• 5 Things You Should Know About Driving in Malaysia

    Consistently a prime target for expats’ ire, driving in Malaysia is fraught with frustration, but knowing what you’re getting into can sometimes help ease the pain. We take a tongue-in-cheek look at driving here, with some tips to help you cope.
Enjoyed by travellers as one of the most laid-back and unintimidating capitals in Southeast Asia, Luang Prabang is a must-visit destination for anyone considering a trip to the captivating country of Laos.
Apple has announced its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in an event held on the 9th of September, 2014.
The road trip to the East Coast was once a long and circuitous journey. Now, the rejuvenated East-West (Karak) Highway makes it an easier and more enjoyable journey.
As Jackie Wilson has discovered, the friends we make as expats are a genuine representation of those we make throughout our lives.
Whether you are going to be living in Malaysia for the long or short term, there will be a seemingly endless list of things to do and plan. To help get you started, here are five things you should consider before making your big move.
Malaysians are a unique bunch of individuals. Here are 15 cultural habits, good and bad, to help you understand Malaysians.
Like most people, expats want to get the most bang for their buck when living overseas. Some cities make that easier than others. How did Kuala Lumpur fare?
A recent study by Michigan University rated Malaysia as having some of the world’s most dangerous roads.
A house of worship could be both cultural and a tourist attraction at the same time. Here are 5 in KL you should check out.
Ronni Pinsler attends a night time boat burning ceremony in a Taiping temple and delves into the Chinese legend that underpins this ancient ritual.
The preliminary report on the MH17 case was released by the Dutch Safety Board yesterday.
A group of hikers on a hiking track near Bukit Cheras Awana and Bukit Hartamas in Cheras discovered a World War II bomb over the weekend.
4.27 billion litres of treated water goes to waste from Malaysia’s water supply system every day.
The Johns Hopkins University has reportedly ended its partnership with Perdana University’s parent company, Academic Medical Centre, in an apparent dispute over late payments.
Malaysia was ranked as the second cheapest country for air travel.
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THE EXPAT MINGLE

Ribs by Vintry
Medan Damansara

Thurs, 18th Sept 2014

mingle
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WINE DINNER

Passage Thru India
Jalan Bukit Bintang

Thurs, 25th Sept 2014

wine dinner