20 Awesome and True Malaysian Breakfasts!

Rate this post Breakfast is not called the most important meal of the day for nothing. With good breakfast, your day can be full of energy to get ready for challenges ahead. Being a multicultural society comes with some gastronomical benefits – Malaysians are incredibly fortunate to have the luxury of eating a wide variety […]

iNyala & REX’s Revival

Rate this post The iconic REX Cinema in Kuala Lumpur – an institution synonym with the 50’s generation – is given a fresher breath with a new look and new role. A big, neo-classical building nestled between Petaling Street, Jalan Sultan and bustling Kotaraya Mall, REX building is now a new icon in the capital, […]

MasterChef Ping Coombes Finds Inspiration for her Malaysian Recipes

Rate this post August 28, 2019 WHEN Malaysian-born Ping Coombes came out with a cookery book, Malaysia, after winning MasterChef UK in 2014, a fan remarked that she should include East Malaysian cuisines of Sabah and Sarawak to complete her repertoire of Malaysian recipes. Point taken, she makes it her mission to embark on a […]

10 Things To Do In Miri

Rate this post August 26, 2019 Miri  is Sarawak’s second largest city and the gateway to the state’s fascinating northeast region. 1.Meet The People A short flight from Miri brings you to Bario, gateway to the Kelabit Highlands, home to the Kelabit people and their large, well preserved longhouses.  Miri is also connected by Twin […]

EXPLORE THE DIVERSITY OF THE SOUTHERN REGION THROUGH HOMESTAYS

Rate this post One of the best ways to get to know the real Malaysia is to live in a homestay in a traditional village or kampung. To think that homestay in Malaysia was originally started by a local lady known as Mak Long Teh back in the 1970s at a village called Kampung Cherating […]