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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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omg 'sua ku oh' it's been ages gps map set up in kch swk. dun think ang mo everything is better la!!!

Posted on: 2006/12/9 10:51
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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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really?? like that i need goto find 1 for my puppies. so next time she lost i can found her easily ..hahahhaa

Posted on: 2006/12/9 15:05
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awesome links... i came here to find out if east malaysia were covered by gps yet, and that came in handy.

maybe one of you guys can answer this ...

if i were to use my gps unit in kuching... which software will i need? I understand tomtom do not current support malaysia, so is it just mapking and mio? What other software should i keep an eye on?

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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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There is even no street directory for Kuching. I don't think there will be any digital map. Yuo have to drive with somebody who know the way.

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Hi Simpson,

All i've been able to find is this one.
http://www.mapasia.com/AD/BetaMapKingSingaporeWestMalaysia.htm

From what i understand, the streets are there, just that some of them don't have names yet. Should be interesting anyhow... i'm sure eventually the good people of kuching will contribute names to this list and hopefully they'll be a full listing.

Posted on: 2007/7/12 11:05
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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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GPS is for sissies. Just like asking for directions is for sissies too.

Getting lost and dying builds character.

Posted on: 2007/7/12 12:31
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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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Quote:

ian wrote:
GPS is for sissies. Just like asking for directions is for sissies too.

Getting lost and dying builds character.


ahahahahahahahahahahahahah

you sure got a lot of character... does this mean you owez get lost?

Posted on: 2007/7/12 17:12
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Re: My New Toy - GPS Nav
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yeah well you try finding your way around a city you don't even know :) i'm lost as it is even in my home city of adelaide, let alone kuching where i've never been to.

Posted on: 2007/7/12 17:57
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Dear Howie... even if you have GPS locator device in kch... u will still get lost cos the roads constantly update... but the maps do not get updated XD

as long as the papermaps and road signs available.. should be too hard to find your way... i never got lost in brisbane or any place in QLD b4...

Posted on: 2007/7/12 19:38
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ah i see.. you know before the age of gps's, i used to use a road map book going back to 1981 haha :) my dad gave it to me when i first got my license. my expression when i was looking at highways which weren't on the map were classics.

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