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In remembrance of "Charlie Chaplin" of Asia, P. Ramlee.

  • May 30, 2014 · 12:00 AM
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P. Ramlee, was a Malaysian film actor, director, singer, songwriter, composer, and producer. Due to his contributions to the movie and music industry and his literary work, he is often considered the icon of Malay entertainment in Malaysia, Singapore, and Sumatra.

On 29th May 1973, P. Ramlee closed his eyes for the very last time and we had lost a very talented and gifted artiste of all-time. P. Ramlee's death was a shock to the nation, and a sense of collective guilt began to spread nationwide, as prior to his death he had been discredited and rejected by his own nation, citing that he was a "has been" and that his songs and film were no longer marketable. Despite his previous success in the entertainment industry, P. Ramlee died a penniless man, having given away the last of his money to a visitor to the house whom he deemed needed the money more than him. 41 years after his passing, his legacy still remains strong in the Malay community. Let us all pause for a moment, look back and appreciate all of his contributions to the Malay movie and music industry.

Do watch this video (P. Ramlee's biography, 1.5 hours duration) whenever you have the time :

Here are the details of the trip :

- Departure from Singapore at 2350 hours on 30 May 2014 ( Bus return tickets at $59 per person)

31 May 2014

- Arrival in Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur. Will be proceeding to accommodation. Price are from SGD 35 to 69 depending on the room type.

- At 1000 hours, we will be proceeding to P. Ramlee's cemetery to pay our respect.

- After lunch, we will proceed to P. Ramlee Memorial Museum, which was his former home.

- Free and easy in the evening.

31 May 2014

- Free and easy in the morning. Checkout at 1200 hours.

- Bus departure from Berjaya Times Square at 1530 hours.

Please confirm your attendance by 20th April 2014. Please do not hesitate to contact my at[masked] should you have any questions. Looking forward to meeting all of you on this trip. 


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  • Firdaus N.

    Hi all,

    The RSVP is now closed. For those who are going for this trip, I will be creating a whatsapp group. Text me your contact number to[masked] so that I could add you up. Thank you and have a good day.

    Trip Organiser

    April 21, 2014

  • Firdaus N.

    Hi. No worries. The timing is just tentative. Will be adjusted accordingly.

    1 · January 19, 2014

  • aSh

    Hi Firdaus, is it possible to travel on Friday evening? Susah nak dapat cuti. :-)

    January 18, 2014

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