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All along, I have been a very loyal supporter of MAS (Malaysian Airlines). If I could, I would do my best to book a flight with MAS because I have been largely impressed with their exceptional services. I have known some colleagues who have worked with MAS before and they carried their service mindset and [...]

Pragin Mall is situated right next to Komtar. It is a popular shopping center now while Komtar had greatly fade from its formal glory. Years ago, Komtar was one of the most happening shopping complex for Penangnites to hang out in. It is crowded and all the shops enjoy brisk business. But as the years [...]

The Masjid Jamek LRT or Putra line is a very busy intersection area in Kuala Lumpur. An area where the STAR and Putra lite rail transit meet, it serves for the center of exchange for the convenient daily commute of those who stay in Petaling Jaya to commute to work in various area in KL [...]

Most shopping complexes and buildings allocate parking bays for disabled people. The problem is, these parking are often taken by inconsiderate and able bodied people- who just park their car in the lots so that they need not walk that far. And disabled people find that they would need to park their cars further away. [...]

Below is the information obtained from the MAS (Malaysian Airline) check-in counter in KLIA. Information is correct at the point of posting. Handcarry baggage allowance: -Business or first class:  2 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg each -Economy class: 1 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg AND -1 laptop, OR 1 briefcase, OR [...]

Well, many folks are back from the long holidays- Kuala Lumpur is busy and alive once again. When you are a foreigner travelling to Malaysia- specifically around Kuala Lumpur area, do plan your journey early. Taking the electric trains such as Putra, Star or Monorail is very convenient as you bypass the traffic jam and [...]

Puduraya or now known as Pudu Sentral is one of the major bus hub selling bus tickets to northern part (Penang, Ipoh, Perak, Kedah and Hatyai) as well as some buses to Kuantan. It is back in operation for about a year since its last renovation where the bus operations were temporary shifted to Bukit [...]

Trishaws or becas can still be seen in Malacca town, but the trishaws now are tourist driven and beautifully decorated: The cost of the ride is RM40 per hour- each trishaw can sit by 2 average weight adult with probably a child. And there is a clear signboard located near Jonkers street entrance and the [...]