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Persiapan barang2 ke Mekah

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Bungkusan makanan ditulis “Amanah” supaya tidak dibuka oleh custom Arab

Sambal daging – Packing dalam plastic kecil2 Perlu terutama di Mina
Ikan masin – kurau/tinggiri; siap goreng Packing dalam plastic kecil2
Kicap, cili sauce, budu. Pepper & salt – small plastic container (siam) Bottle, packing dlm plastik kecil2 – better
Sabal tumis, ikan bilis/udang kering – siap digoreng
Maggi mee – spare semasa lepas haji. Saudi expensive, not available mungkin ada masalah makanan untuk 1-2 hari
Drink – coffee, Nescafe & tea (3 in 1) Buat spare sikit
Condensed milk – expensive in Mekah if weight permit, for tea tarik
Plastic plates, tupperware, fork & spoon, pen knife. Flask air panas & mug To bring food to room, at time
Ubat – nivea cream, vaseline, panadol, minyak angin, vitamin, lozenges, baby wipe ( unscented) Get prescription for : Anti allergy cream & tablet, antibiotic, flagyl,
Baju melayu x2, kain 3, seluar 2, shirt 2,  seluar tidur, towel. Baju top x3 & seluarnya Baju top – tentu beli kat Medinah- cheaper than Mekah
Pakaian dalam, seluar, T-shirt
Kain lepas/ basah/ela x2 or Kain pelekat tak berjait. Senang dibasuh compare to kain ihram Dipakai sebelah dalam kain ihram, sebagai ganti underwear.
Spare spectacle
Kasut slipper jepun.Slipper plastic yg dipakai x2 (sah dlm ihram) Depan terbuka, kedai Bata
Toothbrush, toothpaste, Listerine gargle,  soap-unscented Supply untuk sebulan
Washing powder, brush sabut, sponge Supply untuk sebulan
Cloth line, hanger, clip/peg, paku/screw x4, Sidai kain kering/basah
Ribbon penanda bag, tali /rafia untuk ikat bungkusan kurma, marker pen – black Tulis di bungkusan, hantar ke M’sia
Test pen screwdriver, plug adapter 2 round pin
Small torch light
Uncang kasut dan batu
Mosquito repellent – yg tiada bau, sebab dlm ihram. Jenis patch, fan, Guna di Arafah- banyak mosquito keluar waktu malam
Tissue paper & roll
Simple mobile phonex2 (husband & wife communication) STC local sim card

Persiapan  ke Arafah & Mina

Niat  di tempat tinggal semasa hendak turun pergi ke Arafah:  Sahaja aku mengerjakan haji dan ihram aku dengannya kerana Allah Taala.

  • Avoid coffee, caffeine in Arafah – minimised going to toilet
  • Banyakkan doa di masa wukuf selepas tergelincir matahari – hingga sebelum masuk magrib. ( Doakan kami semua – mendapat taufik & hidayah dan keredaan-Nya)
  • Drink lot of water (Zam-zam)  > 3L/day with doa.
Small bag for 3 days stay in Mina
Tissue
Mosquito repellent – yg tiada bau, sebab dlm ihram
Water bottles, plastic container for washing up
Pen knife
Plastic cover from rain, protect mattress Eg. plastic table cloth (Salamku)
Air pillow
Toothbrush, toothpaste, Listerine gargle in small bottle, unscented soap
Kain pelekat tak berjait x2 Guna untuk gi toilet, save kain ihram/payah untuk kering
Towel
Kain, seluar, baju – boleh pakai selepas tahlul Di Mina
Buku kesihatan,doa, Quran, tasbih.
Tikar lapik, sejadah- beli Mekah
Small torch light
Slipper plastic yg dipakai
Bring some water, fruits, biscuit,
Contoh Doa from ustaz Mat & Doa Arafah

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October 29, 2010 - Posted by | Haji

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