International Women’s Day 2017 – Be Bold For Change

By , 1 March 2017

People may differ as to what change is needed and how to effect that change. But just about everyone agrees that change is needed. The only question is who should make the change?

Going Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness In Kuala Lumpur

By , 5 October 2015

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and this time GrabCar will be painting Kuala Lumpur pink along with five other cities in Southeast Asia...

Chinese New Year Adventures In Kuala Lumpur

By , 13 February 2015

Chinese New Year is a festive occasion celebrated by ethnic Chinese all over the world on the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar.

For The Travelling Runners: Malaysia Women Marathon

By , 29 January 2015

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 cou...

KL To Singapore: An Overnight Train Adventure

By , 13 January 2015

Take the sleeper train to Singapore and save yourself enough money to buy more chicken rice.

Grabbing A Bite Without Grabbing Attention In Kuala Lumpur

By , 10 December 2014

There are a few places in the Klang Valley where you’ll generally get to eat, rehydrate and relax without the staring and sometimes, pointing. When in doubt

My City, My Home: Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

By , 26 November 2014

Each time I held a conversation with friends who lived in either bustling Bangsar or distinguished Damansara, one sentence dripping with jokey sarcasm (if there is such a thing) would inevitably emerg...

Travelling With A Child In Kuala Lumpur? Fret No More!

By , 20 November 2014

Traveling with a child is often a daunting task. It’s more than just looking for the right activities that your kids can partake in, or whether the restaurants serve up nutritious yet delicious – ...

What You Should Really Know About Kuala Lumpur

By , 19 November 2014

Depending on where you’re coming from, Kuala Lumpur (always called KL by the locals) is either orderly or chaotic. Those coming from neighbouring countries marvel at our ‘orderliness’; the fact ...

My City, My Home: Of Buses, Trains & Roads Taken In Kuala Lumpur

By , 6 November 2014

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 foo...