Christmas Ever After @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Christmas is always a fun affair in Malaysia (albeit commercialised). While not as lavish as celebrations in Singapore, or as festive as the Philippines, most malls try to outdo each other with grand decorations and activities, such as Santa meet and greets, carolling sessions, and more. At the forefront is Pavilion KL, within the city’s Golden Triangle. As one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular malls, Christmas … Continue reading Christmas Ever After @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Kajang Arts Festival and Crafts Bazaar

The Kajang Municipal Council and the Selangor state government recently organised a three-day festival to promote arts and culture at the Kajang stadium, so I paid a visit for work and to check out what they had in store. The Kajang Arts festival and Crafts Bazaar was the first of its kind and there were about 20 booths in the area, as well as activities … Continue reading Kajang Arts Festival and Crafts Bazaar

Travelogue 1#: Thean Hou Gong Temple KL

Today is Chap Goh Mei aka Chinese Valentine’s Day, the last day of Chinese New Year. Traditionally, Chinese maidens threw oranges into the sea/rivers in hopes of getting a good husband. …The above story is totally unrelated to the picture of angku tat my auntie made. Look at the shape of that thing! Weird. After lunch, we went to Thean Hou Temple in KL. They’re … Continue reading Travelogue 1#: Thean Hou Gong Temple KL