Catch rock icon Bon Jovi in concert this September at Stadium Merdeka.The Odyssey Experience
Parents looking for an affordable education for their preschool kids can learn more about the Aspire Programme at Odyssey The Global Preschool's open week in September.
The ball’s in Malaysia’s court this month as seasoned pros and exciting upstarts descend upon Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur 2015.Coffee and Art Fringe Festival Asia 2015 (CAFFA 2015)
Are you a coffee lover? Here’s a festival that celebrates the joy of caffeine with music, arts and culture.
food & drink
Walking through Annalakshmi’s welcoming doors and into a grand family-style dining hall filled to the brim was a reward in itself.Eat, Drink and Be Spooky
Bring out your favourite DVD, tinker about in the kitchen and whip up some potions of your own to celebrate Halloween.
This place is fun. Better than expected the bar treats you to a simply amazing variety of cocktails.Recipe: Frozen Guinness Christmas Eggnog
Eggnogs and hot buttered rums have always been synonymous with the festive season. The frozen Guinness variation carries more symphony on the palate considering the tropical climate.
KLPac presents their Junior String Ensemble in a Halloween concert that will chill you with haunting soundtracks from Horror movies.
We attended three PE classes to find out just what the adults are missing while they’re on the treadmill at home.
Education is a big consideration for expatriate families. Parents must be sure that the new system can cater academically and socially.
Of Malaysia’s peoples, around 58 per cent are Muslim, 22.9 per cent Buddhist, 11 per cent Christian, and 6.3 per cent Hindu.
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