Friday, 8 November 2019


Check out the Electronics Deals on Shopee this 11.11 Big Sale with discounts up to 50% on some of the most popular searched products with the lowest price guaranteed. To add to the thrill, Shopee is keeping the price a mystery, which will only be revealed on 11 November 2019 at 12am sharp.

Home Appliances
Enjoy your favourite fried food the healthier way with the all-time favourite Russell Taylors Air Fryer that uses rapid air technology to fry instead of oil. Perk up your home with the Deerma Air Humidifier and Phillips 43” HD LED TV at an exclusive price on Shopee.

Mobile Phones
Planning to get a new phone? Check out the crowd-pleaser Huawei P30 or the recently launched iPhone 11 at an unbeatable price! The Huawei P30 comes with Google Play Store so you can still use your favourite Google app worry-free. Receive the best deal for the Samsung Galaxy A50s 6GB+128GB in three unique colours.

Camera and Mobile Accessories
The bestselling APEMAN C420D Dash Cam offering a sharp full HD resolution gets a big price slash which is too good to miss. GoPro Hero Black 8, an upgrade from its predecessor that is made more suited for vlogging, has landed in Malaysia and comes with a free mystery gift. The Verbatim 20,000mAH Powerbank, powerful enough to charge a laptop and comes with QC3.0 fast charging capabilities, only on November 11.
Laptops and Computer Accessories
Take this chance to stock up your Canon Laser Toner that comes with a 10 Year Manufacturer Warranty. If you are tired of tangled wires and cables, go for a wireless mouse, selling at an exclusive price on Shopee.

Visit Shopee’s biggest Electronics Sale at now and fill up your cart with all the superb deals. Get ready to find out the mystery price on 10 November, 11.59pm and check out your cart as soon as the clock strikes 12. Act fast as there are limited quantities only. Also, enjoy free shipping with a minimum spend of RM11, daily cashback of up to 111%, and a chance to purchase a Toyota Vios for only RM1 when you shop on Shopee this 11.11 Big Sale.

Monday, 17 June 2019


Sunway City, June 2019 – Sunway Lagoon recently collaborated with Pelangi and Q-dees Kindergarten for its Phase 1 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Education Reach Out programme. The initiative aimed to provide an early learning experience for pre schoolers on effective waste disposal as part of Sunway Lagoon’s commitments to support the SDG Goals.

A short briefing was provided by the Sunway Lagoon team at the commencement of the event to enlighten the pre-schoolers on the 3Rs elements and its contribution towards reducing pollution and conserving natural resources, landfill space and energy. The students then had a hands-on experience in waste segregation through interesting and fun-filled activities.

The edutaining programme has since empowered a total of 980 children from 10 kindergartens to incorporate the ‘Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (3Rs)’ elements as the basis for sustainable waste management. “Education is the key to build awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals. We see the importance of inculcating good 3Rs habits from a young age as it is the first step in reducing waste. Phase 2 will see Sunway Lagoon collaborating with Smart Reader as well as Real Kids to further its commitment in promoting 3Rs concept amongst the younger generation,” said Sean Choo, General Manager of Sunway Lagoon.

SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer, the Nickelodeon characters paid a surprise visit to conclude the children’s Best Day Ever, in conjunction with the Sunway Lagoon Nickelodeon Raya campaign.

Aside from the SDG Education Reach Out programme, the Asia’s Premier Park also advocates sustainability through numerous events in recent years such as the World Earth Day, Earth Hour Blackout Fest, Fishing Frenzy, World Animal Day events and the Wildlife Heroes program which created awareness on wildlife and nature conservation among the younger generation.

For more information, please call Sunway Lagoon at +603-5639 0000, visit or connect to

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

World Premier And Biggest CBeebies Party At Resorts World Genting This March School Holidays!

Last Saturday, my mommy brought my brother and I to see the CBeebies Party at Resorts World Genting. We were all very excited especially my younger brother because he is a fan of Go Jetters and Hey Duggee. He loves to watch these shows on TV. 

The live show is presided over by a lively show host, who introduces the stars of CBeebies as they perform in their own Party Piece segment with a cast and crew hailing from Australia and Singapore.

The line-up includes characters who will need no introduction, like The Teletubbies, Hey Duggee, the Go Jetters and Ubercorn, and Sarah & Duck. Each segment is packed with its own unique and fun hook, from party dancing along with the Teletubbies, Tinky Winky, Dispsy, Laa-Laa and Po and becoming honorary cadets at the funkiest school in town with the Go Jetters Xuli, Kyan, Lars, Foz and Ubercorn, a disco dancing unicorn. Celebrate Scarf Lady’s birthday with Sarah and her best friend Duck, and earn your Hey Duggee teamwork badge with Duggee and the members of the Squirrel Club including Betty the Octopus, Happy the Crocodile, Roly the Hippo, Tag the Rhino and Norrie the Mouse.

Learn, laugh and play with special CBeebies Friends, through song, dance and friendship together, leading into a celebratory finale unlike no other, dancing along with fun giant party balloons. Hooray! It’s Party Time!

There is no party like a CBeebies party and Resorts World Genting proves that with the global debut of the ‘CBeebies & Friends – It’s Party Time!’ show. The musical extravaganza runs from 16-31 March, 2019 at the Genting International Showroom. Tickets are now available, priced at RM186 (VIP), RM156 (PS1) and RM116 (PS2), with an additional RM4 processing fee. Children below the age of 1 enjoy free entrance. Families travelling to see this world premiere can also enjoy attractive show-and-room packages for as low as RM353 nett, offering savings of up to 51% off standard room and ticket prices.

For more information, visit or call +602 2718 1118.

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Nickelodeon's Dora The Explorer Is Live At Resorts World Genting This School Holidays

My mommy, brother and I visited Resorts World Genting recently to watch Nickelodeon's Dora The Explorer LIVE! Search For The City Of Lost Toys. This show was very entertaining especially for young children because there were a lot of interactions like riddles and questions.

In this live stage show, Dora has lost her teddy bear Osito and she needs help to find him. Sweeping through elaborate sets and rousing musical numbers, Dora must venture through a jungle of obstacles with nothing more than a map, Boots, Backpack, Diego and her other courageous friends to retrieve Osito. It will not be easy, however, as the sneaky Fox Swiper plans to foil her quest at all turns. Engaging the audience through songs, dances and problem solving, there is no doubt that Dora will eventually succeed, so she can sing out her catchphrase at the end - We Did It!

Children will enjoy the learning and entertainment in a fun way. Lots of interaction with kids and thrilling adventures brought to life through the magic of songs and dances. Dora is an inspiring character who celebrates girl power, who is bilingual and instills important values on being a leader.

Produced by Life Like Touring and Nickelodeon, and conceived by co-creator of Dora The Explorer television show Chris Gifford, Dora The Explorer LIVE! Search For The City of Lost Toys first premiered in Melbourne, Australia in 2010 and has gone on to tour more than 15 countries since entertaining over two million people across the world. Arriving in Malaysia for the very first time at Resorts World Genting, the 14 strong cast and crew will act, sing and dance through 18 songs over the 90 minutes production with a 15 minutes intermission. There will be original songs written for the live stage show as well as familiar songs from the television series. 

The showtimes are 7.30pm Monday to Friday, 4pm and 7.30pm on Saturdays and 4pm on Sundays from 24 November 2018 to 1 January 2019. There will be no shows on 26 November, 3 December, 17 December and 24 December. 

Tickets are priced at RM 186 (VIP), RM 143 (PS1) and RM 101 (PS2). An additional processing fee of RM 4.00 applies. Genting Rewards Card members enjoy a 10% discount via cash, credit card or Genting Points redemption.

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Awana Bio Park Nature Trails At Resorts World Genting

My mom, brother and I were at Awana Bio Park, Resorts World Genting recently for some bird watching activity and to explore the 130 million year old rainforest. Can you imagine that the the rainforest is that old? This rainforest is very near the beautiful Awana Hotel which has an 18 hole golf course. 

Our bird watching activity came at the right time right after my brother asked mom to buy him a binoculars. My brother was very excited when Resorts World Genting invited us for a 2 days 1 night trip especially bird watching activity. 

We learnt different types of bird names from a very good book which Mr. Henry Goh showed us. We saw about 4 different types of birds that day.

Mr. Eddie Chan from Treks guided us when we explored the tropical rainforest. He explained that there is wifi and visitors can get more information about the plants, insects and other information by scanning the NFC code on their mobile phones. This is cool technology because I didn't expect to see all these in a rainforest. 

It was my first time going hiking in a rainforest and I find it a little challenging. Some areas were quite steep and some were covered with long grass.

The three new trails join the current selection of five adventures to be had in the jungles of Genting Highlands, all of which unveil different facets of the forest. Wifi Forest with Shinrin Yoku is an immersive experience combining the Shinrin Yoku concept of contemplative forest appreciation from Japan with strategic use of smartphone apps to reveal the rich biodiversity of the rainforest. The Treks Adventure Experience takes things a little more in the direction of courage – abseiling down a 24m boarded slope placed at a 55-degree angle to appreciate the jungle. As twilight descends, the brave and the inquisitive can venture out into the dark to encounter nocturnal animals with Trek’s Steven Wong over a Night Herping session. And for those who prefer the comfort of light, the Sunset Watch at The English Garden is a perfect compromise between day and night, indulging in the spectacle of the sun setting over the pristine rainforest of Genting Highlands. 

In addition to the activities designed by Trek, Resorts World Genting is also introducing a Pitcher Plants Conservation Project and a Bamboo Conservation Project at Awana Bio Park. The project will include participation from other organisations like Universiti Malaya, Birdlife and the Malaysian Nature Society for the study of forest rodents and wildlife, as well as partnering with Semai Orang Asli to promote indigenous craftwork and raise awareness of the role of bamboo in traditional food making.

We saw a beautiful pitcher plant there. 

All trails are conducted by specialist guides from Treks and are by appointment only, with the fees being RM75 per person for the Conservation Trail, RM95 per person for the Herb Forest and RM135 per person for the Biodiversity Trail. A minimum group of 3 is required for each trail. For bookings, please contact Trek Events at +6013 399 3667 or email For enquiries on the Bamboo Conservation Project, please contact 013- 3993667 (TREKS Eddie).

My mom, brother and I learnt a lot during this trip and we enjoyed exploring the rainforest very much. Thanks to Resorts World Genting for this invitation.

Friday, 12 October 2018

Sea Turtles Releasing at Resorts World Kijal, Terengganu

Recently, my mom brought my brother and I to Resorts World Kijal, Terengganu for a short weekend trip. We were all very excited, happy and enjoyed our trip. Our hotel room had an amazing sea view and pool view.
I enjoy seeing the view from our hotel room.

My happiest moment here was planting turtle eggs and releasing sea turtles hatchlings to the sea. Turtles usually arrive on Terengganu beaches from April to September, mainly consisting of the common Green Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) and the occasional rare Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys Imbricate). Returning by instinct to the very area that they were hatched, the 7.6km beach at Resorts World Kijal is one of these hallowed places. For about three months, the eggs will lay incubating in the sand, only for the hatchlings to emerge during a full moon and speed their way to the ocean. In the years to come, many will return to the very same beach, completing the cycle of life. And Resorts World Kijal will be there waiting to welcome them back.

Turtle eggs need to be put in the hole the exact way it was laid. No tilting or turning the eggs.

Releasing baby sea turtles into the sea was a happy moment for me. The turtles are so cute. However, these baby sea turtles will be floating on the surface of the sea for the 1st week and most of them would be eaten by other fish or birds. Only 1 out of 1000 can survive and grow big. The female sea turtles will return to the very spot they were released to lay eggs.

There were also other activities which my brother and I enjoyed such as playing and swimming at the beautiful pool. 

Resorts World Kijal also organizes telematch games where we had a lot of fun. This was a great way to meet new friends.

There is also an 18-hole golf course here, giant Snake & Ladder, jacuzzi, bicycle riding and some hammocks to relax.

This is a very fun and educational trip. I would love to come here again. 
If you want to book a trip here, their address is : 

Km 28, 24210, Jalan Kemaman - Dungun, 
Kampung Meraga Beris, 24100 Kijal, Terengganu

Saturday, 25 August 2018

Museum Of Illusions

During the recent school holidays, my mom brought my grandparents, brother and me to Museum Of Illusions. It is located at 1st and 2nd floor of Ansa Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. It is open from Monday to Sunday from 9am to 11pm. Ticket price is RM 35 for adult, RM 25 for child and RM90 for family ticket.

I love this place because I learnt a lot about science and what we see that is actually not real. This is a great place to take family photos.

The Ames Room is very unique. The floor is slanting downwards towards the left and when people stand at the left side, they will look very small. Those standing on the right side would look like giants.

The color room has three main colors (red, yellow and blue) shining on the wall and when the colors mix, there will be different colors.

Kaleidoscope where you can see many faces. Quite fun playing here.

Going through the vortex tunnel made me feel dizzy. Make sure to see my video below to see how fast this spins.

There are lots of pictures, photos and other activities here. Come and visit to see how your brain reacts to different situations and why what we see may not be true.  This is a great place to play, learn and have fun!

For more information, you can visit