exchange transaction under a buy and sell agreement does not in its present form conform to the rule and requirements of the Shariah as it embodies the following three elements :-

There is the element of al-Gharar (unknown or uncertain factors in the operation of a contract) in both the life and general insurance policies. This arises due to the uncertainty of the subject matter of the contract or `ma’qud’alaih’ of which one of the basic rules of contract in Islam is that the ma’qud’alaih must be clear. In such a contract the insured or the policyholder agrees to pay a certain sum of premium and in turn the insurance company guarantees to pay a certain sum of compensation (sum insured) in the event of a catastrophe or disaster. But the insured or the policyholder is not informed, for example, of how the amount of the compensation that the company will pay him is to be derived nor is he certain of the amount.

In addition, any form of contract which is lopsided in favour of one party at the expense and unjust loss to the other is also classified as Gharar. This is prevalent in both the life and general insurance policies. In the former, for example the loss of premium suffered by the policyholder if he would have to cancel his policy before the policy acquires the forfeiture status. Similarly the “double-standard” condition of charging customary short period in general insurance if the policyholder is responsible for the termination of the policy whilst a proportional refund of premium is applicable if the insurance company terminates the cover.

There is the element of al-Maisir (or gambling) which arises as a consequence of the presence of al-Gharar, in particular in the case of life insurance. When a policyholder dies before the end of the period of his insurance policy after paying only part of the premium, for example, his dependents will receive a certain sum of money which the policyholder in the first place has not been informed and has no knowledge of how and from where it is to be derived.

There is the practice of al-Riba (or interest) and other related practices in the investment activities of the conventional insurance companies which contravene the rules of the Shariah.

Sekolah Agama Kelantan

15 April, 2008

Men Al Balaghulmubin-Pasir Mas 09-791 1390
Al-Rahmah Kenali KKerian 09-765 2854
Al-Ittihadiah-Ketereh 09-788 7095
Al-Sabirin-Ayer Lanas 09-946 8225
Al-Shukuriah-Kg Baru Rantau Panjang 09-795 0035
Al-Yunusiah KBharu 09-765 3540
Amir Indera Petra-Beris Kubur Besar 09-778 8392
Arab-Pasir Mas 09-790 9054
Al-Fauziah Rantau Panjang 09-795 0433
Al-Falah-Alor Pasir Mas 09-791 1088
Al-Fitrah-TMerah 09-955 5011
Al-Hidayah Islamiah-Jelawat 09-778 9491
Almadrasah Alarabiah-TMerah 09-958 2264
Al-Mardziah-Kedai Chekok 09-790 6482
Asriah-Pasir Mas 09-790 3282
Azhariah Melor 09-783 1127
Badang 09-773 2363
Banggol Kulim-Rantau Panjang 09-795 0430
Bustanul Saadah Morak 09-719 0329
Darul Anuar-KBharu 09-765 4848
Asrama Perempuan 09-765 6987
Diniah-Peringat 09-712 6172
Diniah-Psr Senor 09-975 4630
Men Diniah-Wakaf Baru 09-719 4020
Men Arab-Jeli 09-944 0054
Men Falahiah-Wakaf Baru 09-719 6746
Asrama 09-719 6875
Khairiah-Pasir Mas 09-791 1008
Khairiah-Psr Puteh 09-786 7106
Muhamadiah Beris-Bachok 09-776 7130
Nahdatul Islamiah-Psr Puteh 09-786 6168
Nurul Huda-Psr Puteh 09-786 6991
Nurul Ittifaq-Psr Puteh 09-786 4603
Padang Siam-TMerah 09-955 6677
Raudhah Al-Nazirin-Jeli 09-936 1302
Saniah-Psr Puteh 09-786 6193
Sedar-Tumpat 09-725 7817
Shamsul Maarif-Pulau Chondong 09-787 8294
Syamsul Maarif-Labok 09-787 8724
Gua Musang 09-912 1708
Taqaddumil-Ilmi-Ketereh 09-788 6591
Tarbiah Daniah-Tok Uban 09-790 2304
Tarbiah Islamiah-Tumpat 09-719 8641
Tarbiah Lepah-Psr Puteh 09-789 1103
Yaacobiah Nipah-Bachok 09-778 9081
Ismailiah PMas 09-790 8911
Maahad Muhammadi (L)-Pengkalan Chepa 09-744 4003
Maahad Muhammadi-PPekan 09-719 6990
Maahad Muhammadi (P) 09-748 2549
Maahad Muhammadi (P) Asrama 09-747 1575
Mardhiah Pancor 09-773 9594
Mardziah-Wakaf Bharu 09-719 3750
Madinatul Ilmi-Kandis Bachok 09-966 1652
Maheliah Geting 09-721 1055
Melor 09-783 3260
Naim Lil-Banat-KBharu 09-748 2752
Hamidiah Lil Banin Wal Banat-Ketereh 09-712 5305
Rahmaniah KKrai 09-966 7197
Riayatul Diniah-Bkt Mas 09-966 1797
Sullamiah Bunut Payong 09-744 6440

Bank Pertanian Pasir Mas

15 April, 2008
Bank Pertanian Malaysia
Bangunan Bank Pertanian, Jln Padang Garong, 15000 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-748 7684
No. 181, Jln Besar, 17200 Rantau Panjang, Kelantan
09-795 0877
No. 199, Jln Pasar, 17200 Rantau Panjang, Kelantan
09-795 0520
No. 127, Jln Hulu Pasar, 16200 Tumpat, Kelantan
09-725 8279
PT993, Bandar Baru, 18300 Gua Musang, Kelantan
09-912 2542
PT1527, Jln Kuala Balah, 17600 Jeli, Kelantan
09-944 0252
Arked Mdtm, Jln Dato Nik Mustapha, 17500 Tanah Merah, Kelantan
09-955 6100
No. 128, Bank Pertanian, Jln Pasir Pekan, 17000 Pasir Mas, Kelantan
09-790 9098
No. 294, Jln Hulu Pasar, 16300 Bachok, Kelantan
09-778 8393
No. 471, Jln Sekolah Laki-laki, 16800 Pasir Putih, Kelantan
09-786 7311
Bank Pertanian Malaysia
No. 1519, Jln Tengku Zainal Abidin, 18000 Kuala Krai, Kelantan
09-966 6116

Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi Mara Pasir Mas

15 April, 2008

Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA Pasir Mas (KKTM Pasir Mas) mula dibina pada tahun 1998 dan siap beroperasi pada Januari 2000 dengan nama Institut Kemahiran MARA Pasir Mas (IKM Pasir Mas). Pembinaannya mengambil masa 2 tahun menggunakan perbelanjaan Rancangan Malaysia Ketujuh (RMK-7). Ianya dibina di atas tanah yang mempunyai keluasan 38 ekar dan kedudukannya adalah kira-kira 8 kilometer dari Bandar Pasir Mas. Pengambilan pertama pelajar seramai 100 orang dibuat pada bulan April 2000. Institusi ini merupakan IKM pertama yang menawarkan jurusan di peringkat Diploma Teknologi dengan kerjasama Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).

Ditukar kepada nama Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA Pasir Mas (KKTM Pasir Mas) pada tahun 2004 dan menawarkan program Diploma MARA sepenuhnya mulai sesi Julai 2004. Dengan pengstrukturan baru ini jawatan Pengetua telah dinaiktaraf ke jawatan Pengarah dan jawatan Penolong Pengetua ke jawatan Timbalan Pengarah. Dua jawatan Timbalan Pengarah diwujudkan iaitu Hal Ehwal Akademik & Khidmat Pengurusan dan Hal Ehwal Pelajar.

Organisasi KKTM Pasir Mas dapat dibahagikan kepada dua bahagian utama iaitu Bahagian Khidmat Pengurusan & Hal Ehwal Pelajar yang terdiri daripada staf khidmat pengurusan dan Bahagian Hal Ehwal Akademik (HEA) yang terdiri daripada pensyarah teknikal, pensyarah bukan teknikal dan Pegawai Unit Peperiksaan. Bahagian Hal Ehwal Akademik merangkumi lima kursus iaitu Kursus Teknologi Elektrik, Kursus Teknologi Elektronik, Kursus Teknologi Senibina, Kursus Teknologi Mekanikal, Kursus Teknologi Bangunan, Jabatan Pengajian Am serta Unit Peperiksaan dan Persijilan.


  • Diploma Teknologi Elektrik Kuasa
  • Diploma Teknologi Elektronik Industri
  • Diploma Teknologi Senibina
  • Diploma Teknologi Mekanikal Rekabentuk
  • Diploma Teknologi Awam Bangunan

Sek. Men. Ugama (A) Arabiah Pasir Mas (SMU(A)PM)

15 April, 2008

Pelajaran Agama dan Bahasa Arab secara persekolahan telah bermula di bandar Pasir Mas pada tahun 1939. Pengasas dalam pelajaran Agama dan Bahasa Arab ini ialah Al-Fadhil Syed Abd. Qadir Toha Al-Saquof, seorang penjual kitab agama yang terkenal di Kelantan. Syed Abd. Qadir Toha adalah seornag perantau yang berasal dari Singapura dan menjadi guru agama yang terkenal di bandar Pasir Mas. Beliau menggunakan kediamannya yang bertempat di hadapan stesen keretapi Pasir Mas sebagai tempat pertama untuk mengadakan kelas agama dan Bahasa Arab di bandar Pasir Mas. Pada pertama kalinya kelas ini mempunyai pelajar seramai tiga orang sahaja, iaitu Hj. Mohamad b. Hj. Ismail, Allahyarham Che Omar b. Hj. Ahmad dan Che Abdul Rahman b. Hj. Mohamad.

Pada tahun 1940, bilangan pelajar telah bertambah kepada belasan orang. Antara pelajar yang gigih mempelajari Bahasa Arab dan ilmu agama pada waktu itu ialah Hj. Omar b. Hj. Ahmad, Hj. Abdul Rahman b. Hj. Mohamad, Che Zakaria b. Abd. Rahman, Hj. Abdul Hadi b. Hj. Mohd Nor, Hj. Ismail b. Ahmad, Che Mustaffa Tok Uban dan Tn .Hj. Hamid.

Pada tahun 1942, bilangan pelajar bertambah lagi kepada lebih 30 orang. Tempat belajar juga telah dipindahkan ke sebuah rumah berek di Jalan Lemal, Pasir Mas. Pada masa ini Syed Abd. Qadir Toha telah dibantu oleh seorang temannya bernama Syed Abdullah yang juga seornag penjual kitab agama. Kesedaran masyarakat Islam di bandar Pasir Mas terhadap pekajaran agama dan Bahasa Arab lebih meluas, maka minat guru terutamanya Syed Abd. Qadir Toha bertambah kuat lagi. Berikutan daripada itu, Allahyarham Hj. Mohd Daud Al-Ahmadi dengan kerjasama orang ramai dapat mendirikan sebuah bangunan yang lebih besar di atas sebidang tanah kepunyaan Hjh. Che Zainab Hj. Wook, di hilir bandar Pasir Mas. Sekolah ini diberi nama Madrasah Ahmadiah dan ditadbir oleh Majlis Ugama Islam Kelantan (MUIK).

Bangunan ini sekarang dijadikan musalla dan tempat mengajar Al-Quran. Bilangan pelajar terus meningkat, ini menyebabkan keadaan berubah dan terpaksa mengadakan sebuah bangunan baru yang lebih besar dan selesa lagi. Hasil kegiatan orang-orang Islam di bandar Pasir Mas pada bulan April 1944, sebuah bangunan separuh batu dua tingkat didirikan di Jalan Masjid Lama, Pasir Mas.

Pertambahan murid setiap tahun bertambah pesat. Oleh itu, pada tahun 1962, persekolahan siadakan dua sesi iaitu sesi pagi terdiri dari kelas yang lebih tinggi manakala sesi petang terdiri dari pelajar- pelajar baru dan kelas-kelas yang lebih rendah. Memandangkan keadaan ini, Ustaz Hj. Hashim Hj. Idris (Guru Besar ketika itu) telah membuat rayuan kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan, melalui Kementerian Pembangunan Negara da Luar Bandar untuk mendapatkan sebuah bangunan baru.

Projek Di Raja Kelantan

15 April, 2008

Projek DiRaja Tanaman Kelapa Wangi adalah hasil dari ilham dan cadangan DYMM Raja Perempuan Kelantan selaku Penasihat kepada Projek DiRaja Kelantan. Projek ini merupakan projek pertama yang dilancarkan di Negeri Kelantan pada awal 2001

Sebidang tanah seluas 12.8 ha (31.55 ekar) telah diusahakan di Kampung Gual Mesa, Mukim Apam, Jajahan Pasir Mas yang terdiri dari tanah kerajaan dan keadaan tanah tersebut pada masa itu adalah terbiar dan ditenggelami air.

Kerja-kerja pembangunan projek ini telah dijalankan bersama oleh jabatan dan agensi kerajaan terutama dari jabatan dan agensi di bawah Kementerian Pertanian serta juga pihak swasta kerana tiada peruntukan wang khusus disediakan bagi melaksanakan projek ini. Kerja-kerja penyediaan plan tatatur telah disediakan oleh Jabatan Perancang Bandar dan desa dengan nasihat teknikal diberikan oleh Jabatan Pertanian. Komponen projek terdiri dari tapak tanaman kelapa wangi, tapak tanaman sayur-sayuran, kolam ikan, reban ternakan ayam, rumah peserta, tapak gerai jualan, pejabat dan jalan ladang.

Seramai 8 peserta telah diambil daripada mereka yang terdiri dari golongan rakyat termiskin yang menepati kriteria yang telah ditetapkan oleh Kemeterian Pembangunan Luar Bandar untuk melayakkan mereka mendapat bantuan rumah PPRT(Program Pembangunan Rakyat Termiskin). Peserta dan keluarga akan ditempatkan di dalam kawasan projek dengan diberi kemudahan rumah dan kawasan ladang untuk menjalankan aktiviti pertanian yang telah diatur oleh pihak pengurusan.

Kerja-kerja menyediakan tapak telah dimulakan pada 28 Oktober 2000 dan kelapa wangi telah dicadangkan sebagai tanaman utama disamping tanaman sampingan dan aktiviti pertanian yang lain. Majlis Pelancaran oleh YAM Tengku Temenggong Kelantan telah diadakan pada 29 Oktober 2000.