If you happen to be cruising down Sarawak’s longest river, the Batang Rajang and find yourself in Kapit town, your stay would not be complete without a visit to Fort Sylvia.
Built in 1880, Fort
KUALA LUMPUR/NEW YORK: A new global survey issued by UNICEF on #WorldChildrensDay reveals that almost 7 out of 10 children in Malaysia worry a lot about bullying, compared to only 3 out of 10
As merry as it may seem, half the struggle preparing a Christmas dinner is figuring out the best menu that would satisfy everyone.
In the spirit of the Christmas season, Nando’s is gifting its diners
Bintulu, once a sleepy fishing village on the island of Borneo is largely known today for its booming oil and gas industry.
What lies deep down in the seabed off its coast is not just
Korean food is known for its spiciness but there are non-spicy dishes which are equally delicious.
If you feel like eating Korean cuisine but could not handle the heat, try these dishes instead.
It’s the last episode of the Judges’ Auditions and David Foster’s Golden Buzzer remains unused. Who will be deserving of the #DreamCrusher’s Golden Buzzer this season?
24-year-old Sobhi Shaker was sent to Malaysia by his
KUCHING: Sarawakians will not be left out of the changes, improvements, products and services available to them at financial institutions.
This endeavor comes with Bank Negara here hosting the 3–day Finance Carnival (Karnival Kewangan) in
If you love food but spend most of your time on social media than in the kitchen, here are 10 Facebook pages you'll want to follow.
Be warned! These Facebook pages might inspire you to
Whether you use your social media accounts for business or to connect with friends and family, getting your account hacked is a painful invasion. From vacation photos to personal conversations or check-ins to places