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Template:Kota Kinabalu metropolitan area[edit]

Locator map Sabah[edit]

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Animism in Malaysia[edit]

- recognition by govt - public perception

Kadazan or Kadazan-Dusun related[edit]

A bobohizan or bobolian is a priestess and a shaman or bomoh in the Kadazandusun culture in Sabah, East Malaysia.

To expand[edit]

MAS domestic[edit]

 

Sabah alcohol[edit]

Add on to exisiting Tuak. In Sabah it is known as Lihing (rice wine), Tapai (cassava wine? or rice?), Montoku (bahasa melayu)= Talak (bahasa kdm) (rice alcohol). Others: Bahar, Samsu, Toddy.

Mona Fandey[edit]

Prisons in Malaysia[edit]

Law of Malaysia[edit]

  1. Constitution law
  2. Common law
  3. Federal law; state law?
  4. Syariah law
  5. specific laws: contract, tort, IP, company, criminal, etc
  6. Customary law: almost gone
  7. Written/unwritten (application of England law)
  8. Stare decisis
  9. Privy appeals?

others

Transsexual or same-sex marriage[edit]

Jessie Chung (born Jeffrey Chung) and Joshua Beh Soo Kiang (spouse).

Mohd Soffian Mohamad (born Mazinah Mohamad) and Zaiton Aziz (spouse).

Indonesianization[edit]

or Indonesianisation or Cultural assimilation in Indonesia.

Orang Asal[edit]

Orang Asli[edit]

Excluding those living in designated Orang Asli settlements which would amount to about 20,000 more people.[1]
Orang Asli population by groups and subgroups (2000)[1]
Semang Senoi Aboriginal Malay
Bateq (1,519) Che Wong (234) Jakun (21,484)
Jahai (1,244) Jahut (2,594) Orang Kanaq (73)
Kensiu (254) Mah Meri (3,503) Orang Kuala (3,221)
Kintak (150) Semai (34,248) Orang Seletar (1,037)
Lanoh (173) Semoq Beri (2,348) Semelai (5,026)
Mendriq (167) Temiar (17,706) Temuan (18,560)
3,507 60,633 49,401
Total: 113,541

Shahnon Ahmad[edit]

List of capitals in Malaysia[edit]

District capitals (different style)[edit]

States Districts District capital or office seat Other towns
Johor
Batu Pahat Batu Pahat
Johor Bahru Johor Bahru
Kluang Kluang
Kota Tinggi Kota Tinggi
Mersing Mersing
Muar Muar
Pontian Pontian Kechil
Segamat Segamat
Kedah
Baling Baling
Bandar Baharu Bandar Baharu
Kota Setar Alor Star
Kuala Muda Sungai Petani
Kubang Pasu Jitra
Kulim Kulim
Pulau Langkawi Kuah
Padang Terap
Pendang Pendang
Sik Sik
Yan Yan
Kelantan
Bachok
Gua Musang
Jeli
Kota Baharu
Kuala Krai
Machang
Pasir Mas
Pasir Puteh
Tanah Merah
Tumpat
Malacca
Alor Gajah
Melaka Tengah
Jasin
Negeri Sembilan
Jelebu Kuala Klawang
Jempol
Kuala Pilah Kuala Pilah
Port Dickson Port Dickson
Rembau Rembau
Seremban Seremban
Tampin Tampin Gemas
Pahang
Bera
Bentong
Cameron Highlands
Jerantut
Kuantan
Kuala Lipis
Maran
Pekan
Raub
Rompin
Temerloh
Penang
Penang Island Timur Laut George Town
Barat Daya Balik Pulau Bayan Lepas
Seberang Perai Seberang Perai Utara Kepala Batas Butterworth
Seberang Perai Tengah Bukit Mertajam
Seberang Perai Selatan Sungai Jawi
Perak
Batang Padang
Hilir Perak Teluk Intan
Hulu Perak Gerik
Kerian Parit Buntar
Kinta Batu Gajah Ipoh, Kampar
Kuala Kangsar Kuala Kangsar
Larut, Matang dan Selama Taiping
Manjung Seri Manjung Sitiawan
Perak Tengah Seri Iskandar
Perlis
Perlis Kangar
Sabah
Interior Division Beaufort Beaufort
Keningau Keningau
Kuala Penyu Kuala Penyu
Nabawan Nabawan
Sipitang Sipitang
Tambunan Tambunan
Tenom Tenom
Kudat Division Kota Marudu Kota Marudu
Kudat Kudat
Pitas Pitas
Sandakan Division Beluran Beluran
Kinabatangan Kota Kinabatangan
Sandakan Sandakan
Tongod Telupid
Tawau Division Kunak Kunak
Lahad Datu Lahad Datu
Semporna Semporna
Tawau Tawau
West Coast Division Kota Belud Kota Belud
Kota Kinabalu Kota Kinabalu Inanam
Papar Papar Kinarut
Penampang Donggongon Putatan
Ranau Ranau
Tuaran Tuaran
Sarawak
Betong Division Betong
Saratok
Bintulu Division Bintulu
Tatau
Kapit Division Belaga
Kapit
Song
Kuching Division Bau
Kuching
Lundu
Limbang Division Lawas
Limbang
Miri Division Marudi
Miri
Mukah Division Dalat
Daro
Matu
Mukah
Samarahan Division Asajaya
Samarahan
Serian
Simunjan
Sarikei Division Julau
Meradong
Sarikei
Sibu Division Kanowit
Sibu
Sri Aman Division Lubok Antu
Sri Aman
Selangor
Gombak Bandar Baru Selayang Rawang
Hulu Langat Bandar Baru Bangi Kajang, Ampang Jaya
Hulu Selangor Kuala Kubu Bharu
Klang Klang
Kuala Langat Teluk Datok
Kuala Selangor Kuala Selangor
Petaling Subang Jaya Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam
Sabak Bernam Sabak
Sepang Salak Tinggi Sepang
Terengganu
Besut
Dungun
Hulu Terengganu
Kemaman
Kuala Terengganu
Marang
Setiu



1994 Sabah state election[edit]

World's busiest air routes[edit]

2007[edit]

  1. Barcelona (Barcelona International AirportMadrid (Madrid Barajas International Airport)
  2. Sao Paulo (Congonhas-São Paulo International Airport)–Rio De Janeiro (Santos Dumont Airport)
  3. Jeju (Jeju International Airport)–Seoul (Gimpo International Airport)
  4. MelbourneSydney
  5. Cape TownJohannesburg
  6. MumbaiNew Delhi
  7. Sapporo (New Chitose Airport)–Tokyo (Haneda Airport)
  8. Jakarta (Soekarno-Hatta International Airport)–Surabaya (Juanda International Airport)
  9. Honolulu (Honolulu International Airport)–Kahului (Kahului Airport)
  10. Fukuoka (Fukuoka Airport)–Tokyo (Haneda Airport)

KL lead[edit]

[1]

Sky Kingdom timeline[edit]

Ariffin Mohamad, the leader and the purported founder of Sky Kingdom was born in 1943 in Beris, Kampung Besar Bachok, Kelantan. In 1953 Ariffin became seriously ill, and he alleges that an angel had visited him. 20 years later, the angel returned and Ariffin began his spiritual career. In 1975, a spiritual group was formed in Bagan Lebai Tahir, Butterworth, Penang. Whether Ariffin was the founder is unclear; during this phase he may have been a follower of Hassan Tuhan (also known as Anak Rimau), apparently another claimant to divinity.

Around the mid-1980s, the Sky Kingdom commune was formed on its present site in Besut. Some reports state that the office of Islamic Affairs declared the group to be deviant at this time. In 1995, Sky Kingdom's signature building projects began, as per divine revelation. Two years later, Local Religious Affairs council (Jawatankuasa Fatwa Majlis Agama Islam dan Adat Melayu Terengganu) issues a fatwa against the group. Around this time, four adherents were arrested for renouncing Islam. However, they were later freed on grounds that as ex-Muslims Malaysia's sharia court no longer enjoys jurisdiction over them.

In 2001, Ariffin renounced Islam. The Sharia court accused him of contravening Section 25 of the Enakmen Pentadbiran Hal Ehwal Agama Islam 1986 (Administration of Islamic Religious Affairs 1986), stating that his teachings and beliefs were false, deviant, corrupting and threatening to the public peace (membawa ancaman kepada ketenteraman orang awam serta merosakkan akidah.) He pleaded guilty to the charge of "belittling Islam" (menghina Islam), and is jailed for 11 months and fined RM 2,900. The Religious Affairs Office hoped that Ariffin's arrest would prevent the movement's growth; however, Sky Kingdom continued to attract new followers from among university students and Orang Asli. See interview by Danny Lim (link below).

On July 18, 2005, a group of masked vigilantes attack the group's headquarters, smashing windows and torching buildings. Three days later, 49 members arrested (including 3 of Ariffin's four wives). Ariffin escaped arrest (and remains at large). 45 of these face charge of failing to observe the government fatwa (i.e. for continuing to be members of a sect declared as deviant), which carries a fine up to RM 3,000 or two years in prison. One of those arrested faced an additional charge of "humiliating Islam" (for claiming not to be a Muslim). Court cases promise to revolve around the issue of religious freedom, which is theoretically guaranteed by the Malaysian constitution.

On August 1, 2005, officials of the Besut Land Office destroy Sky Kingdom's various buildings, citing Section 129 of the National Land Code (which punishes unauthorized construction with land confiscation). The titular landowner is Ariffin's first wife, who apparently failed to appear in court for a hearing on the matter. On September 1, 2005, at a hearing, a trial date for 45 followers accused of violating the government fatwa is set for three days beginning December 18 this year. All of the accused are represented by Wan Haidi Wan Jusoh of Ubaidullah Aziz and Co, who unsuccessfully petitioned the court to order his name blacked out by the media. The group had previously experienced great difficulty in attracting legal representation, presumably owing to attorneys' fear of reprisals or negative publicity.

As of 2007, after wide media coverage, the original Hulu Besut commune, now down to 24 souls, has reportedly chosen a new leader—a former police chief inspector in his 30's. The group is suspicious of visitors, and routinely turns out the commune's lights whenever a car approaches at night, in order not to be found.

Deepak Kumaran Menon[edit]

DKM is a film director from Malaysia.

Sabah misc[edit]

Richard Malanjum[edit]

High Courts[edit]

Locations of High Courts in Malaysia. The High Court in Kuala Lumpur is under the jurisdiction of the High Court in Malaya, while the High Court in Labuan is under the jurisdiction of the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak.

Malaysian law[edit]

ToDo[edit]

Buddhist temples[edit]

Sampit conflict 2001[edit]

Genting Group[edit]

Banjar kingdom[edit]

The Banjar kingdom were a succession of kingdoms found in the present-day Indonesian province of South Kalimantan beginning the 12th century CE until 19th century CE. The kingdoms had different names during different period. Banjar kingdom more specifically refers to the Islamic Banjar Sultanate which began in 1595 until 1860. Pre-Islamic Banjar may refer to the Hindu kingdom of Negara Dipa established by Ampu (or Mpu or Empu) Jatmika around the 13th to 14th century. Negara Dipa was succeeded by Negara Daha. In 1526, Prince Samudera converted into Islam and began a new Islamic kingdom with its base at present-day Banjarmasin.

BMF scandal, Bumiputra Malaysia Finance scandal, Carrian affair[edit]

Kota Gelanggi[edit]

http://ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klang_Kio http://habitatnews.nus.edu.sg/index.php?entry=/talks/20050318-lostcitytalk.txt http://www.malaysiagis.com/index.php/local-gis/news/41-gmu-news/274-satellite-confirms-structures-of-kota-gelanggi http://www.gisdevelopment.net/news/viewn.asp?id=GIS:N_snxgtryuji&cat=Industry%20Application&sub=Archacology http://gelanggi.blogdrive.com/

routes[edit]

The following lists the world's top 50 busiest routes based on total number of seats for the period of 7 days from August 29, 2011 to September 4, 2011 flown in both directions.[2]

Rank Airport 1 Airport 2 Seats Airlines Serving
1 Japan Tokyo International Airport Japan Sapporo-New Chitose Airport 269,500 Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Air Do,
2 South Korea Seoul-Gimpo Airport South Korea Jeju International Airport 258,305 Air Busan, Asiana Airlines, T'way Airlines, Eastar Jet, Jeju Air, Jin Air, Korean Air
3 Japan Tokyo International Airport Japan Fukuoka Airport 200,787 All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines
4 Australia Sydney Airport Australia Melbourne Airport 172,629 Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
5 Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport Taiwan Taipei-Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport 146,014 Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Dragonair, EVA Air, Hong Kong Airlines
6 Japan Tokyo International Airport Japan Okinawa-Naha Airport 144,158 All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Japan Transocean Air
7 China Beijing Capital International Airport China Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport 142,520 Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, Hainan Airlines, Shanghai Airlines
8 India Mumbai-Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport India Delhi-Indira Gandhi Airport 140,956 Air India, GoAir, Indian, IndiGo, Jet Airways, JetLite, Kingfisher, SpiceJet
9 Japan Tokyo International Airport Japan Osaka International Airport 123,780 All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines
10 Singapore Singapore Changi Airport Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport 112,640 Batavia Air, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Jetstar Airways, Jetstar Asia, Lion Air, Lufthansa, Mandala Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Sriwijaya Air, Tiger Airways
11 South Africa Johannesburg-OR Tambo International Airport South Africa Cape Town International Airport 104,288 1Time, Comair, Kulula.com, Mango, South African Airways, Velvet Sky
12 Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Indonesia Denpasar-Ngurah Rai International Airport 100,739 Batavia Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air
13 Australia Sydney Airport Australia Brisbane Airport 96,648 Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
14 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh-Tan Son Nhat International Airport Vietnam Hanoi-Noi Bai International Airport 90,890 Air Mekong, Jetstar Pacific Airlines, Vietnam Airlines
15 Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport Singapore Singapore Changi Airport 87,275 Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, Jetstar Asia, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways, United Airlines
16 Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport China Shanghai Pudong International Airport 86,616 Cathay Pacific, China Eastern, Dragonair, Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express Airways, Juneyao Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Spring Airlines
17 Singapore Singapore Changi Airport Malaysia Kuala Lumpur International Airport 86,140 Air Asia, Jetstar Asia, Malaysia Airlines, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, SriLankan Airlines
18 United States Los Angeles International Airport United States San Francisco International Airport 84,263 American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, SkyWest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin America
19 Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Indonesia Surabaya-Juanda International Airport 83,738 Airfast Indonesia, Batavia Air, Garuda Indonesia, Citilink, Lion Air, Mandala Airlines, Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Sriwijaya Air, Wings Air
20 Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport Thailand Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi Airport 79,923 Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Kenya Airways, Orient Thai Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, Royal Jordanian, SriLankan Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Thai Airways
21 Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Indonesia Medan International Airport 78,758 Batavia Air, Garuda Indonesia, Citilink, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air
22 China Beijing Capital International Airport China Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport 75,383 Air China, China Southern, Hainan Airlines, Sichuan Airlines
23 China Beijing Capital International Airport China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport 74,953 Air China, China Southern, Hainan Airlines
24 Thailand Suvarnabhumi Airport Thailand Phuket International Airport 74,836 Bangkok Airways, Thai AirAsia, Thai Airways, *Nok Air, *Orient Thai Airlines
25 Egypt Cairo International Airport Saudi Arabia King Abdulaziz International Airport 74,414 EgyptAir, Saudi Arabian Airlines
26 South Africa OR Tambo International Airport South Africa King Shaka International Airport 74,380 1Time, Comair, Kulula.com, Mango, South African Airways, South African Express, Velvet Sky
27 United States Los Angeles International Airport United States John F. Kennedy International Airport 73,970 American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, Virgin America
28 China Beijing Capital International Airport China Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport 73,816 Air China, China Southern, Hainan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines
29 Brazil Congonhas-São Paulo Airport Brazil Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont Airport 71,656 Avianca Brazil, Gol Airlines, TAM Airlines, Webjet
30 Saudi Arabia King Khalid International Airport Saudi Arabia King Abdulaziz International Airport 71,529 Nas Air, Saudi Arabian Airlines
31 China Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport China Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport 70,556 China Eastern, China Southern, Juneyao Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Spring Airlines
32 United Kingdom London Heathrow Airport United States John F. Kennedy International Airport 70,306 American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Kuwait Airways, Virgin Atlantic
33 Thailand Suvarnabhumi Airport Singapore Singapore Changi Airport 69,790 Cathay Pacific, Jetstar Asia Airways, Myanmar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Thai Airways, Tiger Airways
34 Philippines Ninoy Aquino International Airport Philippines Mactan-Cebu International Airport 69,670 Airphil Express, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Zest Airways
35 United States O'Hare International Airport United States LaGuardia Airport 68,852 American Airlines, Delta Connection/Shuttle America, United Airlines, United Express/Shuttle America
36 Australia Melbourne Airport Australia Brisbane Airport 68,804 Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
37 Japan Tokyo International Airport Japan Kagoshima Airport 68,787 All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, Skynet Asia Airways
38 India Delhi-Indira Gandhi Airport India Bengaluru International Airport 68,700 Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, Jet Airways, JetLite, Kingfisher Airlines, SpiceJet
39 China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport China Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport 67,976 Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, Shanghai Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Spring Airlines
40 United Arab Emirates Dubai International Airport Qatar Doha International Airport 67,588 Emirates, Flydubai, Qatar Airways, Sudan Airways
41 South Korea Gimpo International Airport South Korea Gimhae International Airport 67,255 Air Busan, Korean Air
42 China Beijing Capital International Airport Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport 66,718 Air China, Cathay Pacific, China Southern, Dragonair, Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express Airways
43 Indonesia Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Indonesia Adisucipto International Airport 66,626 Batavia Air, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air
44 Turkey Atatürk International Airport Turkey Adnan Menderes Airport 66,576 Atlasjet, Onur Air, IZair, Turkish Airlines
45 Malaysia Kota Kinabalu International Airport Malaysia Kuala Lumpur International Airport 66,426 Air Asia, Malaysia Airlines
46 Mexico General Mariano Escobedo International Airport Mexico Mexico City International Airport 65,705 Aeroméxico, Aeroméxico Connect, Interjet, VivaAerobus, Volaris
47 Canada Toronto Pearson International Airport Canada Vancouver International Airport 63,887 Air Canada, Sunwing Airlines, Westjet
48 Malaysia Kuching International Airport Malaysia Kuala Lumpur International Airport 63,845 Air Asia, Malaysia Airlines
49 Indonesia Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Indonesia Hasanuddin International Airport 63,547 Batavia Air, Express Air, Garuda Indonesia, Kartika Airlines, Lion Air, Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Pelita Air Service, Sriwijaya Air
50 Spain Madrid-Barajas Airport Spain Barcelona Airport 63,305 Air Europa, Iberia, Spanair, Vueling


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