• Food,  Living

    Malaysia’s Top 10 Theme Eateries

    It is a well known fact that we Malaysians love our food. Some food entrepreneurs have taken this love to the next level, with creative themes that give their cafes a unique identity. If you need some ideas on where to hang out this weekend, check out Malaysia’s Top 10 Theme Eateries, as voted by you! 1) Chemistry Café+Lab Who said test-tubes and beakers wouldn’t be useful after school? This is one lab that isn’t just for science geeks. Located in Shah Alam, Chemistry Cafe is inspired by all the things you may find in a laboratory, which means you can expect your drinks to be served in scientific apparatus,…

  • Career & Money,  Living

    Cost Of Living In Malaysia VS Singapore

    Some people say it’s much cheaper to live and work in Malaysia, while in Singapore the cost of living is so high that you’d practically need to take out a personal loan just to survive for a couple of months. But is that really true? Read this infographic to find out more about cost of living in these two country. Brought to you by Loanstreet.

  • Living,  Travel

    7 Things Only Spontaneous Travelers Will Understand

    As Paulo Coelho famously said, “If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it’s lethal.” Are you itching to jump on a plane while you read this? No worries, we understand. Here are 7 things only last-minute spontaneous travelers like you will understand: 1. You’re always good to go Whatever the time of day, wherever you are, you can pack up a small bag in mere minutes and have your travel gear ready to go. Your schedule always has room for flexibility and carefree ‘last minute’ changes. That’s just the way you roll. Your friends think you have commitment issues but it’s all about experiences folks. 2. You’re a ninja…

  • Living,  Love & Sex

    Malaysians Spend The Most On Their Wives And Husbands

    Valentines Day is around the corner and netizens are clamoring to buy gifts and plan romantic dinners for their loved ones. If you ever wondered how much people usually spend on gifts or dinners for their loved ones, we have the answer for you right here. How Much Do Malaysians Spend On Their Loved Ones Based on a recent survey by Rakuten, Malaysians spend the most on their spouses, followed by fiances and fiancee and finally their girlfriends or boyfriends. P.S.: If you’re slightly price sensitive due to overspending before Chinese New Year, Rakuten has a 5x Rakuten Super Point-back programme, a 5% rebate on everything purchased on Rakuten, with no limit on the purchase…

  • Living,  Love & Sex

    [Infographic] 11 Strange And Wonderful Ways Valentines Day Is Celebrated Around The World

    In Japan, MEN are the ones who receive gifts on February 14. French women will burn photos of the men who rejected them. While most of us are used to romantic dinners and exchanging gifts with our partners, Valentines Day is celebrated a little differently in cultures around the world. In some nationalities, men send anonymous poems to women. While another gifts each other “love spoons”. Check out the infographic below to see how different nationalities celebrate this day of love: Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3418795/In-Japan-s-MEN-treated-France-women-burn-pictures-spurn-Infographic-reveals-Valentine-s-Day-traditions-world.html#ixzz3z5INIXOy Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  • Living,  Travel

    9 Of The Most Colourful Places On Earth

    Planning your next holiday? Here are some of the most beautiful places that you should consider adding to your bucket list… 1. Hitsujiyama Park, Japan From mid-April to early May , 400,000 pink moss phloxes carpet the hill as colourful harbingers of spring. 2. Tulip Fields, Netherlands Throughout spring, over 7 million bulbs of tulip, daffodil and hyacinth bloom into a stunning and precise array of colors. 3. Lavender Fields, France Visit Provence in the summer months to stroll through the rolling fields of Lavender. 4. Lake Retba, Senegal This bubblegum-colored lake gets it’s otherworld-ly hue from a human-friendly bacteria that thrives in the salty waters. The lake has different shades of pink depending on the season…

  • Living

    10 Things You Didn’t Know About Malaysia’s Car Number Plate

    We see car number plates everyday on the road, but how many of us know all about it? Before we start, let’s get ourselves familiar with the registration prefix of each states: A – Perak | B – Selangor | C – Pahang | D – Kelantan | J – Johor | K – Kedah | M – Malacca | N – Negeri Sembilan | P – Penang | R – Perlis | T – Terengganu | W – Kuala Lumpur | Langkawi (KV) | L- Labuan | Q – Sarawak | S – Sabah | Putrajaya – Putrajaya 1) Did you know certain alphabetical letters are omitted from our…

  • Events,  Living

    TLC Festival 2015: Afternoon With The Fabulous Baker Brothers

    TLC held their first ever festival – TLC Festival 2015 – here in Setia Alam Park, Shah Alam, yesterday (Nov 22, 2015) presented by Watsons. The festival was full of fun things to do, things to eat and stuff to buy.. Although, it had rain earlier, turning the field into a giant puddle of mud. It did not stop festival goers or the organizers from making the best out of the day! The highlight of the festival was the demonstration from TLC’s Fabulous Baker BrothersTom and Henry Herbert. The two stars of the television show had a little cook off session with several children from the House of Joy, the…

  • Events,  Living

    Win A 2 Night Stay At Koh Samui

    Win a holiday for you and a loved one at Monsoon Beach, Koh Samui with HotelQuickly! HotelQuickly, a last-minute hotel booking app, will be raffling a two-night stay at Monsoon Beach Villas on the Thai island of Koh Samui. How To Join: New users on the app can join the contest from Dec. 21, 2015 to Jan. 8, 2016 by redeeming the code ‘WINHOTEL’. Each participant will also receive a 20% discount from HotelQuickly to book a hotel of their choice. During this period, first-time bookings made using the promo code will also earn 3 times the normal number of BPoints. Find more information about the contest here. Download the HotelQuickly app from…

  • Food,  Living

    Plate Culture (Review) @ Mun Wei’s My Hakka Kitchen

    A cozy home setting, friendly people and good home cooked food. Would I recommend Plate Culture to you guys? Read on to find out: I had not heard of Plate Culture previously. But perusing their website I was intrigued. They have a good variety of cuisines to choose from; all prepared by home chefs that open the doors to their homes. From traditional Hakka to Malay as well as Western cuisines are offered. Some even offer cooking classes for you to learn about the cuisine. PlateCulture aims at connecting people who love cooking and hosting with people who love eating. “Social Dinning At Local Foodies’ Houses” They operate in several…