• 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...
  • Kota Seriemas Golf & Country Club

    Kota Seriemas Golf & Country Club lies about 45 minutes outside of KLCC area and opened up in October 2016 The course landscape is designed according to the “Colours of The Forest” and on first arrival the whole complex is more than impressive. You drive up and are met by...
  • Mercato welcomes you to a whole new experience. May 2017

    We were invited to the newly refurbished store at Pavilion Shopping Mall to see how the new Mercato looks like. To be fair we didn’t know what to expect. It’s a supermarket, a grocery store, what is there to attract attention? Does it really need an official opening? It...
  • Crown Relocations: Our new partner

    We are proud to welcome to our platform, and present to our community, our new partner Crown Relocations. Crown Relocations provides professional packing, transportation, destination and immigration services, as well as employee and family support, to assist people relocating internationally or domestically. Relocation presents challenges to all concerned. Crown’s...
  • Moving to Malaysia from the USA

      Being an expat can be an exciting, educational and fun way to live. When thinking about the various changes that expats may make on a day to day basis during a move to a new country, as well as the cost of living they may face during a...
  • Malaysia second-most vacation deprived country, survey shows

    KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 17— Malaysia has been ranked second highest in a global survey on vacation deprivation that showed 67 per cent of Malaysian workers wanting more downtime. The 2016 Vacation Deprivation study by online travel site Expedia.com revealed that Malaysians only take a median of 12 out of...
  • There’s a small, charming town near Ipoh that’s rich in biodiversity

    Ever wondered what it is like to go on an adventure in the stillness of the predawn hours? Some 35km from Ipoh lies a hidden gem of unparalleled beauty, a place rich in biodiversity – the rustic town of Malim Nawar, a township once famed for tin mining and...
  • Malaysia’s comedy veteran Harith Iskander crowned ‘funniest person in the world’

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s stand-up comedy king Harith Iskander, 50, has been judged as the world’s funniest person in a contest held in Helsinki, Finland on Saturday (Dec 10). Harith, who was announced the champion of Laugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World 2016 competition, laughed his way ahead of...
  • South Korea’s new super trains may be more convenient than domestic air travel

    On a small peninsula just over 100,000 square kilometers in area, Korea’s vastly extensive railways have made domestic flying a virtually unnecessary expense and hassle. Since 2005, the country’s railways have been dominated by Korail, which has been running competition-free over the past decade. However, all that is set...
  • ‘Star Wars’ fans get early Christmas gift with ‘Rogue One’

    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, fans had to wait years between “Star Wars” movies — but the space saga is back with the most hotly-anticipated spin-off in cinema history. Just 12 months after “The Force Awakens” shattered numerous box office records, Lucasfilm is unleashing...
  • 6 Scenic spots in Malaysia every Instagrammer should visit

    Fancy yourself a professional Instagrammer with a penchant for posting three, four, ten images a day of everything that goes on around you? Then you’re probably the type to visually document your holidays or your road trips. When it comes to unforgettable scenic places, Southeast Asia takes the cake....
  • Urban forest

    The KL Forest Eco-Park, the only virgin tropical rain forest left in KL, offers a respite from the city’s hustle and bustle, writes Laveda Charles. A NATURAL forest is like a drop of fresh air in a concrete jungle. Surrounded by high-rise buildings in Kuala Lumpur city centre, KL...