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Grab Malaysia has unveiled its latest initiative to assist small and traditional businesses impacted by the repercussions of the pandemic, called 'Food Courts by GrabFood! On top of that, the company is also expanding 'Pasar by GrabMart' to additional cities, giving traditional vendors a chance to grow their business on a digital…

Following the inaugural KLIA Crazy Sale last month that was well received, Malaysia Airports has decided to announce the second edition of the shopping event which takes place from 25 to 30 September 2020 at the main terminal of KL International Airport!Among the retailers participating in this sale are Dimensi…

The 2020 Nissan Almera, which was revealed in Thailand in November 2019, has made its Malaysian debut! According to the automaker's franchise holder in the country, Edaran Tan Chong Motor, the car will be available in CKD form and comes in three variants – VL, VLP and VLT – once it goes on sale.Smaller, Boosted EngineDownsizing…

A retail powerhouse of international luxury fashion and lifestyle brands in Malaysia, The Melium Group is by no means an obscure name in these parts. Recently, they have added another notch on their belt with the launch of Aigner Malaysia Club.Created in 1965 in Munich, Germany, Aigner made a name…

In a ceremony yesterday, 10 September 2020, Honda Malaysia handed over 40 units of their popular C-segment sedan, the Civic, to the Malaysian Army. The cars, of the 1.8S variant, will be used for official duties by the Royal Military Police Corps.Image source: Tentera Darat Malaysia Facebook pageToichi Ishiyama, Managing Director…

While we as a nation glance in the rear view mirror to see how far along we have come since our Independence on 31 August 1957, we can also relive the country's history in numerous places around the capital. In the same vein, Tourism Selangor has highlighted a handful of…

Malaysia is home to some 47 private universities (out of around 110 in total), many of which have scored high on the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rankings – the most widely used of the global university ranking systems. These attract an ever growing number of international students who are drawn to…

The tourism industry is regaining its composure after taking a massive hit from the pandemic, and in Malaysia, local tourism has been on the rise after the government gave its nod for domestic travel. Consequently, tourism-related offers and promotions are widespread now, and among the more alluring ones come courtesy of…

Amusing expressions such as “Aiseyman”, “Walao Eh”, “Gostan” and Bojio” are familiar ones to many a Malaysian, part of the rich local vernacular born of the melting pot of cultures that call this country home. These slangs are what the people behind the Instagram account @MySlangBank and shopping mall The Linc KL are…

While the wearing of face masks when out in public areas in Malaysia has been mandatory since 1 August 2020, there has been a bit of confusion about the ruling in general. The National Security Council, or Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN), has since revealed a list of 14 public places…