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Local time in Malaysia has been adjusted a total of eight times throughout history: in 1932, clocks were advanced by 20 minutes to “lengthen” daylight; in 1941, the time was sped up another ten minutes; in 1942, it was fast forwarded another two hours to follow Tokyo’s time; in 1945, they reversed the clocks to the time observed in 1941, and finally, on 1 January 1982, Tun Dr.
Mahathir decided to push the time forward by 30 minutes to sync up with Sabah and Sarawak.
Here’s another fun fact about Borneo: it is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world. ), the longest King Cobra in the world was caught alive in Port Dickson in April 1937. 12) The General Elections coincided with the World Cup five times We don’t know if it’s a coincidence, but the first five General Elections after the formation of Barisan Nasional in 1973 fall on a World Cup year: 1974 (Germany), 1978 (Argentina), 1982 (Spain), 1986 (Mexico) and 1990 (Italy).
9) The world’s largest underground cave chamber is located in Sarawak The Sarawak Chamber in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak boasts the world’s largest underground cave chamber. The coincidence ended the very next General Elections, when Malaysia went to the polls a year later than the 1994 World Cup.
In the end, Tunku opted to use the Perak State Anthem, titled “Allah Lanjutkan Usia Sultan”, as the national anthem.
Together with a Panel of Judges, Tunku wrote the new lyrics for “Negaraku”.
4) Malaysia’s first national service experiment was 50 years ago The three-month National Service Training Programme officially started in 2003, but did you know that Malaysia’s very first ‘experiment’ with the national service programme took place more than 50 years ago?
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Famous ‘Old Frees’ – a term used for its alumni – include the likes of Malaysia’s first Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman, local screen legend Tan Sri P. 8) Borneo is the third largest island in the world With an area spanning more than 743,000 km2, the Borneo Island – made up of Sabah-Sarawak, Brunei and Indonesia – is the third largest island in the world, after Greenland and New Guinea. 11) The world’s longest ever King Cobra was caught in Malaysia Speaking of long things (ahem! But that’s not the end of the story: when it was transferred to the London Zoo, it grew to 5.71 meters long.