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15 June 2010

cuti-cuti malaysia

Tengah duduk termenung pagi2 ni, tiba-tiba teringat memori masa snorkeling di Sabah (i.e Pulau Sapi & Pulau Manukan) tak lama dulu.. Terasa best sangat bila dapat tgk keindahan alam semulajadi dalam laut.. tgk batu karang,ikan2 yang comel, air laut yang biru2 kehijauan etc.. memang tak dapat dinafikan, masa tengah snorkeling tuh, boleh khayal seketika kerana terlalu memuji indahnya ciptaan Allah. jiwa pun rasa tenang dan damai sangat.. harap sangat lepas ni akan berpeluang untuk menyelam a.k.a diving pula. Di Malaysia ni kan banyak pulau-pulau yang cantik utk buat aktiviti diving.

Menurut magazine.virtualmalaysia.com, terdapat 12 tempat menyelam paling menarik (12 great dive sites) di Malaysia iaitu:

1. Pulau Sipadan, Sabah

2. Pulau Mabul, Sabah                                                
3. Pulau Layang-layang, Sabah                                         
4. Pulau Tioman, Pahang (considered as one of the most beautiful islands in the world)
5. Pulau Redang, Terengganu
6. Miri, Sarawak
7. Pulau Tenggol, Terengganu
8. Labuan, Sabah
9. Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu 

10. Pulau Kapas, Terengganu
11. Pulau Aur, Johor
12. Pulau Payar Marine Park, Kedah 


                                                         *gambar dari sabah.gov.my*

so, jom cuti-cuti Malaysia !!! :)) (bilalah agaknya??..)

                  *rama-rama Pulau Tioman pun nak enterprem kat entri ni..hehehe*

tgk berita ni:

    Whale sharks sighted in Pulau Tenggol

    By R.S.N.MURALI

    KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu is excited over the sighting of a school of whale sharks close to the shore of Pulau Tenggol, off Dungun waters near here recently.
    The state now has big plans to promote the island as a whale-watching hub.

    Gigantic: A whale shark spotted in Pulau Tenggol in Terengganu.
     
    State Tourism, Culture, Heritage and Arts Committee chairman Datuk Zaabar Mohd Adib said the largest fish in the animal kingdom was first sighted by an Italian diver two weeks ago. “This was probably the first appearance of the distinctively-marked giant fish so near to land. “It was seen swimming close to the shore of Pulau Tenggol and people could see the shark from the beach,” he said.
    Zaabar said the Italian with 25 years of diving experience told state officials who met him to gather information that he was overwhelmed by the encounter. 
    “This was the first time that the Italian had seen whale sharks so close to our shores.” Zaabar added that he had sought the Italian’s help to provide more underwater pictures of the fish that was spotted close to Rajawali Reef, a rocky wall that stretched as deep as 32m under the sea. 
    He said the whale shark could grow up to 12.2m in length and weigh up to 13.6 tonnes. This shark species, believed to have originated about 60 million years ago, is found in tropical and warm oceans and can live for about 70 years. Zaabar stressed that they were gentle giants.
    He said that he would propose to the state government to develop Pulau Tenggol as a whale-watching hub. “The island is a beautiful diving paradise and has been dubbed the ‘Mini Sipadan’,” he added. Pulau Tenggol, approximately three-kilometre long and two-kilometre wide, is about a 45-minute boat ride from the Kuala Dungun jetty.
    Zaabar said that apart from the whale sharks, other species such as batfish, black-tip reef sharks, parrot fish, giant stingrays and leopard sharks were also found in waters surrounding the island. 

    my comment: 
    syoknya kalau dapat berenang sama2 ngan shark..weeeee..selalu tgk dalam National Geographic jerr...hehehe :))
     
    *sumber: thestar.com.my (28/8/2009)*




                
                                                                                                                                                   

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    15 June 2010

    cuti-cuti malaysia

    Tengah duduk termenung pagi2 ni, tiba-tiba teringat memori masa snorkeling di Sabah (i.e Pulau Sapi & Pulau Manukan) tak lama dulu.. Terasa best sangat bila dapat tgk keindahan alam semulajadi dalam laut.. tgk batu karang,ikan2 yang comel, air laut yang biru2 kehijauan etc.. memang tak dapat dinafikan, masa tengah snorkeling tuh, boleh khayal seketika kerana terlalu memuji indahnya ciptaan Allah. jiwa pun rasa tenang dan damai sangat.. harap sangat lepas ni akan berpeluang untuk menyelam a.k.a diving pula. Di Malaysia ni kan banyak pulau-pulau yang cantik utk buat aktiviti diving.

    Menurut magazine.virtualmalaysia.com, terdapat 12 tempat menyelam paling menarik (12 great dive sites) di Malaysia iaitu:

    1. Pulau Sipadan, Sabah

    2. Pulau Mabul, Sabah                                                
    3. Pulau Layang-layang, Sabah                                         
    4. Pulau Tioman, Pahang (considered as one of the most beautiful islands in the world)
    5. Pulau Redang, Terengganu
    6. Miri, Sarawak
    7. Pulau Tenggol, Terengganu
    8. Labuan, Sabah
    9. Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu 

    10. Pulau Kapas, Terengganu
    11. Pulau Aur, Johor
    12. Pulau Payar Marine Park, Kedah 


                                                             *gambar dari sabah.gov.my*

    so, jom cuti-cuti Malaysia !!! :)) (bilalah agaknya??..)

                      *rama-rama Pulau Tioman pun nak enterprem kat entri ni..hehehe*

    tgk berita ni:

      Whale sharks sighted in Pulau Tenggol

      By R.S.N.MURALI

      KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu is excited over the sighting of a school of whale sharks close to the shore of Pulau Tenggol, off Dungun waters near here recently.
      The state now has big plans to promote the island as a whale-watching hub.

      Gigantic: A whale shark spotted in Pulau Tenggol in Terengganu.
       
      State Tourism, Culture, Heritage and Arts Committee chairman Datuk Zaabar Mohd Adib said the largest fish in the animal kingdom was first sighted by an Italian diver two weeks ago. “This was probably the first appearance of the distinctively-marked giant fish so near to land. “It was seen swimming close to the shore of Pulau Tenggol and people could see the shark from the beach,” he said.
      Zaabar said the Italian with 25 years of diving experience told state officials who met him to gather information that he was overwhelmed by the encounter. 
      “This was the first time that the Italian had seen whale sharks so close to our shores.” Zaabar added that he had sought the Italian’s help to provide more underwater pictures of the fish that was spotted close to Rajawali Reef, a rocky wall that stretched as deep as 32m under the sea. 
      He said the whale shark could grow up to 12.2m in length and weigh up to 13.6 tonnes. This shark species, believed to have originated about 60 million years ago, is found in tropical and warm oceans and can live for about 70 years. Zaabar stressed that they were gentle giants.
      He said that he would propose to the state government to develop Pulau Tenggol as a whale-watching hub. “The island is a beautiful diving paradise and has been dubbed the ‘Mini Sipadan’,” he added. Pulau Tenggol, approximately three-kilometre long and two-kilometre wide, is about a 45-minute boat ride from the Kuala Dungun jetty.
      Zaabar said that apart from the whale sharks, other species such as batfish, black-tip reef sharks, parrot fish, giant stingrays and leopard sharks were also found in waters surrounding the island. 

      my comment: 
      syoknya kalau dapat berenang sama2 ngan shark..weeeee..selalu tgk dalam National Geographic jerr...hehehe :))
       
      *sumber: thestar.com.my (28/8/2009)*




                  
                                                                                                                                                     

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