Sunday, March 20, 2011


Monday, March 7, 2011

Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne


Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne is a real-time strategy computer game developed for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Mac OS X by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the official expansion pack to Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, requiring Reign of Chaos to play. Released in stores worldwide in multiple languages beginning on July 1, 2003, it includes new units for each race, a new neutral race, four campaigns, five neutral heroes (an additional neutral hero was added April 2004 and two more were added in August 2004), the ability to build a shop and various other improvements such as the ability to queue upgrades. Sea units were reintroduced; they had been present in Warcraft III but were absent in Reign of Chaos. Blizzard Entertainment has released patches for the game to fix bugs, add new features, and balance multiplayer.
The setting, arguably one of the most acclaimed of the Warcraft mythology, plays a prominent role in the Warcraft MMORPG as the backdrop for World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, as well as World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King.

As in Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, the single-player campaign of the Frozen Throne follows each of the main races in sequence. In this game, that is Night Elves (Maiev Shadowsong tracks the escaped Illidan Stormrage), Human (or Blood Elves, following the struggles of the last High Elves in Lordaeron after it was destroyed by the Scourge and the Burning Legion), and Undead (following Arthas' return from Kalimdor to Lordaeron, and his subsequent journey to find the Lich King of the Scourge). Unlike Reign of Chaos, there is no Orc campaign. However, there is a Diablo-style RPG campaign separate from the others that chronicles the early days of the Orc Horde's establishment in Kalimdor.
In the first campaign of the game, Illidan Stormrage has gained the allegiance of the Naga, mutated night elves, and obtained an artifact called the Eye of Sargeras from his tomb (in chapter 3 of the campaign), which grants him extraordinary power. Illidan's former warden, Maiev Shadowsong, calls for the aid of Malfurion Stormrage and Tyrande Whisperwind to capture Illidan. Partway through the pursuit, Tyrande is swept away by a river while helping a group of blood elves. Maiev convinces Malfurion that she died. When they finally capture Illidan, he explains that he planned to use the Eye to destroy the Lich King, ruler of the undead. At this point, Malfurion discovers that Tyrande may still be alive. After Malfurion rescues her, he pardons Illidan for his actions done with the Eye, but reminds him that he is still exiled. Illidan then flees to Outland.
The second campaign follows the blood elves, the last of the High Elves, led by their prince Kael'thas. They are given the job to fix watchtowers and defend them by A human leader named Garithos, who despises non-humans, he later discovers that Kael'thas was helped by the Naga and imprisons the blood elves. They are rescued by Lady Vashj, leader of the Naga, who leads them all to Outland, where they join with Illidan and conquer Outland. Once Outland is conquered, Illidan's master, the warlock Kil'jaeden, finds Illidan and prepares to punish him for his failure to destroy the Lich King. Illidan, however, convinces Kil'jaeden to give him one more chance, claiming that he was gathering more forces to assail the Lich King's Frozen Throne.
The third campaign follows the undead, who have split into three factions. One is led by Arthas and is loyal to the Lich King and accompanied by the necromancers of the Lich, Kel'thuzad. (Largely controlled by the player in the game); another is led by the banshee Sylvanas Windrunner (who has a chapter controlled by the player in the game); and the third is led by three dreadlords and is loyal to the Burning Legion. Sylvanas defeats the dreadlords and unifies the two factions, while Arthas travels to the lands of northrend to defend the Lich King from Illidan, the Naga, and the Blood Elves' combined assault after having painful attacks and visions of the Lich King commanding him to the Frozen Throne. After a fierce battle between Arthas' undead forces and Illidan's, Illidan appears to be slain, and while Arthas is walking away from the nearly dead Illidan he warns Illidan to "leave and never return to Azeroth." and Arthas is able to reach the Lich King's Frozen Throne. Once there, Arthas shatters the ice-prison that held the Lich Kings remains, releasing him. Arthas dons the Lich Kings helmet, joining their souls into one ultra-powerful being: Arthas, the new Lich King.
The mini-campaign focuses mainly on two Heroes, Rexxar and Rokhan.
The separate RPG-style campaign follows the Horde defending their land in Durotar and building up a new kingdom. After defending Durotar from a series of lesser threats, Rexxar learns that a force of humans from the island of Theramore, led by Admiral Daelin Proudmoore, plans to invade Durotar. Admiral Proudmoor is unwilling or unable to accept a truce between the Horde and the Alliance despite their combined penetration of the World Tree in Reign of Chaos. The orcs invade Theramore (aided by a guilty Jaina Proudmoore) and slay the Admiral, replacing him with his daughter, Jaina.


Minimum system requirements

  • 400 MHz Pentium II or equivalent, or a 400 MHz G3 processor or better.
  • Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, or Windows XP. Warcraft III requires Mac OS® 9.0 or higher, or Mac OS X® 10.1.3 or higher
  • Warcraft III requires 128 MB of RAM. Virtual Memory should be enabled on computers running pre-Mac OS X versions of the Mac OS®.
  • A keyboard and mouse are required.
  • A hard drive with at least 550 MB of free space
  • 8MB 3D video card (TNT, i810, Voodoo 3, Rage 128 equivalent or better) with DirectX 8.1 support. For Mac OS® systems, a video card consisting of an * ATI Technologies or nVidia chipset with at least 16 MB of memory is required.
  • A DirectX-compatible 16-bit sound card is recommended. Warcraft III will work with the built-in sound features of the Mac OS®.


Recommended System Requirements

  • 600 MHz processor or better
  • 256 MB of RAM
  • 32 MB 3D Video card

Multiplayer System Requirements

  • Access to Blizzard Entertainment's online gaming service,, requires a low-latency, active Internet connection rated at 28.8 Kbps or faster.
  • Multiplayer games played over a LAN require an active connection to a TCP/IP network.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Unduk Ngadau 2010

Undilah peserta kegemaran anda!


Represent Banggi

Represent Beluran

Represent DBKK

Represent Inanam

Represent Keningau

Represent Kinabatangan

Represent Klang Valley

Represent Kota Belud

Represent Kuala Penyu

Represent Labuan

Represent Lahad Datu

Represent Likas

Represent Membakut

Represent Nabawan

Represent Paitan

Represent Papar

Represent Penampang

Represent Pitas

Represent Putatan

Represent Sandakan

Represent Sipitang

Represent Sook

Represent Tambunan

Represent Tanjung Aru

Represent Tawau

Represent Telupid

Represent Tenom

Represent Togod

Represent Tuaran

My Vote goes to:-
1] Likas
2] Kuala Penyu
3] Penampang
4] Inanam

  • Here some pictures of last past three year's Unduk Ngadau's Winner.




p/s: credits to Anuar Laugan's Facebook!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010



1.5 hours by road from Kota Kinabalu lies a valley of picturesque serenity, the valley with sparkling mountain streams glowing across emerald green rice fields present the gentle side of Sabah’s interior.

A walk through the bush valley offers visitors a chance to enjoy Sabah’s tranquil countryside while listening to the chorus of insects and the call of forest birds.

Situated along the Pegalan River in Tambunan, that provides accommodation facilities for visitors to Tambunan.

TVRC offers visitors the experience of staying in Traditional-Type chalets made of split bamboo while enjoying the spring-like climate and peaceful nights of Tambunan.

For camera buffs and nature lovers, Tambunan offers the experience of a lifetime to view the world’s largest flower, picnic by crystal clear waterfalls, discover local orchids, and climb Sabah’s second highest peak, Mt. Trusmadi. Relax in the fresh mountain climate amidst breath-taking scenery and discover the tradition of the Tambunan Kadazan / Dusun people.

TVRC can assist visitors to visit places of interest around Tambunan through prior arrangement.

The Refflesia Information Centre

Located about 20 kilometres from TVRC, where the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia is found and protected. One can learn about this rare and distinct flower which takes nine months to grow and bloom but withers and dies within 10 days.

Mount Trus Madi

Sabah’s second highest peak (2642 metres), where the most attractive pitcher plant called the Nepenthes trusmadiensis and other rare plants are found. (A tracker is required and can be arranged through prior booking at the TVRC)

The Mawah Waterfall

Is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sabah. Surrounded by thick lowland forest, enjoy the cool refreshing air and dip in the waterfall’s pool, while picnicking.

Tamu Besar

Visit the "TAMU" (held every Thursday and Sunday) where the indigenous people of Sabah in Tambunan from far and near, and the young and old come to sell their wares and wild vegetables.

Accommodation at
Borneo Heritage Village

1. Bamboo Deluxe Chalet (4 units)

  • 2 Bedrooms (Double, Twin beds)
  • Living room, TV, Kitchen Utensils
  • Price: RM 176.00
2. Bamboo Superior Chalet (3 units)
  • 2 Bedrooms(Double, Twin beds)
  • Living room, Shower
  • Price: RM 148.50
3. Backpacker's Mountain View Lodge
  • Twin bed, Fan, Shower
  • Price: RM 66.00
4. Lake View Motel
  • Modern Type (with air-conditioning)
  • Double / Twin bed, TV, Shower
  • Price: RM 132.00
  • Double / Twin bed, Fan, Shower
  • Price: RM 121.00
  • Double / Twin bed, Fan, Un. Shower
  • Price: RM 104.50
5. Bamboo Longhouse
  • Double / Twin bed, Un. Shower
  • Price: RM 71.50
  • Double Bed, Long-bath
  • Price: RM 88.00
  • Double + Single Bed, Living, TV, Mini Fridge, Shower
  • Price: RM 148.50

Other Facilities

  1. Locker (RM 10.00 / day)
  2. Internet Surfing (RM3.00 / hour)
  3. Kettle / Jug Kettle (RM 5.00 / day)
  4. Iron & Board (RM 10.00 / day)
  5. Laundry Services (RM 5.00 / piece)
Hall / Conference Room Rental
  1. TVRC Cultural Hall ( Maximum 500 paxs)
  • Open air, PA System, 300 chairs
  • Day Time (RM 350.00)
  • Night Time (RM 420.00)
  • Whole day (RM 680.00)
  • Hourly rate: Day time (RM60.00) / Night Time (RM 70.00)
2. Rafflesia Conference Room ( Maximum 200 paxs )
  • Air-conditioning, PA System, 100 Chairs)
  • Whole Day (RM 680.00)
  • Hourly Rate (RM 70.00)
3. Balai Tandarason ( Maximum 100 paxs)
  • Open Air, 50 Chairs
  • Day Time (RM 180.00)
  • Night Time (RM 270.00)
  • Whole Day (RM 390.00)
  • Hourly Rate (RM 40.00)
  • Camping Site (RM 10.00)
  • Tent Rental - 4pax (RM 30.00 / tent)
  • Sleeping Bag Rental - single (RM 10.00 / each)


Bicycle Rental
  • Deposit (RM 200.00)
  • Hourly Rate ( RM 10.00)
  • Whole Day - 8 hours ( RM 50.00)
Football Field / Volleyball Court
  • Inclusives of Nets and Ball
  • RM 10.00 / hour
  • RM 50.00 / day
Tandarason Lake
  • Enterence Fee (RM 2.50)
  • Paddle Boat (RM 12.00 / 30 min)
  • Kayak - 1 seater (RM 10.00 / 30 min)
  • Kayak - 2 seater (RM 12.00 / 30 min)
  • Fish Feed (RM 1.50 / bag)

Day Trips

Jungle Trekking
Guide, Half Day (RM 60.00 / trip)

Mahwa Waterfall
Transport, Half Day (RM 100.00 / return)

Rafflesia Information center
Transport, Half Day (RM 80.00 / return)

Mat Salleh Memorial
Transport, 1 hour (RM 20.00 / return)

Batu Gong
Transport, 1 hour (RM 20.00 / return)

Tambuna Golf
Transport, One Way (RM 8.00 / trip)

Tambunan Town
Transport, One Way (RM 6.60 / trip)

Mt. Trusmadi Climbing

  1. Transport - 4WD (RM 495.00 / return)
  2. Guide - 6 to 8 pax / guide (RM 220.00 / overnite*)
  3. Porter - max 20kg / porter (RM 165.00 / overnite*)
* Each additional day (RM 55.00)

Restaurant And Entertainment
  • A Restaurant (Malaysian, Chinese & Local cuisine)
  • Karaoke Lounge

With these to offer, We warmly welcome you with the traditional greeting:

"Kotobian om Kopisanangan"
which means,
Greetings of Peace !