P.Ramlee Memorial, Kuala Lumpur – A Tribute to Malay Cinema’s “Golden Boy”

Hollywood’s Golden Age had figures such as Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, James Dean and Clark Gable. Early Malay cinema had Tan Sri P. Ramlee. CC BY-SA 3.0, Link Born Teuku Zakaria Teuku Nyak Puteh on the island of Penang, Malaysia (then the Federated States of Malaya) in 1929, P. Ramlee was a man of many hats. Beginning the late 1940s, he acted in, produced and … Continue reading P.Ramlee Memorial, Kuala Lumpur – A Tribute to Malay Cinema’s “Golden Boy”

Facebook Group “Masak Apa Tak Jadi Hari Ini” Entertains Malaysians With Cooking Fails During the MCO

Hey guys! It’s currently day 40 of the Movement Control Order here in Malaysia. Until the quarantine started, I had no idea I had this many Masterchefs in my friends’ list – judging from all the delicious-looking homemade food they’ve been posting or pictures of 3-ingredient cakes and Dalgona coffee lol. What most people don’t post, however, are the fails they had to go through … Continue reading Facebook Group “Masak Apa Tak Jadi Hari Ini” Entertains Malaysians With Cooking Fails During the MCO

We Dined While Dangling 150 Feet In The Air @ Lounge In The Sky Kuala Lumpur

Food with a view is always good, especially if it’s the Kuala Lumpur skyline (one of the prettiest in Southeast Asia, IMO). But forget rooftop bars. How would you like to be seated on a platform raised 150 feet into the air by a crane, with nothing but a couple of straps to keep you from falling? If that appeals to your inner adrenaline junkie, … Continue reading We Dined While Dangling 150 Feet In The Air @ Lounge In The Sky Kuala Lumpur

Last Month To Experience Singapore’s Largest Carnival – The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

Remember the good ol’ days when a trip to the amusement park meant cotton candy, the smell of popcorn and peanuts, trying to win a plushie at the carnival games and screaming our heads off to thrilling rides? You can relive the nostalgia at the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival – dubbed Singapore’s largest carnival – but better hurry, coz March is the final month to … Continue reading Last Month To Experience Singapore’s Largest Carnival – The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

Weekend Wanders: Revisiting SkyAvenue @ Genting Highlands

Even though Genting Highlands is a short one hour drive from Kuala Lumpur, part of the reason why I don’t go up often is because the roads are windy and I get terrible headaches, especially with my dad driving LOL. But it sure doesn’t stop the millions of visitors who throng the mountain top entertainment hub each year to enjoy the cooling weather. While the name … Continue reading Weekend Wanders: Revisiting SkyAvenue @ Genting Highlands

In The End – RIP Chester Bennington

Woke up this morning and as usual, scrolled through my Facebook feed over breakfast. My heart skipped a beat when I read the news. Chester Bennington, lead vocalist of my long-time favourite band Linkin Park, was found hanged in his home in Beverley Hills from an apparent suicide. He was only 41. I don’t usually feel anything when I read news of celebrity deaths. I … Continue reading In The End – RIP Chester Bennington