Silent Getaways in Malaysia

Every 31st December witnesses a global celebration where the passing 365 days have reminisced and the next cycle full of hopes. Unbeknown to some, No Interruptions Day falls on the same date. A day to have plenty alone time and focus on yourself and no one else. So we thought these 3 places would be... Continue Reading →

Cafés to Hunt for the Holidays

Semester break is back again, have you already made plans for the holidays? If you haven’t, ride with CatchThatBus and find some delicious food at cafés around Malaysia and Singapore. Don’t just save more, enjoy the exploring too! #dekatje   MELAKA Synonymous to its status as a world heritage site, Melaka also promises palate satisfaction... Continue Reading →

8 Fun School Break Activities

November and December are the biggest rewards in the life of primary and secondary school children. We’ve got some activities where both children and adults can have some smart fun. Hey, who said you can’t enjoy the break without ditching education itself? 1. Ice Age Alive   Back to the near-genesis of existence! The exhibit... Continue Reading →

8 Simple Travel Safety Tips for Men

Photo Credit: TheBelleVoyage “Traveling is the antidote to ignorance” ... Above are the wise words of a stand-up comedian, Trevor Noah. To some it is the epitome of freedom; others the way of life. Regardless, travellers always have to take safety precautions - especially for solo women traveller, but what about the men? Check out... Continue Reading →

Simple Ways To Board Your Bus

Do I have to print my ticket? Can I board my bus straight away? We bet you ponder upon these questions every time you book a bus ticket online. Fear not, this guide's sole purpose is to address those concerns. Here, you will stumble upon the various operators available at your fingertips and two simple... Continue Reading →

5 Do’s and Don’ts to Practice During Ramadan

Today marks the last Saturday before Ramadan - the month of fasting for Muslims all over. A period where faith, perseverance and stomachs are put to the test and iftar becomes the daily wait. Although an annual event, the hours long fast or 'puasa' still remains challenging especially when we consider it lasting one whole month -... Continue Reading →

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