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Pasar Sungai Rejang

Pasar Sungai Rejang
拉讓小販中心
Serikei Town


Farmers Market (Open Air Market)  Sri Aman Town 農產品市場

Farmers Market
(Pasar Tamu Open Air Market)

Sri Aman Town
農產品市場

 



Medan Niaga Satok
Kuching


Hock Leong Tieng Temple 加帛福隆亭大伯公廟

The Hock Leong Tieng temple is one of the oldest heritage buildings in this town.

The Hock Leong Tieng Temple, he added, which was built by the early Chinese settlers in 1889 also served as an important place of worship for the Chinese community here.

The temple that stands overlooking the river is one of the oldest heritage buildings in this town and is maintained by the Tai San Ten Association which has been in existence even before the days of the Japanese occupation.

“It was founded in 1935 and this association serves the Hokkien and Hakka clans that have come together with history spanning more than a century,” he explained.

“It was registered 60 years ago and we celebrated our anniversary three years ago,” he added.

2015-04-18 SAT 07:35

 


Batu Niah Market

Batu Niah Market is just diagonal in front of Niah Cave Hotel at  Jalan Madu


Bangunan Tamu Limbang

Bangunan Tamu Limbang

This bustling Tamu or wet market in Limbang is on the waterfront in the centre of town. Here is where the locals get fresh vegetables, fruits and seafood such as crabs, clams.
 

Limbang’s wet market has an upstairs hawker centre where you can try the town's speciality, Limbang rojak , a mixed vegetable dish with a thick shrimp-based sauce.
 

2015-03-29 SUN 07:16
 


Pasar Besar Lawas (Lawas Central Market)

Pasar Besar Lawas (Lawas Central Market)
This market offers a great selection of tropical fruits, jungle produce and vegetable. There is a good choice of Muslim food stalls upstairs at the Central Market.


Sipitang's little wet market.

Sipitang's little wet market.


Kota Kinabalu Central Market 亞庇中央菜市場

PASAR BESAR KOTA KINABALU
Kota Kinabalu Central Market
亞庇中央菜市場


FRESH MARKET OF KUNDASANG
 

FRESH VEGETABLE MARKET of Kundasang is a belt of low single storey wooden shades by the highway. Various types of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and other products from the highlands were sold in Kundasang Market.


Kundasang vegetable market is well-known for fresh and locally grown vegetables. Local farmers sell their produce every day at this market located along the main highway.

Fresh fruits, flowers and local produce such as wild honey are also sold here.
 


Tawau Tanjung Market 斗湖丹絨市場

PASAR TANJUNG TAWAU
Tawau Tanjung Market
斗湖丹絨市場


Tawau Tanjung Market
Equipped with 6,000 stalls, the Tawau Tanjung Market is the largest indoor market in the whole of Malaysia.
The ground floor of the market are foodstuff such as fresh fruits, keropok amplang (amplang crackers), dried crackers imported from Indonesia and other fresh produce.

On the first floor are dried preserved sea-food such as dried salted fish, dried anchovies and dried prawns which Tawau is famous for.
 


 

TAWAU CITY TOUR

TAWAU CITY TOUR

 


BDC商業中心
1ARENA
Pusat Komersil BDC, Jalan Datuk Chong Thien Vun
 

2016-01-03

Beside Giant Hypermarket of Tawau
 


I S M
Institute of Science and Management, Tawau
(Institut Sains & Pengurusan)

Institute of Science & Management was began December 01 1990 as Sabah Chinese 'A' Level with 7 teaching staff and 40 students pursuing the Associated Examining Board GCE 'A' Level programme.

Today ISM has a new school building as a landmark of Tawau........
 


Teacher Training College (MAKTAB PERGURUAN TAWAU)

Malaysia’s education system was gaining international attention with the country being recognized as having an effective conventional and religious curriculum by various groups.

Malaysia hoped to share its teaching standard with other countries in the region paving the way for the nation to becoming a centre of education excellence...


OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
(UNIVERSITI  TERBUKA  MALAYSIA)

"University For All", the Open University Malaysia (OUM), launched on 26 August 2002, has "Lifelong Learning Programme"  for senior citizens and the disabled. This  programme, implemented in 2005, incorporated a special scheme for those aged 55 and above and the disabled, who need only pay half the tuition fees. The lifelong learning programme is an ongoing programme conducted on demand, varying according to the needs of the students or members from various organizations  in Malaysia.


List of Primary Schools in Tawau
(SK in Tawau)

There are two categories of public-funded primary schools in Malaysia :

1 National schools - SK
2 National-type schools (Chinese / Tamil) - SJK


List of Government Secondary Schools in Tawau
(SMK in Tawau)

After primary schooling, pupils will move on to secondary schooling. However, those from ethnic primary schools who wish to enter national schools will undergo a year in a remove class / remove form (kelas peralihan / tingkatan peralihan).

Secondary schooling takes 5 years altogether.



LABUAN AIRPORT
Labuan Airport


Labuan Airport opened in 1999 and  serves the town of Labuan (Victoria) 2km away.

The airport accommodate larger aircrafts such as the Boeing 777 and the Airbus A330.

Each year the airport handle one million passengers and serves Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia.


KUCHING  INTERNATIONAL  AIRPORT
KUCHING INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Kuching International Airport is located 11 km south of Kuching city center.


MIRI AIRPORT
Miri Airport


The the third busiest airport in Malaysia in aircraft movements, serving over 1.5 million passengers per year.

Miri Airport is a major hub for MASWings and AirAsia.


The old Lawas Airport

LAWAS AIR PORT, Sarawak
 

Lawas Airport is a Short Take-off and Landing (STOL) airport in State of Sarawak.

This old airport is located near a river, and some land corrosion had been spotted along the riverbank.

A new proposed airport is planed.


Keningau Airstrip

Keningau Airstrip is a private airport serving the Keningau.

Keningau Airstrip is only 2.5 km from Keningau Town.


Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) TERMINAL 1
Terminal 2 of Kota Kinabalu International Airport
Kota Kinabalu International Airport :
Terminal 1 (MAS using this terminal)
Terminal 2 (AirAsia using this terminal)
 


01- Keningau Airstrip
02- Kota Kinabalu International Airport Terminal 1 and 2
04- Lahad Datu Airport
05- Long Pasia Airport
06- Sandakan Airport
07- Semporna Airport
08- Tawau Airport
09- Tommanggong Airport

Sandakan Airport
 

Sandakan Airport is located 14 km (8.7 mi)[2] from the Sandakan town.

 


AIR PORT LAHAD DATU
Lahad Datu Airport


Tawau Airport

Tawau Airport (Lapangan Terbang Tawau) is the second airport in Sabah with immigration counters for international flights.

The airport is 31 km from Tawau town. The new runway could cater for aircraft as big as Airbus series.

The airports handles only domestic flights from Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Kuala Lumpur.

The previous international flights to Tarakan in East Kalimantan, Indonesia were suspended in 2008.

Tawau Airport is under the management of Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd.

There is now airport in Semporna Town and Kunak Town. Passengers going to these two town arrive at Tawau Airport from here take land transport.

The nearest airport to Tawau Airport is Lahad Datu Airport which is two hours to drive.
 


TOURISM MALAYSIA AWARDS 2012/2013

BEST HOTEL SERVICES

1. 3 star & below  Borneo Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley, Sabah
2. 4 star (resort)  Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, Penang
3. 4 star (city)  Holiday Inn, Melaka
4. 5 star (resort)  Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa, Penang
5. 5 star (city)  Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

BEST TOURIST ATTRACTION

1. Natural Attraction / Eco-Tourism / Agro Tourism Danum Valley, Sabah
2. Man-Made Attraction Menara Kuala Lumpur
3. Culture & Heritage Mari-Mari Cultural Village, Sabah

BEST TOUR PACKAGE

1. Adventure  Green Trekkers Sdn Bhd, Selangor
2. Special Interest  Metro Green Adventure Sdn Bhd, Penang
3. Nature  All Borneo Connection Tours Sdn Bhd, Sabah
4. Luxury  Borneo Nature Tours Sdn Bhd, Sabah

BEST SHOPPING MALL

1. North Zone Gurney Plaza, Penang
2. South Zone Johor Bahru City Square, Johor
3. East Coast Zone KB Mall, Kelantan
4. Central Zone Sunway Pyramid, Selangor
5. Sabah & Sarawak The Spring Shopping Mall, Sarawak

BEST RESTAURANT

1. Malay Restaurant  The 39 Restaurant, PNB Darby Park Executive Suites, Kuala Lumpur
2. Chinese Restaurant  Golden Phoenix, Hotel Equatorial, Penang
3. Indian Restaurant  Naan, Flavours of India, Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort, Sabah
5. International Restaurant  Coast Restaurant, Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort, Sabah

Lundu  | Kuching | Sarikei | Sibu | Bintulu | Miri | Limbang | Lawas | Kota Kinabalu | Tawau | Sandakan
 

EXPRESS BUS TERMINALS ALONG PAN-BORNEO HIGHWAY


2,239 kilometre-long
Pan-Borneo Highway

The Pan-Borneo Highway was built in 1986 to link the two East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak.

It begins in the district of Sematan in Sarawak, and passes through Kuching, Serian, Sri Aman, Sarikei, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri, Limbang, Lawas, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Tawau.

From Sibu one can take off from the main route of Pan Borneo Highway and travel by boat on the mighty Rejang River passes through Kanowit, Kapit to Belaga the heart of Sarawak

Sri Aman Town is off the Pan Borneo Highway

Between Sabah and Sarawak, the highway passed through two halves of  Brunei.

As of today, the Pan-Borneo Highway is 93 percent completed, with a remainder of a 50-kilometre missing link from Kalabakan to Serudong.

There are several bus companies covering different section of the Pan-Borneo Highway. But there is one bus company cover the whole route. Salam Bumimas Express has buses from Kuching-Miri-Kota Kinabalu-Tawau.
http://www.salambumimas.com/routes

Document Download : Budget accommodation along the Pan Borneo Highway

 

There are a few important town and cities out of Pan-Borneo Highway.  One of  these is Labuan Island.


   

 

 

 Edited on Sunday June 26, 2016 10:55:09 PM  by Michael

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