Synonyms for inanam or Related words with inanam

tuaran              menggatal              penampang              putatan              keningau              sugut              julau              tamparuli              matang              kawang              nabawan              saratok              pensiangan              bintangor              sadong              tambunan              rahang              beluran              kundasang              telipok              sarikei              belaga              lawas              gedong              selangau              tebedu              kemena              kanowit              langkap              ranau              gadong              lubuk              labuk              temiang              tasek              kramat              pakan              tebing              malinau              wetan              papar              moyog              tenom              siburan              mukah              dudong              pujut              sibuti              marudi              labang             



Examples of "inanam"
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Karambunai, Gudon, Inanam Laut, Likas Baru, Likas Darat, Kampong Likas, Taman Indah Permai, Bangka-Bangka, Kurol Melangi, Darau, Warisan, Rampayan, Kibagu, Telipok Laut, Telipok Darat, Tobobon, Kokol, Menggatal, Pulutan, Inanam Darat, Poring-Poring, Kolam Ayer, Cenderakasih, Pekan Inanam, Bantayan.
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Karambunai, Gudon, Inanam Laut, Likas Baru, Likas Darat, Kampong Likas, Taman Indah Permai, Bangka-Bangka, Kurol Melangi, Darau, Warisan, Telipok Laut, Telipok Darat, Tobobon, Kokol, Menggatal, Pulutan, Inanam Darat, Poring-Poring, Kolam Ayer, Cenderakasih, Pekan Inanam, Bantayan.
OKK Majimbun Majangkin is known as one of the key player in Inanam development. During the World War II, Inanam is also the base where the Kinabalu Guerillas led by Albert Kwok actively operating to fight the Japanese.
Kota Kinabalu City (North) Bus Terminal is located in Inanam which become part of the BRT Kota Kinabalu.
Consequently, 20 teachers and a number of students of Form 5 and Upper Form 6 from SMKA Limauan joined this school on 3 January 1989, while the school, which was known as SMK Inanam, was renamed as SMKA Inanam. It was renamed once again to SMKA Tun Ahmadshah on 9 September 2009 in commemoration of the then Governor of Sabah, Ahmadshah Abdullah.
2004–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Karambunai, Gudon, Inanam Laut, Likas Baru, Likas Darat, Kampong Likas, Taman Indah Permai, Bangka-Bangka, Kurol Melangi, Darau, Warisan.
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Tun Ahmadshah (formerly known as SMKA Inanam) is a religious school in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. The school was established in 1988.
Inanam is a town and sub-district of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia. It is situated 10 kilometres from the city centre.
Mat Salleh was born in Inanam. His father was Datu Balu, a traditional leader in Inanam and a member of the Suluk community. His mother was of Bajau descent. He had three siblings: Ali, Badin and Bolong. The family moved to Sugut, which unlike Inanam, was in the Company's concession but since the abandonment of its tobacco estates, it had reportedly been "left largely to its own devices", and enjoyed relative autonomy. There, Datu Bulu assumed a local leadership position along part of the Sugut River on the eastern coast of North Borneo.
2016–present: The constituency contains the polling districts of Karambunai, Gudon, Inanam Laut, Likas Baru, Likas Darat, Kampong Likas, Taman Indah Permai, Bangka-Bangka, Kurol Melangi, Darau, Warisan, Rampayan, Kibagu.
Active outreach towards the Bumiputra actually began in 1974, when two zealous members from the congregation at Inanam, Chong Yun Leong and Paul Chung, first launched the campaign of "Preaching the Gospel to the Natives." This ministry was first sponsored by the congregation at Inanam. A sub-committee was formed to plan strategy and raise funds for the mission. In June 1975, Gasin Guntidong, a young Kadazandusun, was engaged to do surveys in the villages. Mission began to reach out to the Kadazandusun living in the Inanam and Menggatal areas. In July, 1975, the first Sunday service in Bahasa Malaysia was conducted at the old BCCM Inanam church building with an attendance of 16 people. The outreach was stepped up and many villages like Kg. Kokol, Kg. Piniang, Kg. Binaung, Kg. Munsiang, were reached. In July, 1976, the first Bumiputra chapel was built at Kampung Peniang. The first baptism service for the Kadazandusuns was held on Ascension Day of 1976 with 76 persons baptized.
With the increase in the number of immigrant Hakka settlers from China, other congregations were organised in places and settlements like Kudat (1901), Papar (1903), Jesselton (1904), Sandakan (1907), Beaufort (1910), Tenom (1912), and Inanam (1914). The Basel Christians also pioneered formal Chinese language education in the territory when the first Chinese school was established in Kudat in 1886.
Tremors were also felt in Tambunan, Tuaran, Kota Kinabalu, Inanam, Kota Belud, Kota Marudu, Kudat, Likas, Penampang, Putatan, Kinarut, Papar, Beaufort, Keningau, Beluran, Sandakan, Kunak, Tawau in Sabah and as far afield as Federal Territory of Labuan, Lawas, Limbang and Miri in Sarawak as well as Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei.
The division is divided into the districts of Ranau, Kota Belud, Tuaran, Penampang, Papar, and the state capital Kota Kinabalu. The main towns are as in the names of the districts, plus other towns including Putatan, Inanam, Telipok, Tamparuli, and Kinarut.
Majimbun was elected to federal Parliament in the 2004 election for the seat of Sepanggar. SAPP was a member of the governing Barisan Nasional coalition until it left in 2008, which Majimbun claimed gave him more freedom to represent his constituents. In the 2013 election, Majimbun contested the Sabah State Legislative Assembly seat of Inanam, but was squeezed into third place behind candidates from the two major national coalitions, the Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat.
The first head of JRDC was the District Officer of Jesselton, Mr. Blow D.S.O whereby the Chief Executive was the Assistant District Officer. The Councillors were all the District Chiefs namely: OKK Laiman Diki bin Siram, Majimbun Majangkim, Tan Pin Hing, Ewan Bin Empok and Ahsai bin Ghani; Chinese Kapitan: Foo Ah Kau (Penampang), Wong Nam Fatt (Telipok), Chin Nyuk (Menggatal), Chin Tsun Yin (Inanam) and Ng Swee Hock (Putatan); Property Owners: Mr. W. C. Collard (Lok Kawi Estate) and Julius Makajil (Penampang).
SMKA Inanam was initiated on 1 January 1988 as a normal secondary school. The first batch of the school consisted of 14 teachers and 455 students led by the first Principal, Mr. Matshah Abdul Hamid. At the end of 1988, a proposal to make this school an Islamic secondary school was moved as the original Islamic secondary school in Ranau was under construction. State Education Department was in favour of such proposal as this school is located strategically near administrative centre.
The Kota Kinabalu City Hall (, abbreviated DBKK) is the city council which administers the city and district of Kota Kinabalu in the state of Sabah, Malaysia. This council was established after the city was officially granted city status on 2 February 2000. Kota Kinabalu was formerly administrated by "Majlis Perbandaran Kota Kinabalu" (MPKK) or the Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council. Their jurisdiction covers an area of 351 square kilometres, encompassing the sub-districts and towns of, among others, Tanjung Aru, Kepayan, Kota Kinabalu city, Luyang, Inanam, Menggatal, Telipok, and Sepanggar.
Regular bus services operate in the city. Aside from buses, minibuses or vans are used as an alternative mode of public transport. There are two main bus terminals in the city centre. The terminal along Tun Razak Road provide bus services to different parts of the city and its outskirts, while the terminal near Bandaran Berjaya provides intercity services to destinations south of the city (Papar, Tenom, Beaufort etc.). A third bus terminal, the North Kota Kinabalu Bus Terminal in Inanam district, services intercity buses heading towards destinations north and north-east of the city (Tuaran, Kudat, Ranau, Sandakan, Tawau, Semporna etc.). Taxis are available throughout the city.
Tun Fuad Stephens Park, located in Bukit Padang, is a popular jogging and hiking spot among locals. It is surrounded by forests and also features a man-made lake. It has a few food stalls and restaurants. Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a State Park consisting of the islands of Sapi, Mamutik, Manukan, Sulug and Gaya. It is a popular spot for snorkelling. The park is about a 15 to 30 minutes boat ride away from the city ferry terminal. Babagon River in Penampang and Kiansom Falls near Inanam are also popular places for picnics and leisure bathing.