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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Rebecca Sta Maria, AP's, Flip Flopping: nov 27 2010

Sustainable Living Institute (SAVE) said...

Perak goes berak. Teluk Rubiah, a cosy cove not far from Setiawan has numerous delipidated 2 storey wooden bungalows and unkept golf course.

Millions had been spent on the project. What when wrong with the investment with no returns? What I guess is that it was meant to be an exclusive project for holiday niche for the rich. The flattened site for their holiday homes is now full of lalang.

Destined for its exclusiveness Tlk Rubiah was not promoted for public use and thus little income. The rich do not want to go all the way to such an out of the way place.

The guard told me that such an idyllic place has been leased to a Brazillian company for a steel mill.

The beach at Tlk Batik is much concretised and lembing paraphanelia pointing to the sky. It was landscaped as if we are in a museum setting! What a pity we do do not know how to do the right thing at the right place.


  1. <a href='>wow un gran proyecto, pero, lamentablemente, sólo para los ricos<./a>

  2. ilmukomputer,
    very sorry to acknowlede your reply but in Spanish/Portuguese I don't understand!