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Travel Light, Eat Cheap

Mar 25, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

Friends who have travelled together with me know that I take my “house” along. They often ask me what’s in my hand-carry. Not only is it bulky, it’s as heavy as a cow. I don’t really know what I carry along, I just know that I do need to have them all on hand. Lately, […]

Lazada is currently hosting a massive 3-day sale-bration on Lazada.com.my and today is the last day! This mega sale is in conjunction with the online platform's fifth anniversary. Happy birthday, Lazada! From my random browsing, I have spotted steep discounts of up to 90%. That's a huge offer, I tell you, and I'm just waiting for ... continue reading »

Located just an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur, at Remis Beach Kuala Selangor, The Kabin is a unique container-concept boutique resort. It serves as a wonderful gateway to city folk looking for a short escapade from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Kabin can accommodate up to 79 guests concurrently, with containers of various ... continue reading »

Barely two months ago, I felt disappointed that I wasn't able to personally experience Sky Mirror. I was already in that vicinity but it was the inappropriate time of the day and the boat could not head to Sasaran Beach. Thankfully, I was presented with a second opportunity a couple of weeks ago, and I really ... continue reading »

During my tour to Kuala Selangor in January, I was supposed to visit Bukit Malawati but a change in schedule meant that I had to give it a miss. I finally had the chance to explore this historical hill last week. I've heard a lot about Bukit Malawati, especially the silvered leaf monkeys and their orange ... continue reading »

Wayang Kulit Puppet shadow play (wayang kulit) is said to have originated from Java, Indonesia. In Malaysia, it is a prominent Malay theatrical art form and has been so for many generations. Utilising light and shadow, a wayang kulit performance is led by a "Tuk Dalang" (shadow artist) who would deftly manoeuvre the many puppets behind a ... continue reading »

Yes! Having attended the Watoto Children’s Choir in Ipoh in 2014, and being uplifted by the children's fighting spirit against the many adversaries that have plagued their young lives, I am more than willing to support them in their roadshow once again. The 18 children, orphans from the ages of six to 13 years old, will ... continue reading »

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