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Tamparuli Sabah - A place to visit

Tamparuli Sabah was known as an old town rich with cultural value and fascinating places. The town located in the middle of Tuaran District, 36KM from the main city of Kota Kinabalu, easy to be found and a lot of surprises waiting for the visitors. The visitor will be fascinated with The Extreme Para Gliding Sport, The legendary of “Bukit Perahu”, Hatob-hatob Waterfall, Hanging Bridge and The Old Suspension Bridge Made by the British in the early 50s, The one and only "The Upside House Of Borneo" and Chantek Borneo Gallery if you visit Tamparuli Sabah. ( Please read more inside this website). For local tourist who likes to travel outside Malaysia, you can e-mail to D7tours and Travel Co through Harry.george@gmail.com. For International tourist who wish to visit Sabah The Land Below The Wind, you can e-mail or call to our correspondent travel agency:

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Kiulu 4M Challenge-4 December 2011

Up Coming Events, Kiulu 4M.

The Kiulu 4M Challenge On 4th December 2011, will be launched again and a jointly cooperation with Sabah Tourism  and Tuaran District Office. Originally my father came from Kiulu, Tuaran 15KM to Tamparuli and about 16KM to Tenghilan town. Kiulu is a small town upward to the hilly land. Fascinating view with two famous Home Stay,  Mitabang and Kiulu Home Stay. Kiulu will be once again become a foothold for extreme sport lover and tourist around the globe. Be sure to come to Kiulu to enjoy this events and please come early or you can start to book your air ticket now. Do search for more information about the Home Stay through this website. Happy surfing and please continue reading. 

Course Map K4M

Kiulu 4M Challenge is held in the Kiulu constituency in Tuaran. It is located 60 kilometers east of Kota Kinabalu. On the way to Kiulu, visitors will pass by the Tamparuli town. Tamparuli is home of the famous Tamparuli suspension bridge—a popular tourist attraction that inspired the eponymous folk song, Jambatan Tamparuli.

When in Kiulu, be sure not to miss the surrounding attractions such as the weekly tamu market. There are four different places holding their weekly tamu markets within its proximity, namely Kiulu, Tamparuli, Tuaran, and Tenghilan. The tamu is one of the best places to witness the living and breathing cultures of Sabah.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Sabah Tourism
Direct Link: http://kiulu4m.sabahtourism.com/index.php?page=3 (To Register and download form) 
Picture: Sabah Tourism

Watson Nyambek 200 Meter Record Finally Break By Sabahan


Finally the record from Watson Nyambek 200m event was break by a youngster from Sabah, Sebastian Lee Azcona at the Sibu Open Athletics Championship. Sebastian Lee Azcona is from Kota Kinabalu Sabah representing Tsubasa Kinabalu   Club smash Watson Nyambek record which last for 17 years old. Continue reading below...... 
Left: Sebastian Lee Azcona


Sebastian Lee Ascona continues his good form in the 200m event as he won in record time in the Sibu Open Athletics championship held at Stadium Tun Zaidi on Saturday.

The SM All Saints' student, who is representing Tsubasa Kinabalu Club, clocked 21.5s to smash the 17-year-old record of 21.9s set by former national sprint king Watson Nyambek in 1994.




According to coach Cyril Yap, the youngster was almost two meter ahead of second place winner when he crossed the line.

The feat won him a cash reward of RM500 plus another RM50 for setting the new record.

Sebastian also qualified for the 100m sprint together with fellow club mate Eddie Edward Jr which will be held today.

Cyril said that the duo is currently nursing minor injuries but it should not pose any problem for them in the final.

Another club mate Auf Afibukhari captured a gold in the 1,500m on Friday evening.

He has also clinched a bronze in the 5000m earlier.

Meanwhile young Hikaru Miles won gold in the 200m for the 14-year-old category with a new record time of 23.7s. The previous record 24.1s by Alex Watt was set in 2007.

He also made it to the final in the 100m event today.

Hikaru is one of three under 14 athletes in the Tsubasa team and the other two are Ridzuan Muthrin and Alastair Yong.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Kindergarten Teacher Was Hit On Head With Falling "No Parking" Sign


Donation for Kindergarten Teacher Reaches RM53k

The donations for kindergarten teacher Loi Ik Thai who was hit on the head by a falling "no parking" sign has reached RM53,000 - thanks to the generous public.

KK MP Hiew King Cheu, who has appealed to the public to kindly donate to assist her on the mounting hospital bills, said:

"So far, the figure is coming to a total of RM53,000 but the amount needed in future until her full recovery is hard to estimate.

"Loi's family wishes to extend sincere thanks and gratitude towards those who have made their kind donations."

Hiew visited the teacher and was informed that the doctors had cut away the top part of her skull for cleaning the brain, and stitched back her scuff without replacing her skull bone.

They are waiting for her to regain consciousness before the skull is finally reinserted later.

Hiew said he also checked with the Mayor of DBKK and was informed that DBKK is pursuing the public liability insurance claim from the insurance company on this case on her behalf.

"They (DBKK) are not sure as to when the money can be released," he said, urging the insurance company to release payment soon as possible.

Hiew said the teacher has not regained consciousness and the family is worried about her situation.

Hiew again urged the public to make generous donations to the father's account to help the teacher and her family.

Adapted Article From: Daily Express
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Tamparuli at Wikipedia


Tamparuli

Wikipedia Free encyclopedia for all. I have written many article about Tamparuli Sabah, when I search through google search using the keywords "Tamparuli" 1st website and suggested by google is Tamparuli-Wikipedia-the free encylopedia. For bloggers who used to play with keywords, wikipedia is unbeatable. I need sometime to beat the keywords used by wikipedia. Usually to make your website more popular, one of my suggestion is using the best keywords and your article must be a 1st class writing. Below is an article of Tamparuli which I pasted inside this post. Do read it and please comment if there any problem. Bye and Happy Weekends. 

Tamparuli is a small town and a sub-district of Tuaran on the west coast of Sabah, Malaysia. It is populated mainly by native Dusuns, while a sizeable Chinese community runs most of the shops in the town proper. As with many other small towns in Sabah and indeed Malaysia as a whole, the town itself consists of both newer concrete shoplots as well as old wooden ones, which are particularly prone to destruction by fire as evidenced in the destruction of one of the wooden shoplots in recent years.

The most famous landmark in Tamparuli is a long hanging bridge, which is immortalised in the song Jambatan Tamparuli, a popular Kadazandusun song. Another bridge, built for motor traffic, spans the river far below the hanging bridge and is frequently flooded during heavy rain.

Tamparuli is located just off the Kota Kinabalu - Sandakan road, making it a popular stop for a snack or meal for travellers taking this route from the direction of Kota Kinabalu. The town is also a convenient stop en route to the town of Kiulu, a popular whitewater rafting destination for domestic and foreign tourists alike.

Coordinates: 6°8′0″N 116°16′0″E
Country Malaysia
State Sabah
Time zone MST (UTC+8)
Postcode 89257
Area code(s) 088

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Wikipedia
Picture: Wikipedia.

Tamparuli Noodle

Best Mee Noodle At Tamparuli Sabah.

I came across with a very nice blog which tell about the Tamparuli Noodle. This lady, I supposed was a tourist and most probably she visited Tamparuli in 2010. I must gave credit to her because she told and wrote many nice thing to my home town of Tamparuli Sabah. Well the title of her post is Beaufort Noodle Vs Tamparuli Noodle and she wrote about the different taste of noodle from Tamparuli and Beaufort. For me, after undergo a lot travelling around Sabah, Tamparulin Noodle is the best. If you want to find the so call "Haven Of Foods" you can find it in Tamparuli Sabah. The best is Kota Kinabalu but Tamparuli and Tuaran at least have their own advantages because of the Home Made Noodle which require a special skill in making it and the ingredient is SECRET. If you don't believe it.... Do visit Tamparuli and Tuaran town for your own experience. The best restaurant recommended to enjoy this Tamparuli Noodle is.... your can find it by yourself after your reach here. Because of the area of Tamparuli Town is small, you can easily find any types of restaurant located here. It will be a suprise for the tourist to find it by themselve. I will show your some picture of Tamparuli Noodle collected from Blogger and as for their credit you can click the picture and will be directed to their blog. Thanks.


Beaufort Noodle... 


Beaufort Noodle Restaurant located at Kota Kinabalu Sabah.


Tamparuli Noodle


Rice with Pork Ribs......


Tamparuli Town.

Another post from http://foodstepssabah.blogspot.com which posted in 2009 also write about and recommend the best of Tamparuli Noodle/Mee. He mentioned about the Wun Chiap Restaurant which I have an article of it where I wrote it inside my blog. I must also gave him a credit for jobs in writing for Tamparuli Noodle. This guy from Kota Kinabalu and really like to travel from town to town for enjoying the foods. Nice jobs my friend and thank for your post for Tamparuli Noodle.

Adapted for Mr David Liew post: 

Everyone heard of the well known Tuaran Noodle & Beaufort Fried Noodle. There is another well known noodle which is as good as the prior two....the Tamparuli Fried Noodle. All these noodles are named after the town where it was originated.

Tamparuli is a small town nearby Tuaran along the way to Ranau and the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, Mt. Kinabalu. There is a restaurant in the centre of a row of shophouses called Restoran Wun Chiap. This family-run restaurant, located next to Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN), is where the famous Tamparuli Noodle originated. There are many other restaurants offering Tamparuli Noodle in their menu, but none of them got close to the taste of its original creator, the Wun Chiap family. Its customers are willing to travel as far as Kota Kinabalu just to enjoy a plate of the original Tamparuli Noodle.

The noodle is hand made and usually fried with BBQ pork (Char Siew), Egg Pork Roll (minced pork rolled with egg, only available in Sabah), eggs and veggies. Sometimes after enjoying a plate, people will order some extra to take-away (tapau) either for their family & friends, or for their own consumption later.

This shop is a must stop for myself every time I travelled to Ranau for business. No matter where I am heading to, I will stop by to have a plate of Tamparuli Noodle at Wun Chiap. Its a practice since my family brought me there more than 20 years ago.

Have a try and I believe you will never forget the taste! However, please don't go so early as it usually opens late.







Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Picture: Foodsteps Sabah and a1o2 Blogspot.com

Malaysia Flag


Show patriotism with the flag

The people have been urged to fly the Jalur Gemilang during this independence month to show their appreciation and love for the country.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said flying the national flag would not only show the people's appreciation for the harmony felt in the country, it also proves that the people are united.

This year's independence month, themed at "1Malaysia: Successful Transformation, Harmonious People", he said, is also relevant as it gives hope and means a lot to all Malaysians.

He stated that the harmony and unity enjoyed by the people now has to be continued and preserved, for the betterment of the people.

He said this while officiating at the state level independence month and Jalur Gemilang Flying campaign at the City Hall compound on Thursday.

Musa's speech was delivered by Deputy Chief Minister, Datuk Yahya Hussin.

In this respect, Musa pointed out that the State Government would continue to focus on certain areas such as poverty eradication, rural facilities development, education, security and government services to it's clients.

These, he said, are some of the government's effort in ensuring that the Government Transformation Programme, Economic Transformation Programme as well as New Economic Model are carried out as planned.

Towards the end, he urged all parties, let it be from private or government sectors to support the campaign and to fly the National flag as a proof of their love and loyalty to the country.

Meanwhile, the event also saw performances such as choir, poem declamations, and the distribution of flags to motorists around Jalandhar Gaya.

Yahya also represented Musa in the flagging off of the Mount Kinabalu climb expedition group during the event.

Also present were representatives from the Navy, maritime, Police, local leaders such as Mayor, Datuk Abidin Madingkir, Deputy Chief Minister, Datuk Yee Moh Chai, Local Government and Housing Minister, Datuk Hajiji Hj Noor, Moyog Assemblyman Daruk Donald Mojuntin among others.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Love Sabah


The Borneo Heritage Foundation (BHF) Thursday launched its Love Sabah campaign and BHF Charity Fund, which it hopes will provide the impetus for Sabah and its people to have a new beginning for progress.

Its Chairman Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan, who launched these simultaneously at the Tambunan Golf Country and Club (TNGCC) here, said the Cinta Sabah campaign is to promote love and patriotism for Sabah as a land of peace, harmony and abundance, despite its diversity in people, culture, language and religion and with world renown habitats in nature, flora and fauna.

"The best way to promote Sabah is to promote a love for Sabah with the philosophy, understanding and belief that when you love something, you will take care and protect it from harm's way," he said.

Jeffrey said the Cinta Sabah campaign would kick-off with a Cinta Sabah song-writing contest, which will be based on the theme Cinta Sabah with elements of local heritage and aspiration.

Winning entries would be presented with cash and other prizes, he said, adding the contest ends on Aug 31 and the winners will be announced on Malaysia Day on Sept 16, 2011, with the awards presentation ceremony to be held on Sept 30, 2011.

"Once a proud State rich and abundant in natural resources including oil and gas, it is now the poorest State in Malaysia with 40 per cent of all the poor and losing almost 100 per cent of its oil and gas resources," he said.

With a view of offering whatever assistance it can, Jeffrey said BHF will establish the BHF Charity Fund as a fund to be generated by Sabah-loving people for the people of the State.

As part of the Cinta Sabah campaign as well as to collect funds for the BHF Charity Fund, he said a Cinta Sabah charity golf will also be held.

Details of the charity golf and other Cinta Sabah programmes will be announced in due course.

"BHF hopes that the simultaneous launch of the Cinta Sabah campaign and the establishment of the BHF Charity Fund will in a way provide the lead and the impetus as the first step for Sabah and its people to have a new beginning for progress," he said.

He said BHF further hoped that Sabah can and will become a vibrant and progressive State in Malaysia and contribute more than its fair share towards the progress and development of the country, once its rightful place in Malaysia has been restored.

"And also at the same time enabling Sabahans and the patriot in each Sabahan and all Sabah-loving Malaysians to rise to the occasion and support the Cinta Sabah campaign and BHF Charity Fund," he said.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

No Shark Fin...


The Sabah Anglers Association is rallying behind the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Tanjung Aru in its ongoing "Say No To Shark Fins" awareness campaign.


The association showed its support for the campaign through an initial contribution of RM1,260 being proceeds from its recent auction of fish caught during its fishing tournament in May.

Its President, Datuk Wilfred Lingham, presented it to JCI Tanjung Aru President, Evonne Chong, in a ceremony held at The Green Connection (aquarium and science discovery centre) here, Thursday.

JCI Tanjung Aru Vice President and campaign organising chairman Aderick Chong and Professor Steve Oakley of The Green Connection were also present.

"We auctioned some 139kg of fish caught in the tournament and donated all the proceeds of RM1,260 to the JCI Tanjung Aru for its campaignÉI feel this is a good move and we will continue to give our continuous support to it," said Lingham.

He said the association had actually initiated the campaign about 10 years ago, but that "in the process our intention was fragmented by other activities, like the worry on the application of formalin in fish, the fish-bombing activity, plastic bag waste and so on."

"So we are glad that a new group has emerged to specialise on the banning of shark finsÉthe world's shark population will be extinct if there is no proactive effort to save it from now," he said, adding that presently sharks are not only hunted for their fins as what the public commonly perceive but the whole fish.

Stating the contribution would be used to make campaign T-shirts and so on, Chong said the need to increase awareness among people is still crucial based on their observation which showed shark fins are still quite in demand here.

He said shark fins are considered part of the "luxurious items" important in wedding receptions to a certain culture and, thus, would require a continuous awareness campaign to change the existing perception among the people on this.

Nevertheless, in general, there has been positive response from various quarters including business organisations like the Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa and Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort and so on which have stopped using shark fins in their menus.

Oakley, meanwhile, proposed that Sabah create a shark conservation area or sanctuary within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park waters where there is a noticeable presence of especially the black-tipped shark species.

He said such a protection area is needed to ensure the success of the campaign, apart from a change in the people's mindset and so on.

On Thursday morning, there was also a special session held at the centre for pre-school children, who were treated to a special appearance and a talk about the Guitar Shark, which half belongs to the shark family species and half to the stingray family.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Biometric System During Election In Sabah


A world first in biometric use if plan proceeds

Malaysia may create history by being the first nation in the world to use the biometric system during a general election if everything goes according to plan.

"Even though this system is not new, so far it has only been used as a verification system such as during immigration checks, entering as a new player in the general election," Election Commission Deputy Chairman Datuk Wira Wan Ahmad said at the Federal Administration Complex here, Thursday.

The EC is currently researching details on the biometric technology it plans to use during the next general election. It would not release the technology until it is satisfied with the outcome of the tests it conducts.

"Only after we are satisfied will we let political parties and NGOs test the technology and give us feedback,"

He said certain people have evaluated the technology without any relevant information to back it up.

"As we have yet to test the system, how can these people evaluate the credibility of the system before even touching it first hand," he asked.

He advised those people to be patient and look at the final product before evaluating the system.

Further on the biometric system and criticisms that it is not fool-proof unlike indelible ink, he said the constitution does not allow for the EC to delete a name from the system until the next of kin reports the death to the NRD.

"We only take into account verified records, and it is not our duty to verify the records but the National Registrar Department's (NRD) task to do so," Wira said.

After it has been reported, the NRD will update their records and the EC system will consequently pick up the notification and delete the person's name, he said.

Every month the EC removes on average 7,000 names of people from the list that are confirmed to be dead, he said.

"A lot of people don't understand the technicality of the system so don't simply accuse us because it has to do with the credibility of both agencies," Wira said.

He said to register voters the EC requires help from political parties which allocate a number of members as assistant registrars and there are currently a total of 547 assistant registrars.

"Some registration forms have been rejected because of duplicate registration and some that had been registered only have Permanent Resident status," Wira explained.

Currently, the State has a total of 864,941 registered voters out of 1,169,884 eligible persons, he said.

Some 368,373 new voters were registered between April and June this year.

The number comprised 290,665 new voters and 77,708 applications to change polling stations.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Mackley " Bod " George

"Jangan Pernah"

A song that being re-sing again by my brother, Mackley "Bod" George. It is about a Christian Song and sung in Malay version. Re-sing back at our own Home Studio and mixed arrangement by a friend but the quality, is not in a higher level only moderate level. Do enjoy the song... for those who understand the lyric and for those who do not understand the.. please enjoy the music and the beautiful voice. My brother is one of the local band member from Tamparuli Sabah  "Rave" who lasted only for two years because of their differences of  ideas and their career commitment. The group will be active soon...


For more details about Rave do click the link below.
Rave - Undoubted Rock Band Singing Like Indonesian Band.

Posted By: Harry George
Picture: Tamparuli Sabah
Sources: Mackley"Bod"George and Rave 

Festival to Polish Youth In Sabah

 Voice Out' festival to polish youths' talent, raise funds

Youth PREP Centre Alamesra is again organising a "Voice Out 2011" arts festival this year to highlight the artistic achievements of Sabahan youths.

Organising chairperson, Mary Anne Balthazar, said the charity art festival, which is in its second year running, aims to polish the inborn talent of local Sabahan youths in many areas of arts including theatre, vocals and musical music, dance choreography, photography and to raise funds for the Youth PREP Centre Alamesra.

"With the theme 'We Can Change the World with Kindness, Justice and Peace', the activities this year will centre around the topic of justice and peace and how we all can do our part even through artistic expression," she said.

According to Mary, Sabahan youths are talented and have much potential in them.

"They just need support and a place or an event to showcase their abilities and at the same time spread awareness on social realities they face and empower other youths to their full potential through their art and music," she said.

According to her, the previous year's participants found the event to be especially beneficial.

"It was a good event where people were inspired and entertained.

It's a place where talented local people get discovered and a good place to meet new friends," said a past participant named Kaziemah Sariman.

"The event was excellent as it polished and discovered some new local talents among the youths.

"It also exposed youths to current issues besides giving them the opportunity to make new friends and put their time to good use," said another student, Rezanold Taipau.

Mary said the event will culminate on July 30 and 31 with a special arts and photography exhibition, live art demonstration by Cracko Art and Mayuri Art as well as acoustic performances on the first day.

"The launch will take place on the second day with dance, theatre and musical performances by home-grown talents and will be officiated by Minister of Tourism Culture and Environment, Datuk Masidi Manjun," she said.

Mary said there will also be special performances by local bands such as Donatello, JADE Sisters, Bring Back the Arcade, Cahaya d'Folk, Dang Bandangs, Orkes Akiuku, Bitter Serenade, The Retrock, Meteor Crates, Nahkota Band, Shooting Day, Ben-G and also performances from Green Leaf Theatre House, No Medic Crew, SM All Saints, Asrama Gereja St. James Tenghilan and Animation Team YPC.

"Eye and Ears Production has also come up with a catchy charity single entitled "Voice Out" which will feature JADE Sisters, Donatello, Bring Back the Arcade and Decipher. All proceeds from the sales will go to the youth centre," she said.

Among the celebrities who will come to support this event are actress, model and former Miss Tourism Queen International Malaysia 2009, Cassandra Patrick, who is the ambassador of Voice out 2011 and DJ Othoe who will be emceeing.

The event is also supported by 1Borneo, Mega Boogie, SuriaFM and MACP.

For more information on Voice Out 2011, contact Mary Anne Balthazar at 088-485371 or visit the official blog at http://voiceout-kk.blogspot.com/

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express 
Picture: Google Image

Alcohol Free For Muslim.


Malt Drinks Halal For The Muslim 


The National Fatwa Council has ruled that malt drinks like Barbican are allowed to be consumed by Muslims.


It said these products were processed not for making alcoholic drinks and the alcohol content derived from the process was very low and not intoxicating.

"Hence, such drinks are allowed to be consumed by Muslims in line with the decisions made by the council at its previous series of muzakarah or discussions (in 1984, 1987, 1988 and 2010)," National Fatwa Council chairman, Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Abdul Shukor Husin, told a news conference, here.

These series of discussions were on the alcohol content in food, drinks and medicines and the decision on the malt drinks which was announced today, was made at the council's muzakarah held from June 16 and 18 this year.

"With that decision, Muslims need not worry about the status of these drinks as they are halal (permitted) for Muslims," said Abdul Shukor.

However, he said, the muzakarah also advised producers of such malt drinks not to use labels, brands and the likes that could cause confusion to consumers, especially Muslims.

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express 
Picture: Google Image

Chelsea complains to Malaysia over Benayoun racism


LONDON: Chelsea has formally complained to Malaysia's football federation after Israel midfielder Yossi Benayoun faced anti-Semitic abuse during a preseason friendly in the Muslim-majority nation.

In last Thursday's match against a Malaysian XI, Benayoun was jeered and booed as he became the first Israeli in recent memory to play in the country, which is a staunch supporter of the Palestinians and has no diplomatic ties with Israel.

"Notwithstanding most fans behaving appropriately on the night, we believe Yossi was subjected to anti-Semitic abuse by a number of supporters at the game," Chelsea said Wednesday in a statement on its website. "Such behaviour is offensive, totally unacceptable and has no place in football."

The Premier League club, which is now in Hong Kong, did not complain to the Football Association of Malaysia at the time.

The Malaysian association's general secretary, Datuk Azzuddin Ahmad, did not immediately answer calls made by the AP to his cell phone, and other officials declined to comment. "It was initially unclear as to the nature of the abuse Yossi received, as several players from both teams experienced similar treatment, sometimes louder and longer," Chelsea said.

"However, having taken time to consider the issue fully, it has become apparent that a formal complaint was necessary."

Chelsea is owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, who is also Jewish. - AP

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express, AP
Picture: Google Image



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