A Tropical December in Malaysia

Rate this post December is usually the favourite month of many, as families begin their school holidays, get ready to go on their year-end vacations, and celebrate the new year and the festivities. The festive mood is definitely “on” in Malaysia and you’ll find lots to do to mark the last month of the year. […]

A TROPICAL DECEMBER IN MALAYSIA

Rate this post December is usually the favourite month of many, as families begin their school holidays, get ready to go on their year-end vacations, and celebrate the new year and the festivities. The festive mood is definitely “on” in Malaysia and you’ll find lots to do to mark the last month of the year. […]

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

Rate this post 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 […]

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Rate this post Just like London’s four-faced time tower, Malaysia has a possess time building to exaggerate of though with a time on usually one side, of course. Nevertheless, that doesn’t make a time building any unsound though instead, a time building substantially has some-more stress to scream about as it is situated beside a […]

Festivals and celebrations in Malaysia

Rate this post Tweet Tweet Malaysia has a series of festivals and celebrations,  many of that are possibly eremite or informative in origin, and are swathed in traditions and rituals. Malaysia. A nation where one can knowledge a crowd of informative celebrations and festivals, as good as, and many importantly, good food(!) all year round. […]