Bintulu and other coastal towns in the country are once again set to be whipped by wild winds as the weather begun to turn earlier this month. Here is a footage by Mohd Aizul what it looks life for those working offshore in stormy weather.
There are many hobbies, amateur videographer in Bintulu that wanna share their work on social media these days.
Here is one by Micheal Guo of Bintulu town
night bintulu (watch in HD please)
Posted by Michael Guo on Wednesday, January 6, 2016
To all adventurous people out you might want to attempt retracing route taken by one adventurous Aki Anis‘s to Kapit last year.
It’s a shame really. Kapit – is the only town in Sarawak that has yet to have road linked to all the major towns and cities in the State despite 52-years of Merdeka!
The road was sealed half way (from Sangan Junction to Sangan) and the rest was a slippery typical logging road. No GPS guidance here just pix of the scenery along the road taken by Aki Anis of his route.
[ Credit: all pix courtesy of Aki Anis]
Photos of Chinese tourists unabashedly cleaning their feet, shoe in a fountain in Sanya, Hainan drawing ire of netizen, reported China website Tencent.
And their image also so bad that hotels from Thailand to France will not accept Chinese tourists and the Beijing government is planning to introduce a law to regulate travellers’ behaviour.
Bintulu has not seen influx of Chinese tourists yet, but having them as next door neighbor can be tough.
This GIF animation are buzzing on WeChat – particularly in China.
Malaysia’s very own First Lady Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor clearly stand out among the leaders spouse in this pix.
The promenade is part of the development plan to turn Kemena river shoreline into premier business district in Bintulu.
According to the developers shops, offices, shopping and retail complexes, hotels, apartments, bungalows and semi-detached homes have been planned along the promenade.
No doubt it’s a beautiful place that are uniquely Bintulu and has potential to rival that of Kuching waterfront – if BDA could properly managed it.
Must watch. Known only as uncle Saw, this taxi driver kept onlookers spellbound when he spoke in perfect rhymes chastising Barisan Nasional for failing the people and rooting for Pakatan Rakyat to make it to Putrajaya.
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This bizarre creature was hauled in by a Singaporean fishermen while angling off the Singaporean island of Pulau Ubin.
“I know that area has a lot of seaweed, so I thought that was what I had hooked up,” 53-year-old Ramlan Saim told Singapore’s newspaper The Straits Times.
“But then when I put it on the boat it started to move like an alien.”
Discovery News identified the creepy creature as ‘basket star’. Not an alien creature or new species.
Fancy these rustic, gorgeous looking log beds. You can have one handmade.
It even easier here in Bintulu as we’ve got plenty of logs to salvage along the Kidurong ridge – you know those left over branches unwanted by the loggers.
Here is do-it-yourself video that show you exactly how to do it yourself – assuming you have all the necessary tools needed handy.
A log bed like this can last a lifetime.