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It was the perfect evening for a Halloween dinner and party, that even the weather cooperated, with its slashing rain and howling wind. The venue was Star Mansion in Greentown Ipoh, transformed from its usual glitzy café-cum-restaurant to a room full of ghostly mysteries. Obviously, there were several concurrent Halloween events going on the same evening but ... continue reading »

Have you heard? The Sacred Riana, Winner of Asia’s Got Talent 2017, is back in Ipoh! She will perform at MAPS Theatre @ Movie Animation Park Studios on the following days and times: 28th October – 2pm, 4pm, 7pm & 9pm 29th October – 4pm & 7pm To watch The Sacred Riana, make a minimum purchase of RM15 ... continue reading »

Six Perak-born fashion designers are collaborating to bring us a first-of-its-kind fashion extravaganza in Perak of national standard. It will be showcased on a 200-foot long runway, the lengthiest in Malaysia by far. The outfits will be paraded by 20 experienced fashion models from Kuala Lumpur. The average height of these models is 175cm. This inaugural Perak ... continue reading »

Deliciously Ho Jiak!

Oct 23, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V

After a hectic workweek, it was time to reward ourselves with a great meal. Our Sunday dinner venue turned out to be Ho Jiak Kopitam at Vivo Square. Ho Jiak (Hokkien dialect for 'delicious') is definitely a name that is not foreign to many local foodies, having made its stamp at Bercham more than 1.5 ... continue reading »

Hold your breath, the scary season is here and it promises to be bigger & better at Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS)! Yours truly was invited to the media preview of Hallow From The Other Side, so you can see what to expect at MAPS over this Halloween weekend. Thrills, spills and chills await visitors with MAPS' ... continue reading »

While I have visited the floating mosques in Melaka (Masjid Selat Melaka) and Terengganu (Masjid Kristal), I am glad that I finally had the opportunity to visit Perak's very own floating mosque, the first in the state, known as Masjid Al-Badr Seribu Selawat. Built at a cost of RM11.7 million, it took slightly over 2.5 years ... continue reading »

One of the newest attractions in Taiping, this Telegraph Museum was formerly the Post & Telegraph Office. It was the first such office in Malaya to provide one-stop telegram, telephone, postal and banking facilities to the public since 1885. The building is located in the heart of Taiping town, along Jalan Stesen. It was the forefront ... continue reading »

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