Global Day of Discovery at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur 2018

So yours truly and some of the Influenzas team members were over at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel for their Global Day of Discovery recently.. My team and I definitely had an enjoyable time mingling with other invited guests and indulging ourselves with the treats offered by the team at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel.. Advertisements

Ice Age Alive -the “coolest” exhibition in KL!!!

Most of us might probably have seen the Dreamworks animated movies Ice Age…and with lovable characters like Sid the sloth, Manny the mammoth, Diego the sabre tooth tiger and other interesting characters… and we do wonder what the Ice Age really look like… With dinosaur exhibitions popping up all over the place..to quote YB Datuk…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Mah Meri in Pulau Carey

Rentak Selangor or the Beats of Selangor a trip by Gaya Travel and UPEN Selangor is, of course, a build up to the main event which will be the Visit Malaysia Year 2020… and it is also coincides as part of the Eco Tourism Masterplan… since it incorporates homestays, villages and places off the beaten…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Istana Bandar Jugra & Royal dances…

Being one of those people who are super fascinated with ancient buildings, I am always excited when I know I will be visiting some old building, church, temple, mosque or palace- ok it does not quite go well with my fear of the supernatural and things that go bump in the night, however, I have…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Urumee Melam, Calling of the Gods’ Spirit at Batu Caves

This is one of the most vibrant and also essential Malaysian-Indian traditional performance which you can find here in Malaysia… The “urumee melam” gets its name from the urumee, an intricately carved, double-headed hour glass kind of drum made from goat skin, that is the lead instrument in the group, which also feature other traditional…

Rentak Selangor 2018 – Kampung Sungai Haji Dorani

This quaint little Kampung Sungai Haji Dorani is the ideal place for a refreshing respite from the busy everyday city life. With lovely irrigation canals said to be built by the British for the rice fields all those years ago, and sandwiched between vast rice fields which were however bare when we were there…