MWA (Unofficial) Mount Bunga Buah

Genting Highland view from Rock Garden

Days/Date: 21 February, Sunday
Location: Genting Highland, Gombak Area, Selangor
Cost: RM10 per person

Gears & Equipments
1. Headlamp / torchlight
2. Raincoat/Raincover
3. Suitable shoes for hiking
4. Side ration/snacks
5. Water bottles (there are no water source on the peak, i suggest bring 3 1.5 litres water bottle)
6. Thick clothes / sweater (peak temperature is around 5-15 Celsius)
7. Hiking bag/large backpack (participants is expected to carry some of the camping equipment and ration)

Program manager: Qamarul Hafiz
Contact: 012-3714732

21st February 2010 (sunday)

3.30 am: Gather at Sunway Pyramid, dividing ration and equipment load and briefing
4.00 am: Depart to Goh Tong Jaya Hotel Sri Malaysia, Genting Highland
6.00 am: Arrive at the Goh Tong Jaya
7.00 am: Start hiking to 'archway'.
8.00 am: Arrive at 'archway', rest and evening prayer for muslim
8.30 am: Continue hiking to rock garden
11.00 am: Arrive at rock garden, rest and enjoy the view
12.00 pm: Start descend down to archway
1.30 pm: Arrive at 'archway', rest for a while
1.35 pm: Continue to descend
3.00 pm: Arrive at Hotel Sri Malaysia Goh Tong Jaya
4.00 pm: Drive back to Sunway
6.00 pm: Arrive at Sunway

Please inform me if your are interested

Qamarul (bob)

Energizer Night Race 2010

Imagine how much fun you could have running at night, with a headlight on your head too! Be part of Malaysia's first-ever night race using headlights and have a great night out. Register now. For further informations, please log on to

27th March 2010
Venue: Kelab Komuniti Taman Tasik Cyberjaya
Distance categories: 10 km/ 21 km/42 km/ 4 x 10 km

The Cove

The Cove is a 2009 documentary film of the purported annual killing of about 2,300 dolphins in a National Park at Taiji, Wakayama, in Japan. The film highlights that this is about three times the number of whales killed in the Antarctic, and claims that 23,000 dolphins and porpoises are killed in Japan every year. The migrating dolphins are herded into a hidden cove where they are netted and killed by means of spears and knives over the side of small fishing boats.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan's most recent progress report 1,569 cetaceans in Taiji were killed during the 2007 season, including methods other than drive hunting. Only 1,239 cetaceans were killed by drive hunting. A total of 13,080 cetaceans were killed throughout Japan in 2007.

The film was directed by former National Geographic photographer Louie Psihoyos, and portions were filmed secretly during 2007 using underwater microphones and high-definition cameras disguised as rocks.The documentary won the U.S. Audience Award at the 25th annual Sundance Film Festival in January 2009. It was selected out of the 879 submissions in the category.

I strongly recommend you guys to watch this documentary film. You will discover the true human nature of destroying the endangered species of dolphins and whales. Give your support and help to save the dolphins!