Did you know that every 7th of July is George Town World Heritage Day? It is in celebration of the day George Town was designated as one of the World Heritages, back in 7th July 2008. Since then, various festivals and events are held to celebrate this honourable recognition! Unfortunately, this year’s festival had to […]
Perlis may be the smallest state in Malaysia, but it boasts many attractions that appeal to a variety of travellers for many good reasons. Instead of flocking the capital city and the usual urban trappings, why not take the road less travelled and venture out to this northernmost state in Peninsular Malaysia?
Are you running out of ideas on how to spend your free time during this Conditioned Movement Control Order (CMCO)? How about reconnecting with our local art that you’re most probably familiar with, but never knew you could actually try for yourselves? I’m talking about our beloved Malaysian batik! Sit back, relax, and meditate with […]
- Celebrations , Culture , Family , Food , Kelantan , Melaka , Negeri Sembilan , Pahang , Penang , Sabah , Terengganu
Kuih lapis, seri muka, tepung pelita; you have tried them all. Malaysian kuihs come in all forms, tastes and colours. With so many varieties to complement your main dishes or even just as snacks to enjoy with your Teh Tarik come tea time, there is always one that is perfect for every occasion. While the more common ones like onde-onde and kuih ketayap are ubiquitous across states in Malaysia, some are unique and are only popular in a few states or localities. As we celebrate Ramadan at home this year, here are a few you can try making for Iftar or Moreh!
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Legends and myths exist for a reason. Some may say, it’s just a way for our ancestors to entertain themselves, or it might just be a prank. But there are professionals out there who went all out to bare the secrets of tales and legends. Thanks to them, tourism based on legends, myths and histories […]
- Activities , Arts & Craft , Buildings , Culture , Family , History , Kelantan , Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia , Melaka , Museums/Gallery , Perak , Sarawak , Uncategorized
Have you been planning an elaborate list of places-to-go during this Movement Control Order? Are there any museums listed? If there aren’t, there should be! Although, there are more than 130 museums to choose from in Malaysia. Fret not and allow us to highlight some of the less-common museums with admission fees no more than […]
*Follow our latest updates on COVID-19 situation in Malaysia HERE Are there any coffee aficionados out there? Because this post is for you! We are going on a virtual tour of local coffees around Malaysia, from the locals’ favourite ‘kopi’, to the bigger local coffee franchises. Malaysia’s ‘kopi’ is known for its unique aroma and […]
Durian. Ah, just the name alone can send shivers down the spine. (For most Malaysians, at least!) Affectionately hailed as the King of Fruits in Southeast Asia, its reputation of having the most pungent (read: aromatic) smell is well-advertised worldwide. As the smell is not agreeable to some, many hotels and establishments forbid this notorious […]
There are many races in Malaysia including Malays, Chinese, Indians and others. Together, Malaysians live in peace, harmony and love, and everybody is free to practise their own belief and customs. As a result, Malaysians enjoy many different celebrations and traditions which is a sign of respect and openness, practised by all. This is what […]
The Year 2020 promises to be an eventful one in Malaysia. In line with Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020), various events have been planned and will take place across states nationwide. Capitalising on the opportunity to introduce the smorgasbord of attractions they can offer, some states have announced their campaigns for 2020 including Penang, Johor and […]
simple fact is that first trip to the big game for the Seahawks (15 3) given that they lost to Pittsburgh after the 2005 season 恋夜秀场资讯
Moments after Richard Sherman tipped Colin Kaepernick's pass to teammate Malcolm Smith for the clinching interception, The All Pro cornerback jumped to stands behind the end zone 第一坊视频平台
, Saluting the Seahawks' raucous enthusiasts. With 12th Man flags waving wherever, but also "manhattan, idaho" Blaring over the speakers 恋夜秀场
, CenturyLink Field rocked like never before.
Steven Hauschka then knocked his third field goal 恋夜秀场论坛
, And Smith intercepted in the end zone on the 49ers' final thing.