Ewe Paik Long takes a look at a simple and cheap way to see what Kuala Lumpur has to offer – just by following the KL Monorel service from KL Sentral to Titiwangsa.
Forget about getting on a plane or taking a boat. Writer Tony Cope finds that island hopping in a car is much more of adventure.
Much more than just an office building, the Petronas Twin Towers sparked a nation’s pride and came to symbolize Malaysia’s jaunt into the 21st century.
With influences ranging from Javanese, Arabic, Indian, Chinese, Malay, European cuisine and many more, Johorean food has a unique character of its own. Azfaren Aznam suggests some of the classic dishes from Peninsular Malaysia’s most southern state.
Every week we’ll be bringing you the best of the Malaysian music scene. Keep your finger on the pulse with this of three live acts performing in Klang Valley in the next few days.
A little more cash in your pocket is never a bad thing. The team at edGY spoke to a number of people from different industries and have put together a quick list of ways you could earn some more income, quickly and flexibly.
Sharuna Segaren puts together a list of eight places around Klang Valley where you can explore new hobbies and hone new talents.
These five startups are innovating within the logistics space, in order to create more efficient ways of getting stuff delivered.
Bangkok is seen as a trendsetter in many ways, and some of the region’s first rooftop bars and restaurants opened in the city well over a decade ago.
Introduce your kids to these exciting and fun out-of-classroom activities around the Klang Valley that can enhance their learning experience.
- February 18, 2016 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
The Expat KL Mingle is a two hour social event with free flow of beer and finger food held at a different restaurant-bar in Klang…
- February 25, 2016 @ 7pm
Every month we organise a relaxing evening of wine and good food for up to 80 of our readers. This month’s Wine Dinner will be…