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Playing the role of a Kuala Lumpur Tourist

We sometimes take for granted the city we live in especially when we're busy commuting to and from work. Also, every time we think of a holiday, we would rather think of getting out of the city or country but it doesn't have to be so. I took half a day off yesterday to have a short evening tour of Kuala Lumpur, riding on the Hop-On Hop-Off coach. 
My journey started at the Malaysia Tourist Centre (MATIC), Jalan Ampang. I joined a group of fellow bloggers and students from the University of Manitoba, Canada who were in Malaysia on a study trip.

We left at 4pm and our first stop was to the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. We passed the Klang river en route. The Klang river which flows through Kuala Lumpur and Selangor eventually flows into the Straits of Malacca. It is approximately 120 km in length. 
To increase economic viability of the area, master planning and beautification works will be carried out along a 10.7 km stretch along the Klang and Gombak River corridor. Significant l…

Why have a neutral coloured sofa when you can have colour?

Besides the classic bag and No.5, CHANEL is known for their black, white and beige colours and I have to say that having worked there for so many years, has me a little biased towards these colours when purchasing items.  I'm automatically drawn to these shades as they match EVERYTHING.  But my quirky side is also a strong influence and I simply love bright colours when it comes to accessories. When it comes to furniture, opting for neutral color has long been the recommendation for those selecting larger upholstered pieces, and this rule doesmakes a lot of sense.  A quality sofa can be one of the more expensive pieces of furniture we purchase, and for a large percentage of rooms, going with a neutral fabric is indeed the best choice. On the other hand, it could be time to consider breaking the rule. With so many richly hued options available, in stock or through custom order from the array of fabrics many vendors offer, it’d be a shame not to just go for it in the color department o…

30+ Random Acts of Amazing Vandalism

I've seen my fair share of vandalism on public property in Malaysia. Mostly graffiti on walls, some of which are really creative.

Other forms of vandalism not attractive AT ALL






They even stick stickers on road signs!!

Have you seen the graffiti art in Brazil? They're absolutely everywhere! Even on historical sites!







But vandalism with humour in mind, I find truly amusing. Here are some compiled by BoredPanda:

#1 Genius Street Art: Ant-Man Vs Yellow Jacket #2 To Whoever Put This On The Men's Bathroom Light. You're A Genius, Sir!
#3 Whoever Did This... Too Funny #4 Canadian Vandalism