Best of Malaysia Awards 2014: Vote Now!
International: Terry Lay
Back-to-School DIY: Pom-Pom Bookmarks
Sneak Peek: EL September 2014
Back-to-School Recipe: Mini Quiche
Food for Thought: Brewing Passion in a Cup

what's on

INSPIRE: The Majestic Tiger Reception & Charity Dinner

Play your part at what is said to be the event of the year and the cause of a lifetime at INSPIRE, The Majestic Tiger Reception & Dinner this 3 October 2014

David Blaine 'Real or Magic' Asia Tour

For just one night on 5 September 2014, be mesmerized by illusionist David Blaine as he is set to astound audience at Stadium Merdeka

Mount Kinabalu Charity Climb

Shelter Home is organizing a climb up to Mount Kinabalu from 5 – 9 September 2014

Bijan Cooking Workshop Series

Cross off that ‘learn something new’ on the list and take up a cooking class at Bijan Restaurant Kuala Lumpur

food & drink

Canoodling, Bangsar

Canoodling’s menu draws on traditional Chinese and Asian comfort foods, sometimes delivering them straight, and other times with a sneaky twist.

The Proof Is in Provence

Chef Nicolas Le Toumelin has left the wet winter Provence for pastures warmer and sunnier this season.

Zeta Bar

With only five venues around the world, Zeta Bar remains one of the most exclusive bar experiences in town.

Recipe: Vegetable curry

A versatile dish and great for using left over vegetables



AISM expands junior school

The opening ceremony was officiated by YB Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching in the presence of Australian High Commissioner HE Mr Rod Smith

Health Matters

Keirsten Clark talks to two leading professionals in primary school healthcare: David Griffiths and Hjh. Suriyati Hj. Omar.

C is for Curriculums

Step into the classroom for a full-on lesson on the many international high school curriculums available in the country and how each is unique.

Pink Wednesday at International School @ ParkCity

The International School @ ParkCity organised 'Pink Wednesday' with the purpose of raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research.


Politics and Government

The political structure of Malaysia is straightforward, taking place under the framework of a federal parliamentary monarchy.


Education is a big consideration for expatriate families. Parents must be sure that the new system can cater academically and socially.

An Interview with Akira Miyama

The Executive Director and Head of Group Japanese Business of RHB Bank Berhad, talks about being an expatriate in Malaysia for over 10 years.

Malaysian Cuisine - Cafes and Coffeeshops

Cafes and coffee shops form a large part of most expatriate lifestyles with the accomodating weather allowing for alfresco dining.


WIN a Family Package to Dinoscovery

Just answer the questions below to be in the running to win tickets for both you and your child to Dinoscovery

WIN a Cres Wellness Time-Release Aquacell Yoga Visage Session

Just answer two simple questions below to be in the running to win a Time-Release Aquacell Yoga Visage session by Cres Wellness worth RM450!

best of malaysia awards

Best Weekend Break

The Westin Langkawi Resort & Spa

Best City Hotel

Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Best Golf Experience

Awana Genting Highlands Golf and Country Club

Best Service

Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, Penang