When visiting Indonesians want to buy souvenirs at Tarakan island in North Kalimantan, the place most people suggest is Pasar Batu Tarakan.
But for Malaysians, it might not be the most ideal place. This
Sydney is known for its food and coffee culture, but it is also a top shopping destination brimming with luxury international brands, local artisan finds, and standout Aussie fashion.
If you are heading out early
Not everyone is a fan of secondhand clothes. Here in Malaysia, there are plenty of bad impressions about them, even with the cuddly label of 'pre-loved'.
“They are dead people's clothes.”
“You will never find something
Secondhand shopping is a skill that needs to be learned. It requires practice and perseverance so that you won’t leave a thrift or vintage store with regrets.
Furthermore, mastering secondhand shopping also allows you to
We've heard the phrases “dress for success” or “dress for the job that you want, not the job you have.”
Dressing up will boost your self-confidence, promote self-respect and give a good impression.
As Coco Chanel’s
Located on the border between Indonesia and Malaysia, Serikin is famous among local Sarawakians for its affordable household items and batik-themed clothing.
The reason why prices at the market here are so cheap is due