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Monday, January 31, 2011

Inovasi 'Ekor Biawak' Usahawan Langkawi


MOSTI menghasilkan produk yang memberi manfaat secara langsung kepada rakyat.
Salah satu daripadanya ialah Taman Teknologi Malaysia (TPM) melalui anak syarikatnya TPM Engineering Sdn. Bhd. yang berjaya membangunkan satu produk inovasi iaitu Alat Kemudi Enjin Bot.

Produk tersebut merupakan cetusan idea Ridzduan Hashim, seorang usahawan dalam bidang kejuruteraan marin.Idea berkenaan tercetus ketika beliau bekerja sebagai nelayan suatu masa dulu.
Bagi merealisasikan ideanya, beliau ke TPM Engineering Sdn. Bhd. bagi mendapatkan khidmat bantuan teknikal untuk membangunkannya.

Produk ini sekali pandang ia sama saja engan enjin bot yang biasa digunakan nelayan.
Tetapi sebenarnya ia adalah gabungan pelbagai fungsi yang menjadikan ia semua dalam satu. Selain untuk menggerakkan bot ia juga boleh berperanan sebagai enjin pam air dan generator dengan sistem kemudi menggunakan gear,Asalnya ialah adalah enjin sangkut konvensional yang di kalangan nelayan dikenali sebagai enjin 'ekor biawak'. Tetapi sebelumnya ini fungsinya hanya satu. Melalui kajian yang fungsinya telah dipertingkatkan. Produk berkenaan diklasifikasikan sebagai berteknologi tinggi dan inovatif berdasarkan kepada empat kriteria iaitu

@Aplikasi sistem gear, membolehkan operasi pengendalian bot ke depan dan ke belakang.
@Penggunaan satu unit shaft, pengendalian enjin yang lebih ringan dan menjimatkan penggunaan bahan api.
@Penggunaan enjin komersial atau industri standard, penggunaan bahan api yang lebih menjimatkan berbanding enjin 'outboard' yang diimport dan tidak memerlukan minyak 2T.
@Sistem Air Cooled Gearbox membolehkan pengendalian bot di kawasan cetek.

Selepas kajian itu, hasilnya satu unit prototaip dibangunkan untuk diuji dan mendapat maklumbalas positif dari kalangan nelayan yang menggunakannya.Analisis bagi menunjukkan kelebihan produk berteraskan kepada aspek kos dibandingkan dengan enjin bot Outboard Import. Produk berkenaan berpotensi untuk diaplikasikan oleh golongan sasar seperti nelayan pesisir pantai, sungai dan tasik.

Produk yang dapat menjimatkan kos operasi, memudahkan pengendalian dan kawal selia itu mempunyai kekuatan untuk dipasarkan secara meluas memandangkan mereka yang terlibat dalam perkhidmatan selepas jualan terdiri daripada golongan profesional serta tenaga mahir di TPM. Jika sebelum ini enjin tersebut hanya untuk menggerakkan bot, tetapi kini ia juga boleh berfungsi sebagai pam air, generator dan mesin tebu.

 
Melalui sedikit inovasi, enjin ekor biawak itu kini mampu menjana pendapatan tambahan untuk nelayan.
Ini membuktikan kaedah konvensional jika disuntik dengan elemen inovasi dan teknologi mampu mengubah kehidupan orang ramai. Penggunaan enjin bot yang fungsinya telah diintegrasikan itu mungkin akan berupaya menarik golongan muda untuk melakukan kerja-kerja yang sebelum ini mereka tidak minati.

Pada peringkat awal mungkin akn timbul sedikit kerumitan. Tetapi selepas penambahbaikan dilakukan potensinya cukup besar untuk meningkatkan taraf ekonomi golongan sasar.
Malah enjin ini berpotensi untuk dikomersialkan. - Utusan

Anaklangkawi :-
Cek bangga ada anak langkawi yg berinovasi dgn idea yg bernas.. Diharap ramai yg dapat manfaat drpd hasil ciptaan beliau. Sapa kata kita lekeh noo..
 
Berita ni berkait rapat dgn penyerahan bot sangkut pada 88 nelayan di Langkawi pada March 2010

Panorama Cable Car Langkawi to widen revenue sources

LANGKAWI cable car operator Panorama Langkawi Sdn Bhd (PLSB) is targeting a 14 per cent revenue increase this year from the RM13.2 million it chalked in 2010.

The company's chief operating officer Ebi Azly Abdullah said while the bulk of the revenue is from the cable car fares, the company, owned by Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd, will look at non-fare revenue sources to boost earnings.

AL :-
Hopefully the strategy to widen revenue does not means increasing rental of current shops rates & fares for the cable car. 

Eagle in Langkawi - Kilim Mangrove

Eagle diving for food
Picture of the day. A great picture of eagle diving for food. Nicely taken & i'm pretty sure its quite hard to get picture of eagle flying. Need to set the shutter speed right. Thanks Ben (click for more pics).
More langkawi pictures here. 

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Cleanliness, Environmental Protection Crucial For Malaysia's Tourism Industry

LANGKAWI, Jan 29 (Bernama) -- Cleanliness and protecting the environment are crucial for Malaysia in order to become a major tourist destination in the world, said Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen.

She said many tourists had described Malaysia as a good tourist destination but were not very happy about cleanliness at tourist spots especially toilets.

"Malaysia is nice but "the nose will guide me to the toilets" they say. Therefore, I urge all Malaysians to write directly to the relevant parties especially the operators if they find tourist spots or toilets to be not in good condition in terms of cleanliness," she said at the Langkawi Tourism Industry Awards 2010/2011 ceremony here Friday night.

She said the ministry introduced the "1Malaysia Green, 1Malaysia Clean" initiative to educate and increase tour operators' and public awareness on the importance of upkeeping cleanliness and pristine state of tourist spots.

Ng said the ministry was working hard to develop a thriving and sustainable tourism industry that did not compromise on the existing biodiversity through e "preservation, conservation and protection" of the environment and the country's nature and cultural heritage.

"Irresponsible behaviour can affect the environment and outcome is flash floods. This is not good for the tourism industry," she said.

Ng said cleanliness and protecting the environment would be the main focus of the ministry to attract more tourists to Malaysia.

"We have been selected as one of the world's top ten countries for 2010 in term of tourist destinations. Out of 10, only two Asian countries. First is China, at fourth place. However, China is huge country with 1.3 billion people. Second is tiny Malaysia at eighth place. We only have 28 million people," she said.

She said under Malaysia's Tourism Transformation Plan, Malaysia aimed tp achieve 36 million tourist arrival and RM168 billion in tourism receipts by 2020.

At the function, The Westin Langkawi Resort & Spa received the Outstanding Hotel/Resort Award.

Mardi Agro Park, Langkawi received the Outstanding Innovative Product/Programme award while Four Seasons Resort Langkawi for Outstanding Green Effort award.

The Outstanding Restaurant award went to Restaurant Putumayo while AB Motel was given the Outstanding Budget Accomodation award, HBS Evergreen Tour Sdn Bhd (Outstanding Boat Operator), Osman Ayob (Outstanding Tourist Guide), Sala Travel & Tours Langkawi (Outstanding Tour & Travel Agent), Panorama Langkawi Sdn Bhd (Outstanding Tourism Product) and Jetty Point Duty Free Complex (Outstanding Retail Outlet).

Langkawi Development Authority (Lada) Tourism Manager Megat Shahrul Azman Abas was chosen as Tourism Personality.

The Malaysian National News Agency, Bernama was among the recipients of a special award during the tourism awards held at Lada Auditorium.

-- BERNAMA

Anaklangkawi :- 
I congratulate all the winners.. Keep up the good work & make us proud.  

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Sunset Langkawi

Picture of the day. Nicely taken picture of sunset. Great combination. Just wandering where it is? I think maybe in Tanjung Rhu or Pantai Chenang. Thanks for sharing Orangekid. 
More langkawi pictures here.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Cable Car Time Extension ~ Sunset View

Its a good news for photographers who wish to take great picture of sunset from the Mat Chinchang Mountain. The cable car services will be extended up to 10.00 pm.

A good move but extra precaution & lighting need to be made in order to cater the extended hour visitors. New lighting's need to be install & extra precaution need to take place. 


For detail news please refer here.

LANGKAWI: Visitors to Lang­kawi can now view the island at night from the top of Gunung Mat Chinchang following the extension of the cable car service until 10pm.
The night service, which begins today, will operate from Friday until Sunday and during public and school holidays.

Ebi Azly Abdullah, the chief operating officer of Panorama Langkawi Sdn Bhd (PLSB), which manages the cable car service, said the service was introduced to allow visitors to experience the view at night from high up the mountain.

“Visitors will also have a chance to view the sunset,” he said when met during the trial run of the night ride here on Wednesday.

Langkawi Cable Car


Picture of the day. A very nice view from Langkawi cable car. It's quite hard to take a picture like this because the weather sometimes is unpredictable. Great combination of the cable, mountain, the sea, clouds as well as the rainforest. Best picture so far i encounter from this angle. Thanks Pakcik G for sharing..

To see more great pictures see Pakcik G flickr account. 
More langkawi pictures here. 

Bird Lover In Langkawi

Come across this great blog which are passionate about birds. The blog shows several great shots of birds at various location in Langkawi. For photo lovers & bird lover please drop by his blog to know various birds in Langkawi.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Teluk Baru ~ Sunrise

Sunrise in Teluk Baru.
Picture of the day. Among the best place to take picture of Sunrise is in Teluk Baru. With Dayang Bunting Island as the background, the sea & fishermans boat going out to the ocean. Just a great sight.


Chalet view toward the hilltop villa
Thanks to AbeDinMerbau for the great pictures.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Laidback in Langkawi by danjumbuck

Amazing Landscape Pics.
I went to the idyllic island of Langkawi for a short break to refresh and recharge. I've had the wonderful opportunity to visit many times before in the past but this is probably the first time where I've had the pleasure of taking my own time and doing things at my own pace. I didn't do as much but it was beautiful and peaceful. Here are some of my favourite photographic memories from my trip.

Full article & amazing macro pictures here..

Al :-
Never seen such a fine cropping of pictures. The blog also features nice sunset view of Tanjung Rhu & macro picture of sand & stones.. NICEE..

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The charms of Berjaya Resort Langkawi by Azy

This was my first trip to Langkawi Island. We didn't really go on trips like these when I was younger. Weekends were spent running wild at a fruit orchard, fishing, climbing trees and swimming in a beautiful unspoiled river in Janda Baik, Pahang. I never felt like I was missing out and there was definitely no peer pressure in not visiting the usual holiday destinations.

This means that I am easily entranced and fascinated, just like a child would. One naturally associates the island with beaches but I never knew about its beautiful mountain range and every meal we had was - quite surprisingly - delicious (more on these in another post).
 
Al : 
I've never come across Berjaya beach review before apart from tripadvisor.. Great review & nice info regarding the resort..

Mat Chinchang Mountain

Mat Chinchang Mountain by Andeku
Picture of the day. Great view from cable car overlooking mat chinchang mountain. To get this nice picture you need to go during the right time. Due to clouds & fog normally blocked the view. But our friend here manage to get this clear & beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing Andeku <--More picture by him here.

More langkawi pictures here.

Tower To Be Langkawi Landmark

LANGKAWI, Jan 22 (Bernama) -- A 135-metre tower is to be built in Langkawi at an estimated cost of over RM10 million. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is confident that the new landmark on the resort island will be another tourist attraction.

He said the top floor would be able to hold more than 50 people, and the view offered would be spectacular, especially at sunset.

The tower would also have a restaurant. Dr Mahathir said the idea of a tower for Langkawi was first discussed more than 20 years ago.

Datuk Abu Hassan Mohamed, executive chairman of Blackrock, the company undertaking the project, said that work to reclaim 28 acres (11.2ha) at the Kuah Beach will begin next month.

Construction will begin in March, and the tower is expected to be completed within 24 months, he said.

-- BERNAMA 

AL :-
At last. After years of talking about the project kick-off. I'm 50-50 about the project. But its of course going to be a great spot for Photographer lovers... Hope the Construction company take into account the surrounding environment & follow the construction guideline. Hope the authority keep good track of all projects in Langkawi..

Monday, January 24, 2011

Guardini Takes First Stage Of 2011 LTdL

Picture by Hamzah Osman
Italian Andrea Guardini Sunday clinched the first stage of 2011 Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) which covers 94.3km of the Langkawi Island.

Besides being the stage winner, he also clinched the Yellow Jersey as current overall leader and the Green Jersey when he collected 15 points to take the lead.

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For the Asian category, Park Sungbaek of the South Korean national team finished best when he clocked 2'03:22s that also saw him placed second overall.

In today's first stage which includes mountain climbs at Pantai Kok, Kuala Muda and Bukit Malut, Koen De Kort of Skil Shimano Cycling Team clinched the Red Jersey with six points.

Following closely was Iran's Mehdi Sohrabi of Tabriz Petrochemical Team and Belarus' Andrei Krasilnikau of Chipotie Development Team, accumulating an identical four points.
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Meanwhile, Malaysia's continental team Terengganu Pro Asia Cycling (TSG) are leading the field of 23 teams in the team general classification, followed by Korea National Team and Skil Shimano Cycling Team, accumulating a total time of 6'10:24s.

TSG finished best among the Asian teams. Refer Official Website here... 1st Picture by Hamzah Osman

Al :-
I think Langkawi will be the best racing place in Malaysia  

Sunday, January 23, 2011

'Mangrove Flora of Langkawi' to educate public

LANGKAWI: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) has launched a book in its bid to educate the public on the importance of mangrove conservation.Mangrove Flora of Langkawi was launched by Prof Emeritus Dr Abdul Latif Mohamad.

Latif said the 150-page book took six years to complete and contained detailed information and over 100 photographs of 76 mangrove species in the country including those endemic to Langkawi.

"The book is based on extensive research at Lembangan Kilim, Selat Kuah and Gunung Machinchang by a team of students, lecturers and experts.
"Among the species explained in the book include bakau minyak, bakau kurap, bakau nyireh batu, bakau nyireh merah, bakau langadai, bakau boros and bakau api-api," he said at the launch held at Mutiara Burau Bay Resort here.

He co-authored the book with four others from UKM -- Dr Wan Juliana Wan Ahmad, Dr Norhayati Ahmad, Ahmad Damanhuri Mohammed and Mohd Razali Salam. -- By Hamzah Osman

Anaklangkawi :-
A must have book for Langkawi Nature Lovers..

White Bellied Sea Eagle - Burung Helang Langkawi

Picture of the day. White bellied sea eagle featured in Langkawi. Found in Langkawi Rainforest. For those bird lovers, this eagle quite rare to find in Langkawi. In Australia this bird is under Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The nest is a large deep bowl constructed of sticks and branches, and generally sited in large trees overlooking bodies of water. Cliffs are also suitable nesting sites, while those nests built directly on the ground are located on islands. That is why Langkawi is among the best place for the type of eagle breeds. 

Great resolution picture & thanks for sharing the lovely picture (cjacksonuk77- more pictures here)

Tripadvisor Worlds Travelers' Choice Awards 2010 ~ 12th Place by Casa Del Mar Langkawi

Congratulation to Casa Del Mar for being selected no 12th of Worlds Travelers' Choice Awards 2011. From the top 25 & from selection of various hotels, Casa Del Mar secure the no 12th Place. Not bad right. You make us proud.

See tripadvisor.com for more great info & details.. Here to see the top 25.
Keep up the good work.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Le Tour De Langkawi Come Back ~ 23 January 2011

Its a joyfull ambient for regular folks in Langkawi when the prestige event make a comeback to Langkawi. I thank you for the effort of people who makes this come back came true. After all, the Prestige Event use 'Langkawi' as its name & its just fair Langkawi Island to be selected again as a must route in Malaysia.

Tomorrow's going to be hectic & busy day in Langkawi. The race will starts at Dataran Lang. Using the back route from Dataran Lang to Air Hangat. All the way towards Telaga Harbour/ Pantai Kok, Padang Matsirat, Pantai Chenang, Pantai Tengah, Bukit Malut & lastly back to pitstop at Kuah. Stage Maps here.

Please refer to Offical LTDL2011 website here.

For those who wish to take great picture of the event. Please find the download of pdf stage info & where the racers will be tomorrow. This stage info also provides Race Schedule & expected arrival time for each place.

Tips : The Race starts at 10:00 & ends about 12:00pm. If you wish to go from one place to another.. I suggest use the inner road which will not be effected by the road closure

Hole in the Wall Local Seafood ~ I love to Eat.

This floating restaurant is a great stop after a few hours of eagle watching, bat cave exploring & boating activity. To get here, you can go with the tour package at the Sungai Kilim Jetty or if you plan just to hv lunch or dinner at the restaurant, call the number below, & the restaurant will send a boat for you FOC (how great is that). It only take 7 minutes from jetty to the restaurant.

Here, you can select your own fresh seafood & while the chefs are doing their magic, you can kill time by visiting & even feed somec ollections of fish just a few steps away (seriously, you'll be amazed).

More Detail here.

Timbermad : 
One thing for sure i like about the review it offers map on how to go there..

Friday, January 21, 2011

Yatch in Kilim

Pic by Amir
Picture of the day. Boat or Yatch in Kilim river. Such nice reflection of the boat with Kilim Mangrove swamp as the background. Picture by Amir Z.Abdullah

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Best Chicken Rise In Town : Pakya Nasi Ayam by I Love to Eat

The first time my husband told me there's a very delicious chicken rice restaurant here in Pekan Kuah , I was so excited. The first time we went there, they're sold out (around 3pm). The next trip to Langkawi we determined to go there early. We're in luck!

As you can see the restaurant is very simple and more like coffee shop- style.

After the food arrived, I was speechless... Really..! Where's the chili sauce? After 1 spoonful, I was surprised.. It actually tasted delicious.. A very different style of chicken rice, I'd say. You SHOULD try it!!

By beesz I love to Eat  --see here for full article


Timbermad :
Indeed the best in Kuah.

Jumlah bot meningkat ~ Mana Janji PM

KEDAWANG - Kira-kira 200 nelayan mendesak Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (LKIM) mempercepatkan projek pangkalan nelayan baru di Kuala Chenang.

Pengerusi Komuniti Pengurusan Sumber Perikanan (KPSP) Sungai Chenang, Asri Shaaban berkata, pembinaan pangkalan itu perlu dipercepatkan kerana sering kali berlaku kesesakan bot nelayan hampir setiap hari.

Menurutnya, jumlah bot kini semakin meningkat dari kira-kira 200 bot nelayan tertumpu ke kawasan pangkalan itu.

“Sejak Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak ke pangkalan ini Februari tahun lalu, hingga kini keadaannya masih sama.

“Ketika itu beliau berjanji meluluskan peruntukan sejumlah RM7 juta dan terdapat pertambahan RM2 juta lagi, namun hingga kini keadaan masih sama,” katanya.

Timbermad :-
PM dah bagi kata putus. Berapa lama LKIM nak buat kajian.. Jgn ambik masa lama sgt.. Kesian kat nelayan situ. Kepada PM kita bertindaklah jgn sampai sembang tak jatuh..

Sinar Harian

Cable Car Ride in Langkawi by Ang Kok Wong

The Cable Car system is the latest tourist attraction for Langkawi and is located at the Oriental Village, a theme shopping centre housed in 30’s individually designed buildings showcasing Malaysian and Oriental architecture. The attraction located on the southwestern coast of the main island of Langkawi, is just a 30 minutes drive from Kuah town and 15 minutes drive from Langkawi International Airport. 

Ang is a well-trained photographer based in Penang. Quite interesting & nice work of photography in his blog.. Contact him for more details..


AL:-
Quite interesting blog. Lots of pictures & ideas of photography technique..

Lelaki Cacat Malu Bekerja ~ Berita Harian

Marilah kita menderma
Kita diberikan sifat sempurna akal fikiran & lain2. Dikalangan kita pula terdapat segelintir yg menderita akibat ujian Tuhan. Jadi marilah kita sama-sama menderma bagi meringankan beban mereka yg kurang bernasib baik. Cukup bagi sorang RM 1.00 pun ok.. Yg penting ikhlas..

JIKA ingin memberi sumbangan kepada pemuda malang ini bolehlah disalurkan menerusi akaun MBB/LANGKAWI SHAHRULNIZAM SHUIB 152077398623
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We've been bless with complete physical & mental condition. But there's some unfortunate people among us which been testing in this world. So i ask fellow people to donate to those in need. Even RM 1.00 will make a difference. The most important thing is sincerity.

If you wish to give please bank in to MBB/LANGKAWI SHAHRULNIZAM SHUIB 152077398623

Full article here.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Top 10 budget boutique hotels

9. Tropical: Bon Ton Restaurant & Resort, Langkawi, Malaysia 

Distractions are kept to a minimum at Bon Ton Restaurant & Resort, a rustic Langkawi retreat that offers the opportunity to stay in eight authentic Malaysian stilted wooden houses, most more than a century old, on a former coconut plantation. With manicured greenery, a dreamy lotus pond and an ink-blue pool hemmed by sun loungers, this soothing estate is centred on Nam, one of Langkawi's most celebrated restaurants, and is an essential stop-off for the savvy traveller. 


AL :-
Congratulation bon ton by being in the top 10

Sky Bridge Langkawi Cable Car

Sky Bridge by Jim Boud
Picture of the day. I must admit this is the best picture so far I've encounter of the bridge. With the Island of Tarutao as the background, this picture is perfect.

Picture by Jim Boud <-- see his amazing pics here.
Camera Canon EOS 450D Digital Rebel XSi
Exposure 0.002 sec
Aperture f/5.0
Focal Length 28 mm
ISO Speed 100

More langkawi pictures here.

Ambil Kira Kepentingan Nelayan Sebelum Bangunkan Kawasan - Datuk Johari Baharom

LANGKAWI, 16 Jan (Bernama) -- Pihak yang mahu membangunkan sesebuah kawasan yang telah mempunyai aktiviti perikanan diminta supaya memikirkan kepentingan penduduk atau nelayan di kawasan terbabit dalam projek pembangunan mereka.

Timbalan Menteri Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani Datuk Mohd Johari Baharom berkata sebagai contoh, dua pangkalan nelayan iaitu Sungai Kuah dan Sungai Menghulu di sini menghadapi masalah berikutan usaha pembangunan yang hendak dijalankan kerana mereka tidak dimaklumkan projek yang hendak dibangunkan.

"Buat perbincangan terlebih dahulu dengan nelayan terbabit dan maklum projek yang akan dibangunkan," katanya pada sidang media selepas mengadakan dialog dengan nelayan kedua-dua pangkalan itu di sini Ahad.

Mohd Johari berkata dengan cara demikian, para nelayan berkenaan akan mendapat manfaat bersama.

Sementara itu, lebih 200 nelayan dari kedua-dua pangkalan itu melahirkan rasa tidak puas hati kerana tidak dimaklumkan projek-projek yang hendak dibangunkan.

Pengerusi Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Langkawi Mahadzir Ibrahim berkata pihak yang terbabit perlu memikirkan kepentingan nelayan yang menangkap ikan untuk menyara keluarga masing-masing.

Katanya beliau mendapat tahu ada beberapa projek akan dibangunkan di kawasan pangkalan terbabit yang memberi kesan kepada nelayan untuk mencari sumber pendapatan.

"Nelayan Sungai Kuah diminta mengosong kawasan pangkalan bagi membolehkan pelaksanaan projek oleh pihak tertentu dibangunkan," katanya.




AL :- 
Betui apa yg diminta oleh Persatuan Nelayan Langkawi. Bagila plan & kata putus @ project timeline.
Pastu sementara tu depa nak dok mana. Ada tak kawasan yg disediakan khas utk depa. Patutnya mereka2 yg bertanggungjawab pikir dulu sebelum buat apa2..

p/s: Kita tgk depa dgq tak cakap Timb Menteri kita ni..


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Langkawi Link January Issue 2011

Langkawi Link is a free travel magazine which offer great guideline & travel info to Langkawi Tourist.
Get yours today in Airport, Kuah Jetty or selected places. Please email me at anaklangkawi@gmail.com for pdf copy..

Kereta kabel Langkawi: Mana budi bahasa? - Utusan

SAYA sekeluarga ke Pulau Langkawi pada 17 Disember lalu. Kereta kabel Langkawi menjadi agenda wajib yang harus dilawati. Keadaan di Oriental Village (kaunter tiket kereta kabel) pada pagi 19 Disember sesak dengan pengunjung. Dengan semangat berkobar-kobar, saya berbaris dari pukul 11.15 pagi untuk mendapatkan tiket walaupun kaunter hanya buka pukul 12.30 tengah hari akibat kesesakan di dewan menunggu.

Tepat pukul 12.30, petugas maklumkan perkhidmatan dihentikan kerana angin kencang dan kami diminta untuk beredar.Pukul 4.15 petang, kami datang semula ke kaunter dan mendapati kaunter masih tutup dan makluman di papan notis elektronik, ia akan dibuka semula 5.30 petang.
Malangnya, pukul 5.30 petang (paparan jam elektronik di luar kaunter), petugas kaunter masih belum kelihatan. Ini mungkin kerana mereka mengikut jam dalam kaunter yang menunjukkan waktu 5.20 petang (berbeza dengan paparan jam di luar).

Sebaik sahaja kaunter dibuka, seorang pengunjung bertanya, jam mana perlu diikut dan dengan angkuhnya, petugas wanita itu menjawab, “kami ikut jam kami”.Dalam masa yang sama, seorang pelancong datang bertanya dengan memanggil petugas tersebut dengan panggilan “amoi” dan dengan biadabnya petugas wanita itu menengking “apa hoi hoi, saya ada nama tau, panggil orang hoi hoi bla bla bla...”

Kebanyakan yang berada di hadapan kaunter tersentak dengan insiden itu termasuk beberapa orang pelancong asing yang menggeleng-gelengkan kepala.Sepanjang perjalanan menaiki kereta kabel, saya terfikir, sepatutnya mereka itu dilatih untuk berbudi bahasa dan bertata-susila.


SUKA MELANCUNG LUAR NEGARA - Utusan Malaysia
Melaka

AL :- 
Pihak pengurusan Langkawi Cable Car/ Kereta kabel patut jgn ambik ringan komen-komen sebegini. Ia boleh mencalarkan nama Langkawi & Oriental Village

Lanjutan Hasil Komen (pada 15/1/11)  

 AL :- Elokla Prasarana Negara ambil tindakan sewajarnya kepada pekerja yg tidak mematuhi etika menghormati pelanggan. Kalau tak malu jelah..
Syabars Prasarana Negara Berhad.

Langkawi Ironman Postponed To May

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 (Bernama) -- The 12th edition of Ironman Langkawi triathlon championship has been postponed to May, the organiser said, citing financial constraints.

The event's director, A. Chandrakumanan said he had requested that the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) assist in the registration of athletes for the championship, which was to be held next month.

"I am aware that the postponement will affect the athletes' participation. I wouldn't want to disappoint those who are keen to take part, who have been asking me about this year's championship," he told Bernama.

Full story here.

AL :-
Well, hopefully some allocation can be made from Ministry of Youth to help the event. But not to the extend support all the cost.

Langkawi To Carry Out Promotion In Cambodia, Finland, Singapore

LANGKAWI, Jan 17 (Bernama) -- The Langkawi Development Authority (Lada) will carry out three simultaneous tourism promotions to Cambodia, Finland and Singapore this week, its tourism manager Megat Shaharul Azman Abas said.

The events will take place at the Asean Tourism Forum in Cambodia on Jan 19-23, Matka Finland on Jan 21-23 and Singapore on Jan 21-23.

"Lada hopes that the promotions would further increase tourist arrivals to the island," he told Bernama.

The promotions would be carried out in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia and participated by hotels as well as tour and travel operators, he said.

On the promotion in Finland, he said there had been an increase in the number of tourists from the Scandinavian and Baltic countries due to the availability of charter flights.

He said that Finnish airlines mounted 14 flights a week from last month to March from Helsinki, carrying over 200 passengers each from Finland as well as from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Estonia and Latvia.

Lada targets 2.5 million tourist arrivals this year.

-- BERNAMA

AL : 
Good to know that continous effort had been done to attract customers from all over the world.
Why not advertise in travel magazine & online travel website as well to attract potential tourist.. Example : Tripadvisor or lonely planet.. 

Monday, January 17, 2011

Old Wooden Boat ~ Kuah

Picture by Jim Boud
Picture of the day. Nicely taken picture of Old wooden boat. Beautiful or cantik in Malay.
Motorized wooden fishing boats tied up on the shores of Langkawi, Malaysia. The picture was taken in Pekan Kuah. 

Picture by Jim Boud. Thanks for sharing mate.
Canon EOS 450D Digital Rebel XSi
Exposure 0.002 sec (1/500)
Aperture f/5.6
Focal Length 28 mm
ISO Speed 100


disclaimer : all picture posted was already given permission by the owner..
More langkawi pictures here.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Medan Selera Nelayan, Jln Bukit Malut by I love to Eat

This restaurant is another must go place every time we go back to Langkawi. They serves Malay-style seafood using all very fresh ingredients. It's situated by the river at Jalan Bukit Malut.

The foods are delicious & worth the trip (every time). There's one problem though, I'm not sure why, but they took quite a while to serve the food (everytime). So, make sure u had light snack before u come to this restaurant. Other than that, nothing to complaint.

For full article visit here..  by beebsz

Timbermad :-
Been there several times. Good food but long waiting time.. Great view though

Cable Car Closure In Langkawi ~ Jadual Penutupan

Fellow guests. Some might not know but actually the cable car in Langkawi must attend to schedule inspection as required by Malaysia Act/ Law. Normally there's a schedule inspection every month.

Among the thing they check will be :-
1- Wire Rope Condition (wear & tear)
2- Visual inspection all items.
3- Foundation check. Visual of the visible crack if any.
4- Condition of Cable cart

For up to date schedule please refer here. Official website for Cable Car Langkawi.

Note from Langkawi Cable Car 
It is our priority to guarantee the safety and reliability of the cable car system thus ensuring that everyone visiting the cable car will have an enjoyable and a remarkable moments. To achieve it we need to perform regular maintenance, either corrective or preventive to make sure everything is safe and working as expected.
So for everyone planning for visiting the cable car, make sure to refer here always as we will regularly provide the schedule of the closure. 


Saturday, January 15, 2011

50 Pasukan Sahkan Sertai World Cup Asian Paintball 2011 Di Langkawi

ALOR SETAR, 11 Jan (Bernama) -- Lima puluh pasukan telah pun mengesahkan penyertaan dalam Kejohanan World Cup Asian Paintball 2011 yang bakal berlangsung di Langkawi dari 10 hingga 12 Nov depan.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Induk kejohanan itu Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid berkata beliau menjangkakan 32 negara termasuk Amerika Syarikat dan negara-negara Eropah akan menyertai kejohanan itu yang menawarkan hadiah keseluruhan berjumlah AS$30,000.


"Kita menyasarkan sebanyak 160 pasukan melibatkan minimum 2,000 peserta akan menyertai kejohanan itu," katanya pada sidang akhbar selepas mesyuarat jawatankuasa itu di sini Selasa.


Timbermad :-
Kenapalah nak dibuat Kejohanan dalam Dewan Mahsuri.. Tak sesuai langsung.. saya harap buatla kat kilang marble lama yg mcm kejohanan baru-baru ni. Barula kick & menarik. Paintball adalah sukan lasak. Jadi kalau nak buat dalam dewan hanya menjadi gelak @ ketawa kecil oleh pemain2. Jadi pada penganjur mintak kaji balik idea tersebut & pilih tempat sesuai utk anjur kejohanan peringkat antarabangsa ni.. 

p/s: Rujuk dgn persatuan paintball malaysia dulu (kalo ada la) utk nasihat..

Tasik Dayang Bunting Island

Picture of the Day. Pregnant Maiden Island is one of the mystery legends in Langkawi. Old folks in Langkawi said if a women have problem to get pregnant, drink the lake water. Just a myth & nobody know for sure whether it works or not. It is a freshwater lake in the middle of the Island. It its quite mystery how the lake did exist.

Thanks to WeiQi for the great picture of the lake. More pictures by WeiQi here. 
More pictures here.

Light Beacon In Langkawi ~ Pulau Kedera

I stumble upon a very interesting blog. Which features lots of light beacon around Malaysia. I think that this blogger works to maintain the light beacon. Well, there's a light beacon on Pulau Kedera Langkawi.

Honestly i never been to the Island. But i do know some fisherman used that Island as temporary shelter when unpredicted storm coming in.

To see more pictures by Ezmil please refer to his blog.. Thanks for sharing Ezmil

Friday, January 14, 2011

Langkawi Island by Musemono

Hey y'all. Last weekend (it was Christmas holidays), I decided to re-visit Langkawi Island. The last time I went there was 8 years ago, so I had a very vague idea how it was and pretty curious this time around. Langkawi is an island in Kedah state (the same state I was born in), about an hour by airplane from Kuala Lumpur. It's located on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia, quite near to Thailand. Oh it's also accessible via ferries.

I rented a cute lil Malaysian car, called Kancil (mousedeer) for about RM70 a day from the airport counter. A car will help a lot to move my holiday butt around, especially on a large and relatively undeveloped island like this one.


AL :-
Quite interesting blog by Musemono. 

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Tekun bantu anak muda berniaga

KUAH - Hasil dari daya usaha dan sokongan keluarga seorang remaja mendapat pinjaman Tabung Ekonomi Kumpulan Usaha Niaga (Tekun) untuk kali ketiga sejak memulakan perniagaan kuih apam balik di pasar malam.

Ahmad Fitri Idnan, 33, dari Kampung Sungai Itau berkata, perniagaan kuih apam balik ini diteruskan sejak era datuknya lagi.

“Saya tidak meneruskan pelajaran disebabkan masalah kewangan, selepas mendapat tunjuk ajar dan petua dari keluarga, saya terus menjalankan perniagaan ini dengan serius.

“Kali pertama pinjaman saya sebayak RM10,000 dan kedua RM20,000 kesemuanya pinjaman telah dijelaskan,” katanya ketika ketika majlis penyerahan cek pinjaman Tekun di Kuah.

Menurutnya, pinjaman kali kali ini sebanyak RM30,000 akan digunakan untuk melebarkan lagi pasaran kuih apam balik.

Hadir sama, Ahli Parlimen Datuk Abu Bakar Taib, Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Kuah, Datuk Ir Nawawi Ahmad dan Pengurus Tekun daerah Langkawi, Mohd Nazim Yahya. 

Utk lebih Lanjut sila beli Sinar @ layari sinar harian online..

AL:-
Jgn tak bayar balik udah le..

Exploring the Natural Splendor of Langkawi Malaysia

Exploring the Natural Splendor of Langkawi Malaysia
Langkawi is a small island-district located offshore Malaysian mainland. It is one of the most visited destinations in this part of Southeast Asia. Its natural endowments and rich cultural heritage draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to its coastlines every year. It is also easily accessible from the equally popular tourist destinations of Singapore and Thailand.
Langkawi is adored mainly for its exquisite beaches, azure blue waters and powdery white sand shores. Cenang beach is a favorite tourist jaunt where you can easily get lost in the crowd.  It also has the highest concentration of commercial establishments catering to the needs of the throng of visitors for accommodation, food and shopping. More tranquil and quiet alternatives include Tanjung Rhu Beach, Burau Bay and Kok Beach

AL :-
Review of our island by www.worldtreks.org.
Well, well,.. great to know highlights of Langkawi throughout the globe.. We just need to maintain the biodiversity.. 

Slow Start in Day 1 ~ Royal International Regatta

IT sparked a short wave of excitement when the AP flag was finally lowered at 12.15pm.
After almost four hours of delay with flat waters and no wind, a gentle breeze started to blow around noon. When the weather conditions improved, so did the mood of those at the harbour as sailors could not wait to set their sails up for the first race of the Royal Langkawi International Regatta 2011.

More here from official website..

Tanjung Rhu ~ Langkawi Sunset View

Picture By Adhish Velu
Picture of the day. Tanjung Rhu is among the best places to capture great Sunset view. No wonder there's a lot of photographer on the beach during that time.

Nicely taken picture by Adhish Velu.  Thanks for sharing. More pictures here.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Royal International Regatta Langkawi 2011

Today is the Day 1 of Royat International Regatta Langkawi 2011. Held from 11 - 15 Jan 2011.

Please find highlights about the event in Official Website of Royal Langkawi Internation Regatta. 

For Facebook updates please refer here.

Strong winds, exciting maneuvers and close finishes awaits international sailors

The sailing extravaganza that brings seasoned yachtsmen and those who enjoy cruising around the legendary Langkawi islands has attracted a record 47 boats and over 300 sailors this year.

Trip to Langkawi by Rames Studios

Red Tomato Menu by Rames Studios
On the next day, we went for island hoping + swim @ the beach. Weather was so cold can DIE!! but we had so much fun ahha. On this island got damn a lots of monkeys! Do you know I almost got killed cos of them? :P Really.

Well, the story goes like this... I came down from the boat and waited for the rest to come down. Junn asked me if I can help him hold the junk foods. I said yes. Later on, there was this huge monkey came towards me, tried to grab the junk food! Everyone was panic but not me lol. I was trying to avoid him by walking a lil bit fast, but the monkey manage to poke a hole on the plastic and half of the stuff in it started to drop one by one! My initial idea was to throw it to the sea so that it wont be able to get it. While I was walking, one of the boat came towards me (I didn't see it coming cos I was facing the opposite side -_-" + the boatman thought I know the boat is coming towards me! Sweat!!). This is the moment I thought SOMETHING gonna happen! I turn back to see why is everyone shouting "go awayy!!!" 

More info please refer his blog here.

Timbermad :-
I never seen such amazing blog. The template are superb & the pictures.. Well, you need to see it for yourself. Such an artistic blog. :) One thing for sure he really did enjoy being in Langkawi.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Protecting Langkawi’s splendour By CHRISTINA CHIN

COME March, the Langkawi Country Code, a guideline for sustainable eco-tourism for Langkawi, will be available for all local authorities, tourism operators and stakeholders.
Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) Langkawi branch chairman Eric R. Sinnaya said the code hoped to prevent natural attractions from being ruined by tourism so that everyone could enjoy long-term benefits.

“Tourism can really improve the locals’ standard of living but we must not kill the goose that lays the golden egg,” he said.
“We can have the greenest is- lands in the world if everyone works together.

“Two decades ago, 95% of the Langkawi islands was green — now we are down to about 60%,” he said.
He said although NGOs could prepare a guideline of best practices, the state and local authorities’ support was needed to endorse and enforce the code, adding that the ecology of Langkawi was very sensitive and needed protection.

He said the Pulau Payar Marine Park was a good example of how tourism had resulted in garbage pollution and coral damage.

The code addresses the conservation of existing tropical rainforests, mangrove forests, coastal eco-systems, bio-diversity and landscapes; garbage management; reduction of pollution and usage of natural resources and adoption of ethical business models by all parties.
The code was among the out-comes of the ‘Conservation of Biodiversity in Langkawi through Sustainable Eco-tourism’ project funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and implemented by the MNS.

Anaklangkawi :-
Its about time  this code of conduct or best practices propose by MNS & LADA is no point if the local authorities will not endorse it. It will be just another piece of paper submitted. Anyhow.. I applause MNS effort to proposed such paper. 

I really hope that Ministry of Tourism, Kedah Government & Local Authorities support & make the code of conduct / guidelines proposal as compulsory or make it a law. Enforce it then we'll see changes.. 

Royal Langkawi International Regatta : Starts Today..

Snippet Regatta Langkawi. 

AN estimated 300 sailors in 43 yachts have entered for the ninth Royal Langkawi International Regatta

"We are thrilled to be organising this event once again and are excited over the large number of boats that have registered," said Tunku Soraya Dakhlah Tunku Abdullah, the Rear Commodore of RLYC.

A new event in the Hobie16 class was the 16-foot yacht handled by two yachtsmen and so far, six teams had registered for this event, he said here yesterday.
The RMAF has registered three yachts for the race — namely Navy 1 in the Sports class, Zuhrah in the Racing class and Musytari in the Sixth class.

Langkawi Fiddler Crab or Uca

Picture By Farlykhalid
Picture of the day by Farlykhalid. Shows Fiddler Crab or Uca (scientific name). Found in mangroves, salt marches etc2. Easily recognised by their distinctively asymmetric claws.

Fiddler crabs communicate by a sequence of waves and gestures;[2] males have an oversized claw or cheliped; used in clashes of ritualised combat of courtship over a female and signal their intentions between conspecifics. The movement of the smaller claw from ground to mouth during feeding underlines the crabs' common name; it seems that animal plays the larger claw somewhat like a fiddle. - Wikipedia

One thing for sure. Dont ever underestimate the claws. Nicely taken picture & thanks for the permission to share it with fellow Langkawian.. :) More pictures here.

Taking A Break In Langkawi by Sunny Cookie

Was glad we stayed at Pantai Chenang because according to the locals, it is the most happening place at night...something like the night market at Penang's Batu Ferringhi. Had dinner and walked around, CoolTeen managed to buy some interesting T-shirts and hubby bought a nice linen white shirt for Chinese New Year.

The next morning we got up early and visited the Langkawi Cable Car which was about 30 minutes' drive away. We reached there at 9am but there were already people queuing up at the ticket counter, which opens at 10am. I really dislike cable car rides and this one is really scary because of the very steep incline, but the view from the top of the hill made up for it...a cool and very windy place, sometimes the gust of wind is so strong that you feel you might be blown off the viewing platform! 


For full article please refer her blog here.. 

Anaklangkawi :-
Nice review about the lodge. HOnestly i never come across that place until she highlighted it..

Monday, January 10, 2011

Pulau Tuba Sebagai Lubuk Ikan - Johari

LANGKAWI, 9 Jan (Bernama) -- Kementerian Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani mahu menjadikan Pulau Tuba dan Selat Bagan Nyior, Pulau Dayang Bunting, di sini sebagai kawasan lubuk ikan untuk nelayan dan pemancing.

Timbalan Menteri berkenaan, Datuk Mohd Johari Baharom berkata, untuk tujuan itu, Jabatan Perikanan membina dan melabuh tiga unit tuas di tiga lokasi berasingan di sekitar dua kawasan itu bernilai lebih RM100,000.

Dua unit tuas itu dari batang nibong manakala seunit dari kayu keras gred A yang dilabuh untuk dijadikan sebagai rumah ikan bagi benih ikan dan ikan bermain serta berlindung, katanya pada sidang media selepas merasmikan pusat pemantauan dan rekreasi komuniti pengurusan sumber perikanan (KPSP) Pulau Tuba pada hari Ahad.

Mengenai KPSP berharga RM150,000, beliau berkata pusat itu adalah untuk memelihara ekosistem marin dan menerap budaya usahawan dan berdikari di kalangan nelayan pantai di pulau itu.

-- BERNAMA

AL :-
Sememangnya kalau kena pada tempat & betui perancangan Langkawi mungkin boleh jadi satu tempat utk menarik sebagai destinasi pelancong kaki-kaki pancing.. Harap-harap jadila..

Cocktails at Four Seasons Langkawi by Musemono

I know it sounds weird, but one of Langkawi's fabulous (I can't think of other word!) attractions is the Four Seasons Resort, set on Langkawi's best beach, Tanjung Rhu. I didn't get to stay there (flat broke), but my spirit wasn't broke to explore the side of this out-of-this-world beauty. Call me wannabe, but I soooo wannabe there again, even as I'm writing this! Ok whatever.






Anaklangkawi :-
What i can say is musemono blog are really interesting. It quite detail & great pictures on the places he visits. There's also an article about Kampung Tok Senik Resort. Do look up his blog if you plan to stay at these two places.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Eagle In Langkawi - Burung Helang Langkawi

Pic by cjacksonuk77
Picture of the day. The picture shows Brahminy Kite Eagle which is the icon for Langkawi. It is also known as Red-backed Sea-eagle. It is primarily a scavenger, feeding mainly on dead fish and crabs, especially in wetlands and marshland but occasionally hunts live prey such as hares and bats. More info in wikipedia.

Picture by cjacksonuk77 
More langkawi pictures here. 

Encounter with Langkawi MP: Rubbish Issue

I recently bumped into Dato' Paduka Abu Bakar Taib Member of Parliament of Langkawi while waiting for my flight going back to Kuala Lumpur. I ask Dato' to comment highlighted by tourists with regards to the rubbish & cleanliness issue around the Island in the local newspaper. Refer here.

Below are his response.

"I am concerned about the cleanliness in Langkawi especially around the areas of Pulau Payar, Pantai Chenang, Pantai Tengah, Kilim Geopark, Teluk Yu, Telaga Tujuh, the Kuah town itself and all the Islands in Langkawi". 

"Eventhough actions have been taken by the local council, the Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) and others, I urge the authorities to STEP UP actions & effort to ensure the cleanliness of Langkawi. I also urge the residents of Langkawi & also tourists which number more than 2.4 million visitors to help this effort". 
"I've also spoken in Parliament on the issue of cleanliness, in the previous parliament sessions and requested the relevant Ministeries to ensure the pristine beauty and cleanliness of Langkawi is maintained. Last but not least Langkawi must be "Cantik, Indah & Bersih".

Dato' Paduka Abu Bakar Taib.

AL :-
Both government & local authorities must give good response by comments of public & the Langkawi Member of Parliament with regards to the concern raised. As well, i suggest the hotels once i a while carry out events such as beach cleanup with tourist & fellow guest. Local residents also should not take cleanliness issue lightly. Together we make Langkawi "Cantik, Indah & Bersih" or "Pretty, Beautiful, & clean" 

Langkawi Nature Discovery Package by Noweating.com

Two weeks ago I joined a one-day “Langkawi Nature Discovery” package to Langkawi– an island north of Penang. The package was offered by Langkawi Coral– a Langkawi tour agent in Penang. It had been decades since I visited the island. Even though Langkawi is not as well developed as Penang island, it is in fact bigger than Penang, and even Singapore!

According to the tour guide, the reason it is not well developed is due to the distance from mainland. It took one hour to travel from mainland, or 3 hours from Penang island by sea, which is soul-torturing! Things will be different if there is a bridge built between mainland and Langkawi.


AL :- 
I just love how the picture moves in his blog. Nice picture mate.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Young Malaysian Sailor Creates History By Winning IODA World Title After 30 Years

IODA 2010 Champion - Pic by Hamzah Osman

LANGKAWI, Jan 7 (Bernama) -- Young national sailor Ahmad Syukri Abdul Aziz created history by winning the International Optimist Dinghy Association (IODA) World title in the men's individual event for the first time in 30 years.

Closing Ceremony.
Ahmad Syukri, 14, pulled off a magnificent feat by coming from behind to achieve the most memorable victory in local sailing history said coach Mohd Shahir Abdul Rahim when the championships ended here Friday.

Pic by Hamzah Osman

Anaklangkawi :-
Congratulation to Malaysia Sailor. I hope by this achievement the National Sport Council or Ministry of Youth give special attention to the event & Malaysia sailors which make us all proud.

For the Love of Langkawi by Lanh14

“The majority of Malay/Muslims from the rural areas are still poor but now for the religious conscious residents, they have headaces in trying to educate their children in an environment they had no idea some 20 years ago. Nowadays entertainment outlets including bars and spas are just a stone’s throw away from their homes. Even tiny stores owned by Malays, have beers in their refrigerators for sale. I had seen and scolded some Malays teenagers when they tried to buy the drinks.".

Read full concern here ..

Anaklangkawi :-
Apa yg dikatakan oleh blogger ni adalah benar. Kepesatan pembangunan Langkawi tidak dinikmati sepenuhnya oleh org2 Langkawi. Terutama penduduk. Sehinggakan byk org langkawi masih di takuk sama. Masalah sosial pula makin meningkat. Kita perlu berhenti sejenak & buat muhasabah diri utk melihat benda2 ni. 
Kita kadang2 tak nampak sbb kita disana tapi bila org luar yg komen maka itulah hakikatnya..

Itulah persoalan yg perlu kita teliti & lihat.

Pesawat udara kendalian Kapt Zainol Taib ~ Langkawi Air Recreation Club

Pesawat jatuh di Pantai Chenang
Mudah-mudah kapten cepat sembuh.
Kapten Zainol baru-baru ini terlihat dgn nahas kapal terbang di Pantai Chenang. Alhamdulillah Kapten hanya luka ringan. Moga-moga musibah yg berlaku tidak mematahkan semangat beliau utk terus merancakkan aktiviti pelancongan langkawi.

Sumber KRT Desa Kemboja Langkawi