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Old April 17th, 2008, 08:55 AM   #1
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The Cat City - KUCHING V 3.0

Lets start new thread for Cat city guys, Kuching V 3.0..so start posting here guys....
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Old April 18th, 2008, 02:58 AM   #2
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Old April 18th, 2008, 03:24 AM   #3
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Low-cost carrier terminal crucial to development of Kuching as AirAsia’s regional hub: CEO

KUCHING: AirAsia Berhad is in talks with the state government to build a local low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) here which imposes lower airport tax and utilises simpler facilities.

Its group chief executive officer Datuk Tony Fernandes said this was crucial in developing Kuching as its regional hub especially with the introduction of it new international flights.


He also told reporters yesterday that this matter had been brought to the attention of Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud and he was hopeful of an encouraging response from the state government.

“The airport tax on the Kuching main terminal is too high, RM51 or RM52. At the Kuala Lumpur low cost carrier terminal, it is only RM25. For (a low-cost carrier) like us, the key is to have low fares. We also need simpler facilities because we’re different from a full service airline,” he said after the official launch of AirAsia’s Jakarta-Kuching route at a leading hotel here yesterday.

He said the low-cost terminal was also crucial as AirAsia estimated that in the next three years, it would handle five million passengers just out of its regional hub here.

At present, the local hub serves seven domestic routes to Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Miri, Bintulu, Sibu and two international flights to Macau and Jakarta.

Another three new flights, Kuching-Bali, Kuching-Bandar Seri Begawan and Kuching-Singapore will kick off in May and June.

Fernandes also announced the deployment of brand new Airbus aircraft for flights out of here would be accelerated and brought forward from its original date in November to May, which is next month.

Saying that the passenger load to Kuching had been “very good”, he said Airbus aircraft had 22 more seats than the Boeing 737s currently used.

“With Airbus, we attract even more people,” he said.

He also said AirAsia was serious in helping the state government improve air connectivity to Sarawak not only for the tourism sector but to facilitate trade between the state and other countries.

The close relationship the company had with the state government was also mentioned earlier by Fernandes in his speech during the function, after he revealed that he had received a thank-you letter for bringing in direct international flights.

“Sarawak was the first state to have written a thank-you letter to us,” he remarked.

At the start of the press conference, there was a light moment between Fernandes and Taib who sat together with the members of the media facing the panel of interviewees including Fernandes himself.

The Chief Minister who sat there from the start till the end of the press conference, was heard saying that he too, like the members of the media, would love to listen to statements from Fernandes and the others.

The local media was joined by their counterparts from Indonesia and even Taiwan during the press conference.

On another matter, Fernandes, when asked by a Taiwanese reporter, said AirAsia could be introducing the Kuching-Taipei flight before the end of the year.

He said the fact that Taiwanese nationals ranked top in the second home programme in Sarawak had not gone unnoticed by AirAsia.

It was learned that more than 30 of the 107 second home programme participants are from Taiwan.

“Sometimes we miss out the obvious. But very soon there will be another dot on the map for the flight from Kuching to Taipei, hopefully before the end of the year,” he said.

He also talked about the potential of medical tourism in Sarawak, which he felt had not been exploited due to the lack of air links.

“For the BIMP-Eaga (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines - East Asia Growth Area) I think Sarawak can be the capital of medical tourism. Thus we are also looking at direct link to Manila from Kuching,” he said.

He also said AirAsia’s airfares would not be increased despite the global oil prices experiencing an upward trend.

He pointed out that the fares would be kept low, but AirAsia would find ways to generate money such as through baggage handling fees and selling innovative in-flight meals.

“We are looking forward to becoming the first airline to sell ‘roti canai’ in-flight, and maybe also include ‘nasi padang’ (an Indonesian dish),” he said.

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Old April 18th, 2008, 03:57 PM   #4
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S’wak berpotensi tarik pelabur industri berat
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Apabila empangan Bakun siap 2011 untuk sediakan tenaga kos rendah, industri berat dapat dibangunkan

KUCHING: Sarawak berpotensi menarik lebih ramai pelabur asing untuk memajukan industri berat apabila empangan Bakun siap sepenuhnya pada tahun 2011.

Bekas Menteri Tenaga, Air dan Komunikasi, Datuk Seri Lim Kheng Yaik berkata dengan adanya kuasa tenaga kos rendah yang dapat menangani inflasi Sarawak dapat menarik industri-industri berat menggunakan tenaga tinggi seperti industri berasaskan besi, aluminium dan panel kuasa solar.

“Semua industri ini memerlukan tenaga tinggi dengan kos rendah dan dengan siapnya Empangan Bakun nanti, negeri dapat membangunkan industri berat kerana ia mampu mengeluarkan 4,000 hingga 5,000 megawatt,” katanya kepada pemberita dekat sini, semalam.

Lim juga memberitahu Sarawak mampu membekalkan tenaga elektrik ke Semenanjung Malaysia dan negara-negara ASEAN yang lain kerana negeri ini mempunyai komiditi air yang begitu banyak serta berpotensi untuk dimajukan supaya Sarawak boleh menjadi mengeksport tenaga berkenaan.

“Bukan hanya Empangan Bakun yang dapat membekalkan tenaga ke Semenanjung Malaysia tetapi terdapat sungai lain seperti Murun, Baleh dan Pelepah boleh dimajukan dengan tujuan sama bagi bekalan tenaga pada masa hadapan,” katanya kepada pemberita di Kuching, semalam.

Bagaimanapun, menurut Lim perancangan lebih terperinci perlu dibuat kerana beliau sudah berhubung dengan pelabur-pelabur asing dalam industri aluminium dan besi yang berpotensi semasa beliau masih menjawat jawatan menteri di Kementerian Tenaga, Air dan Komunikasi.

“Perkara ini telahpun dibincangkan sebelum saya bersara sebagai Menteri Tenaga, Air dan Komunikasi namun demikian saya perlu berbincang dengan Ketua Menteri Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud terlebih dahulu tentang perkara ini sebelum mempelawa mereka (pelabur asing) datang ke Sarawak,” ujarnya.

“Saya dapat melihat potensi di Sarawak kerana ia dipimpin oleh seorang Ketua Menteri yang sangat progresif dan memahami perkara ini. Perbincangan perlu diadakan dengan kementerian dan sama menawarkan diri sebagai perunding bagi pihak Sarawak,” tambahnya.

Selain itu, Lim berkata Sara-wak mempunyai masa depan cerah sebagai hab teknologi ko-munikasi dan maklumat kepada BIMP-EAGA yang menghubungkan Filipina dan Kalimantan di Indonesia dengan adanya Lapangan Terbang An-tarabangsa Kuching (LTAK) sekali gus menjadikannya tulang belakang gentian kepada semua negara terbabit.
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Old April 18th, 2008, 04:17 PM   #5
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MASwings Mulakan Khidmat Di Laluan Kuching-Tanjung Manis




KUALA LUMPUR, 5 April (Bernama) -- MASwings, anak syarikat milik penuh Malaysia Airlines, hari ini memulakan operasi tiga kali seminggu antara Kuching dan Tanjung Manis.

"Kami gembira memulakan perkhidmatan baru ini selari dengan status bandar raya Kuching sebagai pusat perindustrian yang paling pesat membangun di Sarawak, dengan potensi untuk terus berkembang," kata Pengarah Urusan MASwings Dr Amin Khan dalam satu kenyataan di sini. MASwings berharap perkhidmatan itu akan membuka lebih banyak ruang baru dalam pembangunan ekonomi di kawasan itu dan menggalakkan perjalanan udara antara Tanjung Manis dan Kuching.

Penerbangan sulung itu dilancarkan oleh Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sarawak Tan Sri Dr George Chan di lapangan terbang Tanjung Manis. Perkhidmatan itu yang menggunakan pesawat Twin Otter 19 tempat duduk, menghubungkan Tanjung Manis dengan Kuching pada setiap Selasa, Khamis dan Sabtu.

Penerbangan M3713 berlepas dari Kuching pada 4.55 petang dan tiba di Tanjung Manis pada 5.30 petang manakala penerbangan balik MH3712 berlepas pada pukul 5.45 petang dan tiba di Kuching pada 6.20 petang. -- BERNAMA
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Old April 18th, 2008, 04:21 PM   #6
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Kuching bakal memiliki terminal bas yang canggih




KUCHING: Bandar raya Kuching bakal memiliki terminal bas yang canggih dikenali sebagai Kuching Sentral.

Projek Permodalan Assar Sdn Bhd yang terletak di Batu 6 setengah Jalan Penrissen itu, menelan belanja sebanyak RM60 juta.

Model projek berkenaan disaksikan Ketua Menteri Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud selepas mengumumkan dividen Amanah Saham Sarawak (Assar) di sini, semalam.

Menurut jurucakap Inner City Development Sdn Bhd, syarikat pelaksana, kerja-kerja pembersihan tapak bermula Disember tahun lepas dan dijangka siap dalam tempoh 24 bulan.

Kuching Sentral mampu menampung kehadiran 12,000 penumpang dalam sehari.

Dibina di atas tanah seluas tujuh ekar dengan bangunan tiga tingat, Kuching Sentral merupakan terminal bas yang berkedudukan strategik. De-kat dengan Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuching, Kota Sentosa dan 20 minit perjalanan ke pusat bandar raya.

Bukan sahaja menempatkan bas luar kawasan, tetapi bas yang beroperasi dalam bandar raya ini akan diletakkan di situ. Malah, ia akan menawarkan perkhidmatan teksi dan kereta sewa.

Dibina dengan 11 ruang kereta sewa, 42 bas luar kawasan dan 67 bas bandar raya, ia dikatakan mampu menampung jumlah penumpang kenderaan awam yang semakin bertambah. Ia juga dilengkapi dengan restoran dan kafe, tempat menyimpan bagasi, tandas, mesin teller automatik (ATM), wi-fi dan surau.

Kuching Sentral akan diserikan lagi dengan pasar raya seluas 25,000 kaki persegi, kedai cenderamata dan pusat penjagaan kesihatan.
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Malaysia's Airasia Plans to Boost Kuching-MacAu Flight Frequency
KUCHING (Malaysia), Feb 25 Asia Pulse - Budget carrier AirAsia (KLSE:5099) plans to increase the frequency of its Kuching-Macau international direct flight route with the positive response received since the launch on Nov 15 last year, its East Malaysia and Brunei regional manager Shanmugamnathan Suppiah said Friday.

He said the airline was also considering the possibility of using its Airbus fleet to cater the growing number of passengers on the route.

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"Hopefully, this can be implemented soon," he told reporters after a meeting here with officials of the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB), the state government tourism marketing and promotion arm.

Without disclosing the average passenger load for Kuching-Macau route since the launch, Shanmugamnathan said AirAsia was currently flying from Kuching to Macau three times a week using the Boeing 737 aircraft.

"We are planning to use Airbus because among the feedback we received was that the three-hour flight was uncomfortable for certain people due to space constraints," he said.

STB chief executive officer Gracie Veronica Geikie, who chaired the meeting, said capitalising on the availability of the Kuching-Macau direct flight, a six-day roadshow to woo more tourists from Macau, Hong Kong and Shengzhen, China, to Kuching would start from Feb 26.

"The roadshow comprises key players from Sarawak's tourism industry, including hoteliers and tour operators," she said.

Geikie said the roadshow was targeted at tourists from the three cities due to the proximity of Hong Kong and Shengzhen to Macau.

"During the roadshow we hope more tour packages can be formulated between Sarawak's tour operators and their counterparts from the three cities," she said.

On the target for tourist arrivals from the three cities, Geikie said the roadshow's main objective to establish networking among the tour operators and and no target was set yet.
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Old April 19th, 2008, 03:59 AM   #8
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Aiyo, yet another Sentral... Why can't they think of other names for integrated transport terminals in this country?

Unless the authorities are positioning the name "Sentral" as a brand for such projects?
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Old April 20th, 2008, 11:36 AM   #9
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Aiyo, yet another Sentral... Why can't they think of other names for integrated transport terminals in this country?

Unless the authorities are positioning the name "Sentral" as a brand for such projects?

what to do bro....
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Aiyo, yet another Sentral... Why can't they think of other names for integrated transport terminals in this country?

Unless the authorities are positioning the name "Sentral" as a brand for such projects?
The same thing goes to airports design, most of it in Malaysia are just like the KLIA. Just doesn't have any new ideas for new projects. They just copy and paste others lah.... sigh...
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well, they will save in consultant fees..haha
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Some nice aerials from Desmond
http://www.nadai.name/weblog/2008/03...pter-view.html



Tabuan Dayak Area




Jalan Song Area




Simpang Tiga Interchange.





Padungan - View of Novotel construction top left.




City Council (MBKS) HQ.




Padungan Road - Kuching Port at the Distance




Ban Hock Road




tHe Spring




Sultan Iskandar Building-At Simpang Tiga. Swinburne Uni Campus behind it.




City Centre




View of Old Kuching (see Merdeka Palace) to the right and Satok far in the background.




DUN construction in progress.
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Old April 21st, 2008, 08:31 AM   #13
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Kuching is a very beautiful and clean city indeed.
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Kuching is a very beautiful and clean city indeed.
Agreed...
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Old April 21st, 2008, 09:03 AM   #15
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well, they will save in consultant fees..haha

huhuhuhu..u right..
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quite an update..so i can say tat tis is the current look of kuching..nice effort guys
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Tan: Waterfront project for Batu Kawah approved
By Jacob Achoi


KUCHING: The old Batu Kawah bazaar and its immediate surrounding are set for more development with a waterfront project already in the pipeline.

Batu Kawah assemblyman Tan Joo Phoi announced yesterday that the RM8-million project was approved last June by the National Landscape Department.

He said the project was in the Batu Kawah development master plan.

“The waterfront will definitely change the look of Batu Kawah, and it will be as beautiful as

Kuching Waterfront,” he said when officiating at a general meeting of Batu Kawah Chung Hua Association in the bazaar’s community hall, yesterday.

Tan, who is also chairman of Padawan Municipal Council (PMC) added that he would fly to Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday to meet with Deputy Minister of Housing and Local Government Datuk Robert Lau, to lobby for fund.

He would also meet with the director of National Landscape Department pertaining to the project.

He said that although the implementation of the project would involve many organisations like Land and Survey Department, Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) and Public Works Department (JKR), he hoped that it could start within this year.

Pertaining to public security, Tan urged the people in Batu Kawah area to form a neighbourhood watch committee in view of the increasing number of crimes like house-breaking in the area.

He also advised the local people to work closely with the People’s Vigilante Corps (Rela) and the police to combat criminal activities.

In conjunction with the general meeting, the association presented education incentives to students who performed well in their public examinations.

A total of 71 students who excelled in their Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR), Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR), Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia received the incentives from Tan.
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Cops deploy helicopters in the face of accusations too little done against rising city crimes

KUCHING: Helicopters are now being deployed as the police seek to utilise all available resources to snare the gangs of armed robbers terrorising city residents.

Announcing this during a press conference yesterday, acting state police commissioner Datuk Abdul Rahman Hussin said the helicopters would be used to conduct aerial patrols day and night to complement the Mobile Patrol Vehicle (MPV) unit as well as officers patrolling the ground on foot.

“We have two helicopters conducting patrols day and night – weather permitting of course – that are equipped with high-powered spotlights for night patrols,” he said, adding that one was recently used to search for suspects in a nearby jungle after a failed robbery attempt at a house in Mile 12 Kuching-Serian road on Wednesday night.

In addition to officers from the contingent and district headquarters, Rahman said personnel from the Kuching and Miri General Operations Force (GOF) as well as the marine police had also been called up to help them conduct more patrols and man more roadblocks in the city.

He said that apart from the increase in the number of patrol teams and roadblocks, the police were also conducting ‘flushing’ raids in jungle hideouts and workers’ quarters at construction sites as some of the robbers might be seeking refuge there.

Calling once more for public cooperation to help bring an end to the spate of armed robberies, Rahman urged the public to call the 24-hour police hotline number (082-244444) if they spot suspicious persons or vehicles in their neighbourhood.

He said the response time of the police to a scene was largely dependent on how fast they received information from the public, thus highlighting the importance of cooperation between the public and the police.

“For those who wish to pass on confidential information to the police, they can directly call Kuching police chief ACP Wong Wai Loong at 019-6000237, deputy OCPD Supt William Poro at 013-8187040, Supt Pauzi Bujang at 013-8066028, or Kuching CID head DSP Kaderi Said at 013-8019252.”

When asked on the statistics of armed robbery incidents in the city, Rahman again insisted that the number of incidents in the first quarter of this year had declined compared to the corresponding period last year.

According to him, there were 25 such cases reported here from January to April this year compared to 33 cases over the same period in 2007, which translated to a reduction of about 24 per cent.

“It is just that people are now taking more notice because of several recent high-profile cases involving VIPs, as well as those living in large houses in so-called elite areas.”

He however assured the public that the police were not focusing their attention on VIP houses or on ‘elite’ areas only, but ‘normal’ housing areas as well.

Rahman said the majority of robbery cases occurred within the jurisdiction of the Gita, Sekama and Sungai Maong police stations, and that the police would be focusing on these areas because of an inherent lack of manpower in those stations to monitor such large areas.

Citing an example, the acting commissioner said the Gita police station had only 31 officers and one officer-in-charge with the rank of Chief Inspector.

As such, the police have ‘split’ the area into five smaller sectors to enable officers there to conduct patrols more easily with the aid of officers from the district headquarters.

On the issue of lack of manpower, Rahman revealed that the police-to-public ratio for Sarawak was 1:250.

However, the ratio for Kuching district was 1:400 due to the higher population.

Among those who attended the press conference at contingent headquarters in Jalan Badruddin yesterday were the head of Public Order and Traffic Supt Najmi Mustafa, commanding officer of the 11th GOF Battalion Supt Ee Khong Koi and other senior state police officers.


at least that help to improve current crime rates which i think is still low...
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Old April 23rd, 2008, 03:03 AM   #19
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Why a third thread? The V 2.0 wasn't full yet...

Anyway, the cat said meow, and he looked up and greeted the sun, enjoying the morning views.





The the cat walked around the old city, feeling claustrophobic.







Before looking up at the new towers of the burgeoning capital.



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Old April 23rd, 2008, 03:19 AM   #20
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Err..according to the rules here stated that if a thread had reached 500++ post...anyone can create a new thread...

Waoh...nice pics anyway. The DUN almost finish! Hey the temple area..where is that? Indian Street ka??
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