Monday, 19 May 2014

KT2014 Montage & Photos for Your Viewing!

Dear Delegates of KT2014 and Members of District 51,

A. Please enjoy the KT2014 Montage, specially prepared by KT2014 official photographer, Phang Wai Kheong.

B. Photos for downloading (links valid until 20th June 2014):

    2nd May, 2014 (Friday)
      lys camera, please click HERE
     pwk camera, please click HERE
     tsc camera, please click HERE

    3rd May, 2014 (Saturday)
     lys camera, please click HERE
     pwk camera, please click HERE
     tsc camera, please click HERE

    4th May, 2014 (Sunday)
     pwk camera, please click HERE
     tsc camera, please click HERE

Our greatest appreciation to your support and participation. 
Without you, KT2014 will not happen.

Happy watching and downloading!  

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Delegates List As At 30 April 2014 (FINAL UPDATE)

Dear Members and Friends,

As at 30 April 2014, we have 325 fully paid delegates. Please click HERE to download the delegates list.

We look forward to seeing you soon in Kuala Terengganu. The Organizing Committee would like to wish you a safe and sound trip.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

Delegates List As At 25 April 2014

Dear Members and Friends,

As at 25 April 2014, we have 307 fully paid delegates. Please click HERE to download the delegates list.

Please feel free to write to us at should your name is wrongly spelled. We look forward to seeing you soon in Kuala Terengganu.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Terengganu's Directory & Info

Straw Bag for You!

Dear Delegates,

This is specially for you...from KT2014.

Gala Night Dress Code

Gala Night Theme: Starry, Starry Night
Dress Code: Glam and Glitz

Delegates List As At 17 April 2014

Dear Members and Friends,

As at today, 17 April 2014, we have 292 fully paid delegates. Please click HERE to download the delegates list.

Please feel free to write to us at should your name is wrongly spelled. We look forward to seeing you soon in Kuala Terengganu.

Saturday, 12 April 2014

Single Tickets Are Available NOW! Purchase BEFORE 20 April 2014

Dear Members and Friends,

Single tickets with various packages are available to be grabbed now.
Please complete the Single Ticket(s) Purchase Form and observe the purchase guidelines stated in the form. We look forward to hear from you soonest, but it has to be BEFORE 20 April 2014. Appreciate your understanding on the deadline.

Please download the Single Ticket(s) Purchase Form HERE.

Saturday, 1 March 2014

KT2014 Fully Paid Delegates List (as at 25 Feb 2014)

No. Delegates Name (as at 25 Feb 2014) Division
1 Agilan A/L Renganathan A
2 Avtar Singh A
3 Azizah Abu Hassan A
4 Cindy Wong Khang Lin A
5 Clarence Chua Kim Soon A
6 Debra de Souza Watters A
7 Genny Ong Gek Siew A
8 Go Hwi Kueh A
9 Lee Kwan Long A
10 Ling How Gin A
11 T Mahindran Kumar A
12 Tan Eng Suan A
13 Woo Seow Mee A
14 Abu Bakar Ngah B
15 Albert Chua B
16 Andy Ching B
17 Anna Chin B
18 Calvin Lim Teck Lee B
19 Chironjit Das B
20 Dennis Wee B
21 Division B Speech Contestant B
22 Division B Speech Contestant B
23 Emily Bong B
24 G. Sivalingam B
25 Han Lee Hwee B
26 Ho Fong Ming B
27 Irene Lee B
28 Irene Tan B
29 Jaklin Juanis B
30 Jamila Khan B
31 Jennifer Pan B
32 Johnson Yike B
33 Lafarge 1 B
34 Lafarge 2 B
35 Lafarge 3 B
36 Lafarge 4 B
37 Lafarge 5 B
38 Lafarge 6 B
39 Lafarge 7 B
40 Lafarge 8 B
41 LeAnn Tang B
42 Lim Lay Kun B
43 Lim Thian Seng B
44 Linda Phoon B
45 Lorenz Law B
46 Low Yat Seow B
47 Meyyappa Manickam B
48 Mustazah Bt Khalid B
49 Ng Siew Tho B
50 Nicole Choe B
51 Nor Lida Dahalan B
52 Norma bt Omar B
53 Parasakti Selvaduray B
54 Paulyn Gan B
55 Prof Dato' Dr. Wan Md Zin B
56 Ratna B
57 Sharmini Helen B
58 Shirley Ooi B
59 Simon Ho B
60 Tan Kian Yoong B
61 Teoh Chun Ming B
62 Thiagarajah Nesan B
63 To' Puan Marini B
64 To' Puan Sabariah Muhammad Yusuf B
65 To' Puan Sea Shin Tyun B
66 William Chong Wei Leong  B
67 Yap Sun Sun B
68 Yeoh Cheng Lim B
69 Zaharah Ibrahim B
70 Arthur K M Lai C
71 Chew Shel Ling 1 C
72 Chew Shel Ling 2 C
73 Daphne Lee Hoong Yen C
74 Division C Speech Contestant C
75 Division C Speech Contestant C
76 Dorothy Miow C
77 Emil Anthony C
78 Jeannie Carrera C
79 Lim Gim Kim C
80 Sarah Abedi C
81 Selina Chong C
82 Shirley Bak C
83 Sue Ding C
84 Tan Hok Eng C
85 Wong Piang Yow C
86 Lee Meng Tze E
87 Rosa Phua E
88 Valli Devi Poonnaiah E
89 Hj Hashim Adnan G
90 Ken Chan G
91 Lakhmichand G
92 Lee Yau Sin G
93 Liew Shaw Kang G
94 Rohijas b Md Sharif 1 G
95 Rohijas b Md Sharif 2 G
96 Serena Kong G
97 Tan Hooi Teng G
98 Billy Teoh H
99 Eng Thai Fong (Corrine) H
100 Jason K.M. Wong H
101 Lee Yook Siong H
102 May Cheah H
103 Phang Wai Kheong H
104 Sue Chan H
105 Goh Kang Seng M
106 Ho Chee Hong M
107 Hoo Chuan Haw M
108 Hua Suat Phin M
109 Joe Chong M
110 Koh Boh Hay M
111 Koh Siew Keng M
112 Lim Ah Lek M
113 Loh Yik Kiu M
114 Ng Cheng Kiat M
115 Ng Foong Yee M
116 See Kian Seng M
117 Soo Wen Lee M
118 Wong Cheng Lung M
119 Wong Wai Peng M
120 Abdul Kadir Shaik Othman N
121 Karuppan Palaniappan N
122 Koay Leeng Sze N
123 Loh E-Jiat N
124 Ng Soon Kheong N
125 Ng Soon Kheong 1 N
126 Ng Soon Kheong 10 N
127 Ng Soon Kheong 11 N
128 Ng Soon Kheong 12 N
129 Ng Soon Kheong 13 N
130 Ng Soon Kheong 2 N
131 Ng Soon Kheong 3 N
132 Ng Soon Kheong 4 N
133 Ng Soon Kheong 5 N
134 Ng Soon Kheong 6 N
135 Ng Soon Kheong 7 N
136 Ng Soon Kheong 8 N
137 Ng Soon Kheong 9 N
138 Sarjit Singh N
139 Sivanganam a/l Rajaretnan N
140 Thannimalai L N
141 Valliananai Thannimalai N
142 Wendy Wong N
143 Aamir Javid P
144 Andrew Tan P
145 Anne Yuen P
146 Annette Wong P
147 Bernard Louis P
148 Grace Chan Hwee P
149 Jackie Loi P
150 Joseph Gomez P
151 K N Devan P
152 Kiang Faang Pyng P
153 Lee Yeok Siew P
154 Lenny Pang Yin Ling P
155 Nirmala Shanmugan P
156 Ramdas Nayar P
157 Raudzah Omar P
158 Rina Khong P
159 Ron Low Chye Seng P
160 Sandra Gauss P
161 Tang Sum Chee P
162 TP Ngo P
163 Vince Tay Huat Lim P
164 Carmen Teng Q
165 Janice Tam Yet Ching Q
166 Lim Seng Chiang Q
167 Lim Teh Keat Q
168 Loo Ching Wui Q
169 Maggie Fong Q
170 Saw Wooi Keat 1 Q
171 Saw Wooi Keat 2 Q
172 Saw Wooi Keat 3 Q
173 Vicky Cha Shih Chuen Q
174 Johnson Tang S
175 Christopher Choong Chin Joo S
176 Jessica Ho S
177 Kay Sock Phoh 1 S
178 Kay Sock Phoh 2 S
179 Kay Sock Phoh 3 S
180 Kay Sock Phoh 4 S
181 Kay Sock Phoh 5 S
182 Tan Su Lin S
183 Teh Yunn Yeou S
184 Thiang Bee Nee 1 S
185 Thiang Bee Nee 2 S
186 Thiang Bee Nee 3 S
187 Thiang Bee Nee 4 S
188 Thiang Bee Nee 5 S
189 Yeoh Hui Kiang S
190 Yoon Peng Yew S
191 Dr. Thilla Nair T
192 G. Tanusha Nair T
193 N J Singam T
194 Alice Liu W
195 Allysia Wong Mee Sean W
196 Christine Khoo Chew Moey W
197 E Son Lee W
198 Heng Jing Yi W
199 Henry Fu W
200 Janette Pang Wei Fong W
201 Jessica Liew Lee Kee W
202 Jocelyn Ng Boon Ngee W
203 Khoo Suat Hoong W
204 KPMG 1 W
205 KPMG 10 W
206 KPMG 2 W
207 KPMG 3 W
208 KPMG 4 W
209 KPMG 5 W
210 KPMG 6 W
211 KPMG 7 W
212 KPMG 8 W
213 KPMG 9 W
214 Lee Soo Ling W
215 Lee Sook Ping W
216 Leong Oi Wah W
217 Loghandran Krishnasamy W
218 Mah Li Chen W
219 Ng Lay See W
220 Ngok Siew Meng W
221 Pua Yin Yin W
222 Rachel Ng Wei Theng W
223 Sharon Yee Soh Chan W
224 Tan Lay Theng (1) W
225 Tan Lay Theng (2) W
226 Taufik b Mohd Salleh W
227 Vincent Hor Yuen Foong W
228 Vishnu Dharumaseharan W
229 Wong Wei Fong W
230 Yap Mei Sei W
231 District 80 - 1 L
232 District 80 - 2 L
233 District 80 - 3 L
234 District 80 - 4 L
235 District 80 - 5 L
236 District 80 - 6 L
237 District 80 - 7 L
238 District 80 - 8 L
239 District 80 - 9 L
240 District 80 - 10 L

To download delegates list, please click HERE.

Sunday, 26 January 2014

Local Specialty-Pulut Panggang (Pulut Lepa)

Pulut Panggang or locally known as Pulut Lepa. This dish consists of glutinous rice lightly flavoured with coconut milk and wrapped in banana leaves, then barbecued to perfection.

The cooked glutinous rice has a filling mixture of grated coconut flesh and fish fillet which make this 'kuih' one of the most favorite one. Best eaten hot for breakfast or during afternoon tea.

Local Specialty-Keropok Lekor

Some call them fish fritters, fish sausages or fish sticks but in Terengganu, they are called ‘keropok’. There are three types of keropok, mainly keropok lekor (resembling sausage, boiled chewy ones), keropok goreng (also resembling sausage but fried chewy ones) and keropok keping (sliced, sun-dried and fried). All districts produce their own keropok but the famous ones are none better than those found in Kampong Losong in Kuala Terengganu. ‘Keropok lekor’ are actually made from processed fish meat mixed with salt and sagoo flour. This mixture is then hand rolled into sausage shaped around 6 to 10 inches long and immediately cooked. It is a great afternoon snack normally dipped in Terengganu’s equally famous chili sauce.

They are made up of fish, flour and other ingredients. For Keropok Lekor, you can eat it in two ways. Deep fried or boiled. If you don't really like the fishy smell, then better to take the deep fried as sometime the boiled one will have some fishy smell, especially when they are no longer hot.

The Keropok Keping is also made up of larger tube-shaped keropok being thinly and dried under the sun to make it last longer. Then you need to fry it before eating. Its a great afternoon snack and nice to be eaten with fried noodles or dipping it with the Terengganu’s home made chili sauce.

Local Specialty-Nasi Dagang

Terengganu’s cuisine is distinctively memorable from the generous use of spices and fresh local ingredients. One of the most popular and well known is Nasi Dagang, usually eaten with side dishes of tuna curry, pickled cucumber and carrots. Nasi Dagang is a rice specialty of Terengganu. The dish is made by steaming a mixture of regular and glutinous rice in coconut cream over low heat. Simplicity is its essence. ‘Dagang’ practically means going travelling and in those days most are of trading trips. It is practical to pack along the Nasi Dagang to be eaten along the way. Nowadays it is serves in hotels and resorts as part of a signature dish of Terengganu. It is suitable to be eaten at any time of the day during breakfast, lunch, dinner or even supper.

Attraction-Chemerung Waterfall

One of the renowned recreational forests in Malaysia, Sungai Chemerung Recreational Forest Reserve is also home to the highest waterfall in the country. The dazzling spectacle that is the Chemerung Waterfall plunges majestically from 305 metres through beautiful steep rock faces before smashing into the waters below. The waterfall is located about 30 kilometres from Bandar Al Muktafi Billah Shah. 

A leisurely jungle trekking through nature at its best are recommended for adventurers to go the base of the falling waters where the coolness of the air and the thundering sound of the waterfalls will soothe the weariest of travelers. Mountain climbing up Mount Berembun through the dense foliage is an experience worth adventuring.

How To Get Here
Sungai Chemerung Recreational Forest can be reached by either own transportation, taxi or express coach from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu and then from Bandar Al-Muktafibillah Shah of Dungun to Chemerung Forest Recreational Centre.

Recreational Forest of Sungai Chemerung is located 30km from Bandar Al-Muktafibillah Shah (15-20 minutes drive), or 100km from Kuala Terengganu (1 hour drive). Local travel agents should be able to assist with the travel arrangements.

Where To Stay
1. Awana Kijal Beach, Golf and Spa Resort
2. Residence Resort Paka
3. Radius Resort Villa
4. Pasir Raja Rest House
5. Awangs Beach Resort & Restaurant

Attraction-Tenggol Island in Dungun

About an hour away by speedboat from Kuala Dungun jetty, this island boast one of the deepest waters in the east coast and it is a haven for divers looking for thrilling night dives. Hard and soft corals of different types add a dash of color to the monochromatic escape while the underwater creature-eels, crabs, turtles and baby sharks will definitely amaze divers and are found abundance in their undisturbed habitat. Resorts are available to cater the needs of visitors looking for a memorable snorkeling or diving experience.

Tenggol Island is another beautiful diving getaway island just 45 minutes from the coastal jetty in Kuala Dungun. Its size is approximately 3km in length and 2km in width. However, this has not prevented it from becoming a paradise for many people especially diving enthusiasts. The sandy beach blends harmoniously with the surrounding environment. Further inland are forested rocky hills that make it a scenic destination for adventure seekers. The hills rising over 800ft offer a panoramic view of the island. This rocky terrain extends from the interior of the island to the ocean and has created a dramatic ideal hideaway for marine life. For example in Teluk Air Tawar there is a large spread of sloping reef on the rocky wall, whereas Rajawali Reef, with vertical rocky walls which fall as deep as 32m, is home to corals and other marine life like batfish and black tip reef sharks. 

Besides calm coral gardens, you could also chance upon humphead parrotfish, giant stingray, bat fishes, whale sharks, leopard sharks, schooling jacks and others in the diving spots around Tenggol. Pulau Tenggol is located along the whale sharks migratory route normally from August to October every year. It is much anticipated by divers as not many places in the world that these whale sharks stays longer at a certain place. The surroundings of Pulau Tenggol is rich in its marine life and coral haven and this might be the reason that whale sharks choose Pulau Tenggol as their playground.

How To Get Here
By Bus
There are regular and daily bus services from most of the major cities and towns within Peninsular Malaysia. The nearest destination is Dungun town. Journey normally takes 5-6 hours from Kuala Lumpur. There are boat operators and travel agents at Kuala Dungun jetty that provides boat and tour packages to Pulau Tenggol.

By Air
There are daily and regular flights to the nearest destination of Kuala Terengganu. Malaysian Airlines, Air Asia and Firefly ply direct routes either from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. There are taxi and car rental services at the Kuala Terengganu Airport. Journey takes an hour to Kuala Dungun Jetty.

By car
The drive from Kuala Lumpur to Dungun takes about 5-6 hours. Take the Karak Highway to get to Kuantan. From there, follow the sign board to Dungun town. Dungun town is 79 km before Kuala Terengganu. Departing early in the morning should be convenient as one reaches Dungun around noon. The boat services starts as early as 8.00 am and last boat usually by 5.00 pm but it depends upon the weather condition. It is advisable to catch the early morning boat. There are few hotels and resorts around Dungun town should one wish to spend a night or two in Dungun or should one prefer to arrange a day trip to the island.

Where To Stay
  1. Tenggol Island Resort
  2. Tenggol Island Beach Resort & Spa