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Traveler’s Power Pack INNERGIE Sudah Berada Pasaran

Traveler’s Power Pack INNERGIE Sudah Berada Pasaran

blog, Event, Travel Tech, Uncategorized
Akhirnya produk INNERGIE secara rasminya telah dilancarkan dan boleh di didapati di berberapa kedai seperi Tundermatch, AllIt , Harvey Norman dan beberapa kedai komputer & Mobile phone di Low Yat dan Digital Mall. Untuk pembelian online boleh dapati di Lazada. Kalau anda ada baca post sebelum ini saya ada buat review bagi produk INNERGIE Life Hub Plus sangat sesuai bagi traveller seperti saya yang bawa pelbagai gajet dan memerlukan charging yang cepat. Produk INNERGIE adalah brand dari Delta umpama Toyota mengeluarkan kereta jenama Lexus. So lebih kurang macam tulah. Rupa-rupanya syarikat Delta ini telah diasaskan di China sejak 1971 dan sudah mengeluarkan pelbagai produk 'Power Electronik, Energy Management dan Smart Green Life'. Boleh tahan jugak syarikat Delta ini k...
Fashion Backpackers di MARA In Fashion

Fashion Backpackers di MARA In Fashion

Event, Uncategorized
Julung kali Malaysia Backpackers dijemput untuk hadir ke MARA IN FASHION (MIF) RUNWAY  2016. Biasanya dijemput untuk event berkaitan travel dan food tetapi kali ini berkaitan fashion. Adalah jugak sebelum ini dapat jemputan untuk fashion show jenama Quiksilver malangnya terlewat dan sesat ke lokasi event. So orang dah jemput kita datanglah mana tau fesyen-fesyen zaman sekarang ini sesuai digayakan untuk backpacker Malaysia. Bagi menyemarakkan industri fesyen di tanah air ini MARA telah mengadakan program MARA IN FASHION (MIF) pada 23 April 2016 di The Grand Ballroom Premiera Hotel sebelah Pertama Kompleks. Untuk program ini dijalankan adalah untuk mengetengahkan bakat-bakat  pereka fesyen muda untuk berkarya serta menzahirkan rekaan dan produk yang mempunyai identiti tersendiri di pasar
Melaka in the early 1900s

Melaka in the early 1900s

Malaysia, Melaka, Uncategorized
"Think Your Next Trip, Think Malaysia Backpackers" P.S : I'd love to meet you on Twitter : here Read other perspectives on this topic from awesome group of backpackers at Malaysia Backpackers Group And if you enjoy this post, please consider sharing it on Facebook or Twitter below
Pray For MH370

Pray For MH370

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Dear all , please pray for the safety of the flight passengers and crew members of MH370. Thank you. "Think Your Next Trip, Think Malaysia Backpackers" P.S : I'd love to meet you on Twitter : here Read other perspectives on this topic from awesome group of backpackers at Malaysia Backpackers Group And if you enjoy this post, please consider sharing it on Facebook or Twitter below
Advice on quitting your job and travelling for a year

Advice on quitting your job and travelling for a year

Article, Uncategorized
Most of us see the world in snippets at a time – a long weekend here, a two-week vacation there. But when wanderlust grows beyond what those trips can contain, a longer journey might be in order. Embarking on a six-month or year-long adventure often can mean taking a leap of faith and leaving key responsibilities behind, like arranging for an extended leave of absence or resigning from a job. But those that have done it say the experience is more than worth it. We sought out some of those brave, inspirational souls on the question-and-answer site Quora.com, asking: “what should I know if I want to quit my job, leave everything behind and travel for a year?” From the logistics of planning such a trip to the difficulty of managing others’ expectations and re-entering the workforc
MBTUBE : From Butterworth, Malaysia to Bangkok, Thailand

MBTUBE : From Butterworth, Malaysia to Bangkok, Thailand

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Backpacking by train starting from Kuala Lumpur than transit for almost 5 hours in Butterworth, Penang than continue to Bangkok with different coach. This video show our journey in coach from Butterworth, Penang to Bangkok. "Think Your Next Trip, Think Malaysia Backpackers" P.S : I'd love to meet you on Twitter : here Read other perspectives on this topic from awesome group of backpackers at Malaysia Backpackers Group And if you enjoy this post, please consider sharing it on Facebook or Twitter below
Wesak Eve Procession & Wesak Day

Wesak Eve Procession & Wesak Day

Event, Malaysia, Uncategorized
Wesak Day is considered to be very important for Buddhists around the world. On Wesak Day, Buddhists all over the world celebrate events of significance to Buddhists of all traditions: Wesak eve ( Thursday ) 23 May 2013 Wesak Day 2013 Procesession in Melaka Time : 7.00pm until might night Organizer : SKE Temple / State Gov of Melaka .The event saw the participation of about 2,000 people from various Buddhist societies and schools in Malacca. Joining the procession were 40 elaborately decorated and brightly lit floats. The procession started at the Seck Kia Eenh Temple in Gajah Berang and passed through several roads including Jalan Tun Ali, Jalan Kota Laksamana and Jalan Tengkera. School bands, kindergarten students, dragon and lion dance troupes and devotees young and old took part in th...
Datuk Chachar Festival’s the unique of Malacca 2013

Datuk Chachar Festival’s the unique of Malacca 2013

Event, Malaysia, Melaka, Uncategorized
Datuk Chachar is actually the Sri Muthu Mariamman Festival. The Sri Muthu Mariamman Temple is located at the Chitty village in Jalan Gajah Berang. This temple is the famous place among the Melakan as the centre that offers treatments for those suffering Chicken Pox, (Malay known as Cacar), shingles or herpes. This festival is a week long affair in late of April or early of May.The devotees that carry the kavadies must perform a cleansing ritual. Among the rituals are fasting from eating read meat for 10 days before the festival, abstaining from having sexual relationship, perform prayers and chanting. The festival begin.... Everyone (especially the kavadi carriers) will gather at the Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple as early as six in the morning for prayers and cleansing rit...
WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL YOUNG

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL YOUNG

Article, blog, Uncategorized
Muiz @ Perhentian (Photo credit: Anan Amri) As I write this, I’m flying. It’s an incredible concept: to be suspended in the air, moving at two hundred miles an hour — while I read a magazine. Amazing, isn’t it? I woke up at three a.m. this morning. Long before the sun rose, thirty people loaded up three conversion vans and drove two hours to the San Juan airport. Our trip was finished. It was time to go home. But we were changed. As I sit, waiting for the flight attendant to bring my ginger ale, I’m left wondering why I travel at all. The other night, I was reminded why I do it — why I believe this discipline of travel is worth all the hassle. I was leading a missions trip in Puerto Rico. After a day of work, as we were driving back to the church where we were staying, one o