If you are into beaches, shopping, eating and nature tropical style then Malaysia is the place for you. It is very affordable too. But for history and architectural enthusiasts, Malaysia is fine but not top on the list. Here’s my top 5 of places to visit in Malaysia. Continue reading “Malaysia’s Top 5”
Somehow, Morocco has always seemed like an exotic and faraway place. It has more UNESCO world heritage sites than a country deserves to have. Besides amazing medieval cities, deserts, Islamic art and architecture, the food itself is reason enough to visit Morocco.
Land of Mahsuri…Who?
Previously, any visit to Langkawi would revolve around Mahsuri, a gamat factory and the ugly giant eagle statue. The lady, sea cucumber and fake eagle have since lost the battle to modern-day tourism. Well, the giant eagle is still popular but that is because it is right next to the Ferry Jetty and Shopping Complex.
Auckland, a place so different from the rest of New Zealand. At times, you wonder if you are in China or India or the Pacific Islands.
Thinking of becoming your own boss? What form will it take – sole proprietorship? Sdn Bhd? Each has its pros and cons. The former is cheaper to maintain with less administrative work – no need for company secretary, SSM rules, annual accounts and audits – but the risk of the business will be introduced into your personal assets.
In 2012, a third option which combines the flexibility of the sole proprietorship with the ringfencing of risks of the Sdn Bhd was gazetted. The Limited Liability Partnership (“LLP”) has arrived on Malaysian shores. Continue reading “Setting up Your Own Business – an Exciting New Business Form”
Tanjung Sepat, the setting for murder most foul. One and half hours’ drive away from KL, it is the site of the famous Sosilawati murder. Less sensationally, Tanjung Sepat is a small Chinese Village where the main attractions are the Ganofarm, pau’s and dried seafood.
Kuala Selangor is a popular day trip destination for KL-ites.