What’s the best part about the Ramadan month in Malaysia? Everyone (non-Muslims included) gets to enjoy the delicious food sold at Ramadan bazaars ! These evening street markets open from 4PM onwards, peddling all sorts of mouthwatering dishes and snacks, some which are only available during this time of the year. Decided to go check out the Ramadan Bazaar @ Puchong Prima over the weekend, … Continue reading Bazaar Ramadan 2019 @ Puchong Prima, Puchong
Magic. They do magic. Not in the sense of hey presto bunny goes poof magic, but the awe-inspiring wizardry of human skill – the kind that can only be achieved by hard work, an insane amount of practice and from pushing the body and mind to the limit. The Hands Percussion team is one of the more well known groups in the local arts scene, … Continue reading They Do WHAT With Their Hands ? Hands Percussion @ The Damansara Performing Arts Centre
Hey guys! I recently had the pleasure of answering some questions from fellow blogger Worriless Wanderer (check out his blog here). He has been working on an ambitious project to interview people from every country around the world, in order to get insights on how life is where they are from. And guess who got to answer for Malaysia? 😛 You can read the post … Continue reading Guest Post @ Worriless Wanderer – Life in Malaysia !
Graffiti or ‘street art’ used to be looked down upon as mere vandalism in Malaysia, but in recent years, thanks to talented street artists and good promotion, street art has become a strong tourist attraction. Penang, in particular, has embraced this and made it a big selling point. Tourist maps pinpoint the locations of all the murals you can find around Georgetown. Although it’s a … Continue reading Travelogue Penang: More Sightseeing in Georgetown – Murals