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    Some are subtle, and you don’t notice it until you pay close attention. Others are more overt, and you catch it at first sight. Malay and Islamic aesthetics are not quite few and far between in the capital’s building collection, present on several iconic landmarks, and even within the outline…

    As the Ramadhan month culminates with Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations across the country, it’s difficult not to notice the significance of food in the festivities. From wholesome traditional examples to clever modern takes, Malay fare comes in many forms and flavours, all tempting prospects to introduce your palate to.Here in…

    Should you love losing yourself in aesthetically pleasing creations, you would adore these artistic collections, each offering interesting perspectives on various themes. Hope: Cerita Dari Lembah Harapan Established in 1930 during the British colonial period, the Valley of Hope leprosarium in Sungai Buloh, Selangor has become a safe haven for…

    If you’ve heard of Bodyshakin’, chances are you’re familiar with this English boyband that enjoyed a chunky slice of the airwaves in the late 1990s.911 was formed by dancers Spike Dawbarn and Jimmy Constable as well as singer Lee Brennan in 1995. Dipping their toes in the water, the three…

    While her name may not be quite as instantly recognisable as those of more established stand-ups, this doesn’t in any way mean she lacks the humour chops necessary to make people laugh their heads off.  In fact, Manhattan-born, Dallas-raised and Los Angeles-seasoned Iliza Shlesinger is particularly talented in that regard, something…

    Mum’s definitely the word this month as grateful children everywhere secretly plan something beautiful on the second Sunday of May, which is just around the corner. A proven way to make mumsy happy takes the scrumptious afternoon tea route, and there are numerous places around town which are more than…

    With an estimated ballpark of 500 million followers, Buddhism is among the top five largest religions in the world. Its origin is unquestionably attributed to Gautama Buddha, otherwise called Siddhartha Gautama (480 BCE-400 BCE). He was an Indian prince born to King Suddhodana and Queen Mahamaya of the Kingdom of…

    Occupying 60,000 square feet over two levels, Aquaria KLCC is one massive oceanarium, among the largest in SEA in fact. It’s beneath the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre – a KL city icon, as is the handy proximity marker next door, the Petronas Twin Towers – and what’s inside gives plenty…

    A Muslim-majority country, Malaysia has a mosque in almost every street corner to cater for its large population of Islamic followers. This has led to the construction of some amazing masterpieces, mosques that are as much religious centres as they are visages of beauty.They are known locally as masjid –…

    1 May 2019: Over RM300,000 was raised in one night to build libraries in three Orang Asli villagesThe fourth instalment of the Night of a Thousand Blessings, an annual fundraising gala dinner hosted by The Budimas Charitable Foundation, transpired at The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur on 26 April…