Emerging and evolving at a furious pace, Saigon has in recent years seen a tide of progress sweeping the city while maintaining its charm.
The British International School of Kuala Lumpur has been officially recognised as the Top British School in Malaysia by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)
Sabah has just gazetted the largest marine park in Malaysia, which covers roughly 900,000 hectares of sea area in northern Sabah.
Being listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site has helped globalise its reputation as a quaint melting pot of cultures, boosting its tourism industry considerably.
An exciting coffee culture has been brewing in Johor Bahru recently with deliciously trendy cafes at the forefront of this new and exciting brunch landscape.
Though it certainly didn’t end well for the cat – at least as the old saying goes – curiosity usually bodes much more positively for people.
The Angkor Panorama Museum in Siem Reap, Cambodia, which was opened to the public back in December 2015, transports visitors back in time with its ‘Panoramic Hall.’
The Hyperloop was envisioned as a pod that would transport passengers through specially designed tubes at speeds never before travelled.
In this edition, we’re tackling the all important subject of food! What better way immerse yourself in the local food scene than to speak the lingo as well.
Travel search engine Skyscanner has today proclaimed that you can “Chat your way to your next trip” with the launch of a Facebook Messenger bot that…
- June 16, 2016 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
The Expat Mingle is a two hour social event with free flow of beer and finger food held at a different restaurant-bar in Klang Valley…
- June 23, 2016 @ 7pm - 10pm
Date: Thursday 23 June 2016 Time: 7pm–10pm Venue: Flint Restaurant & Bar, 24 Persiaran Ampang, 55000 Kuala Lumpur Price: RM160 members / RM185 non-members RSVP: Call Anne at 03…