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Tabung Wira Lahad Datu

| Sabah | March 19, 2013

Tabung Wira Lahad Datu Media Prima Bagi Menghargai Pengorbanan Wira-wira Negara Di Sabah

Perwira-perwira negara, terima kasih kerana sanggup berkorban nyawa untuk Malaysia.

Terima Kasih Kerana Berkorban Untuk Kami

Terima Kasih Kerana Berkorban Untuk Kami

Individu dan organisasi boleh menyalurkan sumbangan ke nombor akaun Maybank 5142-7133-9000 di bawah nama “Tabung Wira Lahad Datu Media Prima” melalui kaedah-kaedah berikut:

  • Maybank2u.com
  • Pemindahan dana melalui ATM dan “Phone Banking” KawanKu
  • Mesin Deposit Tunai
  • Mesin Deposit Cek
  • Kaunter-kaunter Maybank
  • Kirimkan cek di atas nama “Tabung Wira Lahad Datu Media Prima” ke:

Jabatan Komunikasi Korporat Kumpulan, Media Prima Berhad
Sri Pentas, No. 3 Persiaran Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800, Petaling, Selangor;

atau mana- mana pejabat Media Prima Berhad atau The New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Berhad (NSTP) di  seluruh negara.

Bantulah kami sebarkan kempen ini kepada rakan-rakan yang lain.

About Sabah

| Sabah | November 18, 2012

About Sabah

This article provides you some general information about Sabah. A more detailed information about Sabah has been published in our article About Sabah 2012.

What is Sabah

Sabah is a state in [[Malaysia]].

Sabah is the second largest state among thirteen states in Malaysia (Malaysia is located in Southeast Asia).

Where is Sabah

Sabah is located in [[Borneo]] Island. Coordinates: 5°15′N 117°0′E. Sabah is bordering with Indonesia’s [[Kalimantan]] in the south and with Southern [[Philippines]] in the East Coast.

Location of Sabah

Location of Sabah in Malaysia Map. Coordinates: 5°15′N 117°0′E

 Interesting About Sabah

Sabah is one of the most popular tourists destinations in Malaysia. Sabah is blessed to have the beauty of flora and fauna, well preserved marine treasures and ethnic diversity that makes Sabah one of the most beautiful tourists destinations. Provided with excellent international accessibility via Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Sabah is now also one of main gateway to Malaysia. Hotel facilities and accommodation with competitive rates are also another exciting attraction available.

The interesting Geography of Sabah

1. Sabah houses one of the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu.

2. Sabah houses the largest flower in the world, Rafflesia.

3. Sabah houses one of the top diving sites in the world, Sipadan Island.

4. Sabah houses one of the World Heritage Sites by [[UNESCO]]

Biodiversity of Sabah

Iconic species of animals that you can find in Sabah (Kinabalu Park)

Alcedo euryzona / Blue-banded Kingfisher

Anthreptes rhodolaemus / Red-throated Sunbird

Callosciurus baluensis / Kinabalu Squirrel

Calyptomena viridis / Asian Green Broadbill

Chimarrogale phaeura / Bornean Water Shrew

Chloropsis cyanopogon / Lesser Green Leafbird

Crocidura monticola / Sunda Shrew

Cyornis turcosus / Malaysian Blue-flycatcher

Harpactes kasumba / Red-naped Trogon

Harpactes whiteheadi / Whitehead’s Trogon

Hipposideros galeritus / Cantor’s Leaf-nosed Bat

Hylobates muelleri / Müller’s Bornean Gibbon

Hylomys suillus / Short-tailed Gymnure

Macronous ptilosus / Fluffy-backed Tit-babbler

Malacocincla malaccensis / Short-tailed Babbler

Malacopteron affine / Sooty-capped Babbler

Malacopteron magnum / Rufous-crowned Babbler

Maxomys whiteheadi / Whitehead’s Sundaic Maxomys

Meiglyptes tukki / Buff-necked Woodpecker

Miniopterus schreibersii / Common Bentwing Bat

Petaurista elegans / Spotted Giant Flying Squirrel

Presbytis hosei / Hose’s Langur

Prionailurus bengalensis / Leopard cat

Rattus baluensis / Kinabalu Rat

Rhinolophus luctus / Great Woolly Horsehoe Bat

Sundamys infraluteus / Mountain Sundamys

Sundasciurus hippurus / Horse-tailed Squirrel

Tupaia montana / Mountain Treeshrew

Zoothera interpres / Chestnut-capped Thrush

Tourist Destination In Sabah

Refer to tourist map below to discover the wonders of Sabah.

Top Ten Destination in Sabah;

1. Mt. Kinabalu – The highest mountain of Malaysia

2. Sipadan Island – One of the top 3 diving sites in the world

3. Sepilok – Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre

4. Kinabatangan Foodplain – World-class wildlife and birding sites in Asia

5. Sapi / Manukan Island – Favorite islands of people in Kota Kinabalu

6. Danum Valley – 130-million-year virgin Borneo rainforest, older than Amazon

7. Kapalai Island – A romantic island in Celebes Sea of Semporna

8. Klias Wetland – Proboscis monkey and Christmas firefly trees welcome you

9. Poring Hot Springs – Try the sulfurous hot spring and thrilling canopy walk

10. Tawau Hills Park – See the tallest tropical tree in the world

Tourist Destination Sabah

About Sabah. Tourist Map Of Sabah. Tourist Destination.

About Sabah People and Sabahan Hospitality

Sabah people are known as Sabahans. There are officially 32 ethnics in Sabah. These 32 ethnics has their own unique custom that have been preserved for hundreds of years. These unique cultures and traditions will give an unforgetable memory. Sabahan hospitality will certainly amaze you. Sabahans are very friendly. Each ethnic has its own way of life including unique costumes, unique music and musical instrument, unique dance etc. but they all share the same amount of friendliness and hospitality. All guest are treated with highest respect and celebrated as if they were part of the community.

Sabah People

About Sabah. Faces Of lovely Sabahans

Major Celebration in Sabah

Harvest Festival (Pesta Kaamatan)

The Kaamatan festival is an annual event in the cultural life of the Kadazandusuns of Sabah since time immemorial. In its deepest sense, Kaamatan festival is a manifestation of Creator and Creation relationship, as well as Inter-Creations relationship. It embodies the principal acts of invocation of divinities, appeasing, purification and restoration, re-union of benevolent spirits, and thanksgiving to the Source of All. It is part of a complex wholesome Momolian religious system centered on the paddy rites of passage and the life cycle of Bambarayon – the in-dwelling spirit of paddy. Read more..

Kaamatan by KDCA

Other Articles About Sabah

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabah

www.sabahtourism.com/sabah-malaysian-borneo/en/

Sejarah Ringkas Negeri Sabah

| Sabah | April 26, 2012

Sabah Tanah Airku

Sabah merupakan sebuah negeri yang terletak di utara Pulau [[Borneo]]. Pada abad ke-16, Kesultanan [[Brunei]] menguasai sebahagian besar daripada wilayah utara pulau ketiga terbesar di dunia iaitu Pulau Borneo. Nama pulau ini, “Borneo” sendiri berasal daripada nama kesultanan itu iaitu “Brunei”. Kesultanan Brunei telah menamakan wilayahnya yang terletak di bahagian utara Pulau Borneo ini sebagai “Sabah”. Sabah meliputi seluruh bahagian utara di pantai barat dan seluruh wilayah pantai timur Pulau Borneo. Wilayah Sabah termasuk wilyah Sungai Sulaman hingga ke Teluk Marudu dan ke Sungai Paitan, Sibuku, Sugut, Banggaya, Labuk, Sandakan, Kinabatangan, Mumiang, Kimanis, Benoni, Teluk Gaya, Teluk Sepanggar dan Pulau Banggi.

Sabah In Borneo

Sabah, Borneo

Pada abad ke 19, satu perebutan takhta Kesultanan Brunei telah berlaku di antara Sultan Muhiudin dan Sultan Abdul Mubin. Perebutan takhta ini telah memihak kepada Sultan Muhiudin dengan bantuan [[Sultan Sulu]] pada masa itu. Sultan Muhiudin menyerahkan sebahagian wilayah pantai timur Sabah iaitu dari Teluk Marudu hingga ke Sungai Sibuku kepada Sultan Sulu sebagai balasan kepada jasa Sultan Sulu membantu baginda dalam perebutan takhta Brunei. Dengan itu, Sabah telah terbahagi kepada dua zon pentadbiran oleh dua kesultanan iaitu Sultan Brunei di Zon Pantai Barat dan Sultan Sulu di Zon Pantai Timur.

Pada tahun 1877, Sultan Brunei, Sultan Abdul Mu’min dan Pangeran Temenggung menyerahkan wilayah Sabah yang meliputi Teluk Gaya hingga ke Sungai Sibuku dan Sungai Kimanis dan Benoni kepada [[Baron Von Overbeck]] dan [[Alfred Dent]] untuk selama-lamanya. Sultan Brunei menerima bayaran sebanyak $15,000 setahun sebagai balasan kepada penyerahan ini. Pada tahun 1878, Sultan Sulu pula, iaitu Paduka Maulana Al-Sultan Mohamet Jamal Al-Alam bin Sri Paduka Almarhum Al Sultan Mohamat Fathlon menyerahkan wilayah Sabah yang meliputi wilayah Pandasan ke Sungai Sibuku, wilayah pantai timur iaitu wilayah Paitan, Sugut, Benggaya, Labuk, Sandakan, Kinabatangan, Mumiang dan kawasan-kawasan lain termasuk pulau-pulau ke selatan Teluk Darvel kepada Overbeck dan Alfred Dent. Sultan sulu menerima bayaran sebanyak $5000 setahun sebagai balasan kepada penyerahan ini. Dengan itu, jatuhlah Sabah ke tangan pemerintah Barat iaitu Syarikat Berpiagam Borneo Utara (SBBU) pada tahun 1878 dan mulai dikenali sebagai North Borneo (Borneo Utara). SBBU telah memerintah Sabah secara rasminya pada tahun 1881 hingga 1941.

Pada tahun 1942-1945, Sabah telah jatuh ke tangan Jepun melalui Perang Dunia Kedua. Setelah Jepun menyerah kalah pada tahun 1945, pemerintahan Sabah telah diambil alih sementara oleh Pentadbiran Tentera British (British Military Administration). Pada tahun 1946, SBBU dengan rasminya telah menyerahkan Sabah kepada kerajaan [[British]]. Dengan itu, jatuhlah Sabah ke tangan British dan dijadikan sebagai Jajahan Mahkota Diraja British (Crown Colony). British turut memasukkan [[Labuan]] sebagai sebahagian daripada jajahan itu, maka jadilah Labuan sebagai sebahagian daripada Sabah sehingga ke zaman [[Malaysia]].

Sabah di Malaysia

Kedudukan Geografi Sabah di Dalam Malaysia

Pada tahun 1963, Sabah telah bersetuju untuk bersekutu dengan Malaya (kini Semenanjung Malaysia), [[Singapura]], Brunei dan [[Sarawak]] untuk membentuk sebuah Persekutuan yang bakal dikenali sebagai Malaysia. Maka, pada 31 Ogos 1963, Sabah dengan rasminya mencapai kemerdekaan daripada British (Kemerdekaan berjaya dicapai dengan bersetuju menyertai Malaysia). Akhirnya, pada 9 July 1963, Sabah  menjadi salah sebuah daripada 14 13 buah negeri di Malaysia pada hari ini.

Baca lebih lanjut tentang pembentukan Malaysia

Malaysians ‘owe’ Sabah the truth – Lim Kit Siang (Pandangan peribadi)

Point of View: The Formation of Malaysia? – Tan Sri Simon Sipaun (Pandangan peribadi)

Behind the formation of Malaysia – Jebat Must Die (Article mengandungi tulisan asal Tunku Abdul Rahman)

Malaysia Agreement of 9 July 1963 – SAPP (PDF file, Petikan Salinan Perjanjian Malaysia)

Malaysia Agreement of July 1963 – PDF file. Salinan Lengkap Perjanjian Malaysia 1963

 

Gunung Kinabalu di Sabah

Tips For Free Advertising In Sabah

| General, Sabah | April 21, 2012

Tips For Advertising In SabahSell.com, Free Advertising in Sabah

Advertising in Sabah with SabahSell.com is mainly by the means of optimizing ads for internet Search Engines and Social Network sites. Most business people in this [[Digital Age]] are well aware of the fact that having great product means almost nothing without having good presence and visibility in the internet.

Free Advertising in Sabah

Free Advertising in Sabah

Example: You were in front of your computer in your bedroom. You were thinking about buying the best “inner tudung” at the best price. You had two main options. First, you go to Kota Kinabalu, enter every street, every shopping complex and every shop to find what you’re looking for, or, second, you can go to Google.com and search for “inner tudung in sabah”. (Tip: Try performing this Google search now). You will find that all you have to do now is to make a phone call and inner tudung will be delivered to your doorstep.

Believe it or not, most buyers nowadays will search in Google before they actually go through traffic jams and parking space challenges to get the things they want to buy. Therefore, it is very important for any business to have internet presence to make any sale.

To have a presence in the internet, you have to have a website and/or social network page for your business. A good website for your business is a website where people can view in great details the product and services that you offer, can  compare your product with your competitors, share your products information with their internet friends, find the location of your physical premise (if any) and most importantly, to make online order and payment for your products and services.

Having a good website is not enough. Your website has to be visible in the internet. Visibility refers to how easily people would be able to find your product in your website in the internet. For example, the search term “pakaian bundle sabah” and many more related search terms should lead to your website if you are in a bundle clothes business.

SabahSell.com, Free Advertising In Sabah

SabahSell.com is a FREE advertising that dedicated to business people who target Sabah market. As a free service, we are not competing with any existing similar advertising sites. In fact, we highly recommend our users to use other free advertising websites in the internet.

As a website with excellent SEO and socially viral, SabahSell.com helps advertisers to get traffic from Facebook and Google. Your advertisement in SabahSell.com will ensure that you do not lose traffics from keywords that related to your products when a searcher of that keyword lands to Sabahsell.com instead.

Best practice for advertising in SabahSell.com

Title:

Use a descriptive title in 70 characters. Include the main keywords of your products.

Information:

Our ads submission form has several fields where you can provide the important information about your product. Providing as many information as possible helps your ads getting more visibility in search engines and improve your customers experience in viewing your ads.

Description:

The description field is HTML enabled. That means, you can design the appearance of the body of your ads however you like. You can use H1 to H6 tags in this field. You can embed images and videos in the description of your product. Please do not paste duplicate internet content into the description as this will trigger our automated system to delete your ads without notice. (Due to abuse, we have disabled HTML in description field. Just provide us the simplest description of your product, let us SEO it for you.

Images:

Include appealing images for your ads to attract more viewers.

Share:

Sharing could be the most important part of your ads. We have reasons to believe that the more an advertisement is shared in facebook and other social networks, the more likely an ad appears on the first page of Google search for various related search terms. So, sharing in facebook not only increases direct visitors to your ads, but also increases your search engine visibility. Please share your advertisement with your facebook friends and page fans for better result.

Backlinks:

All backinks that you make from SabahSell.com are dofollow links and are good for your SEO. Backlink building should not be the primary purpose of advertising in SabahSell.com. Advertisements that lead us to believe to be posted  primarily for backlinks building will be deleted without notice.

Sumandak Sabah Olumis Kopio

Sumandak Sabah Olumis Kopio is the mother of SabahSell.com. This facebook page is dedicated to the friendly community of Sabah Girls and Boys. We are “sporting”. Advertisements that interest us will be shared in this facebook page with 4K++ likes.

Good luck. Sharing is caring.

About Sabah 2012

| General, Sabah | April 19, 2012

About Sabah

This is article about Sabah will give you a complete information about Sabah.

Video of About Sabah

 

  • Sabah is located at [[Borneo]] Island.
  • Sabah is one of the states in Malaysia.
  • Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia.
  • Sabah has high [[biodiversity]], cultural diversity and people diversity.
  • Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in [[South East Asia]] is located in Sabah.
  • Sipadan Island, one of the best dive sites in the world is located in Sabah.
  • The [[Rafflesia]], the largest flower in the world is in Sabah.
  • Sabah has beautiful beaches.
  • People of Sabah are Sabahans.
  • Sabahan hospitality will give you an unforgettable memory that lasts forever.
  • Sabah population is the third largest in Malaysia.
  • Sabah has 32 ethnic groups exclusive unrecognized ones.
  • Chinese is the largest group of non-indigenous people in Sabah.
  • Kadazan-Dusun and Rungus are the largest group of indigenous people in Sabah.
  • Another significant group of indigenous groups of people in Sabah are the Bajau, Murut, and Orang Sungai.
  • Sabahans have their own mother tongue. [[Malay]] or Bahasa Malaysia, the Malaysian national language is the most commonly spoken language. English and Chinese are widely spoken.
  • Sabah is a democratic political institution.
  • The head of the state is known as The Head Of State in English and Yang di-Pertua Negeri in Malay.
  • There is a State Legislative Assembly under The Head of State.
  • The State Cabinet is the Executive institution of the State.
  • General Election takes place every five years.
  • Agriculture (including large scale plantation of oil palm, rubber, cocoa, tea and vegetable) is one of the main economic activities in Sabah.
  • Tourism industry is a significant economic activity in Sabah.
  • Sabah experiences equatorial/tropical climate. [[Tropical]] climate is generally hot and sunny all year round. Rains are unpredictable.
  • Average Temperature in lowlands is 32 degrees Centigrade and 21 degrees Centigrade in highlands.
  • Currency of Sabah is the Malaysian Ringgit (RM or MYR). Money changer kiosks are available at airport and at major shopping complex in Sabah.
  • Major Credit and Charge Cards are VISA, MasterCrad, American Express, Diners Club – credit and charge cards are accepted in almost all departmental stores , supermarkets, petrol stations and restaurants.
  • Local Time of Sabah is 8 hours ahead of GMT (GMT+8)
  • Banking Hours are Monday through Friday from 9.30am to 3pm
  • Usual Office Hours are Monday to Friday from 8am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm; Saturday from 8am – 1pm
  • Shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants and mini markets are generally open daily from 10am to 10pm
  • Tipping is normally including 5 per cent service charges in exclusive places. However, tipping is not obligatory in most places.
  • Electricity is on the 240 Volts AC/ 50-Cycle system.
  • Treated pipe water (with Chlorine) is available in most urban and sub-urban areas.
  • Mobile telecommunications (The most common are Celcom, DiGi and Maxis) cover many parts of Sabah with the exception of some remote areas. Please assume that there’s no public phone.
  • Government hospitals, clinics and dispensaries are available in all towns. Sabah local phone directory has the list of medical practitioners in Sabah. Please have a good supply of medications for specific medical problem.

Sabah by Wikipedia

Sabah is one of 13 member states of Malaysia,[4] and its easternmost state. It is located on the northern portion of the island ofBorneo.[5][6] It is the second largest state in the country after Sarawak, which it borders on its southwest. It also shares a border with the province of East Kalimantan of Indonesia in the south. In spite of its status as a Malaysian state, Sabah remains a disputed territory; thePhilippines has a dormant claim over much of the eastern part of the territory.[7][8] The capital of Sabah is Kota Kinabalu, formerly known as Jesselton. Sabah is often referred to as “Land Below The Wind”, because of its location just south of the typhoon-prone region around the Philippines. Read More..

About Sabah by Various Bloggers

About Sabah, Sabah Tourism Board Official Website (Sabah Malaysian Borneo):

Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malaysia is made of. Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with Sarawak, Brunei, and Indonesian Kalimantan.

Malaysians ‘owe’ Sabah the truth « Lim Kit Siang

blog.limkitsiang.com4/19/12

Clause 3 of the 20-point agreement, which relates to Sabah, states: “Whilst accepting that the present Constitution of the Federation of Malaya should form the basis of the Constitution of Malaysia, the Constitution of Malaysia

Will Sabah secede?

www.malaysia-today.net4/18/12

Incidentally ‘East Malaysia’ is a (literally) politically incorrect name as the government prefers the nation’s eastern wing to be called the states of Sabah and Sarawak. Perhaps the 1971 secession of East Pakistan to become

Sabah Today.com » Blog Archive » China’s Fortune 500 firm

www.sabahtoday.com4/9/12

9th April, 2012. KOTA KINABALU: The boss of a Chinese company listed among the Fortune’s top 500 companies of the world has expressed great optimism about the economic future of Sabah during his visit to the state.

Bonding With Gaya Street: Behind the scenes (Part 4) | The Sabah

sabahwarriors.blogspot.com4/18/12

On a personal note: I do apologise as I am unable to personally cover all these other amazing events that were happening like Tikar Revolution, Wayang Free and some of the other programmes that were happening during

Hotel Malaysia Online Booking | AboutSabah.comAbout Sabah

aboutsabah.com4/12/12

Hotel Malaysia Available For Booking Online. JOM Malaysia Hotel Booking allows its users to compare cheap hotel prices and secure last minute hotel bookings for popular holiday destinations in Malaysia.

Manukan Island Day Trip | Tours About Sabah

tours.aboutsabah.com3/26/12

On your visit to Kota Kinabalu, you should definitely add an island tour to your travel itinerary. Go on a Manukan Island Day Trip and enjoy a tropical paradise.

Images of About Sabah

About Sabah

Mount Kinabalu In Sabah

About Sabah

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia 2012, Kompleks Sukan Kota Kinabalu, Likas, Sabah

| General, Sabah | April 19, 2012

Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia 2012 (MSAM 2012)

Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia 2012
Sumber: PNB

Penganjur: Permodalan Nasional Berhad dengan kerjasama Kerajaan Negeri Sabah

Tarikh: 20 April 2012 hingga 28 April 2012

Tempat: Kompleks Sukan Kota Kinabalu Likas

Tujuan:  Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia bertujuan untuk memberi pendidikan dan kesedaran umum mengenai pelaburan, perancangan kewangan, konsep risiko dan pulangan kepada masyarakat umum khususnya di negeri Sabah.

Aktiviti: Antara aktiviti yang bakal diadakan sepanjang Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia ialah pameran, seminar, program keagamaan, program kebudayaan dan sebagainya.

Menarik: Pengunjung berpeluang memenangi pelbagai hadiah menarik seperti motosikal, basikal dan barangan elektirk. Hadiah utama yang menanti pemenang bertuah adalah tiga buah kereta.

Perasmian: Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia akan diramikan oleh YAB. Dato’Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak pada 20 April 2012, pukul 3 petang di Dewan Serbaguna Kompleks Sukan Kota Kinabalu.

Maklumat lebih lanjut:

Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia 2012 – Kota Kinabalu Sabah

Minggu Saham Amanah Malaysia (MSAM) merupakan nama yang tidak asing lagi bagi masyarakat Malaysia. Sepanjang 12 tahun penganjurannya, agenda tahunan negara ini telah berjaya meraih penyertaan lebih 2.0 juta pengunjung daripada pelbagai lapisan masyarakat. Maklumat lanjut..

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