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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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My Life My Stories: Free Foot Massage at Tamparuli River.


Hai... it seem ages that  I've not touch my laptop for updating my favorite website Tamparulisabah.com. Suddenly I got an idea yesterday when I passed Tamparuli old bridge where I saw a group of people were massaging their foots at the river. Well, why not I write this story and tell the world that Tamparuli got a new place to visit and enjoy. It is free for the visitors and remember to bring fish food for attracting the Kelah. It was discovered last year and since than people from all over Sabah keep on coming to this site to get the so-called free foot massage. I have try it before with my brothers and nephews and they were really enjoying it so much. Next time I will bring my son and daughter to this place. The fish was in the same species with the fish at Luanti Fish Village Ranau about 100km from Tamparuli town. But... you have to pay when your are visiting  there. I am inviting the foreign tourist to come to Tamparuli town and enjoy it for free... All the Tamparulians were waiting with warmly open heart. Come visit us soon.    

When I was in teenagers time, I used to swim and play along this river area with my old buddies such as Ebon Gansoi, Hillary S Manson, Alfunsus Danding, Colin joaness, Ignatius Bop Juanis, Yap Chee Lung, Azmi Mohd Tamin, Abd Rahman Ajui, Sugianto Yusuf, Jerome Jariman and many more. During that time the river were belong to us... The river stuck with a lot of beautiful memory. I wish I can turn back time and enjoy being a teenagers once more. "Lovely memory will stuck with your forever" HG. We can catch fish at the river during that time.. but now the Tagal were introduce and people were prohibited to catch fish at the river anymore. It is for good for future generation they said. I am agree with that and hopefully our next generation can enjoy it same with us.

Here, I got some pictures to be shared among my loyal and hardcore readers. Credits to Agustine Jumaat  FB and my own picture. Enjoy and see you soon on my next article. Good Day, Good Health, Good Business and God Bless... Hurrrah...




Wrote By: Harry George
Pictures: Harry George and Agustine Jumat FB

Envoy Upbeat On The Peace


Good news can be expected once the final terms of the Malaysian brokered peace deal between the Philippines Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) is completed.

Philippines Ambassador to Malaysia J. Eduardo Malaya said the deal, which ended decades-long conflict between the two sides, will bear fruit very soon, adding that negotiations between the two are going very well.

"The country is a fast developing nation and it is vital that peace and stability is upheld," he said in his address during the University of Philippines Concert Chorus performance, here.

The peace deal was inked on Oct. 15 last year.



He said there is a need to strengthen the ties of both nations as they share similar cultures and economy especially Sabah, as it is closest. Malaya said he is relatively happy with the effort made by leaders of both nations namely Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Philippines President Beningno Aquino III to harness mutual relations.

The Philippines economy last year posted 7 per cent growth, exceeding its 6 per cent target, making the nation the second fastest growing in the South East Asia region.

During his visit in mid-February, Malaya said there is huge potential for Malaysian businesses to invest in the country, adding that he has led a trade delegation from Selangor to Cotabato and Bangsamoro in November 2012.

Furthermore, he said many Philippine companies have also invested in Malaysia for example Petron Corp, which has acquired Esso Malaysia Bhd for US$600 million including its 557 petrol station and refineries nationwide.

Like Sabah, Malaya said the Philippines also has thousands of islands and tourism spots which can be visited.

He said in 2012 there were four million tourist arrivals into the country, 106,000 of them Malaysians.

Daily Express.


Scammer exposed " Red Handed "


A lawyer not only managed to outwit a SMS scam requiring him to transfer RM449,827 into a Bank Rakyat account bearing number 22067949008 but also set up a trap to unravel the modus operandi. JM Martin also tipped off Daily Express to witness the transaction and to voice record his handphone conversation with the confidence trickster, a woman, who spoke in Malay with an Indonesian accent.

He earlier received a SMS stating that he won a grand prize of RM20,000 from Shell Malaysia Bhd on May 22. He decided to check out the origin of the SMS on June 4 by calling the handphone 012-8108245. To win over his confidence, he was given the company's website www.shell,myl.weds.com. But upon checking, it was stated that the website had been frozen.

Martin was instructed to go to the Public Bank to make the necessary transaction to claim his prize monies. The woman called him and gave step by step instructions so that the RM20,000 would end up in his savings account.

He decided to play dumb and at times the woman would berate him when he stalled or made a mistake. She insisted the transaction on the ATM be conducted in Bahasa Malaysia, even though Martin claimed he was not well versed in the language. After he inserted his ATM card, the woman seemed fully aware of what he was doing through the sound beeps emitted from the machine as what appeared on the screen or when the card was ejected.

She asked Martin about his savings account balance and when he gave a fictitious RM23,000 she insisted it should be RM23,066.

Then, Martin was told to go to the module "Pindahan Bayaran Pinjaman" (transfer loan repayment). From there he had to enter "Pindahan Antara Bank" (inter bank transfer) and to choose Bank Rakyat. At this stage, the woman asked Martin to key in 449827 but the figure appeared as RM449,827. That was when Martin blew the lid and revealed his identity to the scammer. It was not a serial number but a sum of money to be transferred to the woman's Bank Rakyat account. A Public Bank officer who was also a witness spoke to the woman that it was a transfer of money.

However, the woman was insistent that it was a serial number to effect the prize money to Martin. She was unrattled by Martin's exposure and threats to report to the police commercial crime division. Pressing on to complete the process, she told Martin to co-operate or otherwise his account would not be active to receive the money. She also avoided giving her name, other than that her office was in Damansara, Kuala Lumpur.

From his legal experience, Martin knew it was a bid to borrow RM449,827 from Bank Rakyat using his savings account balance as collateral.

"The full loan might not get through but the con woman thought she could get her hands on the balance of the savings account which I cooked up as RM23,000," he explained.

Martin, accompanied by Daily Express, lodged a report at the Labuan police contingent's head office. He hoped that by exposing it, the public would not fall prey to such criminals. Prior to the exercise, the lawyer also briefed the bank of his plan to expose the scam.

Sources: Daily Express

" Thanks to this lawyer for his brave action. The internet scammer should be stopped once and for all."


Computer Aids for Rural Areas School.


More than 15 government-aided primary and secondary schools in Sabah, especially those in rural areas, have thus far benefited from the computer assistance programme under the Resource Development and Information Technology Ministry.

The latest was SRK St James in Apin Apin, the oldest school in Keningau, which received its share of the contribution under the programme, on Tuesday.

Minister Datuk Siringan Gubat presented three computer units to the school, received by its Excellent Principal Nasip Dipal, in a brief ceremony held at his office in Wisma Bandaraya, here, that morning.

Hoping the contribution would help in boosting further the school and student performance, Siringan said the free contribution is part of the State Government and Ministry's effort to help provide such information and communication technology (ICT) facility to such needy schools in the rural area.

"We hope the contribution will directly and indirectly assist in encouraging the rural pupils to use ICT, in line with the State and Ministry's aspiration to boost the use of ICT in rural area," he said.

He said the Ministry will continue with this ongoing programme, which is subject to availability of budget provided for the purpose, adding the contribution is provided according to requests made by the needy schools which would be those that do not receive full government assistance.

The Ministry is also continuously monitoring the progress of all schools which have received the contribution, he said.

Meanwhile, Nasip thanked the Ministry and Minister for the contribution which, he said, is very meaningful for the teachers and students considering the school all this while is heavily dependent on contribution from parents.

He said the school, a former mission school established in 1946, is still lacking in terms of ICT facility and the contribution would reduce the work burden of its teachers as well as boost their teaching performance.

The school, which presently has 190 pupils and 28 teaching and administration staff, applied for the assistance last year.

The Ministry's Permanent Secretary Bruno Vun was also present.

Daily Express.

" I wonder when will my school will receive  this so-called Computer Assistant Programme " HG


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