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The Famous Food Night Market in Taipei

Taipei is famous of night markets, these night markets are something similar with Malaysia’s pasar malam. No matter what the Taiwanese do, they always will visit the night market for sure. If you are planning to travel to Taipei. Check out Rao He night market for lots of varieties of foods. Rao He Night Market is the oldest night market in Taipei and it is famous of many types of foods. This...

How to keep a trusty bike…trusty?

Spent thousands on a beautiful bike for that ultimate feeling in bike-riding experience? Here’s the thing: while you enjoy the smooth ride, don’t forget to do three important things to keep that machine in a tip-top condition. We’re talking about CLEAN. LUBE. PROTECT. Each step is important, and each step goes a long way towards keeping your bike the powerful machine it is, just ...

A Classic Guitar Amp

Fender is a legendary brand in the world of rock and roll, and the company is making use of its amp’s iconic appearance for a new set of Bluetooth speakers called the Fender Monterey and Newport. Fender’s amps might only get use from current or budding rockers, but the Fender Monterey and Newport are designed for anyone who appreciates good sound while listening to music. Both the Blue...

WorldHotels Welcomes Third Jin Jiang Property – The Kunlun Jing An

Rebranded from the former Hilton Shanghai, The Kunlun Jing An joins the ranks of WorldHotels and brings the grand total of properties in China to 26 WorldHotels proudly adds the newly rebranded, The Kunlun Jing An, into its portfolio of over 350 independent hotels around the world. The hotel was formerly known as The Hilton Shanghai, and was heralded as one of first international hotel brands to e...

Malaysian’s Holiday Habits Revealed

A study by British Airways has found that Malaysians love their holidays. Sixty-six per cent of the 2,000 respondents said they have taken two or more trips abroad in 2017. The study from the airline, conducted to celebrate its January Special Promotion, has found that while Malaysians value their holidays, five to nine days was the longest period they could afford to take for a holiday abroad in ...

The best thirst quenchers this HOT season

Exploding firecrackers, late nights, lots of good food and lou sangs — and not forgetting ang pow mari-mari! — the Chinese New Year is upon us! Besides the noise, food and the reunions with friends and loved ones, one constant that we have ‘enjoyed’ over the years is the HEAT the season brings. Yup, it’s literally a sizzling HOT time of the year, EVERY YEAR. But rathe...

Authentic Klang Bak Kut Teh with Great Environment

When comes to Authentic Klang Bak Kut Teh, you will definitely be thinking about the old and hot shop without any air-cond or good ventilation with many people queuing up. This is what that has makes us think twice if we wanted to eat Authentic Klang Bak Kut Teh or bringing our friends or corporate clients over. But now worry not, one of the Authentic Klang Bak Kut Teh owner has opened up a Bak Ku...

Neighbourhood Cafe with Self Created Foods

A newly set up neighborhoods cafe at Subang Jaya opened since last November 2017, has been receiving great respond from the neighborhoods. The cafe named Food Chemistry is a brain child of a great creativity family living in Subang Jaya itself. The foods that were offered were created by the family themselves. Inspired by the combination of local indian and western food, Food Chemistry has success...

True Colours Festival – Asia-Pacific’s first Celebration of Artistes with Disabilities 22-25 March, 2018

Tickets go on sale from 11 January with group and other discounts available – mark the dates in your calendar! A major festival, the first of its kind in the region, will make its mark as a key highlight on Singapore’s 2018 event calendar. True Colours Festival will take place from 22-25 March 2018 in Singapore. Up to 20 performing artistes/troupes from Japan, China, India, Korea, Malaysia, Cambod...

Immerse Yourself in Japanese Culture through Japanese Cuisine

From ramen, sushi to shabu-shabu, Malaysia is spoilt for option when it comes to Japanese cuisine. But there’s so much more to explore behind these delicacies. With aims to raise awareness and deepen understanding of Japanese cuisine among Malaysian, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries have successfully held an exclusive experience session covering Japanese cuisine. Held o...

A Special Pork Yee Sang for Pork Lovers

Salmon Yee Sang is a very common Yee Sang that we had every Chinese New Year. This year porky lovers, you have a chance to enjoy a hand crafted Pork Yee Sang in German Style by Brozeit’s renowned Master Chef, Chef Helmut to usher the Year of the Dog! This Porky Yee Sang is an innovative creation by Chef Helmut as all the ingredients in this Yee Sang has been personally created by Chef. You w...

Great Gift Box for this Chinese New Year

Looking for a last minute gift box while you on the way back home or visiting but do not want to get a big hamper? Why not check out this Chinese New Year’s Reunion Gift Box by TedBoy Bakery instead? TedBoy Bakery has recently launched it Chinese New Year gift box caters to those who would like to have a smaller but presentable gift. They believe in creating strong bonds with friend and fami...

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