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Awareness: Environment clean and animal welfareI would like to convey the importance of environmental hygiene and animal welfare including street animals and pets. Environmental cleanliness should be given priority whether in residential parks, business areas, parking, and factory. An environment that is not clean, dirty and full of rubbish can cause the reproduction of germs, viruses and mosquito to multiply rapidly. As a wise human beings, we do not have to calculate to pick up trash if seen. A positive attitude will do voluntarily. Caring for a pet requires good care and supervision at all times. This is to keep your pet in good condition and healthy. pet utensils should be provided such as food containers, beverages, resting places, feces containers, toys, cage, vaccine and medicine. The welfare of street animals including dogs and cats is important. Every living thing is a creation of God and deserves to be given a chance to live. Despite the limitations of each individual, at least these animals should not be left hungry. We can give excess food to these animals. Waste is also not good, so we can give this excess food to hungry animals rather than through into rubbish bin. Volunteer to spay or neuter street animals to control reproduction. Remember: Killing wild animals is not a good solution. Each street animals that is spayed or neuter is given a mark such as a small cut on the ear or SPCA collar. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicadiarytiktok.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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My adorable cat and kittens slept so peacefulI do believed that watched cat slept can be hypnosis and fall to sleep too. Test it yourself. Watch the video with music till finish, and experience the positive aura deep inside you. I always heard that cats and kittens always active during night time. But myself so lucky cause my pets always follow my time sleeping. They had a habit to wake up early between 4.30-5.30 morning. Method: 1. Make sure the food is enough even night time. 2. Prepare fresh water for them to drink if their thirsty. 3. Let them active during day time or before sleep. 4. Make sure their sleeping place is clean as possible. Bed and blanket must be wash every 2-3 days.Always change to clean and wash every 2-3 days. (Dip inside water with Clorox to kill flea/virus/bacteria) 5. Most of cats will fall sleep when listen a nice soft songs. 6. Train them to sleep during night time with light off. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicadiarytiktok.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Smart kitten is poop in bathroomLearn to use toilet or bathroom is easy on kittens. It is difficult task to train a kittens or cats to use toilet or bathroom. As we know that cat is a type of hygiene. They will sensitive with other smell. If you are lucky, they are willing to share the litter box. If not, they may doing they thing everywhere. There is pro and contra on using litter box and toilet/bathroom. Based on my experience, who had 17 cats inside house. It is impossible to prepare a litter box for each cats. Pro of litter box: 1. House far from urine or shit odor smell. Contra use of litter box: 1. Litter box require to clean all the times. 2. Cost increase to purchase litter wood or sand. 3. Spreading of virus through litter box. Pro of bathroom/toilet: 1. After cats done their thing, you only have to wash it with water and soap or water only. 2. Save cost 3. Less expose of virus 4. More hygiene Contra of bathroom/toilet: 1. Frequent clean the toilet 2. Cats still prefer litter box. 3. Patience in training cats My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicadiarytiktok.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Traditional dance : Karen Long Neck (Chiang Mai, Thailand)During my travelling to Chiang Mai, Thailand (Northern Thailand), our company next activities is to visit the village of legendary and famous tribe. This legendary tribe is called Karen Long Neck. The Karen are a tribal group who have historically lived in the hills in Myanmar (formerly Burma) side of the Thai border. Best recognized for their elongated necks, the Karen women wear heavy brass rings around their necks, forearms, and shins. While the Karen men are mainly field workers and farmers, the women have a rich history of crafting from wood carving to weaving. Overall the Long Neck Tribes live a rugged, tedious, and simple lifestyle, but the fruits of their labor are colorful and very lively. There are still around 40,000 Karen members today, but thousands have had to flee Burma over the decades due to political unrest. Fleeing to Thailand was a very safe choice for many, but the ones that came are largely illegal immigrants and do not have options for gaining Thai citizenship. While things are much better for the Karen that have fled from Burma, the lack of opportunity for the Long Necks has confined the groups to small pockets separate from most of modern Thailand. On one hand, it is beautiful they have been able to keep their traditions alive and on the other, it is a struggle to balance the new world with the old. A visit to a Karen tribal village as a tourist was an experience straight out of National Geographic Magazine. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicadiarytiktok.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Stray Cat Behavior : Nai Nai is a loving and caring cat.Profile cat Name: Nai Nai Status: 1st cat Age: Estimate 4-5 years (Sorry i do not know the real age of world cat) Character: Shy, Scared of stranger and Care of other sibling Location found: Flat house on the ground (hiding under car) a kitten with bad health condition This is my 1st cat profile before other. She been care by my mother that time since i was working. She need to be food feeding that time. Luckily she not very choosy and eat rice with chicken meat. Please subscribe, like and share. Don't forget to press notification bell if you want to know about her activities in the future. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicadiarytiktok.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Malaysia's National DayHari Merdeka (Malaysian for "Independence Day"), also known as Hari Kebangsaan ("National Day"), is the official independence day of Malaysia. It commemorates the Malayan Declaration of Independence of 31 August 1957, and is defined in Article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia. The day is marked by official and unofficial ceremonies and observances. The effort for independence was spearheaded by Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, who led a delegation of ministers and political leaders of Malaya in negotiations with the British in London for Merdeka, or independence along with the first president of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) Tun Dato Sri Tan Cheng Lock and fifth President of Malaysian Indian Congress Tun V. T. Sambanthan. Once it became clear that the Communist threat posed during the Malayan Emergency was petering out, agreement was reached on 8 February 1956, for Malaya to gain independence from the British Empire. However, logistical and administrative reasons led to the official proclamation of independence in the next year, on 31 August 1957, at Stadium Merdeka (Independence Stadium), in Kuala Lumpur, which was purposely built for the celebrations of national independence day. The announcement of the day was set months earlier by the Tunku in a meeting of the Alliance in Melaka. Independence Day (31 August 1957) On the night of 30 August 1957, more than 20,000 people gathered at Merdeka Square (Padang Merdeka) in Kuala Lumpur to witness the handover of power from the British. Prime Minister-designate Tunku Abdul Rahman arrived at 11:58 p.m. and joined members of the Alliance Party's youth divisions in observing two minutes of darkness.[6] On the stroke of midnight, the lights were switched back on, and the Union Flag in the square was lowered as the royal anthem "God Save The Queen" played. The new Flag of Malaya was raised as the national anthem Negaraku was played. This was followed by seven chants of "Merdeka" by the crowd. Tunku Abdul Rahman later gave a speech hailing the ceremony as the "greatest moment in the life of the Malayan people".[6] Before giving the address to the crowd, he was given a necklace by representatives of the Alliance Party youth in honour of this great occasion in history, with a map of Malaya inscribed on it. The event ended at one in the morning. On the morning of 31 August 1957, the festivities moved to the newly completed Merdeka Stadium. More than 20,000 people witnessed the ceremony, which began at 9:30 am. Those in attendance included rulers of the Malay states, foreign dignitaries, members of the federal cabinet, and citizens. The Queen's representative, the Duke of Gloucester presented Tunku Abdul Rahman with the instrument of independence. Tunku then proceeded to read the Proclamation of Independence, which culminated in the chanting of "Merdeka!" seven times with the crowd joining in. The ceremony continued with the raising of the National Flag of Malaya accompanied by the national anthem being played by a military band and a 21-gun salute, followed by an azan call and a thanksgiving prayer in honour of this great occasion. The day followed with the solemn installation of the first Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Abdul Rahman of Negeri Sembilan, at Jalan Ampang, and the first installation banquet in his honour in the evening followed by a beating retreat performance and a fireworks display. Sports events and other events marked the birth of the new nation. Attendees The foreign guests of honour included: Members of royal families The King and Queen of Thailand The Crown Prince and Princess of Japan The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (representing The Queen) Prince William of Gloucester Heads of government The Prime Minister South Africa, Johannes Gerhardus Strijdom The Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy The Prime Minister of Vietnam, Phạm Văn Đồng The Prime Minister of Ceylon, Solomon Bandaranaike The Prime Minister of Burma, U Nu The Prime Minister of Cambodia, Sim Var The United States Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles (representing US President Dwight D. Eisenhower) Representatives from other British colonies The Governor of Hong Kong, Sir Alexander Grantham The Chief Minister of Singapore, Lim Yew Hock Members of the former British colonial administration Sir Gerald Templer (former British High Commissioner in Malaya) and Lady Templer Lady Gurney (wife of former British High Commissioner in Malaya Sir Henry Gurney) Lady Gent (wife of former British High Commissioner in Malaya Sir Edward Gent) High Commissioners of other Commonwealth countries High Commissioner of Canada to Malaya, Arthur Redpath Menzies High Commissioner of Australia to Malaya, Tom Critchley High Commissioner of New Zealand to Malaya, Foss Shanahan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hari_Merdeka Music by: Copyright © 2020 Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE)
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Learn about Borneo Malaysia culture, clothes and traditional dance.Borneo has 21.3 million inhabitants (in 2014), a population density of 29 inhabitants per square kilometre (75 inhabitants per square mile). Most of the population lives in coastal cities, although the hinterland has small towns and villages along the rivers. The population consists mainly of Dayak ethnic groups, Malay, Banjar, Orang Ulu, Chinese and Kadazan-Dusun. The Chinese, who make up 29% of the population of Sarawak and 17% of total population in West Kalimantan, Indonesia[130] are descendants of immigrants primarily from southeastern China.[131] 300 ethnic groups By one count there are 300 ethnic groups in Borneo. Indigenous groups like the Dayaks, Penan, Iban speak their own languages, many of which are grouped in the Kayanic family which in the Western Malayo-Polynesian (Austronesian) language group. Sabah More than 30 indigenous groups make Sabah a medley of traditions and cultures. The state's largest ethnic group, known as the Kadazan–Dusun, makes up 17.8% of the population. Mainly Roman Catholic, the Kadazan and the Dusun share a common language and have similar customs, though the former originally lived mainly in the state's western coastal areas and river deltas, while the latter inhabited the interior highlands. The Murut (3.2% of the population) traditionally lived in the southwestern hills bordering Kalimantan and Brunei, growing hill-rice and hunting with spears and blowpipes. Soldiers for Brunei's sultans, they were the last group in Sabah to abandon headhunting. Sarawak Dayak culture and lifestyles are probably easiest to observe and experience in Sarawak, where Dayaks make up about 40% of the population. About 30% of Sarawakians are Iban, descended from groups that migrated from West Kalimantan's Sungai Kapuas starting five to eight centuries ago. Previously known as Sea Dayaks for their exploits as pirates, the Iban are traditionally rice growers and longhouse dwellers. A reluctance to renounce headhunting enhanced their ferocious reputation. The Bidayuh (7% of the population), once known as Land Dayaks, live mainly in the hills south and southwest of Kuching, near the Kalimantan border. Their ancestors are thought to have migrated from the Sungkong area of what is now West Kalimantan many centuries ago. As with many Dayak groups, identities and traditions are very local, and adjacent villages sometimes speak dialects so distinct that people find it easier to communicate in English or Malay. Few Bidayuh still live in longhouses. Upland groups such as the Kelabit, Kayan and Kenyah – that is, almost everyone except the Bidayuh, the Iban and the coastal-dwelling Melanau – are often grouped together under the term Orang Ulu (upriver people). The Kenyah and Kayan are known for their elaborately decorated longhouses and the kalong motif, with its sinuous, intertwined creepers and vines. Kalimantan In Indonesian Borneo the terms Dayak and Dayakism imply pan-Dayak political and ethnic solidarity. In Central Kalimantan the largest indigenous group is the Ngaju Dayak, who live along major rivers and do more fishing than hunting. The Ot Danum Dayaks, who live further upriver, grow fruit, collect natural rubber and make dugout canoes that they sell to downriver tribes. Along East Kalimantan's Sungai Mahakam the Kutai are the main indigenous group in the lower reaches, hosting the annual Erau Festival at their capital Tenggarong. The Kayan and the closely related Kenyah are found in the Apo Kayan Highlands, as well as in Sarawak and Brunei. They are known for building the most elaborately decorated longhouses and for having a strict social hierarchy. The unique Punan cave dwellers live between the headwaters of the Mahakam and Kapuas rivers, spanning East and West Kalimantan. Today most have given up troglodytic living. West Kalimantan is home to a large population of Bidayuh, most of whom are Catholic (in Sarawak quite a few of the Bidayuh are Anglican). Many identify strongly with the locality they're from – for instance Bidayuh from Terebung refer to themselves as 'Dayak Terebung'. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Night View and Night Market of Ipoh City, PerakIpoh is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Perak. Located by the Kinta River, it is nearly 180 km (110 mi) north of Kuala Lumpur and 123 km (76 mi) southeast of George Town in neighbouring Penang. Ipoh is a city in northwestern Malaysia, known as a gateway to the Cameron Highlands hill station. In recent years, Ipoh's popularity as a tourist destination has been significantly boosted by efforts to conserve its British colonial-era architecture. The city is also well known for its cuisine and natural attractions, such as its limestone hills and caves within which Buddhist temples were built. Attraction places: 1. I In the former Hakka Miners’ Club, Han Chin Pet Soo is a museum about the tin-mining industry and Hakka community. 2. Sam Poh Tong is a Buddhist temple in a limestone cave. 3. To the south, Kellie’s Castle is an unfinished mansion built by a Scottish planter. 4. Southeast, the vast Gua Tempurung cave has dramatic rock formations. etc My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Tour to Kellie's Castle a historical building at Perak.Kellie's Castle is a castle located in Batu Gajah, Kinta District, Perak, Malaysia. The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie-Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his son. Kellie's Castle is now a popular local tourist attraction, with some believing it to be haunted. It was used as a setting in the 1999 film Anna and the King and 2000 film Skyline Cruisers. In 2015, Kellie's Castle was the site of the first ever 24-hour comic challenge in a castle. A collaboration between Port Ipoh and the Malaysian Comic Activist Society (PEKOMIK) and Malaysian Animation Society (ANIMAS), the event took place on 21–22 March 2015 and was claimed as the "scariest" 24 hour comics challenge. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Pesta Menuai dan Pesta Gawai (Harvest and Gawai Festival)Introduction: Sabah The largest ethnic group of bumiputeras in the Sabah population is Kadazan Dusun, Bajau and Murut. Kadazan Dusun The second largest ethnic group in Sabah, Kadazan Dusun, constitutes about 30% of the state's population. Actually it consists of two factions namely Kadazan and Dusun, but are grouped together for having the same language and culture. However, Kadazan usually lives in lowland valley, suitable for planting paddy, while Dusun usually lives in hilly and mountainous areas in the interior of Sabah. Bajau The second largest ethnic group in Sabah, Bajau, constitutes about 15% of the population of the state. Historically, they are nomadic sailors who worship the Omboh Dilaut or the Gods Sea, they are sometimes called the Sea Gypsies. Part of the abandonment of their sailors became farmers and cattle breeders. This landy Bajau is called the 'Cowboy from the East' for its impressive riding skills, which is publicly displayed at the annual Grand Holidays celebrations in Kota Belud. Murut The third largest ethnic group in Sabah, Murut, constitutes about 3% of the state's population. Originally inhabiting the northern interior of Borneo, they are the most enduring ethnic group in Sabah in stopping the practice of head-to-head. They are now involved in rice fields and sweet potatoes, as well as adding their food sources by chopping and fishing. Like most bumiputera tribes in Sabah, their traditional outfit is decorated with beautiful beads. Sarawak Collectively, the main ethnic groups in Sarawak are known as Dayak, Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu. Dayak, which means upstream or inland, is a comprehensive term used by coastal Muslim populations to more than 200 tribal groups. Typically, they live in longhouses, traditional community homes that can accommodate 20 to 100 families. Iban Iban is the largest ethnic group in Sarawak, the Iban people make up 30% of the population of the state. Sometimes they misunderstood being referred to as Dayak Laut because of their ability to use boats, while they are actually tribal upstream tribes from central Kalimantan. In the past, they were a warrior-friendly warrior and famous for head-to-head and pallor. Traditionally, they worship the god of the three rulers under the power of the Birds, the god of war for war. Although at present, most of them have been Christian, they are still practicing most of their traditional cultures. Bidayuh Love to a peaceful and enjoyable life, Bidayuh people in Sarawak are famous for their fine service and their rice wine or wine. they build their houses in the mountains of Sarawak, they are mostly made up of farmers and hunters. At the time of the head hunting in their old age, the skull as their bounty gift was stored in a round house 'baruk', standing about 1.5 meters above ground. They were originally animistic, now most of them have embraced Christianity. Orang Ulu Also known as the upstream tribal tribes of Sarawak. They make up about 5.5% of Sarawakians, there are more than 100,000 different Orang Ulu tribes. It is arguable that they are the most artistic people in Borneo, their large longhouse filled with exquisite decorations with beautiful mural and wood carvings; Their tools are beautifully decorated with complicated beadwork; and noble women cover their bodies with very detailed and fine tattooing paintings. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Tour to Colmar Tropicale at Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia. Tour to Malaysia.Colmar Tropicale is a French-themed village and hotel located in Berjaya Hills Resort, Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia. It is located 2,600 feet (790 m) above sea level on 80 acres (320,000 m2) of natural forestland. The development is inspired by the original town of Colmar in Alsace, France, with elements taken from ancient surrounding villages like Riquewihr, Turckheim and Kaysersberg as well. Colmar Tropicale has many activities to do in the village, and it has a unique style. The little French buildings and houses are actually clusters of hotel rooms. Outside, there is the village, and a buffet, other authentic French restaurants, a swimming pool, shops and other activities. There is free shuttle service to the Animal House, Adventure Park, Horse Riding Zone, Japanese Garden and the Botanical Garden. Attractive Place could be found in Bukit Tinggi: 10. Colmar Tropicale 9. La Lavande Massage & Spa 8. Adventure Park 7. Japanese Village 6. Botanical Garden 5. Tatami Spa 4. Horse Trails 3. Rabbit Park 2. Berjaya Hills Golf & Country Club 1. Organic Farm My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Hiking at Bukit Gasing Forest Reserve for beginner hiker.Bukit Gasing Forest Park, one of hugely popular among hiking enthusiasts. Hiking is a fun, healthy activity that you can do with your family and friends. There are no fees for hiking here, but as always, the rules of nature apply – “take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but footprints”. In other words, don’t pollute the area. Good hiking trail for beginner and training session to regular hiker. You burn out about 1000kcal if you manage to explore all trekking route. A slight challenge when you are going up to the top after the hanging bridge. Go slowly if you feel your heart beat getting faster. Overall it is a nice trekking trail for family. If you plan to go there, go early or about 10 am as parking is quite limited especially weekend Nature lovers might find interesting species of flora and fauna here too. If you enjoy nature photography, this is also a good place to head to. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Tour to Penang Island, MalaysiaPenang is a state in northwest Malaysia comprising mainland Seberang Perai and Penang Island. On the island, the state capital of George Town is home to landmarks such as colonial Fort Cornwallis, the ornate Chinese clan house Khoo Kongsi and the Kapitan Keling Mosque, all testaments to centuries of foreign influence. To the west, a funicular ascends Penang Hill, with its trails, flower gardens and panoramic views. George Town is the colorful, multicultural capital of the Malaysian island of Penang. Once an important Straits of Malacca trading hub, the city is known for its British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and mosques. Beyond the old town, George Town is a modern city with skyscrapers and shopping malls. Verdant Penang Hill, with hiking and a funicular railway, overlooks it all. Let’s explore the best things to do in Penang: 1. Tour the Tropical Spice Garden 2. Learn some history at Fort Cornwallis 3. Visit Kek Lok Si Temple 4. Sunbathe on Batu Ferringhi Beach 5. Have afternoon tea at Suffolk House 6. Visit Khoo Kongsi 7. Go for a trishaw ride 8. Visit the Penang Peranakan Museum 9. Scare yourself at the Snake Temple 10. Have lunch at Pelita Nasi Kandar 11. Explore Little India 12. Have a cup of tea at Huang Chen Tao Tea Art 13. Tour Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque 14. Take the ferry to Butterworth 15. Go shopping at Batu Ferringhi Night Market 16. Have dinner at Northam Beach Cafe 17. Take a tram ride to Penang Hill 18. Check out the nightlife at Upper Penang Road 19. Explore Penang National Park 20. Eat your way around Chulia Street Night Market 21. Enjoy the water sports at Batu Ferringhi 22. Tour the Penang State Museum and Art Gallery 23. Have dinner at China House 24. Check out the butterflies at the Butterfly Farm 25. Wander around the Yahong Art Gallery 26. Penang Hill 27. Kek Lok Si Temple 28. Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion 29. Escape Adventureland 30. Adventure Zone Theme Park 31. Made In Penang Interactive Museum 32. Penang War Museum 33. Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Holiday travel to Crab Island, Klang in MalaysiaThe island is home to two predominantly Chinese fishing villages founded circa 1880. The main village on the southern side of the island is also known as Pulau Ketam. The other village on the northeastern side is called Sungai Lima ("Fifth River", simplified Chinese: 五条港; traditional Chinese: 五條港; pinyin: Wǔtiáogǎng), its location being at the fifth inlet from the main village. The locals are mainly Teochew and Hokkien Chinese, with Teochew, Hokkien and Mandarin Chinese the main dialects spoken. There is also a small recently relocated Orang Asli community at the second inlet. The rest of the island consists of mangrove swamps. As the island is submerged during high tide, housing on the island consists of "floating houses" perched on wooden stilts 1 to 10 metres (3 to 33 ft) above sea level. The main thoroughfares are narrow concreted pavements, whilst in the residential areas, the older rickety wooden plank bridges can still be seen. There are no cars on the island; bicycles, some of which are motorised, are the main means of transportation within the villages. There are no pavements linking the villages, the only means of transportation between villages is by boat. Daily ferry services link the island to Port Klang jetty on the mainland. The main economic activity on the island is fishing. The island is also a tourist spot. Please subscribe to see new video and thumb up :) My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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An unique Island of Fishing Village at Pulau Ketam Klang, Malaysia.Pulau Ketam itself is low-lying, muddy and fringed with mangroves forest which is an ideal habitat for the crabs and other marine crustaceans which inhabit these waters. Off the coast of Port Klang in Selangor lies a fishing village called Pulau Ketam, or Crab Island. The island was first settled by a group of fishermen from Hainan in southern China in the 1870s. Today it is home to a community of about 8000, majority Chinese, who have built mostly wooden homes on stilts over the soft tidal mudflats. Services such as schools, a clinic, police station and electricity have been added over the years. Please see the video if want to know the reason. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Night walking to the city digital light at I City, Klang MalaysiaFree your mind by looking toward to positive place. This is the place is great at night time. It really colorful and enjoyable. i-City is a 72 acre ICT-based urban development beside the Federal Highway in Section 7, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Planned by architect Jon A. Jerde, i-City was designed as a fully integrated intelligent city, comprising corporate, leisure and residential components such as a 1 million sq. ft. regional shopping mall, office towers, Cybercentre office suites, hotels, apartments, data centers, and an innovation center.[5] i-City is an MSC Malaysia Cybercentre where knowledge-based companies with MSC Malaysia status can exploit the various incentives offered under the MSC Malaysia Bills of Guarantee. It has also been endorsed as a tourism destination by the Ministry of Tourism and declared an International Park by the Selangor State Government. Such venues allow for entertainment and other cosmopolitan lifestyle outlets to operate on a 24-7 basis. City of Digital Lights 1. Snowalk SnoWalk is a 50,000 sq ft Arctic environment attraction with 100 tons of ice sculptures that were shaped by a team of 30 ice sculptors from Harbin, China. With temperatures below 5 degrees Celsius and 100mm of snow on the ground, SnoWalk will be a family leisure attraction. 2. Waterworld WaterWorld at i-City features water rides and games ranging from tame to wild in their propensity to provide thrills for family. The main attraction consists of vortex water ride from a steep 160 ft launch tower and water slides. 3. Red Carpet 2 Red Carpet 2 is Malaysia’s first home-grown interactive wax museum. Measuring up to 30,000 square foot, Red Carpet 2 allows visitors to have fun with their favorite Superheroes like the Avengers, Royals, Head of States, Sci-fi, Tech Giants like Jack Ma and Mark Zuckerberg, Corporate Movers, MTV, Outer Space, Magical World, K-pop (Hallyu), Canto pop, Oscars, A-List artistes and more. 4. Events i-City has hosted various large-scale events and programmes, such as Malaysia’s Independence Day Celebration on 31 August and the Mid-Autumn Festival. During the 2010 World Cup, i-City also showed the matches live from Johannesburg on its 6.5m x 8.5m video wall, the largest video screen in Southeast Asia. It has also hosted MTV World Stage Live in Malaysia, in July 2011. 5. Miscellaneous "True Discovery" is a reptile exhibition located behind Old Town White Coffee Shop. It houses a reptile collection as well as exotic animals like snakes and tarantulas. Among its attractions is a two headed terrapin. Please subscribe and like. Thanks My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Natural and unique waterfall in Malaysia. Chiling waterfall. Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary.Chiling Waterfall is one of the most spectacular and impressive waterfalls in Selangor. It will take about an hour by walking and wade across the Chiling River five times so you need to have a sense of adventure and not mind getting wet. There had three level of waterfall, but prefer go to save level for safety purpose. This place is clean, the people in charge do not allowed visitors to leave their garbage before they leave the place, in order to avoid pests like ant, rats and monkeys to mess up the garbage. This place is natural beautiful. The hike is moderate with seven river crossing. Be prepared to get wet. Chiling Waterfall is located in a reserve called the Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary, a fisheries research project run by the Selangor State Fisheries Department. The entrance is on the road from Kuala Kubu Baharu to The Gap/Fraser's Hill. Shortly after passing the Selangor Dam and reservoir you will cross a small steel bridge over the Chiling River. There is a parking area just after the bridge and the entrance is on the right side of the road. Location: 44000 Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor Elevation: 553 m Height: 80 m Opening Hours and Admission Fee Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. Closed from Monday to Thursday. Open from 8am to 6pm. Admission RM1 per person. Fishing is prohibited. Recommended Footwear To enjoy this hike you need to have suitable footwear. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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Chiling waterfall In Malaysia. The sungai chiling fish sanctuary. Hiking, camping and adventure.Holiday travel to Waterfall Chilling In Malaysia Chiling Waterfall is one of the most spectacular and impressive waterfalls in Selangor. It will take about an hour by walking and wade across the Chiling River five times so you need to have a sense of adventure and not mind getting wet. There had three level of waterfall, but prefer go to save level for safety purpose. This place is clean, the people in charge do not allowed visitors to leave their garbage before they leave the place, in order to avoid pests like ant, rats and monkeys to mess up the garbage. This place is natural beautiful. The hike is moderate with seven river crossing. Be prepared to get wet. Chiling Waterfall is located in a reserve called the Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary, a fisheries research project run by the Selangor State Fisheries Department. The entrance is on the road from Kuala Kubu Baharu to The Gap/Fraser's Hill. Shortly after passing the Selangor Dam and reservoir you will cross a small steel bridge over the Chiling River. There is a parking area just after the bridge and the entrance is on the right side of the road. Location: 44000 Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor Elevation: 553 m Height: 80 m Opening Hours and Admission Fee Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. Closed from Monday to Thursday. Open from 8am to 6pm. Admission RM1 per person. Fishing is prohibited. Recommended Footwear To enjoy this hike you need to have suitable footwear. My social link: https://jstravellers.blogspot.com/ https://jessicafoodreview.blogspot.com/ https://jessicapetlife.blogspot.com/ https://jessicaoverseatravel.blogspot.com/ https://traveldeliciousfood.blogspot.com/ https://jessicalifevirus.blogspot.com/ https://jessicagamesplayreview.blogspot.com/ Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/jessica.maurice.7165 Instagram Link : https://www.instagram.com/kurzho/ Pinterest Link : https://www.pinterest.com/hpwrite/ Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/kurzho1978 Reddit Link : https://www.reddit.com/user/HP2Write Mix Link : https://mix.com/jessicamaurice Tumblr : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kurzho78 Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicamaurice1978/ Tiktok : https://www.tiktok.com/@user240853721 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Kof8jsO8Ia2c5zn7ftmAQ
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