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Biometric Gun Safe – Gunvault SpeedVault SVB500

Do you have a requirement of the gun safe for your ammunition? If your answer is a no, then I suggest you get one good gun safe for you ammunition. They might be several reasons why you have been avoiding to get a gun safe why you are precious valuable ammunition. These safe cabinets are secured ways to keep your guns away from children.

Whatever you reasons behind getting a gun safe for your ammunition, I will give you a few reasons why you should one best gun safe forever business, office or home.

  • The first reason is the security, would you like to take chances after working so long to get this precious valuable firearm so that you can lose them later on? If that’s a no, then how come you are risking your valuable firearms. You can check out these places to buy biometric gun safes on the web.
  • Not everyone house is empty, almost every house are blessed with children. Children’s doesn’t know the difference between what’s good for them and what is bad for them, in pursuit of learning the mistakes which made by them might regret later with a huge price it can be if you buy a gun safe.
  • Biometric gun safe doesn’t come at an expensive price, biometric gun safe you can easily get one of them for less than $150, isn’t that expensive then you precious children and security?
  • A biometric gun safe is reliable because they can only be accessed buy only one person who is authorized to do it. Unauthorized access will be restricted then lockdown until you come down and unlock it.
  • There is some biometric gun safe it sent you a letter to your mobile when it is been tried to open simultaneously buy unauthorized people, which not only help you to find the culprit as well as it also sent a warning to the people who are planning to do for the damages.
  • Biometric gun safe comes with a 1 year to 2 years of warranty, which not only covers replacement warranty if it is delivered damaged or you have received a defective product.
  • A biometric gun safe is very useful because not only be portable to carry around from one place to another easily in a matter of minutes, also you do not have to worry about the maintenance of it.
  • All of the biometric gun safe are equipped with latest technology and features so that they can keep up with all type of threats.
  • To ensure safety the manufacturers have added other small features such as an indicator so that you will be alerted about the low charge.
  • Biometric gun safe has smart recognition Technology, which is capable of reading and recognizing fingerprint even if the dust and oil covered on a finger.

I have pointed out hundred out of few reasons on why you should get the biometric gun safe for your business, work and home.I hope you are now convinced that you should get one of these to increase the security and get worried free.

Gunvault SpeedVault SVB500:

Gunvault SpeedVault SVB500 Is price between $100 to $200, the prices differences will effect depending on which country you are and which city the store is.

The biometric gun safe has some of the Unique features which set apart from another gun safe.Gunvault SpeedVault SVB500 is known for lightweight and it is perfect for business people. Speed vault gun safe is recommended for office. Speed vault gun safe axis more than 110 fingerprints added to it which makes it perfect for offices, so that only authorized person among stars and say people can access the gun safe.

Seed vault gun safe can also be used more than just storing guns, it can also be used for storing other valuable such as jewelry, legal papers, gold coins and important documents.

Conclusion:

If you are low on budget but want to get something which is offering more security and space than bargained for. If you are purchasing this product for your business then this is the best choice for you.


Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition

Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX) is an annual event, organized by the Malaysian Invention and Design Society (MINDS) to showcase the products of universities, research institutions, investors, corporations and others and to seek business opportunities for their respective inventions and innovations. First introduced in 1989, ITEX has become well-known throughout the world and has successfully showcased more than 600 inventions, both local and international.[1] The participating countries include Iran, Korea, Arab Saudi, Thailand, Taiwan and others.

it is actually an expansion, as well as a transformation, of the former Mines Resort City, as part of the government’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), as announced on 11 January 2011 by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Spearheaded by PEMANDU (Performance Management and Delivery Unit), the City is envisioned to be a RM5.5 billion development by 2020.
the 5-star Palace of Golden Horses hotel;2.  Facilities in Mines Wellness City presently include:

  • Mines Wellness Hotel (formerly ‘The Mines Beach Resort and Spa’), with a man-made beach and swimming lagoon;
  • Golden Horses Health Sanctuary, a health screening and Traditional Chinese Medicine center;
  • Mines Shopping Mall;
  • Mines Wonderland, a theme park;
  • Mines Resort & Golf Club;
  • Mines Waterfront Business Park;
  • Malaysia International Exhibition & Convention Centre(MIECC); and
  • The Heritage Residences, comprising 5 blocks with 18-storey luxury service apartment buildings, completed in 2006.

3.  History: Mines Wellness City is sited on land which was formerly the site of the Hong Fatt Mine, the world’s largest open cast tin mine, covering an area of 1,300 acres (including the lakes). The Malaysian Government alienated the land to Country Heights Holdings Berhad (CHHB) on 30 March 1988 for the development of recreational and tourism. CHHB was founded and incorporated by Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew on 10 May 1984 as Kurniata Sdn Bhd, a private limited company. The development of the then Mines Resort City began in 1990.…


Genting Highlands

Genting Highland is sometimes informally known as the Las Vegas of Malaysia. It is also dubbed the “City of Entertainment”, as it is the only legal land-based casino in the country.

Genting Highlands, also known as Resorts World Genting, is an integrated resort, nestled on a 1,860-meter high mountain peak within the Titiwangsa Mountains on the border between the states of Pahang and Selangor. Developed by Genting Group, it was opened to the public in 1971. In 2006, the resort had 18.4 million visitors or an average of 50,000 visitors a day.

Resorts World Genting is run by Genting Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Resorts World Bhd), a subsidiary of Genting Group. The idea of creating an integrated mountain resort near Kuala Lumpur was first mooted by the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong in 1964. Presently, the resort is run by his son, Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, who is also the current President and CEO of Star Cruises company.

Genting Highlands is one hour away from Kuala Lumpur by car. It is also accessible by the 3.38-km Genting Skyway cable car system which, when opened, was the world’s fastest cable car system and Southeast Asia’s longest.

Genting Highlands Resort features two theme parks, a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum, a wind-turbine sky-diving simulator, golf courses, and shopping malls. It also features many hotels owned by Genting subsidiaries, including Awana Genting, First World Hotel, Genting Hotel, Highlands Hotel, Resort Hotel and Theme Park Hotel. Facilities in this resort include In 2006, 2007, and 2008, Guinness World Records listed the First World Hotel as the world’s largest hotel with a total of 6,118 rooms.[1] Genting Highlands is also home to a 100-million year old forest…


Fruit rojak

Fruit rojak is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia (where it is called rujak). The term “rojak” is Malay for “mixture”.

3.  Penang Rojak is a version of fruit rojak found in Penang, Malaysia. It uses jambu air, guava, squid fritters, as well as raw mangoes, and usually omits the bean sprouts and fried tofu puffs. The sauce or dressing used tends to be very thick, almost toffee-like in consistency and texture.

2.  Ingredients: Fruit rojak typically consists of pineapple, mengkuang, cucumber, bean sprouts, taupok (puffy, deep-fried tofu) and sometimes, youtiao (cut-up Chinese-style fritters) and raw mangoes. The dressing is made up of shrimp paste (belacan), sugar, chili, and tamarind. Ingredients, however, vary among vendors. The ingredients are cut into bite-sized portions, mixed thoroughly in a bowl with the dressing, and topped with chopped peanuts before serving.


Gunung Mulu National Park

Pulau Perhentian (Perhentian Islands) lies some 19 kilometers (12 mi) off the the coast of the northeastern state of Terengganu, approx. 64 kilometers (40 mi) south of the Thai border.

In the old days, cargo vessels ferrying salt from Singora in southern Thailand to Kuala Terengganu used the island for stopovers. This is why the island is known as “Pulau Perhentian” (“Stopover Island”). During World War II, the Japanese used the island to stage their attack on Malaya and other Southeast Asian countries. The Perhentian Islands is now under the control of the Pulau Redang National Marine Park, which means that fishing, collecting coral, and littering are strictly prohibited.

2.  Geography: Surrounded by 20 smaller islands, the 2 main Perhentian islands are Perhentian Besar (“Big Stopover”) and Perhentian Kecil (“Small Stopover”). Both islands are fringed by white sand beach and reefs, with its crystal-clear water hosting a wide variety of coral, sea-turtles, jellyfish, small sharks, and reef-fish. Pasir Panjang (Long Beach) is a sandy beach, located at Perhentian Kecil. The islands’ maximum elevation is approx. 100 m (328 ft) and are uniformly covered in coastal tropical jungle, with few interior foot-trails and no roads. The much smaller, uninhabited Pulau Susu Dara (Virgin Milk), Pulau Serenggeh, and Pulau Rawa lie off Perhentian Kecil.

3.  Legend: Pulau Perhentian has an interesting legend that claims that the island was once protected by a large serpent. Villagers named the serpent, Naga Pulau Berjuang, which was believed to have lived at a spot now known as Tanjung Basi on Pulau Perhentian Besar. This serpent is said to have plunged into the sea to battle another huge serpent which had threatened the island’s existence. A tract on a hill on the island called “Jalan Naga” by the villagers is believed to have been created by the first serpent.

The irony today is that snakes on the island are believed to be non-poisonous. The villagers believe that an extract from the root of a herb (akar cina putih) on the island which can be used as an antidote for snake bites have scared away the poisonous snakes and this is why they are not found on the island.

Perhentian Island Resort;
4.  Economy: These islands of 2,000 people, most of them fishermen, are popular with local and international visitors and are a major contributor to Terengganu’s tourism industry. There are more than 20 resorts on Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil, among them being.

4.  History: Pulau Perhentian had its first residents in the late 18th century. The earliest settlement is believed to be in Teluk Dalam, near a canal named Alur Cina. The pioneer settlers are be­lieved to be Batin Mina and his family from Riau in the Malay Archipelago. They are said to have taken refuge on Chinese junks to escape Dutch authorities who wanted him for attacks on European merchant ships. Batin Mina became chief of Pulau Perhentian and upon his death, his position was taken over by his younger brother, Batin Jamal. Batin Jamal later moved to Kuala Besut and set up a new settlement in Pasir Hantu on Pulau Perhentian Kecil. However, not all of his followers follwed him to Pasir Hantu. A number of them went to Pulau Perhentian Besar and lived in Seberang Air Keruh, Seberang Mat Daham, Batu Jong, and Teluk Pauh. The last of the Batin chiefs was Batin Sidek who died in the early 1990s. Since his demise, Pulau Perhentian has had the ketua kampung as village head.

  • Coral View Island Resort;
  • Tropical Reef;
  • Paradise Island Resort; and
  • Arwana Perhentian Eco Resort and Chalet.

Visitors to Pulau Perhentian can only visit for only 6 months a year from March to August, as the waves are strong and dangerous, particularly during the northeast monsoon. The peak tourism season is from May to July when visitors arrive for activities like angling, scuba diving, jungle trekking, and snorkeling. The island’s residents have benefited as they are paid for lodging and boats for angling and snorkeling. Like Besut, people here generally speak Kelantanese Malay. Other than the owners and staff of the numerous cabin-style resorts that dot the islands (many of whom depart for the monsoon season), the islands’ only permanent inhabitants live in a small fishing village on Perhentian Kecil. There are facilities like a school, clinic, and police beat base on the island. With the exception of a single mainland-communications tower on each island, there are no structures taller than 2 storeys.

5.  Turtle conservation: Pulau Perhentian is home to a significant turtle-nesting population. Once home to hundreds of nesting Green and Hawksbill turtles, the islands now receive only about 300 nestings per year, partly due to frequent oil spills from oil production platforms and oil tankers owned by Petronas, located not too far away. The Department of Fisheries is running a turtle hatchery on the islands to help readdress the declining turtle populations. “Help Our Penyu” (HOPE), a non-profit organization, is complementing the government’s efforts by protecting two beaches on Perhentian Besar, as well as educating visiting tourists around the islands. If you want to help the turtle conservation efforts whilst visiting the Perhentian islands, you can join the “Help Our Penyus” volunteer program which accepts new volunteers every Monday.…


Pulau Perhentian

Pulau Perhentian is tagged the 13th most beautiful island in the world. It is a major contributor to Terengganu’s tourism industry.
Location map of Pulau Perhentian
South Beach, Perhentian Besar.

Pulau Perhentian (Perhentian Islands) lies some 19 kilometers (12 mi) off the the coast of the northeastern state of Terengganu, approx. 64 kilometers (40 mi) south of the Thai border.

In the old days, cargo vessels ferrying salt from Singora in southern Thailand to Kuala Terengganu used the island for stopovers. This is why the island is known as “Pulau Perhentian” (“Stopover Island”).[2] During World War II, the Japanese used the island to stage their attack on Malaya and other Southeast Asian countries.[2] The Perhentian Islands is now under the control of the Pulau Redang National Marine Park, which means that fishing, collecting coral, and littering are strictly prohibited.

2.  Geography: Surrounded by 20 smaller islands, the 2 main Perhentian islands are Perhentian Besar (“Big Stopover”) and Perhentian Kecil (“Small Stopover”). Both islands are fringed by white sand beach and reefs, with its crystal-clear water hosting a wide variety of coral, sea-turtles, jellyfish, small sharks, and reef-fish. Pasir Panjang (Long Beach) is a sandy beach, located at Perhentian Kecil. The islands’ maximum elevation is approx. 100 m (328 ft) and are uniformly covered in coastal tropical jungle, with few interior foot-trails and no roads. The much smaller, uninhabited Pulau Susu Dara (Virgin Milk), Pulau Serenggeh, and Pulau Rawa lie off Perhentian Kecil.

3.  Legend: Pulau Perhentian has an interesting legend that claims that the island was once protected by a large serpent.[2] Villagers named the serpent, Naga Pulau Berjuang, which was believed to have lived at a spot now known as Tanjung Basi on Pulau Perhentian Besar. This serpent is said to have plunged into the sea to battle another huge serpent which had threatened the island’s existence. A tract on a hill on the island called “Jalan Naga” by the villagers is believed to have been created by the first serpent.

The irony today is that snakes on the island are believed to be non-poisonous. The villagers believe that an extract from the root of a herb (akar cina putih) on the island which can be used as an antidote for snake bites have scared away the poisonous snakes and this is why they are not found on the island.

4.  Economy: These islands of 2,000 people, most of them fishermen, are popular with local and international visitors and are a major contributor to Terengganu’s tourism industry. There are more than 20 resorts on Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil, among them being:4.  History: [2] Pulau Perhentian had its first residents in the late 18th century. The earliest settlement is believed to be in Teluk Dalam, near a canal named Alur Cina. The pioneer settlers are be­lieved to be Batin Mina and his family from Riau in the Malay Archipelago. They are said to have taken refuge on Chinese junks to escape Dutch authorities who wanted him for attacks on European merchant ships. Batin Mina became chief of Pulau Perhentian and upon his death, his position was taken over by his younger brother, Batin Jamal. Batin Jamal later moved to Kuala Besut and set up a new settlement in Pasir Hantu on Pulau Perhentian Kecil. However, not all of his followers follwed him to Pasir Hantu. A number of them went to Pulau Perhentian Besar and lived in Seberang Air Keruh, Seberang Mat Daham, Batu Jong, and Teluk Pauh. The last of the Batin chiefs was Batin Sidek who died in the early 1990s. Since his demise, Pulau Perhentian has had the ketua kampung as village head.

  • Perhentian Island Resort;
  • Coral View Island Resort;
  • Tropical Reef;
  • Paradise Island Resort; and
  • Arwana Perhentian Eco Resort and Chalet.

Visitors to Pulau Perhentian can only visit for only 6 months a year from March to August, as the waves are strong and dangerous, particularly during the northeast monsoon. The peak tourism season is from May to July when visitors arrive for activities like angling, scuba diving, jungle trekking, and snorkeling. The island’s residents have benefited as they are paid for lodging and boats for angling and snorkeling. Like Besut, people here generally speak Kelantanese Malay. Other than the owners and staff of the numerous cabin-style resorts that dot the islands (many of whom depart for the monsoon season), the islands’ only permanent inhabitants live in a small fishing village on Perhentian Kecil. There are facilities like a school, clinic, and police beat base on the island. With the exception of a single mainland-communications tower on each island, there are no structures taller than 2 storeys.

5.  Turtle conservation: Pulau Perhentian is home to a significant turtle-nesting population. Once home to hundreds of nesting Green and Hawksbill turtles, the islands now receive only about 300 nestings per year, partly due to frequent oil spills from oil production platforms and oil tankers owned by Petronas, located not too far away. The Department of Fisheries is running a turtle hatchery on the islands to help readdress the declining turtle populations. “Help Our Penyu” (HOPE), a non-profit organization, is complementing the government’s efforts by protecting two beaches on Perhentian Besar, as well as educating visiting tourists around the islands. If you want to help the turtle conservation efforts whilst visiting the Perhentian islands, you can join the “Help Our Penyus” volunteer program which accepts new volunteers every Monday.…


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