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The Lucky Loop

Bikers in SE Asia all have their own personal motorcycling holy grails. For some, it’s about getting both of the “Kilo Zero” certificates from Indonesia’s most easterly and westerly points, Papua and Pulau We respectively, for others it’s completing the Blowpipe Run, a 1300km endurance ride from Kuching to Kota Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo, completed within 24hrs. 1,002 more words

Kuala Lumpur

Pang Heong Restaurant in Batu Caves

Oh man..  This is really super nice.  The food here especially the hor fun is cooked in a style where I never seen in other place before.  190 more words


Happy 57th Malaysia!

Today Malaysia celebrates its 57th Independence Day and we decided to join the celebration by going to the Merdeka Parade.

Our children woke us up as early as 6.30m and in no time all five of us were on our way to the historical Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur. 139 more words


English Speech Contest: Animal Sounds by Eiman Naufal

Kata orang, kalau seseorang itu nak mahir dalam sesuatu bahasa, cara paling baik adalah belajar melalui literature/kesusasteraan. Itu kata orang lah, mungkin ada juga betulnya. Tapi yang pasti di Hong Kong ini, ramai lah ibu bapa yang menghantar anak anak kecil pegi belajar drama, theatre play, speech dan sebagainya. 204 more words

Kuala Lumpur

Landed in Malaysia!

Yesterday afternoon, I touched down in Kuala Lumpur, the flight having flown by in conversation with an Australian geologist – we started out talking about Thailand, moved on to politics, and then he turned out to be passionate about Elizabethan history and furious about Shakespeare conspiracies, which was unexpected but it was nice to find someone with such unexpected common ground.   859 more words

Being A Tourist

Malaysia Celebrate Merdeka Day 2014

Malaysian take part in the 57th Merdeka Day celebrations at Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur, August 31, 2014. Merdeka Day (Independence Day) is a national day of Malaysia to commemorate the independence of the Federation of Malaya from the British colonial rule on August 31 1957 and is celebrated on August 31 each year.


Train Ride

This morning Mitch and I went for a short run and then had breakfast around our hotel. Afterwards, we went outside and I took a few pictures from the roof of the parking garage. 245 more words