KUANTAN (Bernama): The Pahang state government has never received any formal application or negotiated with any party to build a theme park in Cameron Highlands, said Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (pic).
He said the claims to build the theme park were untrue and urged all parties to refer to the state government for the truth behind the issue.
"It is not true... don't believe it, so far there has been no official application and we have never discussed the matter in the Exco meeting," he told a press conference after visiting the vaccination centre (PPV) for adolescents at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bukit Rangin here on Tusaday (Sept 21).
He was commenting on claims that a RM100mil theme park spanning over a 24-hectare site woRead More »
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Kampung Sungai Padi in the Telang sub-district in Lipis, Pahang and Kampung Air in Beluran, Sabah will come under the enhanced movement control order (MCO) from this Sunday (Sept 19) until Oct 2.
National Security Council (NSC) director-general Datuk Rodzi Md Saad said the decision was made after the Health Ministry’s presentation on risk assessment as well as Covid-19 infection trends.
"The standard operating procedures (SOP) for the enhanced MCO is like previously announced," he said in a statement posted on Facebook Friday (Sept 17).
Meanwhile, he said the enhanced MCO in Taman Samudera, Seri Manjung in Manjung, Perak, which was supposed to end tomorrow, has been extended until Oct 2.
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KUANTAN: Teenagers in Pahang will begin to receive their Covid-19 vaccines beginning next Monday (Sept 20).
Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (pic) announced that the first dose would be administered to some 173,000 teenagers aged 12 to 17.
"The priority is for teenagers 16 to 17 years old, as well as those aged 12 to 15 who have health issues.
"Also a priority are adolescents with disabilities from rehabilitation and protection institutions, as well as vulnerable adolescents including the homeless," he said on Friday (Sept 17).
Apart from students from secondary schools managed by the Pahang Education Department, students from state religious secondary schools managed by the Pahang Islamic Religious DepaRead More »
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The enhanced movement control order (MCO) in four areas in Pahang, which include Orang Asli villages, that were supposed to end on Friday (Sept 17) has been extended until Oct 1, says the National Security Council (NSC).
Its director-general Datuk Rodzi Md Saad said the Orang Asli villages in Temerloh that are affected are Kampung Kuala Terbol, Kampung Pian and Kampung Lubok Wong, while the other locality is the Penor Prison in Kuantan.
Rodzi also announced that the enhanced MCO in several areas in Sabah, Kelantan and Pahang would end tomorrow as scheduled.
In Sabah, the areas involved are Taman Keramat and the Angkasa Apartment in Kota Kinabalu, while the affected areas in Kelantan are the two Orang Asli Pos Blau villages inRead More »
The famous Rainbow Fall (Air Terjun Pelangi) can be reached from Sg Lembing. In earlier days this small town was famous because of its tin mines. Now it is nice, sleepy place. There is a museum and there are plans to reopen the mines as a tourist attraction. Transport to …Read More »
Thursday, 27 October 2016 PETALING JAYA: BHS Industries Bhd has clarified it will be developing the 26-acre Green Technology Park (GTP) land in Pekan, Pahang in five phases. The phase 1 has taken off, adding that the company will be building a pulp and paper mill with an annual …Read More »
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s largest highland resort is located on the Titiwangsa Range around 1,500 metres above sea level. There are many relaxing activities which you can do here; you can walk through lovely little villages, visit the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or have meals at …Read More »
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If you and your best friend are both animal lovers or particularly enjoy the company of elephants, Kuala Gandah allows you the opportunity to come up close and personal with these gentle giants. Kuala Gandah is essentially an elephant sanctuary where injured or orphaned elephants are rescued to bring new …Read More »
Approximately 240km away from KL (that’s a 3 hour drive), you and your buddy can find yourself wandering through Taman Negara, Malaysia’s national park for an escape into our lush forests and enjoying activities that aren’t shopping or cafe hopping. You both can choose from a number of adventurous activities …Read More »