So….which party promises to fix all the bad roads (pot holes and whatnot) in this country? That party will surely get my vote!

Assalammualaikum w.b.t
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We shouldnt compare Malaysia to other countries. But how do we know how well we’re doing if we dont have something we can compare our success to??  A country can be original, but its always good to have another country we can compare so we know where we stand and how far we’re going. Maybe thats just my thinking..
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How is cutting someone in the middle of their sentence is respectful?
How can a leader be so viscious by defaming someone? Do you guys want that kind of leader?
I know I dont..
When people talk of freedom of speech but gets angry when someone actually says something.
If you’re a leader or want to be a leader, shouldnt you talk less, listen more and take action?
Ever wonder how, why or where racism came from?
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I’ve always thought, that…instead of focusing something bad on someone, why not focus on the things you can do to improve yourself..
Because just like the saying; “When you say something bad about someone, it does not reflect their personality, but yours”
So….which party promises to fix all the bad roads (pot holes and whatnot) in this country?
That party will surely get my vote!
WE NEED BETTER ROADS GAWDAMNIT!
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My small village is called Spaoh and plotted 1°5’N 111°4’E on the globe.Located approximately 380 kilometers East of Kuching the capital of Sarawak.It takes a good 4-5-hour-drive(85kmph) from Kuching to reach Spaoh via the only main road-Trans Borneo, that connects the main towns in Sarawak. Upon reaching the junction of Spaoh, there is a big replica of a Buntal Fish(see picture below) on your left(if you are coming from Kuching)..
First, there is the poor road system. “We have no proper highway linking the major towns of Sarawak, just a trunk road misleadingly known as the Pan Borneo Highway. It doesn’t have a single stretch befitting the definition of a highway. – See more at: http://www.therocket.com.my/en/cashing-out-the-fixed-deposit-sarawak/#sthash.55ftK3qM.dpuf
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Sarawak is a huge state. The road networks connecting towns and places in Sarawak including Kuching are somehow quite satisfactorily maintained. However, long and winding roads with sometimes no rest stops in between might bore you or scare you..
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Sabahan people as well as from Brunei can also commute freely to Kuching using Pan Borneo Highway network. However, it is subject to a lot of stopover at immigration checkpoints. Therefore, travelling to Kuching from Sabah is not advisable. Bruneian commuters should produce driving permit which is simply by filling a form at the Malaysian border checkpoint. Bruneian driving license is a valid, legal and accepted form of document in Sarawak/Malaysia.
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These are simple maps from Miri to Kota Kinabalu..
Hope its useful to you guys ecspecially to those unfamilliar with Northern road including Brunei road…
Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia.
It occupies an area of 124,450 sq km on the northwestern part of the island of Borneo. Sarawak shares a border with the neighbouring state of Sabah as well as with the Indonesian province of Kalimantan and with Brunei.
Post Inggar ini bertukar menjadi post Travel and Tourism:
SarawakA Place Like No Others “..
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*The result was based on Facebook Sarawak Travel  poll in 2011.
  1. Sarawak Laksa – The Sarawak is essentially vermicelli rice noodles (bee hoon), cooked in a shrimp-based broth that is made to thicken with coconut milk.  This dish is served with generous amounts of crunchy bean sprouts, a few boiled prawns and garnished with shredded chicken and slivers of egg omelette.  For added spice, there’s the thick sambal paste that is usually served on the side.  For some extra pizzazz you can squeeze some lime juice (limau kasturi) into your dish as well.
  2. Kolo Mee – A bowl of piping hot Kolo Mee (Mee Kolok) is just the thing to start your day. This  light yellow egg noodle consists of lard, chicken slice and sauce.  A common enough dish found in Sarawak, the Kolok Mee is available for breakfast, lunch and even supper!
  3. Ayam Pansuh – The Iban dish of Manok Pansoh (ayam Pansuh) or chicken in bamboo is a must try.  Cut chicken pieces, mushrooms, lemongrass and tapioca leaves are stuffed into bamboos and cooked over an open fire.  This seals in the flavour and the result is succulent and juicy tender chicken, with gravy hinting of lemongrass and bamboo.
  4. Midin Belacan – Local vegetables are served widely, particularly the two types of crispy jungle fern, midin and paku.
  5. Ikan Terubuk Masin – The numerous waterways provide the people with an abundance of fresh water fish like the Tilapia, which incidentally is the most widely cultivated.  it’s no surprise then that some of the popular Sarawakian dishes also include these ‘gifts’ from the sea.  The salted ikan terubok is sold in markets around Sarawak.
  6. Umai – Umai-umai, This is a dish for the brave. The umai is traditionally a standard lunch meal for the Melanau fisherman.  Thin slivers of raw fresh fish, usually iced but not frozen, combined with thinly scliced onions, chili, salt and juice from sour fruits like lime or assam go into preparing this dish.  The dish is usually accompanied by a bowl of toasted sago pearls and is so simple that fishermen prepare it easily on their boats.
  7. Kompia – Guang Bing (Kom Pia) initially served as dry food for Chinese hero Ji Guang’s soldiers to carry during the anti-Japanese occupation war in China.  Ji Guang is credited with creating this popular Foochow food.  WHile resembling the French bread in taste, the Guang Bing also has a little extra in the form of sesame seeds sprinkled generously on top of the bread.
  8. Terung Dayak SoupThis round yellow color fruit is popular among the locals for cooking sour dishes like assam sour fish and sour soup.
  9. Dabai – Dabai is a seasonal fruit.  The skin of the fruit is black while the flesh is yellow in colour.  The seed is also yellow and diamond shaped and is also edible if you can crack it open.  The Dabai is a hard fruit but when you soaked for 10-15 minutes in semi hot water with a bit of salt, it becomes soft and edible and the texture becomes like dates.
  10. Foochow Mee – Also known as Kampua Mee is very much similar to Kolok Mee.  This dry noodles is served with several slices of chicken slices  and a bowl of soup.  Kampua  can be prepared according to your preference, either you like to have it plain, with soy suace, with chili sauce or both.
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[ Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building, Petra Jaya, Kuching ]
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[ The Cat Museum ]
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[ Batang Ai Longhouse Hilton Resort ]
On the island of Borneo, the Batang Ai Longhouse Resort is located on the shores of a spectacular fresh water lake, surrounded by mountains and the unspoiled ancient rainforests of Sarawak where guests arrive by boat. The 58-acre eco-tourism resort comprises 11 indigenous timber longhouses based on the native architectural design of the Iban tribe. Hilton Batang Ai Longhouse Resort perfectly combines the traditional elements of this region’s rich and vibrant culture with the latest in hotel accommodation facilities.
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[ Batang Ai Longhouse Hilton Resort ]
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[ Batang Ai Longhouse Hilton Resort ]
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[ Sibu Express Wharf Terminal ]
Sibu is a town built on the banks of the mighty Rajang River. Seen here is the wharf and in the background is the historical Tua Pek Kong Temple
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[ Sibu Heritage Centre ]
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[ Sibu Heritage Centre ]
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[ Sibu Heritage Centre ]
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Bahasa Rojak adalah sama nyamannya dengan Rojak Kucei..
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[ Mulu National Park ]
Gunung Mulu National Park near Miri, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting. The park is famous for its caves and the expeditions that have been mounted to explore them and their surrounding rainforest, most notably the Royal Geographical Society Expedition of 1977–1978, which saw over 100 scientists in the field for 15 months.
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[ Miri Parkcity Hotel ]
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[ Miri Public Park ]
Located 3km from City Centre, Taman Awam Miri is a huge family park with children’s playground, botanical garden, soft adventure activities and jogging
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[ Mukah Beach ]
The iconic Pesta Kaul Mukah (Mukah Kaul Festival) is held annually in April.
In 2014, the festival will be held on 24 April until 28 April 2014.
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[ Mukah Town ]
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[ Mukah ]
Medan Food Center
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[ Mukah ]
Kingwood Resort Mukah, Mukah
Kingwood Resort Mukah is a beach resort located in Mukah.
12km away from Mukah town centre. Distance from Airport to Resort is 15km.
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[ Bintulu ]
Bintulu Port Malaysia (LNG)
Malaysia LNG Sdn. Bhd. (MLNG) is a liquefied natural gas manufacturer in Malaysia. In 2007, it was the largest LNG manufacturing complex.
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Bintulu Port Malaysia (LNG)
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Bintulu Port Malaysia (LNG)
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For many people involved with gasification, that word often invokes a specific image. In fact, colleagues know when I say “Bintulu” that’s shorthand for Shell’s Bintulu, Malaysia gas-to-liquids (GTL) facility (officially, the Shell Middle Distillate Synthesis plant).
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[ Bintulu Waterfront ]
The Bintulu waterfront is the longest in Sarawak, nearing 5 kilometers in length. The main waterfront lies alongside the Bintulu town proper.
Okay lah kakak-kakak sekalian..
Lain kali lah kamek nulong sidak Tourism Sarawak tok mempromosi Sarawak agik nak owh.. Sekian kamek mengundur dirik..
Assalammualaikum w.b.t
Nutup pintu semegas semegas menandakan Mission Accomplished.. bhahaha
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oyeahh..!!
First, there is the poor road system. “We have no proper highway linking the major towns of Sarawak, just a trunk road misleadingly known as the Pan Borneo Highway. It doesn’t have a single stretch befitting the definition of a highway. – See more at: http://www.therocket.com.my/en/cashing-out-the-fixed-deposit-sarawak/#sthash.55ftK3qM.dpuf

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