Talented Indonesian photographer Rusdi Sanad shares with us here a captivating photo essay of Bali as seen through his eyes.
Here are suggestions on six places you can take your kids to in KL.
If you are yearning to get more from your holiday, explore these places that still remain off the beaten track - for now, at least – and answer the adventurous calling within you.
Go exploring on a multi-destination adventure with Paula Tan as she wanders around in Peninsular Malaysia’s largest state, Pahang.
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A book review of "Home-baked Breads" by Ezekiel Ananthan.
Editor Chad Merchant and Cultural Savvy President Joyce Millet offer a comprehensive look at Chinese etiquette and how it influences business dealings in Malaysia every day.
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Forget about getting on a plane or taking a boat. Island hopping in a car can be fun!
Editor Chad Merchant recently interviewed Superintendent of Police Choo Lily, a long-time officer with the Royal Malaysian Police who now heads up the International Liaison Unit.
Though not as firmly set on the tourist trail as the islands of Bali and Java, Sulawesi remains one of Indonesia’s most fascinating destinations. Petra O’Neill pays a visit and explores Sulawesi’s wild frontier.
Learn more about Malaysia's National Tennis Centre.
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Mainstream media in Malaysia has found a new degree of journalistic freedom in recent years, though it’s by no means on par with the freedom of the press enjoyed (and perhaps taken for granted) in most Western countries.
We have seen an increasing number of expats expressing concern about the tightening regulations on foreigners buying property here. Malaysia used to have very liberal rules, but that has changed.
Ed Sheeran is coming to Malaysia next year!
The Expat Group has a position open in the editorial department for its print publications.
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In a recent finding by Pew Research Center, 32% of Malaysians cited religious and ethnic hatred as a top global threat.

Sid's Pub

Wed, 10th Dec 2014


The Kobe Japanese
Restaurant and Bar

Tues, 25th Nov 2014

wine dinner