How Valentine’s Day is Celebrated Around The World

Celebrated on 14 February each year, the week leading up to Valentine’s Day often sees a mad scramble for flowers, chocolates, cards and candy, as people take the opportunity to buy presents for their...

Malaysian Caviar, Ice Cream and Other Good Food To Check Out This Month

Where there's good food, there's Going Places. From where to get low-calorie but indulgent ice creams to luscious caviar and a cheese festival, we've got the lowdown of the best foodie spots in KL...

Love And Festivities

The 15th day of the Lunar New Year, or Chap Goh Mei, is celebrated with a unique ritual of tossing Mandarin oranges into the sea

Best Places To Dine In KL this Christmas

Tis' the season... to indulge in festive dishes! From succulent roast turkey and lamb to delectable Christmas puddings and gingerbread desserts, here are some of the best places to celebrate with friends and family. Ritzy...

5 Bizarre and Unusual Festivals Around The World 

Festivals typically evoke a sense of fun and celebration, with parades, feasting, dancing and music. Some communities, however, celebrate their festivals in weird (but no less fun) and wonderful ways - from throwing a...

Fashion Picks Of The Month

Summer's around the corner - so stay in trend with the hottest looks of the season. Fun & Whimsical H&M has teamed up with Paris-based artist Nathalie Lete for a fantasy-inspired kids’ collection. It includes a...

Talking Films With Wee Li Lin, One Of Singapore’s Pioneer Female Filmmakers

Audiences and appetites for Singaporean cinema have grown, but a strong pool of talent with the right training is needed to stay the course, says filmmaker Wee Li Lin. Photography courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board When...

Slow Lorises Facing Extinction For Being Cute

As videos and selfies of these wide-eye creatures as pets become a trend, so does the danger of the primates becoming extinct

Magical Music

Young Sarawakians preserve the ancestral music of sape

Highlights: Must-See Events From May – July 2019

Celebrate arts and culture with these not-to-be-missed events happening around the world. Dramatic Symphonies The Schubert Centennial Contest in 1928 awarded Swedish composer Kurt Atterberg USD10,000 for his winning 6th Symphony, earning it the nickname The...

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