Sunday, June 24, 2012

JITH Day 2

Johor International Treasure Hunt 2012  
Sunday, 10 June 2012
Kg Parit Tengah - Tanjung Piai

Today is our last day for JITH 2012 Leg 2. So, pagi-pagi lagi kami dah bangun bersiap because we have to be at Dewan Haji Hashim before 8 a.m. And before that, breakfast terakhir kami bersama mak angkat kami yang baik hati, aunty Umi Kalthom. Thanks for everything.

Bergambar Kenangan with our Mak Angkat, Aunty Umi Kalthom

Berkumpul ditempat yang sama semalam for Day 2 hunting

We're ready

Date: 10th June 2012 (Sunday)
Time: 8:30 am
Venue: Haji Hashim Hall, Kampung Parit Tengah, Rengit

Queuing for the Leg 2 tasks
Check Point Task 1 – Haji Hashim Hall, Kg Parit Tengah

CP1 - Q1:
To a Sarawakian, it is an airplane. Burst it to get the sticker inside. Then, paste the sticker in the answer space here.

Answer: Balloon


Airplane in Sarawakian’s tongue = belon = balloon

Dah dapat soalan bukan nak buka dulu, padahal the first CP1 was here

Check Point Task 2 – Bugis Museum, Teluk Kerang

 CP2 task... Muzium Bugis

CP2 - Q3:
This house is made of femur, patella, tibia and fibula?


femur, patella, tibia and fibula = BONE

CP2 - Q2:
This weapon is the combination of the sun, Malay and gravity.

Weapon = Clue
Sun = SUN
Malay ‘and’ = DAN
Gravity = G

Answers for CP2

Check Point Task 3 – Tanjung Piai Homestay, Serkat

I did not snap any photo here.

CP3 - Q4: Name the traditional game that is being played here. 
Answer: CONGKAK 

Check Point Task 4 – Tanjung Piai National Park, Tg Piai
CP5 Our last task, welcome to Tanjung Piai

CP4 - Q5:
Who has a green thumb?

Only one member of your team must plant a mangrove in the designated area.

1st task... kena tanam pokok bakau yea

CP5 - Q6:
Go to the end of the continent and take a photo with the whole planet. Show the photo to the secretariat on duty at the dock.



The whole planet = GLOBE

Route to our second task

Macam tak caya jer, I've have made it this far


Treasure #1:
Ready to find something crispy this time,
Oriental Food Industries cracks a clue so prime,
This shrimp-like shellfish tastes the best, we’d chime,
At the beginning, the brand is in this Acrostic rhyme.


crispy = clue for crackers
Oriental Food Industries = clue of manufacturer
cracks = clue for crackers
shrimp-like shellfish = clue for PRAWN
At the beginning = hint for initial
Acrostic rhyme = clue for first letter of the poem
Read downward = R.O.T.A.

Treasure #2:
This treasure is krafted under cookie and confection,
It is named like that golfer with a feline distinction,
Blackberry Internet Service leads the syllable dictation,
Then it is preceded by the strong local translation.


krafted = clue of the manufacturer
cookie and confection = clue for biscuit
golfer with a feline distinction = TIGER (wood)
Blackberry Internet Service = BIS
strong local translation = translate LOCAL in Malay = KUAT

Treasure #3:

TH + One + Scarf – Thor + É = Nescafé
*Present one in a can

Treasure #4:
This treasure here is given for free,
The feedback forms return we plea,
What you need to do is to fill in your copy,
We hope you would answer it sincerely.

Answer: FEEDBACK FORM (each member)

The treasures

In-Car Challenge:

1) In a kampung, there are five houses used as homestays, painted with five different colours.
2) In each house, there is a tourist of different nationality as their guest.
3) These five tourists each enjoy drinking a different kind of local beverage, eating different type of Johorean dish and playing a different traditional game.

1. The American lives in a red house.
2. The Egyptian plays gasing.
3. The Japanese drinks sugarcane juice.
4. The green house is next to, and on the left of the white house.
5. The guest of the green house drinks bandung soda.
6. The guest who eats nasi ambang plays batu seremban.
7. The guest of the yellow house eats mee bandung muar.
8. The guest living in the centre house drinks air katira.
9. The Russian lives in the first house.
10. The guest who eats laksa johor lives next to the one who plays sepak raga.
11. The guest who plays tarik upih lives next to the guest who eats mee bandung muar.
12. The guest who eats otak-otak kempas drinks coconut water.
13. The German eats bariyani gam.
14. The Russian lives next to the blue house.
15. The guest who eats laksa johor has a neighbour who drinks teh tarik.

Who plays congkak?

Answer: GERMAN

The answers & explanations for the the other 15Qs can be found at

Johor International Treasure Hunt - Leg 2 Answers


Date: 10th June 2012 (Sunday)
Time: 1:30 pm - Treasure Hunt Leg 2 concludes - submission beyond this point will be penalized
           2:00 pm - Secretariat counter closes - submission beyond this point will be disqualified
Venue: Kompleks Penghulu Mukim Serkat, Tanjung Piai, Pontian

Alhamdulillah, we've made it at 1 p.m. Actually we arrived much earlier but solving the In Car challenge took us half an hour to think about the answers. Luckily, it was GERMAN.

Selera akak2 ni layan makanan orang bugis & laksa Johor yea

The VIPs are coming for the closing ceremony

Everyone is waiting for the answers & winners
Winners for this year JITH 2012... congratulations

As expected the winners are the regular hunters.

Thanks to the organizing committees of JITH 2012 for the successful of JITH 2012 with the theme of "Hunting Treasure with Homestay Pleasure". It was really fun & adventurous. Waiting for next year event.

Thanks organizer for the JITH photos too.

End of JITH Day 2

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