Monday, October 11, 2010

Present Simple

Present Simple means an action or things that is happening at the moment, which it is no present continuous.

For example; > sit, eat, listen, smile, and write.
        E.g.; > Ikram eat the big burger just now.

*Rule; We use the Present Simple for things which happen regularly or which are always true.

  •  with We, I, They, and You (base from verb, which is not change)
  •  with He, It, and She (add s, es)
  •  with  He, It, and She (some verbs ends in 'es'/'s')
  •  verbs ends with consonants ( + ) y, the ending is '-ies'.
  •  Positive(+) We, I, They, and You = run
  •  Negative(-) We, I, They, and You = do not/don't run
  •  Positive(+) He, It, and She = runs
  •  Negative(-) He, It, and She = does not/doesn't run


*Rule; We often use the '-ing' form after V's of liking and not liking.
   E.g.; > enjoys, hate and love.

Like (+) '-ing'

If the verb e, we drop the e before '-ing'.
E.g.;> dance = dancing
       > smile = smiling

If short V + C, we double the last letter before '-ing'.
E.g.;> swim = swimming
       > run = running

    Sunday, October 10, 2010

    The Jesselton Hotel

    The Premier Boutique Hotel.
    The Jesselton Hotel- a timeless piece of colonial beauty that is established in 1954.
    The Hotel is strategically located in the heart of Kota Kinabalu's business and commercial district and a mere 20 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.

    The Hotel provides exquisite personalized service, in the style of a colonial house with welcoming public areas, a cozy lounge, an elegant Italian restaurant, 32 well-appointed guestrooms  and authentic London cab - in hopes of extending a genuine welcome to her guests.

    The Premier Boutique Hotel in Sabah
    69, Gaya Street, 88000 Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
    Tel: (088)223333   Fax: (088)240401

    Twinsky Seafood Restaurant

    Twinsky Seafood Restaurant specialize in serving  fresh seafood is one of the longest in history since it started 25 years ago. The restaurant is famous by its pleasant environment and obviously of its massive quantity of various types of live seafood, such as lobsters, prawns, fishes, shell and even vegetables. 

    Lots of tourists from Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Malaysia, Japan, Europe etc who dined here gives high appraisal to their chef. By just looking at the dishes already stir up your eating desires and the tasted is just unique, no way else can cook alike.  

    When you come to Twinsky Seafood Restaurant, you must try their specialities like lobsters soup, big prawns, steam crabs etc.....

    So, come today to try their fresh live seafood and enjoy a joyful and unforgettable feast of fresh live seafood.

           > >SERVE NO PORK<<

    Kampung Nelayan - BBQ HOTPOT

    KAMPUNG NELAYAN - BBQ HOTPOT, located at Bukit Padang specializes in authentic BBQ and Hotpot dining. A variety of 80 fresh items are prepared for your selection. The self-serving dining style combines BBQ grilling and steamboat, creating a unique experience for guests to enjoy.

    The fully air-conditioned restaurant is equipped with state-of-the-art steam and smoke ventilating system to ensure an airy and comfortable environment for your dining pleasure. In addition, special BBQ pits are available.

    The restaurant opens from 6p.m. to 11p.m. daily including Public Holidays. It is your choice for an enjoyable evening.

    The Lankayan Island (Sandakan)

    Lankayan, a tiny jewel shaped island located on the northeastern coast of Sabah, is part of the Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area (SIMCA) and is surrounded blue-green waters and corals reefs. It is also one of Sabah's top diving spots.

    The availability of jungle interior and interesting diving attracts both divers and non-divers alike to Lankayan. 40 dive sites including the Lankayan Wreck, all only minutes away from the island, offer magnificent displays of marine life ranging from giant groupers to tiny ribbon eels. 

    Enormous whale sharks are regularly sighted between March and May, and the island is also a nesting site for green and hawksbill turtles. You can watch as the baby turtles are released back into the sea.

    And to getting there, the transfer to Lankayan is by speedboat departing from the Sandakan Yacth Club and takes about an hour and a half. 

    De Lanna Authentic Thai Reflexology (Warisan Square)

    "Lanna" means millions of Thai rice field, it was the ancient name of an old kingdom at the northern part Thailand, which is now known as Chiangmai. They are proudly named it "De Lanna" because offer only the genuine experience masseurs from Chiangmai, Thailand.

    They have highly trained with professional certificate therapists who are capable provide natural therapy to nurture ours body, mind and soul. We may experience various massage skills from hands of Thai traditional massage to Foot reflexology, Aroma therapy oil massage to Herbal body treatments.

    It is highly recommend "The Ancient Thai Traditional Massage", it has been practiced over 2,500 years ago. It isn't just a normal muscle manipulation, it is an interactive manipulation of body using passive stretching and gentle or hard pressure along an invisible grid system of our body energy lines. It helps to re-energizes, regain and refresh body and soul. Come and indulge yourself with an extreme pleasant feeling of well-being and rejuvenation.

    Only at "De Lanna", body and mind care heavenly.

    The Mataking Island

    Mataking Island is an island not far from Sipadan. Located on the north of Mabul, it is about 40 minutes boat rides away from mainland Semporna. Diving in Mataking is a combination of Marco and pelagics which is suitable for photographers, new and advanced divers. There are many interesting dive sites at the island with wide marine species.

    The Sipadan Water Village Resort

    Luxurious Holiday and diving resort.....

    In Borneo, Malaysia Sipadan Water Village Resort is built on stilts over the water layout of Mabul Island creating a water utopia. Splendid water cottage accommodations providing an exciting holidays for sun and island seeker, honeymooners, dive enthusiast especially underwater photographer.

    Come and experience a life time adventure in Sipadan Water Village Resort.   

    The Sipadan Island

    Sipadan, the internationally famous island lies five degrees north of the equator in the Sulawesi Sea (Celebes Sea). Lying 35km south of Semporna, it thickly forested and surround by sandy beaches. Sipadan is an oceanic island and was formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct undersea volcano, which rises 600m from the seabed.

    More than 3,000 species of fish and hundred of coral species have been classified in this richest of ecosystem. Sipadan is well known for its unusually large number of green and hawksbill turtles gathered there to mate and nest. Another unique feature to divers visiting Sipadan is the turtle tomb that contains many of skeletal remains of turtles.

    Saturday, October 9, 2010

    Ka'andaman Traditional Healing Garden

    The ideal setting within the scenic surroundings of the traditional homes to the ethnic groups in Sabah, Malaysia enhances Ka'andaman's charms as a traditional healing garden. Ka'andaman, which means "memory" or "remembrance", in the Kadazan language, aptly describes the place and the feeling of every guest will sense after a visit. Each experience will have you reminisce for more.

    Ka'andaman reawakens the mind and rekindles the soul, from its simplistic exterior to the Asian-inspired interior; from its friendly and helpful Spa Assistants to the trained and experience Spa Therapist; from its revitalizing aromatherapy to the signature spa treatment. Ka'andaman is a haven for the mind and spirit where one can soothe aches and pains away with a gentle massage, soak in a restful milk bath or re-energize with a ginger compress treatment that improves blood circulation.

    A visit to Ka'andaman relieves stress, ease tired muscle, revives the mind and strengthens the body. The unhurried experience of a luxurious afternoon here leaves one reminiscing the idyllic Borneo days.