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PostSubject: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Thu Jun 05, 2008 6:01 am

hey ualls....the state government should limit the tourist who would like to visit tunku abdul rahman park becoz.....
if there's no action to do that...the tunku abdul rahman park will destroy soon.....such as perhentian island in terengganu.........most of the coral reaf in perhentian island kecil already destroyed especially in teluk keke..and there's no more attraction...
in manukan island..they should control the number of water sport activities.....
and control the number of boat and tourist that want to go to the tunku abdulrahman park
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:46 am

I think they are doing that for Sipadan Island now .. :pig:
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Mon Aug 11, 2008 11:40 am

ya..i know that..but dont u think we suppose to protect the tunku abdul rahman park as well......because it is one of main attraction in kk.......well if this place destroyed no more attraction in kk city...except city tour...huhu....
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:40 pm

I don't think the tourist are the people destroying the corals there Evarna...don't you think the illegal bombers are the culprits to be blamed for?

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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:17 am

yea...the illegal bombers ....but dont u think the boat that bring a tourists to an island also one of the causes that the corals destroy...
not only that....have u been to manukan island....i went there 3 weeks ago..and the place not that nice anymore.....the water is cloudly...not clear crystal water.. ......if u notice that la...
i explore the manukan island from 8 am-4pm.......
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:56 am

THE CORAL REEF DESTROY BECAUSE OF :

Fuel leakage, spills and boat anchors degrade, break and destroy reef colonies.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in sabah)

Live corals, collected by individuals or bought as souvenirs, reduces reefs and causes habitat loss of reef dwelling species.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in east sabah)

Over fishing has disrupted the ecosystem balance causing an increase in crown of thorns starfish which eat and destroy corals. (Happen in sabah)

Fishermen bomb and destroy whole areas of reef with dynamite as a quick method to catch fish (Happen in sabah)

Wastes not disposed of properly such as plastic bags, bottles and discarded fishing nets make their way out onto the reef where animals may eat them or become trapped and entangled. (Happen in sabah)

Land run off including pesticides and fertilizers pollute the waters around reefs and damage coral and fish populations. (Happen in Kota Kinabalu sabah)
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:27 am

Lady_Evarna wrote:
THE CORAL REEF DESTROY BECAUSE OF :

Fuel leakage, spills and boat anchors degrade, break and destroy reef colonies.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in sabah)

Live corals, collected by individuals or bought as souvenirs, reduces reefs and causes habitat loss of reef dwelling species.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in east sabah)

Over fishing has disrupted the ecosystem balance causing an increase in crown of thorns starfish which eat and destroy corals. (Happen in sabah)

Fishermen bomb and destroy whole areas of reef with dynamite as a quick method to catch fish (Happen in sabah)

Wastes not disposed of properly such as plastic bags, bottles and discarded fishing nets make their way out onto the reef where animals may eat them or become trapped and entangled. (Happen in sabah)

Land run off including pesticides and fertilizers pollute the waters around reefs and damage coral and fish populations. (Happen in Kota Kinabalu sabah)

Oh my, I agree with you regarding this Evarna. Don't know what the authority concerned doing. I think DBKK should do something about this cleaning business.

( Off topic: Is that your real picture Evarna? )

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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Sun Aug 17, 2008 7:24 pm

out of topic( so what do u think...if that is my pic?)-for Borneo
hehe..

yea ......the dbkk should do something sbout this.......
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:33 pm

Lady_Evarna wrote:
THE CORAL REEF DESTROY BECAUSE OF :

Fuel leakage, spills and boat anchors degrade, break and destroy reef colonies.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in sabah)

Live corals, collected by individuals or bought as souvenirs, reduces reefs and causes habitat loss of reef dwelling species.
(Happen in tunku abdul rahman park & other island in east sabah)

Over fishing has disrupted the ecosystem balance causing an increase in crown of thorns starfish which eat and destroy corals. (Happen in sabah)

Fishermen bomb and destroy whole areas of reef with dynamite as a quick method to catch fish (Happen in sabah)

Wastes not disposed of properly such as plastic bags, bottles and discarded fishing nets make their way out onto the reef where animals may eat them or become trapped and entangled. (Happen in sabah)

Land run off including pesticides and fertilizers pollute the waters around reefs and damage coral and fish populations. (Happen in Kota Kinabalu sabah)

couldn't agree you more.. Lady_Evarna..this is what will happen if people forgot about the sweetness of cleanliness..I'd been to KK recently and to make things more 'lovely'...me and my beloved wife went to the waterfront..its sure is looks beautiful at night but sadly...that lovely beautiful night was spoilt by the bad smell comes from the seaside of the waterfront...I think those who are responsible...should do something about the smell... Smile Smile Smile
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PostSubject: Re: limited tourist to visit tunku abdul rahman park   Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:44 am

well.....sa pun nda taw who should responsible for that......tp yg pasti sabahan lah suppose to be responsible for it....bcoz they dunnow how to appriciate..........the beauty of sabah...one more the state government also have to think how to solve this problem.........
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