1964: Anne Dacey served in Malaysia in Tenghilan, Bundu Tuhan beginning in 1964

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1964: Anne Dacey served in Malaysia in Tenghilan, Bundu Tuhan beginning in 1964

1964: Anne Dacey served in Malaysia in Tenghilan, Bundu Tuhan beginning in 1964

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Anne Dacey can be contacted at dlucasaunmdedu

Country of Service: Malaysia

Training Group: Sabah/Sarawak IV

Cities you served in: Tenghilan, Bundu Tuhan

Arrival Year: 1964

Departure Year: 1968

Work Description:

ESL teacher

Originally posted: April 5, 2004

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By David (202-156-12-10.cache.maxonline.com.sg - on Friday, August 10, 2007 - 9:00 pm: Edit Post

I was born in Tenghilan of Tuaran district once upon a time. In 1964 I was schooling in Tuaran primary school & in 1968 I was schooling in KK while my family in Tenghilan town area. My fourth brother is still staying in Tenghilan tiny town area. There were only a row of 8 wooden shops & they are still standing right there now.I am doubtful about the picture taken & shown here was one of Tenghilan scene because they had never been in that neatly lined up or arranged as far as I can remember. I hope I am mistaken. Soon I will be going visiting my birth place again. I am very sentimental about Tenghilan but have lost touch for many years.

By David ( on Tuesday, July 22, 2008 - 6:06 pm: Edit Post

I am not sure where is Bundu Tuhan? What I can remember that in 1964 the bazaar or Tamu in Tenghilan could not be possibly like that. What I mean are: the people, the way they arranged the goods, the kind of stuffs they are selling & the way they dressed & the bare flat ground.

By Ann Merin ( on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:44 am: Edit Post

hai...i was born at Tenghilan too...still staying there till now...got education at sk.pekan Tenghilan from 88 to 93...then further studied at KK then to Kedah then Sarawak and now work at Tenom...even my family still at Kg.Bunga Tenghilan but i never been to Bundu Tuhan...i guess its near to Tamparuli than Tuaran..Anyway Tenghilan still a tiny Town...im still thinking why the road had been construct in high level and its make the tiny town of tenghilan almost gone....so stupid who change it....maybe the person never know that there is a monument in the middle of the tiny town....

By tulun dot Tenghilan ( on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 - 9:52 pm: Edit Post

The photo looks like the pasar in Kelantan not in Tenghilan. I was born in Tenghilan and still living there. I love Tenghilan.

By Anne Dacey-Lucas ( on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 - 4:49 am: Edit Post

I quite agree with those posting re the photo of the tamu in Tenghilan.. It doesn't seem right to me though I was there a long time ago and it has no doubt changed-if there even still IS a tamu there.
I did NOT post the photo and have no idea who did.

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