Movie makers immortalise people or events through their films.
Although their art cannot imitate life perfectly, some still manage to carry its essence and convey the message they wanted to.
Here in Malaysia, the movie industry
Ranchan Recreational Park in Serian might not be on top of everybody’s list of places to go for recreation but on weekends, the place is famous among local people as a favourite picnic spot.
When it comes to hot springs near Kuching, people automatically think of the Annah Rais Hot Springs.
For a lesser known, equally calming hot spring about 40km from Kuching city, there's the Panchor Hot Spring
Almost every Malaysian has heard of 'adidas kampungs' - the generic name for probably the most handy yet cheap rubber shoes made in Malaysia.
They usually come in black, but sometimes you can find them
When it comes to must-try Sarawakian food, there is a long list that will be hard to complete if you don't have much time. So why not try to cover the most food in
A couple years ago, a clip of a group of Malay boys performing the lion dance went viral on social media.
They used a cardboard box as the lion’s costume and wooden sticks as well
Art imitates life, even in Asian horror movies, which shows how movie-makers draw their inspirations from their surroundings when making a film. And what more inspiration for a horror movie other than an actual
Nothing brings people together better than viral dance moves. Generally Malaysians have accepted viral dance moves with open arms and sometimes with a lot of sense of humour.
But of course, some of the viral
While Kuching offers plenty of choices of halal western restaurants, most of them are not in walking distance of the city centre.
Here are KajoMag’s recommendations of halal Western restaurants to visit within the vicinity
"There came out to Sarawak at about this time a young man who was destined to play a sinister part in the history of the Sarawak Raj."
This is how Sylvia Brett, the last Ranee