Genting Highlands that is located only 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur is where relaxation in nature and exhilarating modern entertainment have intertwined. There were many developments made to the area in recent years including the long-awaited 20th Century Fox World or will be named as Genting Skyworlds that sets to open in the second... Continue Reading →
As the 63rd National Day approaching this 31 August 2020, let's find out some interesting facts about our national flower - the bunga raya or hibiscus. Declared as the national flower of Malaysia in 1960 The Ministry of Agriculture proposed for a national flower a year after independence, which led to Malaysian state governments suggesting... Continue Reading →
Honeymoon is about connecting and making memories with your partner. Whether you are looking for the quintessential romantic getaway in a resort by the beach or you are leaning more towards action and adventure — Malaysia has it all. Your perfect honeymoon destination is just in our country’s backyard! Mataking Island, Sabah Also known as... Continue Reading →
The coronavirus has changed so many things in Malaysia. During the Movement Control Order (MCO), we were supposed to stay at home to stop the spreading of Covid-19. Now we are in Recovery MCO (RMCO) phase where state borders are opened, we can start travelling again. For the time being, we reckon domestic tourism is... Continue Reading →
Your comfort and safety during travel matters to us. We want to ensure you are well-cared for from your departure point to destination whenever you use our services. Therefore, for every bus ticket you purchase with CatchThatBus, you are entitled to insurance coverage under the Takaful IKHLAS travel insurance package for only RM1. Here's what the package... Continue Reading →
The first quarter year end has brought on challenge after challenge due to the COVID-19 pandemic and implemented social restrictions. This June, we celebrate a smooth transition from Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) phase to Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). Here’s a look back at some of this month’s historic events throughout 20 years. JUNE... Continue Reading →
We are sure you miss travelling to one of the best countries in the world — Singapore — and freely visiting the attractions as much as all of us at CatchThatBus do. So, while these Singapore tourist attractions are still waiting to open its doors for visitors, we have compiled some of the most popular... Continue Reading →
This coming Sunday we celebrate the men of the house whose sometimes stiff charm we’ve grown to adore over the years. And while a pandemic subsides in today’s background, we think these simple ideas will help you plan for Father’s Day 2020! CELEBRATING FROM AFAR Unlike most years before, celebrating our loved ones from afar... Continue Reading →
The #NewNorm can be another organised way of doing things - a fresh perspective of life! If you don't know what we're talking about, check out how our much loved and missed malls are putting fun and easy in safe-shopping. Berjaya Times Square Check out more photos here. Sungei Wang Plaza Their designs bring back... Continue Reading →
Covid-19 makes cleaning and disinfecting our house and environment a top priority. Follow this cleaning and disinfecting best practices to keep you and your family safe and free from the coronavirus and other bacteria and germs.
No doubt the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) has greatly affected us. It tried our patience on social distancing, reintroduced digital challenges, and even sharpened creative skills.
However, as we put our hope in the Recovery phase starting June 10, here's a look back at some of the trending quotes that brought us through the past 3 months with humour, advice and motivation.
Since the Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced Malaysia will start Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) from 10 June to 31 August and domestic travel will be allowed, many people have quickly made their plans to have a nice getaway with their loved ones.Continue Reading →