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With a schedule packed with work, it is difficult for me to travel as often as I did. Therefore, like the millions of employees in Malaysia, I, too, have begun counting the days to the next public holiday. You can imagine how delighted I was with the recent long weekend, which enabled me to sneak away ... continue reading »

Halloween Creeps

Oct 3, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Malindo Magazine

Observed in some countries in the West annually on 31st October, Halloween originated from a Celtic festival some 2000 years ago, called Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The day, also New Year's eve, marked the end of the summer harvesting season and the transition to a harsh winter. The Celts believed that this was a day when the ... continue reading »

The Kellie’s Castle Night Tour is Back!

Oct 2, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

In conjunction with Halloween, observed on the night of 31st October annually, the much-awaited, spine-chilling Night Tour of Kellie's Castle is being organised every Friday and Saturday during the entire month of October, i.e. on 5th & 6th, 12th & 13th, 19th & 20th and 26th & 27th. For just RM10 (MyKad holders) or RM20 (foreign ... continue reading »

33rd Edition of Ipoh Car-Free Day: 9,000 Strong Participants

Oct 1, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

The 33rd edition of Ipoh Car-Free Day which was hosted yesterday morning along Jalan Raja DiHilir managed to attract the participation of 9,000-strong Ipohites, and those from surrounding areas. This Ipoh Car-Free Day was also a celebration in conjunction with World Rivers Day, World Tourism Day, International Coffee Day, World Heart Day and Mid-Autumn Festival. Said Ipoh ... continue reading »

Ipoh Parade provided a platform for the youth to showcase their creativity by organising, together with Lions Club Ipoh City, a Lantern Making Competition, where school children were invited to create lanterns out of recyclables. The participants in the "green" lantern making initiative were divided into two groups: Primary School Students (Group A) and Secondary School ... continue reading »

When I was in the Netherlands, I was in awe of the time that the locals spend sitting at cafés, drinking, chatting, and people watch. I felt like it was a waste of precious time. Later, I realised that they are finding the sweet spot of work vs. life balance. Since then, I do try to ... continue reading »

Learning about the inaugural Perak Noodle Fest made me recall my most challenging lunch of eating three bowls of noodles at Zok Noodle House, on Level 4 of SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting. If you do not know yet, Zok Noodle House serves authentic Hong Kong / Macau cuisine and dim sum, as well as offering a ... continue reading »

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