Discovery, National Geographic and History are all television channels aiming to widen your general knowledge. And general knowledge is always entertaining if it is presented in fun facts.
However, most of the shows are
In Sarawak, Batang Lupar is famously known for its tidal bore phenomenon where waves of water goes against the direction of the current.
It is also one of the federal constituencies in Malaysia. Meanwhile
What would you do if you stumbled upon unexploded bomb in your backyard? Well, the best and only thing to do is to call the police.
Here in East Malaysia, discoveries of unexploded bombs
Christmas is around the corner! How are your Christmas preparations going on?
In Sarawak, Christmas is not just about having dinner with your loved ones. There are a lot of activities going on around
Are you looking for the ultimate Tokyo travel guide? Nowadays, Facebook has been more than just a social media tool - by following the right (and most accurate) pages, this social networking site can
Paul Carling Rahit, the brain behind the Paul Carling label is a young Kuching-based fashion designer.
He curated the national costume for Malaysian representative Debra Jeanne Poh for the 6th Miss Grand International Pageant in
SuperPark Malaysia is finally here! It is the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park in the world coming all the way from Finland.
Officially opened on Dec 6, here are five things you should know about
Despite reports that Sarawakians and Sabahans were generally agreeable to becoming part of the Malaysian federation, then Indonesian president Sukarno was not happy.
He accused the federation of being a neo-colonial attempt by the British
Happening this Jan 28 till Feb 24, 2019, the sustainable light art festival i Light Singapore - Bicentennial Edition will feature a total of 32 artworks.
31 of these artworks will comprise light art installations
Owen Rutter (1889-1944) was one of the most celebrated English travel writers in the early 20th century.
He was also an English historian and novelist who travelled through Borneo, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Canada and