Chinese New Year is just around the corner and like almost every Asian celebrations, there is bound to be plates after plates of irresistible, mouthwatering food on the table. Since we only celebrate it once a year, guilty pleasure kicks in and there goes the strict diet you were diligently following for the past few months. Before we realize it, our weighing scale delivers that bad news.
After an energy-draining week full of fussy bosses, meetings after meetings and key-mashing desk job at the office, the weekend has finally arrived! It is time to lay back, take a deep breath and relax.
For two days, we will not be pushed to the brink of smashing our alarm clocks in the morning, but rather sleep pass 12PM. Most people may be turn into a couch potato for the weekend.
However, if you are the type who would rather spend your weekend out of the house, here are a number of indoor sports and games that would fill your weekend with fun filled experiences.
The season to be jolly is just around the corner! Some families have already started their Christmas shopping, be it the Christmas tree, decorations or christmas cards, you name it, they are selling fast in malls.
Christmas is time for us to spend with people we love and care especially after working and stressing all year long. This includes exchanging presents, singing some Christmas carols and just being merry.
However in some other parts of the world, Christmas is celebrated differently from the usual (or what we usually know or see!).
We would like to share some unique Christmas traditions or customs around the world. If you do have some strange or unique traditions in your family, do let us know in the comment box below!
The festive and ever jolly season is approaching! Like every year, malls are flooded with shoppers looking to strike a great deal for Christmas presents or even a new outfit for the festive season.
Together with the hype, there are also events or performances showed ever more frequently as the days draw closer to the most wonderful time of the year. Here are a number of up and coming events in Kuala Lumpur that you should check it out:
It is about time we come to terms with this. Port Dickson is no more than a tourist attraction that it once was. It has become so commercialized and populated, defeating the purpose of an actual relaxing holiday getaway.
However, to be fair, there are few interesting things to do in Port Dickson that you might have missed all this while.
Since the school holiday is here, check out these places with your family or friends and who knows you will enjoy it!
It seems that 2016 is already coming to an end and before we know it, fireworks would be lighting up the skies, ushering in the New Year.
By now, majority of school children have already completed their final papers and are celebrating their annual liberation from studies, studies and studies!
Parents on the other hand have to deal with their nuisance at home, staring into a box, be it on their smartphones, laptop or game consoles. So if you’re trying to keep your children from transforming into couch potatoes, here is a list that will help you get your kids out and about and what better way to do so than doing it as a family.
Here are four places within the Klang Valley for you to visit during school holidays this December!
If you’re anything like me, the word ‘travel’ can both excite and worry you. Exciting because, well, who doesn’t love a good holiday? I also worry, a lot, because I am an extremely anxious perfectionist. I sometimes snap when I forgot to pack my shampoo. True story. In my defense, I can’t simply buy my shampoo anywhere because it is sold at specific saloons only. LOL.
To save myself from high blood pressure due to the constant worrying and to allow myself to relax then actually enjoy the holiday, I decided to prepare an ultimate travel checklist. This way, I won’t have to worry about forgetting to prepare or do anything for my holiday.
Malaysia has long been known for its multiculturalism. Every year we celebrate an array of festivals and celebrations, bringing together every Malaysian and fostering the spirit of unity. Among the many unique celebrations is Diwali or Deepavali, celebrated by our Hindu brothers and sister. Here are eight facts about Deepavali that you might have not known about.
Weekend trips are a great way to recharge and re-energise after a grueling week. You’ll be surprised at how much just a couple of days spent away from your familiar surroundings can perk you right back up and get you ready to take on the challenges of the days that lie ahead.
Whether you plan on filling your weekend with rest and relaxation or if you’re keen on an adventure-filled getaway, we’ve put together a list of five great places in Malaysia and Singapore that you can easily travel to by bus. The best part about it is that each trip will cost you less than RM100!
To make things even better, before booking your tickets, definitely remember to check out SaleDuck Asia to get your hands on vouchers and deals that’ll have you saving even more when you book your ticket with CatchThatBus in Malaysia or Singapore.
Travel while you’re young, they say. Take vacations from the hectic schedule once in awhile, they say. Life is short; YOLO, they say. Don’t worry about the money, they say; travel is the only purchase that will make you richer, they say.
Well, all of those are quite easy to say when you have a massive trust fund named after you since you’re not even conceived or you own trees that bear money, both are not necessarily mutually exclusive. For us, average peasants who live from paycheck to paycheck and actually pay our own bills (and others, too), a travel plan surely poses serious threats to our bank account.
Because we at CatchThatBus understand that life must go on, and in this case, you just need to satisfy your wanderlust, we list down a totally doable action plans to save your moolah to finance your travel plan. Hey, your next stream of travel selfies is not that far-fetched, okay?