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Pahang-Delights Babbler , Issue #001 -- search for the Bigfoot in Malaysia
February 21, 2006
|Pahang-Delights Babbler, Issue #001 – What’s new!
March 1, 2006
Adventures and Pleasures in the state of Pahang, Malaysia
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Issue #001 – March 1, 2006
Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Pahang-Delights Babbler.
I’ll try to shorten the babble where I can. But there’s too much delights,oh my...
Well, stories of BIGFOOT at the Endau-Rompin areas are the hot news in Pahang and also the country.
2 Committees that were set up by the Johore state government had completed their preliminary groundwork on the sightings mentioned by several persons. So the integrated search for the estimated 40 members of BIGFOOT family in the thick jungle is now ON!
BIGFOOT is known locally as "Hantu Jarang Gigi" ( Fangled Tooth Devil or Ghost) and sometimes known as "Orang Mawas" (Animal Man). The Johor Nature Society had proposed that these BIGFOOT community be called "Orang Lenggor", or "Lenggor Man", as the recent reported sightings were in the vicinity of the town of Lenggor in Johore.
Well, hopefully the decades of reports and sightings of these BIGFOOTs will end happily - we should let them live as they are and welcome them into the human community if they can understand us.
The important thing is that we should all live in harmony with them.
Live and let live, and we should never disturb their living habitat. THAT is as it should be.
Well, the new Web pages for the month of February 2006 are as follows: -
#1) National and State Parks in Pahang
This is the main page on the national and state parks in the state of Pahang, namely,Taman Negara (Malaysia’s Premier National park), Kenong Rimba National Park and Endau Rompin State Park.
(Well, BIGFOOT was reported to be residing in the Endau –Rompin state park, in the Johor side, although there is also the possibility that they could be found in the Pahang side of the Park ).
#2 Taman Negara
There are a few ways to reach this premier national park of Malaysia. Read all about them.
#3 Kenong-Rimba National Park
The waterfalls and caves are a delight to adventurers.
#4 Endau-Rompin State Park
This is where the home of the Bigfoots are. So don’t be surprised if you meet them. They are nice creatures of God. And in fact they are afraid of humans, because of the cruelties humans can do to them.
That’s all for now.
But..Wait please... the good news.. the rainy monsoon season in the east coast of West Malaysia (Pahang included) is coming to an end.
Bright sunshine will be the order for the next few months.
So, bring out your sunglasses and body lotions, and let’s enjoy the sun.
Terima kasih (thank you) and … Selamat Datang (welcome) to the delightful Malaysian state of Pahang Darul Makmur.
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