Author: Lyana Khairuddin
Lyana Khairuddin is a scientist who works on HIV and HPV, educator, a wannabe writer and an amateur runner. She holds a major in loving & living life to the fullest, specialising on travelling for her passions in science and running, with a minor in appreciating good food and coffee. She enjoys making new acquaintance guess her ethnicity but always happy to answer that she is a Malaysian.
- We asked 10 Malaysian runners for their favourite marathons held in destinations that are ideal for a pre- or post-race vacation.
- The running bug first bit me back in 2010, having run my first 5km in “The Bridge to Brisbane”. Returning to KL in 2011, I set my sights on 10km runs, then half-marathons and finally found the courage to run a full marathon in the Penang Bridge International Marathon (PBIM). While there are many races…
- Love and sex are the two most desirable wants of human beings, and it can be either easy or complicated in any jungle or city in the world. KL is no exception.
- Having grown up as a Penang-lang, I have always thought of Kuala Lumpur, or more affectionately known as KL among us Malaysians, as the big city. I can still remember my first memory of having set foot in the city, way back when I was a little girl of 10 years old