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Old November 20th, 2009, 11:43 AM   #721
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Old November 20th, 2009, 12:45 PM   #723
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wow...those photos getting more "rustic", more "artistic"....terima kasih daun keladi, kalau ada memang nak lagi...
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Old November 20th, 2009, 01:29 PM   #724
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Old November 20th, 2009, 05:23 PM   #725
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Old November 20th, 2009, 06:45 PM   #727
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ECER tawar 76,580 pekerjaan
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KUANTAN: Pelan Induk Wilayah Ekonomi Pantai Timur (ECER) yang bakal meletakkan Pahang sebagai Hab Pembuatan dan Logistik utama di wilayah berkenaan akan menyediakan kira-kira 76,580 peluang pekerjaan apabila siap sepenuhnya.

Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob, berkata antara inisiatif pembangunan yang dirancang, termasuk Taman Industri Automotif di Peramu, Pekan (AIP), Taman Industri Halal Gambang, Taman Industri Bercampur Bentong dan Bandar Pelabuhan Kuantan.

Katanya, AIP merangkumi zon industri, pusat pentadbiran dan pengurusan taman industri, taman vendor bersepadu dan Pusat Ujian Automotif Nasional (NATC) yang akan dilaksanakan dalam tiga fasa dan akan mewujudkan 10,580 peluang pekerjaan.

Beliau berkata, antara pembangunan yang akan dilaksanakan ialah menambah baik infrastruktur fizikal bagi meningkatkan imej taman industri itu, menyediakan Pusat Pengurusan Bersepadu (CMC) sebagai pusat sehenti untuk pelabur dan membangunkan kawasan industri baru seluas 84 hektar.

“Taman Industri Halal Gambang pula dibangunkan sebagai pusat tumpuan industri halal utama untuk pasaran tempatan dan antarabangsa. Projek dijangka bermula pada Februari tahun depan dan apabila dibangunkan sepenuhnya ia akan mewujudkan kira-kira 1,500 peluang pekerjaan.

“Taman Industri Bercampur Bentong dibangunkan sebagai taman industri bersepadu lengkap dengan kemudahan dan perkhidmatan sokongan seperti pusat penyelidikan dan pembangunan (R&D) dan pusat logistik dan pergudangan.

“Pelaksanaan fasa satu akan bermula awal tahun depan dengan menyediakan infrastruktur asa tapak dan aktiviti pemasaran dan promosi. Taman ini dijangka mewujudkan 19,800 peluang pekerjaan,” katanya menjawab soalan Choong Siew Onn (DAP-Tras) pada sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) di sini, semalam.

Adnan berkata, projek pembangunan Bandar Pelabuhan Kuantan pula membabitkan komponen kawasan peluasan pelabuhan, kelompok perindustrian seperti petrokimia, bio-fuel, minyak sawit, industri berat, zon bebas, kawasan kediaman, komersial, pelancongan dan rekreasi.

Beliau berkata, Pelan Induk Bersepadu Pelabuhan Kuantan juga mengenal pasti beberapa projek infrastruktur untuk pelaksanaan segera bagi mengatasi masalah bekalan air dan trafik termasuk menaik taraf jalan sepanjang 12 kilometer dari persimpangan Jabor-Jerangau ke Persimpangan Sungai Ular, pembinaan loji rawatan air di Felda Panching Timur dan pemasangan paip bekalan air sepanjang dua kilometer di kawasan perindustrian Gebeng.

“Pelabuhan Kuantan ini akan memainkan fungsi penting sebagai pintu masuk bagi perdagangan antara Malaysia dan negeri di Asia Pasifik dan usaha menaik taraf yang dilakukan termasuk pembinaan pemecah ombak, melebar serta mendalamkan laluan navigasi.

“Apa yang penting ialah pembangunan ini bakal membuka peluang pekerjaan berjumlah 44,700 apabila siap sepenuhnya menjelang tahun 2020,” katanya.

Menjawab soalan Leong Ngah Ngah (DAP-Triang) berhubung perkembangan pembangunan pusat kecemerlangan ECER di Pahang berkata, pusat kecemerlangan itu adalah projek bersama Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) dan Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Jengka.

“Satu daripada projek yang akan dirancang bersempena ECER ialah Taman Industri Perabot Kayu Getah dalam Rancangan Malaysia Ke-10 (RMK-10) dan ia memerlukan kira-kira 13,000 pekerja mahir. Oleh itu, Pusat Penyelidikan Untuk Akreditasi dan Pensijilan Produk Berasaskan Kayu dan Pusat Latihan Produk Berasaskan Kayu sudah diwujudkan di UiTM Jengka,” katanya.
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Thousands join the fun at Matta fair in Kuantan
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KUANTAN: The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) Fair 2009 held here recently saw thousands of people making a beeline to book their dream holidays.

Opened by State Arts, Tourism and Heritage Committee chairman Datuk Shafik Fauzan Sharif, the fair’s purpose was to raise awareness on the importance of patronising authorised travel agencies.

Shafik Fauzan said the agencies should arm the public with information about the various aspects of planning a holiday.

“For example, authorised agencies provide insurance coverage. If travellers purchase packages from unauthorised agents, they will have to bear the costs should anything untoward happen during the trip,” he said at the fair’s launch.

“Not many are aware of the consequences and we want to educate the public to prevent unnecessary problems,” he added.

Matta Pahang chairman Mohd Almizat Abu Halip said the fair presented to the public a selection of authorised travel agencies in the state.

“It is also a chance to promote Pahang as a tourist destination,” he said.

This year’s fair featured over 50 booths. The participating travel agencies had proposed that the organisers have a different theme every year.
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Old November 21st, 2009, 09:00 PM   #729
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MALACCA: The historic city status as a Unesco World Heritage Site (WHS) has attracted a wide range of investors, including Lotus Corp Bhd that has invested RM3.5mil here to tap the lucrative service and tourism industry.

Chief executive officer Datuk R. Doraisingam Pillai said the company was playing its role to boost tourism here in line with the WHS status by providing better choices for avid locals and foreign moviegoers through its Lotus Five Star (LFS) cineplex.

“The opening of the cineplex here is also part of our company’s plan to expand our business as well as to provide patrons with the latest movies in the industry,” he told reporters after the opening of the RM3.5mil four-screen cineplex in Mahkota Parade yesterday.
Doraisingam (left) and LFS director Garuna Murthee at the launching of the LFS cineplex in Mahkota Parade.

The number of tourists to Malacca is expected to hit 7.4 million this year, generating some RM4bil in revenue.

Meanwhile, Doraisingam said the company was likely to add four normal screens and a 3D screen here by end of next year, depending on response.

Besides Malacca, LFS will soon be operating in Kampar, Ipoh, the Klang Valley, Kulim and Mentakab with the Kulim Cineplex scheduled for opening on Nov 27. Located on the second floor of Mahkota Parade, the cineplex can accommodate 645 patrons.

The cineplex is its seventh in the country. – By Chen Pelf Yeen

waw..mentakab gonna have cinema soon
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Old November 22nd, 2009, 11:59 AM   #730
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Kuantan :: Perkhidmatan bas bandar berpindah

KUANTAN - Perkhidmatan Bas Bandar di Jalan Besar akan berpindah ke Jalan Stadium bermula 30 November ini berikutan projek pembangunan dilaksanakan di lokasi berkenaan tidak lama lagi.

:Ketua Bahagian Perhubungan dan Khidmat Masyarakat Majlis Perbandaran Kuantan (MPK), Haslinda Hassan berkata, MPK sedang menjalankan kerja menaik taraf kemudahan sedia ada di perhentian itu untuk keselesaan pengguna.

Menurutnya, antara kerja menaik taraf ialah penambahan tempat duduk, membaiki dan mengecat semula pondok bas, menyediakan laluan orang kelainan upaya (OKU) dan menyediakan penghadang jalan.

“Berikutan pemindahan ini, terdapat beberapa perubahan lalu lintas iaitu Jalan Stadium akan dijadikan jalan sehala dan kenderaan dari Jalan Bukit Ubi tidak dibenarkan membelok ke Jalan Stadium.

“Sementara itu, kenderaan kecil dan awam dari Jalan Stadium 1 atau Lorong Pasar Baru 3 (hadapan Alomoda) tidak dibenarkan masuk ke kawasan perhentian, sebaliknya diminta membelok ke kiri melalui Lorong Pasar Baru 2 untuk keluar,” katanya.

Haslinda berkata, Jalan Pasar Baru 3 di hadapan Alomoda juga akan dijadikan jalan sehala dan kenderaan dari Jalan Stadium 1 tidak dibenarkan memasuki lorong itu.

“Kenderaan hanya dibenarkan masuk dari Lorong Pasar Baru 2, manakala Jalan Pasar Baru 1 pula dibenarkan membelok ke kiri sekiranya mahu menghala ke Jalan Bukit Ubi.

“Bagi mengelakkan kesesakan dan kekeliruan, pengguna dan lorong ini diminta peka dengan tanda jalan dipaparkan di kawasan terlibat.

“Saya berharap, orang ramai beri kerjasama bagi mengelak perkara tidak diingini berlaku,” katanya.

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Putra Square
TOWER 1 : ORIENTAL COAST HOTEL
TOWER 2 : MSC KUANTAN TOWER (office block)
CENTRE : SULTAN AHMAD SHAH INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE (SASICC)





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No problem. But you can see that they are concentrating on the hotel and the convention centre while the office block is lagging behind.
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Bukit Gambang Water Park offers a wholesome family outing
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KUANTAN: The Bukit Gambang Water Park is recommended during this school holidays for a day of fun and excitement for the whole family.

The RM40mil water park – a component of Bukit Gambang Resort City – officially opened its doorS to the public in July this year.
Child's fantasy: The aqua play structure at the water park.

Its sales manager Louis Ong said that all 578 accommodation units in the resort’s Caribbean Bay Suites were available complete with a club house, gymnasium, jacuzzi, infinity pool, steam room and MICE (meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition) facilities.

Ong said the accommodation comprised 140 studio suites, 18 deluxe suites and 420 family suites in seven blocks.

“The units were sold to locals and foreigners including Singaporeans and leased to us.

“Investors are assured of rental returns for five years free of furniture, fittings and maintenance charges.

“Due to the overwhelming response, another 400 units are being built and will be completed over the next two years,” he told Star Metro in an interview.

Ong said the water park was slowly but surely gaining popularity particularly among those residing in the east coast states, Johor and the Klang Valley.
Family fun: Guests enjoying a horse-carriage ride.

He said the number of visitors was rising and the highest number registered so far was on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri in September with over 5,000 visitors.

“Based on this trend, we are confident of hitting the 500,000-visitor target in the first year,” he said, adding that, during the mid-year Matta Fair, they chalked up sales of RM90,000.

Other activities in high demand were the ATV (all terrain vehicle) fun ride, jungle trekking, pony rides, paintball warzone and target shooting.

Ong said that visitors could use the tram and horse-carriage rides to and from the Caribbean Bay Suites for a minimal fee. There are other fun activities for children such as sand art, air brush tattoo and DIY handicraft.

To keep guests occupied in the evening, magic shows and movie screenings were held free of charge at the multipurpose hall, he added.

Meanwhile, general manager Edmond Quah said the resort was planned to be the first and largest water theme park in the east coast.
Cool sensation: The journey of ice around a tunnel at the Penguin Island.

He said the water park was one of the main components of the resort estimated to cost RM1bil in total investments and expected to be completed over eight years.

“This forest resort over 202ha will be rolled out in stages and is poised to make Pahang, particularly Kuantan, a prime family holiday destination.

“The first phase comprising the Caribbean Bay Suites, water park and active academy team-building centre cost about RM140mil.

“Under the second and third phases, we will introduce the adventure park, forest park, east-coast bazaar, global heritage and heritage square.

“In the later stages, the public can look forward to themed accommodation namely Andaman Bay, Arabian Bay, Mediterranean Beach and Hawaiian Beach,” he said.

Quah said that each parcel of the project would have its own identity and the distinctive logo of a bird exclusive to its architectural and thematic concept.

For example, he said the Caribbean Bay Suites featured the toucan bird which was native to the tropics while the water park would adopt the fun-loving and happy-go-lucky penguin.

The water park has four main components – Coco Beach, Penguin Island, Tree-top Hill Slides and Garden Terrace.

The main attraction of Coco Beach is a wave pool with a 1km man-made tropical beach.

The first-of-its-kind aqua play structure, glacier river family ride and journey of ice around a tunnel are the highlights at Penguin Island, in addition to the family river raft, galaxy, canopy and crystal slides.

Companies can use the Garden Terrace to hold telematches or private functions.

“In short, not all water parks are created equal. We strive to be the best in the east coast and Malaysia and hope to live up to our tagline Leisure At Its Best,” Quah said.

Presently, the park is offering a promotional rate of RM19.90 for adults and RM12.90 for children.

Its operation hours are 10am to 6pm daily throughout the school holidays.

For more information or reservations, contact its sales office at 09-548 8000 or visit its website at www.bgrc.com.my.
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