Tag Archives: Philippines

13 Things You May Or May Not Know About Malaysia’s Independence

Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman in 1957 August 31 is Hari Merdeka or Malaysia’s Independence Day. Here’s a brief look at Merdeka Day celebrations over the last 59 years and other events that have shaped the nation. 1. Malaysia gained her independence from Great Britain in 1957. Over 20,000 people gathered in Merdeka Square to… Read More »

Beachside escapade

Paradise indeed: A view of Boracay from the island’s highest point in Mt Luho. With a good beaches, Boracay in a Philippines is tough to beat, and a Ambassador In Paradise is a review of choice. BORACAY in a Philippines seems eternally to be in one list or another of a best beaches in a… Read More »

Overall expansion of traveller arrivals Malaysia

Malaysia accessible an altogether expansion of +1.2% traveller arrivals with 9,438,592 tourists for a initial 5 months of 2012 as compared to 9,323,827 for a same duration final year, according to a Tourism Minister, Dato’ Sri Dr. Ng Yen Yen. ASEAN shred still contributed a largest series of tourists to Malaysia with 73.4% of a… Read More »

Joe Flizzow @ Mystical Eve – ENCORP Strand

December 16, 2011 during 2:59 pm Joe Flizzow is an award-winning Malaysian hip bound artist and businessman. He is one half of a internationally eminent Malaysian hip bound duo, Too Phat – a many successful hip bound act to ever emerge from Malaysia. He is also owner and CEO of Kartel Records. President Joe Flizzow… Read More »

Hope Comes A-Floating

October 19, 2011 during 4:30 pm It is not bland that a chairman can exaggerate of vital on house and being a partial of a stately boat for week or a month, what some-more dual years. Unless that particular skeleton to offer in a Navy or has an unconstrained supply of supports that enables them… Read More »