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Tag Archives: Empurau

Approves RM4.5mil For Research On Empurau

Government Approves RM4.5mil For Research On Empurau BETONG: The Federal Government has approved RM4.5mil for research on the empurau (Malaysian Mahseer), a freshwater fish that is almost extinct in Sarawak. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced this at a meet-the-people session held at the futsal court in Spaoh town, about 50km from here yesterday. “This is to enable ... Read More »

Kelah Is The “King” Of Fish In The Kuala Tahan Sanctuary

KUALA TAHAN – Do you know that the “king” of the river fish – the “kelah” or Golden Mahseer – takes three years to grow to a size of three kilogramme? To grow to eight kg would take some 40 years, depending on its environment and food sources. The kelah (scientific name “Tor Tombroides“) which is also known as the ... Read More »

Ikan Empurau @ Kelah Sarawak

Ikan Empurau @ Kelah Sarawak The Most Expensive Fish IPOH, PERAK: Empurau, “??? (unforgettable)” in Chinese, is known as the most expensive fish in the country as its prices can reach as high as RM1800 per kilogram in Kuala Lumpur. How could the diners ever forget about it? A restaurant in Ipoh had also sold an empurau weighted 1kg at ... Read More »

Hidangan Ikan Empurau Ikan Termahal Dihidangkan Di Hotel Promenade

KOTA KINABALU September 7, 2011: Hotel Promenade Kota Kinabalu akan menjadi hotel pertama di Sabah yang menghidangkan makanan ikan air tawar yang termahal di negara ini iaitu ikan yang dikenali sebagai ‘Empurau’ atau ‘Wang Pu Liao’. Pengurus Besar Hotel Promenade Kota Kinabalu, Alex Cham Nyit Vun berkata ikan ini hanya terdapat di Sungai Rejang Sarawak. Katanya, jika nama ikan itu ... Read More »

The Most Expensive Fresh Water Fish

Previously we have posted about the infamous ‘Empurau’ fish in mandarin, but up until now I still do not have the time to compile my research on the fish that we did. So to make things easy for those who do not read mandarin you may go to this link to an article which was published by The Star click ... Read More »