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    Hari Raya Puasa means “Day of Celebration” is an important religious festival celebrated by the Muslims in Singapore and Malaysia. This...
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    Kuala Lumpur offers world’s cheapest city accommodation

    The Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur has the cheapest average accommodation costs worldwide, while Monte Carlo is calculated as the most expensive. London was found to be 15th most costly for overall stays in a study of overnight accommodation in more than 200 cities. Online booking platform Campsy compared the price of hostels with various grades of hotels and peer-to-peer accommodation services such as Airbnb and Homeaway. Hostel prices in Kuala Lumpur were found to start at £6.29 a night with peer-to-peer rooms at £48.61 compared with a room at a five star hotel at £220.05. London hostel rates...
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    Bargain Basement – By de-cluttering your life, you’re saving someone else’s

    ‘Bargain Basement is a retail establishment run by IOI’s foundation, Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng where we sell used goods donated by members of the public at low prices, with 100% profits then being donated to help the less fortunate. Further details can be found at the following link:www.bargainbasement.com.my By de-cluttering your life, you’re saving someone else’s.’ Our proceeds have been given to 6 local charities in support of their homes for the well being of the children. The homes that have received our proceeds to date are : Yayasan Seribu Harapan Malaysia Pertubuhan Kristian Aman, Selangor (Rumah...
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    Malaysia Formula 1 may return if racing improves, says Sepang International Circuit

    The Malaysian Grand Prix may return if the sport can be “revived” to bring the excitement it once had, Sepang International Circuit (SIC) said. SIC chief executive Datuk Razlan Razali said if the new owners of Formula 1 were able to make this happen, the sport could continue to operate in Malaysia. “If it ticks all the boxes, we will take it back. We want to see how exciting F1 is again. The new owners need to take back control of F1 and the racing,” he was quoted as saying in Motorsport.com. Razali said racing has become less exciting...
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