Month: October 2009

  • House on a Rock at Rhode Island

    House on a Rock at Rhode Island | Clingstone, an unusual and such a vintage, 103-year-old mansion in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay, survives through the love and hard work of family and friends. Henry Wood, the owner, runs the house like a camp where all skilled workers welcome. The Jamestown Boatyard hauls the family’s boats […]

  • Why You Should Visit Singapore

    Singapore is an island city-state located at the southern part of Malaysia. Occupying only 710.2 km square, Singapore is a microstate and the smallest nation in Southeast Asia. It is substantially larger than Monaco and Vatican City, the only other surviving sovereign city-states. The population of Singapore including non-residents is approximately 4.99 million. Singapore is […]

  • Deepavali 2009: Festival of Lights Images

    Deepavali or the ‘Festival of Lights’ is celebrated by Hindus with prayers, family gatherings and festivities. Open houses are held where family and friends visit each other and enjoy delicious Indian traditional goodies. Expect to find plenty of “muruku”, a crispy Indian delicacy that is particularly popular during this festival. Below are some beautiful photos […]

  • Ultimate Geek in Malaysia (Funny)

    My friend, Fitri has experienced a very rare moment in his life, in which he is “luckily” met with this phycho geek in the public restroom in Kuala Lumpur. Take a look on this picture and tell me what you think. This is very funny hahaha 🙂

  • How to Claim Tax Back When Leaving the UK

    How to Claim Tax Back When Leaving the UK | Do you know that besides claiming Value Added Tax (VAT) at the airport, you can also get your tax back? But this offer only limited to those who have stayed and resided in the United Kingdom (UK) for some time. While the residences of UK […]

  • Photo Monday – Introducing You Orang Utans!

    These are the compilation of wonderful scenes of orang utans in Borneo. Once widespread throughout the forests of Asia, orang utans are now confined to just two islands, Sumatra and Borneo. There are two genetically distinct species: the Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) and the Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). The two species show slightly different physical […]

  • Funny Malaysia’s Man Lost His Pants!

    —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- “Bro, faster please, I lost my pants!” Picture by: My friend sent this to my facebook. I believe the picture was taken in Malaysia, judging by looking at the surrounding, the man and the bike!

  • 10 Best Things To Do in Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city of Malaysia. The city proper, making up an area of 244 km square has an estimated population of 8 million people. It is the fastest growing metropolitan region in the country, in terms of population as well as economy. While there is so much to see and […]

  • Past and Present Music Graphic Designs

    Music changes as time passes by. Despite the wide variety of different music genres, adults would have probably noticed the changes in music styles from the past to the present. Some adults enjoy music from the past, which what they listened to when they were younger and are not very interested in modern songs. They […]

  • Photo Monday – Honest and Serene Angkorian Smiles

    Cambodia is a country in South East Asia with a population of over 14 million people. While the largest city is Phnom Penh, the most attractive and popular city is a Siem Reap, where the tourists can see the magnificent Angkor Wat. Cambodia is the successor state of the once powerful Hindu and Buddhist Khmer […]