Relive the epic and unforgettable Star Wars phenomenon through the talented photography of Malaysian artist Zahir Batin.
Malaysia’s first indoor trampoline park has opened next to Jaya One mall in the heart of old PJ, bringing the “thrill of flight” to kids and adults, debutants and high-flyers alike. Check out the review here.
Wau is one of the traditional activities that is celebrated in grandeur and is a tradition inherent to the culture of the people in the eastern states of Peninsular Malaysia.
The fifth edition of the annual George Town Festival (GTF) features a showcase of international talents and commissioned projects aimed at creating a hub for global creative arts. Read on to learn more.
Putting in a full day at the office undoubtedly makes it hard to find the time to exercise, which is why these 7 mini workouts come in handy. No more excuses!
From the practice rooms of NYU to the colossal stage at The American Music Awards, New York pop singer-songwriter duo A Great Big World are now bringing their uplifting melodies to the people of KL.
Check out the photos from a Sri Lankan expat's home in Bandar Parklands in Klang.
In just 50 years, South Korea has gone from a poor country with little hope for modernization to an economic, political, and cultural phenomenon. In this book, author Daniel Tudor explores its fascinating story and reveals a deep understanding of Korean society.
Electro-pop icons, The Pet Shop Boys are coming to Malaysia for the first time this September for a live performance of their latest album, Electric.
Inbound and outbound toll charges at the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex have gone up.
British rock band, You Me At Six, is set to perform for the first time ever in Malaysia, this coming September.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is in Amsterdam to discuss efforts to secure full and safe access to the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.
Want to see who you're sharing this foreign land with? get acquainted with this expat from Australia.
In a bold move that violated diplomatic protocol, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak put aside safety fears and sent a 12-person team into rebel territory.

Why Not Kitchen + Bar
Bukit Bintang

Thurs, 14th August 2014


TAO Chinese Cuisine
Jalan Ampang

Thurs, 21st August 2014

wine dinner