My take on alcohol

I don’t drink. I have never tried it, and I don’t have the urge to try it. Reason? It’s against my religion.
I remember very clearly being told alcohol is a must in the public relations (PR) industry. I was told that’s just how you get things done, especially with media. When I was about to join the PR agency, one of my former manager at my first job literally said “I give you 1 year in the PR agency, and you will be drinking”. I told him I’ll prove him wrong.
I don’t agree with that kind of statement. Because I feel there are other ways to socialise and network. I was sure you can still be a good PR practitioner even if you don’t drink. I also felt like that statement is like an insult to the media industry, especially journalists (because they are not alcoholic!).
I joined the PR agency, did my work, and made a lot of friends from the media industry. I attended hundreds of events, drank a whole lot of virgin mojito and coke. I eventually took over the agency, and lead the team in ne…

My Beijing Express

Two Malaysian boys explored Beijing using public transportation, with no tour guide. And they don't speak a single word of Mandarin!

Mission is to visit the Great Wall of China, and the Forbidden City.

My Lahore Express, Pakistan

My last destination to explore in Pakistan was Lahore. I got a chance to check out the symbol of Pakistan, which is the Minar-E-Pakistan and went shopping at the famous Anarkali Bazaar.

Of course highlight of my trip in Lahore was visiting the Royal Mosque, which was another architecture masterpiece by the Mughal empire.

I love Lahore. I will go back to explore more!

My Murree Express, Pakistan

From Kasur, i went to explore the infamous Pakistani snow mountains. I took a bus from Lahore to Rawalpindi, and then hired a car to bring us up to Murree.

We spent a night at Murree, woke up fresh the next morning, and went to Ayubia to see some of the beautiful snow mountains.

 Check out the video below.

There is a special message about Pakistan in this video... you will be very surprised!

My Kasur Express, Pakistan

I did a little tour of Pakistan recently, and my first stop was the beautiful city of Kasur in Pakistan. Here, I got a chance to visit the famous Ganda Singh border where daily parade are held, Bulleh Shah (Punjabi poet) shrine, and more. Main highlight of the trip is meeting so many friendly people who welcomed me like their family members! Enjoy the video! *BEST VIEWED IN HD* Song credit : Sada Sohna Pakistan | Jassi Lailpuria Shukriya Pakistan | Rahat Fateh Ali Khan #Kasur #Pakistan

Royal Mosque, Pakistan

Badshahi Masjid or the Royal Mosque is one of the famous landmark in Lahore city. I fell in love with it from the moment I first saw it. The mosque was summoned by Emperor Aurangzeb and it was built overlooking the Lahore Fort. Just like the other magnificent buildings built by the Mughals, this mosque has an elaborate geometrical patterns as well as intricate floral patterns sculpted on the wall. It was mesmerising and I was in awe. I told my friend, I was born in the wrong era. I should be hanging out with the Mughals, where everthing is larger than life. But then... they don’t have Instagram 😝

Exploring Batu Caves

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It is literally about 11 kilometers from the city centre, making it one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions.

This 100-year-old temple is a functional temple where important ceremonies are being held, and it is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus.

 I've never been there, so, my friend and I decided to spend our weekend exploring it!

Enjoy the video!