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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Morib beach, Selangor

If the popular west coast beach recovery places are a point, which is pushed also for you, you could find to Morib, been because of the southern end of the Selangor of condition, more attractively.

Approximately 1 drive of the 1/2-hours von Kuala Lumpur, is it the perfect place for something calm, calm relaxation. Surrounded, by whispering casuarinas and affecting palms, you can comb the beaches of Morib during low tides and look for seashells or watch out small crabs to run away and disappear into the sand.

They can spread a mat even out and establish to a picknick lunch beside a shady casuarina woodland. Selangor Morib beach for history loving is Morib also to an abundance of the historical places of assembly head. The ruins of the old government building and the royal graves give to be landed with Jugra, including an abandoned palace by the 1800's. connected forces, also on this expansion of the beach in September 1945 and mark the end of the Japanese occupation of the army of Malaya.

Those, which would like to spend the night, can look for adjustment in close convenient hotel the Sri Morib. Selangor Morib beach Morib to received is accessible from Kuala Lumpur by the Land of the Federal Republic route or the north sound lowering motorway over sound there. From sound you continue to Banting before reaching Morib. In order to reach Morib with the bus, you should a Kuala Lumpur Banting bus of the sound bus station in Kuala Lumpur flat. From Banting you take another bus or taxi, which exercise the Morib way.

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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Sipadan Island

The name of Sipadan is simply legendary in diving circles, conjuring images of patrolling hammerhead sharks, millions of technicolored reef fish and, above all, dozens of sea turtles swimming peacefully everywhere. It was formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct volcanic cone that took thousands of years to develop. The rich and unique variety of corals both soft and hard. Reef fish of every shape and hue can be found in these waters. Colorful butterfly fishes, angel fishes, damsel fishes of electric blue and bright orange colors inhabit the coral reefs, thus adding to the splendor of the underwater havens. Between April and September, the Green and Hawksbill turtles will come ashore in droves to nest in the soft golden sands of Sipadan. When you dive during this time, you are bound to encounter these harmless denizens of the deep

Sipadan is the only oceanic island in Malaysia, rising 2,000 feet or 600m from the seabed. It is located in the Celebes Sea east of the major town of Tawau (45-minute boat ride from Semporna) and off the coast of East Malaysia on the Island of Borneo.

A beautiful white-sand beach fringes Sipadan but the real beauty of this island is in its waters. The season for diving is from mid-February to mid-December. Visibility ranges from 60 feet to over 200 feet. Several dive spots have even been identified and given exotic names after the variety of corals and marine life that are unique to these spots. There is the "Hanging Gardens", the "Barracuda Point", and the exciting "Turtle Cavern".

Professional diving companies operate on the island, complete with water, electricity, food, drinks, and comfortable accommodation for an unforgettable experience.

The island is known above all for some of the best scuba diving anywhere in the world. The rate for three dives at Sipadan is around RM260, plus RM40 for equipment (if required). Rates vary slightly among different operators. Boat transfers and packed lunch are included. Additionally, a permit from Sabah Parks is required to access the island, which costs RM40. Permits are limited to 120 per day and are typically obtained by the dive operators. You should verify that the diver operator you choose is diving at Sipadan with permits, as some companies have been caught diving the island recently without permits.

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

The Sunset Of Tanjung Aru

I have heard so much about Tanjung Aru, Sabah from travel brochures and also hotel leaflets. The Tanjung Aru Beach is one of the many-splendor beaches in Sabah. Tanjung Aru derives its name from the abundance of tall casuarinas or Aru trees that grace the shoreline of the beach. Tanjung Aru's beach is a long stretch of white sand lined with palm and casuarina trees. Only 6km and 15 minute’s drive from Kota Kinabalu town centre, or 10km from the airport.It is very popular among locals as a weekend getaway with families and friends, as well as enjoy the breezy atmosphere

Visitors may just relax under the shady trees; activities like water skiing or scuba diving can be arranged through the nearest resort, the Shangri-la Tanjung Aru. Food stalls nearby serve a wide variety of open-air seafood restaurantas well as the usual fried rice and noodles until midnight. A special attraction is the spectacular, enjoy the sunset between 6.00 and 6.15 p.m., Jog or stroll along the stretch of sandy beach in the evenings, and sea breeze, try out the pickled fruits and other local snacks sold at the roadside facing the beach bus stop and Walk about the Tanjung Aru Beach Park (formerly known as the Prince Philip Park) also good play ground for yours kids

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