Monday, August 21, 2017

Emile Preschool in Singapore


Finding a good preschool in Singapore is one of the first and most important steps you will need to take for your child. Preschool ages are the most important time for the brain development of your kid and for this reason the preschool you choose should not only provide lots of fun; it should also care, stimulate and encourage to satisfy his or her curiosity.

When looking for a child care or preschool in Singapore, you should look at many aspects like the curriculum, the experience and the qualification of both management and the teachers, teacher-child ratio, environment, teaching material and even the food the preschool provides.

If you are looking for Singapore preschool and child care, Emile Preschool may just be the right choice. Founded by National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) professors, Dr Ke-Wei Huang and Dr Pei-Wen Tzuo.  Dr Ke-Wei Huang is an NUS professor and holds a PhD in Information Systems. Dr Pei-Wen Tzuo is a former assistant professor on early childhood education at NTU. Emile Preschool uses latest research findings and international best practices to provide one of the best preschool education in Singapore today.

In Emile Preschool, most trustworthy, research-proven discoveries and materials in the areas of neuroscience, psychology, and education are combined into a curriculum which foster children’s abilities in thinking, resolving problems, acquisition of knowledge and building a strong motivation for learning from an early age. The educators in Emile Preschool acknowledge that every child is gifted in a different area and focus to recognize, develop and nurture the strengths and talents of the children.

The preschool also recognizes that the environment is the 3rd teacher and provides a high quality and orderly environment where reputable and high-quality learning material is used such as National Geography Kids and Oxford Reading Trees.

If you are looking for Singapore preschool and child care, Emile Preschool may just be the right choice. 
STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and maths) teaching principles adopted in Emile Preschool is designed to integrate STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and the art of design in education. It is usually believed that exposure to STEAM subjects from an early age would help to build various thinking skills and lay a strong academic and intellectual foundation.
Emile Preschool offers Playgroup, Nursery 1, Nursery 2, Kindergarten 1 and Kindergarten 2 programmes starting from 18 months old to 6 years old. Curriculum includes English Language and Literacy, Chinese Language and Literacy, Speech and Drama, STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths), Drawing, Painting, Arts and Crafts, Music and Movement, Gymnastics and Thematic Activities. All programmes have a low teacher-child ratio to ensure children get quality care and attention. The preschool aims to increase the confidence and skills in speech and presentation are nurtured and strengthened since young.

All these programmes and curriculum is designed to nurture the minds of young ones. Emile Preschool also puts emphasizes of physical nurturing so provides best quality and healthy meals. Various well-balanced meals approved by a professional nutritionist for the children are provided to help them thrive and grow. All organic vegetables and other products are provided from safe and reputable sources. The preschool has utmost care on details like only a paediatrician-recommended shower cleanser soap that is paraben- and phthalate-free is used.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant


I like to eat Turkish food frequently and there are a few Turkish restaurants in Singapore I visit regularly. The one I most frequent is Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant. In my opinion, Sofra is the best Turkish restaurant in Singapore with its rich menu, attentive staff and management as well as the prices. This Beach Road Turkish restaurant has been around more than 12 years and is, I think, one of the most popular Turkish restaurants in Singapore. If you are looking for Turkish halal food in Singapore, this one is a must visit.

Sofra's specialities include Eggplant Kebap, Iskender Kebap, Jumbo Kebab Combo, Red Lentil Soup, Salad Plate, Sofra Yaprak Tavuk, The Chef. Everyday, they have a special set menu. They have (currently) below special dish schedule :

Monday       Lahmacun + Ayran or Şalgam
Tuesday       Tantuni + Ayran or Şalgam
Wednesday  Tandir Kebab
Thursday      Lahmacun + Ayran or Şalgam
Friday           Etli Nohut + Pilav
Saturday       İzmir Köfte + Pilav
Sunday          Çiğ Köfte  + Ayran or Şalgam

Sofra has really good cooks. Each dish is quite delicious and reasonably priced. It is very obvious that they use quality ingredients, especially very good quality beef in the restaurant. One surprising thing is that the taste is quite similar to what you would get in Istanbul, Turkey.

Other than food, they have a special corner from where you can buy Turkish food supplies such as Turkish cheese, Turkish Olive Oil, Turkish deserts, nuts and so on.

Sofra Turkish Restaurant in Singapore
Sofra Turkish Cafe & Restaurant is around for more than a decade and is one of the best Turkish halal restaurants in Singapore
Softa Turkish Restaurant is located at 100 Beach Road, #02-42/44, Shaw Tower, Shaw Leisure Gallery, 189702. You can call +65 62911433 for reservation.



Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Feng Shui service in Singapore


Feng shui plays an important role in daily life in Singapore. This ancient Chinese system of aesthetics, can be seen in every aspect of the life such as architecture, interior design, furniture decisions, work space, way of life and even healing. In Singapore, many business owners and individuals uses feng shui to improve the quality of their life and find happiness and success.

Feng shui is an ancient Chinese philosophical system, which focuses on harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment. The art, which literally means "wind and water", dates back some 3,000 years and aims to harmonize the power of wind and water, the flow of energy to bring wealth and prosperity to ones life. Used properly, feng shui is believed to properly would enjoy great wealth, health and ultimately, vastly improved happiness.

Feng shui is an art and philosophical system which requires mastery to harness effectively. Unlike many people think, it is not about buying and placing auspicious items. It is about flow of energy and for people and businesses, this flow is best harmonized by an experienced and reliable feng shui master. It also involves increasing energy flow and putting ourselves in the commanding position of that flow. Doing so allows us to create a more vibrant, more successful, more fulfilling life.

For this reason, if you want to bring wealth and prosperity to your life, it is utmost important to find a reliable Feng Shui Master in Singapore. One such master is Master Sanna (山越師傅), Principal Consultant, Founder and Master Trainer of Sanna Holistic House and one of the most renowned Feng Shui Master in Singapore. He has helped many people from all walks of life to achieve success through his Feng Shui expertise and Spiritual Art Of Healing.

Feng Shui service in Singapore
Feng Shui is about the flow of energy and by getting an experienced feng shui master who understand the flow of energy, the master can easily implement the art of feng shui to the modern living in Singapore and other places.
Master Sanna's portfolio includes home feng shui, audit of current premises, selection of new premises and burial feng shui. Master Sanna is also one of the few Feng Shui master in Southeast Asia that specialize in Burial/Tomb (Yin Zai) Feng Shui.

Master Sanna established Sanna Holistic House in 1985. The practice specializes in the power of ancient wisdom for Yi Jing,  Feng Shui, Spiritual Healing and also Astrology. In the past 32 years, Master Sanna had use his art of ancient wisdom to help many people and businesses in Singapore and across Southeast Asia.

Besides this portfolio, Master Sanna offers various courses and have trained many students in Singapore and around the world. Master Sanna is also the published of two books :  "The Sanna Healing Lamp" that cover about topics like the ancient wisdom, luck and spirits and "Ancient Wisdom For Modern Living" cover on how Feng Shui can be implement to the modern living in today's world.

If you need a professional Feng Shui Master or make an appointment, you can go to sannahealing.org, email master@sannahealing.org or call +65-6817 1840.

About Master Sanna

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Mr Plumber Singapore


If you are looking for a plumber in Singapore, you should read on. When you need plumber services in Singapore, you may be confused by the choices you may have. But it is important to find a reliable, reputable Singapore plumber service which offers the best quality in the town.

Mr Plumber Singapore is one of the most well-established plumbing service companies in Singapore. They provide plumbing solutions for all your needs. With their licensed team of plumbers who are fast and efficiently, Mr Plumber Singapore serves you anytime and anywhere, be it day or night and at central locations or peripheral areas.

Why Mr Plumber Singapore?

10 years experience - Mr Plumber Singapore experience in plumping and thousands of plumping works for both residential (Landed, condo and HDB plumbing) and commercial plumbing.

90 days warranty - Mr Plumber Singapore has a reputation for professional and reliable plumbing work that they deliver. Their confidence in their plumbing works and excellence in delivery of results to all the clients is robust so they offer up to 90 days warranty for our plumbing repair services.

#1 Reviewed Singapore Plumber - It is important to choose a plumber which has a reputation and happy customers for the quality and the reliability of the services. Mr Plumper Singapore is Number 1 Reviewed Singapore Plumber (On Google & Facebook). They are the highly recommended plumber Singapore, with many happy customers and reviews over the years on Google and Facebook.

24/7 Service - The company offers 24 hours, 7 days service with availability for emergency plumbing.

Mr Plumber Singapore | #1 Recommended Plumbing Services Singapore
Mr Plumber Singapore offers 24 hours, 7 days service with availability for emergency plumbing.
Professional Team - All Plumbers in the Mr Plumber Singapore team are licensed, experienced and deliver quality workmanship.

Complete one-stop plumbing services - Full range of plumping services in Singapore at fair and transparent pricing. The plumping services include plumbing repair, water pipe leak repair, water heater installation, clearing clogged sink/drain/toilet bowls, installation & repair of toilet bowl, kitchen sink, toilet sink, drainage pipe, concealed copper pipes repair, floor trap, etc.

Affordable plumber prices - Plumbing prices offered by them is very affordable and transparent. You can check some guideline prices at mrplumber.sg/plumber-singapore-price.

Mr Plumber Singapore | #1 Recommended Plumbing Services Singapore

If you are looking for a trusted, reliable and professional plumbing company in Singapore, you can reach Mr. Plumber Singapore for transparent quotation and honest pricing for all your plumbing needs at www.mrplumber.sg or call (65) 6653 6258.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central


If you are looking for a hotel in Macau, check this hotel out. Located in Cotai, Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central is on the Strip and minutes from Sands Cotai Central and The Grand Canal Shoppes. This 4.5-star hotel is close to University of Macau and Macau Tower.

Make yourself at home in one of the 4001 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while iPod docking stations and cable programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as laptop-compatible safes and desks.

Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. Before a night out at the casino, the 3 outdoor swimming pools are a perfect way to relax and recharge. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting / childcare (surcharge). The complimentary shuttle will take you to the nearby casino or shopping center.

Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 3 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Relax with a refreshing drink from a bar/lounge or one of the 2 poolside bars. Buffet breakfasts are available daily for a fee.

Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central

Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and limo/town car service. Planning an event in Cotai? This hotel has 267827 square feet (24891 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary at scheduled times, and a ferry terminal shuttle is also provided at no charge.

Highlights
  • 4.5 Star Hotel in Cotai, Macao
  • Near The Grand Canal Shoppes
  • 1 floor building with 1 rooms

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Train to Chiang Mai from Bangkok


Northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai is the 5th biggest city in Thailand. The city is remarkable greener and calmer than Bangkok and is one of the important culture and art center in Thailand. The city was once very difficult to access so this isolation created a very unique and interesting culture which can be seen in the city even today.

You can take a flight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai (700 km distance) or take a bus but the most popular ways to travel between Bangkok and Chiang Mai is by train. You can buy your train tickets in Hua Lamphong train station ( beware of scammers who will try to direct you to some bogus ticket offices).

Getting from Chiang Mai train station to city center takes less than 10 minutes ride. There are at least 6 trains from Bangkok to Chiang Mai from 08:30 AM till 10:00 PM in the night. The journey takes 1w to 15 hours and a first class sleeper on the train costs 1,700 Thai Baht. The train is a very popular way to travel between Chiang Mai and Bangkok so if you are planning to take the train, book in advance.

There are 1st class sleepers, air-conditioned 2nd class sleepers, non-air conditioned 2nd class sleepers, 2nd class seats and 3rd class seats options on Chiang Mai - Bangkok trains. 1st class sleepers have 2 berths and your ticket will buy one bed so you will travel with strangers. You can have sole occupancy of a 2-berth sleeper for an extra 500 baht (£10 or $16). The most popular class is air-conditioned 2nd class sleeper.

The best would be getting a night train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai in a first class sleeper and spend the night on the road. This will save you hotel money and effectively it will be less tiring and time consuming than taking flight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Even if you want to see the Thailand country side, night train like this is still a very good option. The last one third of the train ride will be in the daylight and you will have a chance to watch the sunrise from the Chiang Mai train in the morning. The scenery in this section is in the mountains and is particularly good.

Train to Chiang Mai from Bangkok
Chiang Mai train offers a fantastic view of Northern Thailand's hills.
We recommend you to take 9/10 trains because the night travel will be very convenient and the new Chinese-built high-quality sleepers on trains at these hours are excellent. These new trains feature seat- mounted screens for watching TV and movies during your journey and aircraft -type toilets, not the old kind that drop straight onto the tracks. If you cannot find a ticket on this ultra popular trains, 13/14 is the second-best sleeper train using the next most modern cars. This train still passes the best scenery near Chiang Mai in daylight.

First class sleeping compartment in new Thailand trains. These trains serve the Bangkok - Chiang Mai services at 9 & 10. Photo - Bangkok Post

Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale 2017


Hush Puppies, American internationally marketed brand of contemporary, casual footwear for men, women and children, is sold by Redina Trading in Singapore. Now there will be a Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale between 20 June – 9 July 2017 where you can expect discounts up to 80% on Hush Puppies apparels and undergarments, bags and fashion accessories. Early bird specials will be available from now till 23 June where customers take home free bag and umbrella with minimum spending of $100 or more at the sale event.

Please note that shoes, will not be available in this round of sale, according to the company.

Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale 2017
Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale 2017
Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale 2017 will be at the Redina Trading HQ at Redina Trading Pte Ltd, 17 Bukit Batok St 22 S(659587) between 20 June – 9 July 2017 from 10.30am – 7pm daily.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

10 Reasons to Travel to Vietnam


Everyone who loves to explore should put Vietnam in the first place in their travel program. Vietnam is really an authentic country, with impressive landscapes, colorful and dynamic cities, warm and gentle people, and a good blend of old and new.

1. Vietnam is relatively unspoiled by tourism

After hundreds of years of struggle, under the invasion of foreign states and lived in poverty, Vietnam, today opened its doors to foreigners, tourists and investors, welcoming them with a glamorous face and hospitality.

Vietnam is a new country in terms of tourism. Unlike Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, you will see smaller number of tourists walking around the streets. Vietnam is not as spoiled as the countries with more tourists. Local people are genuinely interested in tourists. They want to chat to you with their little English.

2. Vietnam is safe

Vietnam is a pretty safe country to visit even for women traveling alone. Actually, I can say from my own perspective that I have not felt unsafe anywhere in South Asia. Usually the countries with majority Buddhist population are safe.

Most of the Vietnamese were farmers and most of them were born in the villages. The communist government seems to have done its utmost to make the premise a safe place. Considering the recent history of the country, there is a warm attitude to many tourists, especially Americans. They will wrap up the pain of the past, look into the future.

3. Vietnam is relatively cheap to travel

Vietnam, offering super luxurious travel comfort, offers the possibility to travel with a very low budget. It is possible to eat for 1 Dollar at a stall on the street, and even if you go to super luxurious restaurants, the prices are still reasonable.

It is possible to travel in Vietnam, a favorite country for backpack travelers, with a daily budget of $ 15. Almost everywhere in the country there are convenient hotels, guest houses and hostels. For example, the 4-star Sunway Hotel Hanoi in Hanoi costs $ 49 per night for 2 people.

4. Ha Long Bay

Imagine over 2,000 limestone cliffs rising from the emerald waters of Tonkin Gulf to the sky! This is Halong Bay, Vietnam's most popular tourist destination in the world. According to the, Vietnam remains in a difficult situation with the Chinese, and the gods send a dragon for help. This dragon spouts jade and jewels from its mouth and forms the limestone rocks that we see today, and through these obstacles the Chinese can not enter.

Cruise ship experience among these interesting limestone cliffs is a unique experience. Halong Bay is beautiful and charming and this place is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is located 4 hours from Hanoi, the beautiful capital city in the north of the country.

Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay
5. Unique Vietnam Culture

Vietnam has one of the oldest cultural heritage in South East Asia. History of Vietnam goes back to the Bronze Age, and the area was more than 1,000 years in Chinese domination. Therefore, the influence of Chinese culture on the culture of the country is great.

Following the independence from China, Vietnam was under the influence of the Khmer empire for a while. In the French colonial period, European culture interacted. In Vietnam, where the Latin alphabet is used, the values ​​of old, atelier, social and family values, handicrafts and labor are of great importance. Also in this exotic culture of Far East, where we are a stranger, dragons and turtles have an important place. In addition, the bamboo plant and lotus flower are considered sacred.

6. Vietnamese people are warm and friendly

Like many neighboring countries in Southeast Asia, Vietnamese people are friendly, gentle and friendly. When you look at your eyes, a smile appears in their faces, they are very elegant and sweet. I have not encountered anyone who is trying to attract people and to sell something in shopping places and markets. The same is true when you walk around the historic district of Hanoi's tradesmen. Everyone is busy engaging in performing arts and taking care of incoming customers.

When visiting historical sites and temples, everyone respects and respects the rules without loud noise. You can easily start chatting with whatever you want in almost everywhere. The farmers living around the Mekong Delta are very impressive with their productivity and hard work. It's also amazing to play crafts and instruments.



7. Mekong

The Mekong River is a river that is the lifeblood of Southeast Asia with a length of about 4350 km. The adventure of a dive starts from Tibet in the eastern Himalayan Mountains at an altitude of 5,224 meters and flows into the South China Sea beyond 6 Southeast Asian countries like Yunnan (China), Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.

The Mekong Delta, which the Mekong River meets with the sea on Vietnam soil, makes this geographical region of more than 7 million people unique. With white sandy beaches, tropical forests, small villages and towns scattered among the waterfalls, this is a very interesting and rich geography.

8.Vietnamese Coffee

If you're a coffee lover like me, I'm sure you'll love Vietnam's coffee culture. Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer in the world, though not very well known. So it has an important place in the culture of the country. Although I usually drink milk and sugar, I prefer the simple one (ca phe den).

It is possible to have delicious coffee and sit in a tree shade or park even on street benches. Try the ice-cold cup. Take care of the addresses Café Mai (79 Le Van Huu, Hanoi) or Highland Coffee (26 Le Loi, Ho Chi Minh City).

9. Extraordinary caves

I like caves, and in every country I go, I like to visit immediately when I hear that you are a cave. Vietnam is one of the largest and most impressive caves in the world. Think of a geography, you are discovering the world's greatest cave more recently. This is Vietnam. Sơn Đong Cave was discovered in 2009 yet.

After Phong Nha Cave, 44.5 km long, which is the other famous cave of the country, Sơn Đong Cave was located in the world press. The width of some rooms of Sơn Đòng Cave is 5 km. Imagine how many airplanes you can imagine! Those who go to Ha Long Bay know the beauty of Surprise Cave cave.

10. Vietnamese cuisine and tropical fruits

Whether you like to eat fruit or not, Everybody gets to know the tropical fruits that make a different sensation other than a taste that is known before. This is my testimony. Mangosten, dragon fruit, rambutan are my favorites.

Today it is possible to see Vietnamese restaurants in many cities of the world. The development of the culinary culture and the diversity of delicacies. Seafood, chicken and meat have an important place in the Vietnamese cuisine where fresh vegetables are often used. If you love Hele seafood, South East Asia is already in heaven itself! Although we are very conservative in taste, coming to taste without local tastes makes the trip incomplete. At least enjoy a Pho soup.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Patio Pacific Resort Boracay Island


Boracay Island is one of the world's and South East Asia's most beautiful and famous islands. White Beach in Boracay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and its stunning 4 kms of whiteness is absolutely gorgeous. This beach is also one of the most happening places on the island with most of the colorful Boracay night life, entertainment, boat tours, sports activities and shopping opportunities are here.

Patio Pacific Resort is located on Station 1, the most vibrant and popular area of ​​White Beach. Opened in 1990, the Patio Pacific started with only 8 rooms and was called the Pink Patio then. Although it does not have a sea view, it now has 65 rooms, but it has a very good location only a 1-2 minute walk to White Beach.

Resort has the Ecology and Economy Specialist Award from the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Tourism. The hotel has three floors, deluxe, premiere deluxe, family rooms and suites.

Spacious and all-inclusive, Patio Pacific Resort rooms feature wifi, cable television, mini bar, complimentary tea and coffee, water, table, coffee table and comfortable bed. The Deluxe rooms overlook the Garden Cafe, which is open all day and overlooks the Garden Cafe, which is located in the hotel's own garden, while the other rooms overlook the pool where hotel guests are free to use. Deluxe rooms have a double bed and a sofa that can turn into a bed. Premier Deluxe rooms have the same bed option plus bathtub.



Patio Pacific Resort offers guests a buffet breakfast. There is plenty of choice in the buffet breakfast, where you can also enjoy the Philippine breakfast. Refreshed breakfast in the Garden Cafe or in the hotel garden is included in room rates starting from 4000 pesos with taxes.

There is a small bar next to the hotel's pool and a climbing wall where guests can use again free of charge. There are a lot of tropical plants and flowers in the garden, and the ambiance that I created reminds me of Bali. A carefully crafted camellia in this garden is intended for romantic couples.

The pool is huge enough, but there may be a problem with the number of sunbeds. Lovely pool with scrumptious sea and fine sandy beach whatever you do! But maybe some people like it from the pool.

For more information on Boracay accomodation, you can check our where to stay in Boracay page.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

AirAsia flights departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport


Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia currently operates scheduled domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations around 25 countries. Its main hub is Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Here is the list of these destinations offered by AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur:

From Kuala Lumpur to Alor Setar- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Bali- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Balikpapan- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Banda Aceh- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Bandung- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok - Don Mueang - 7 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Bangalore- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Bintulu- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Brunei- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Cebu- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Chennai- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Chiang Mai- 4 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Clark- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Da Nang- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Guilin- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Hanoi- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Hat Yai- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh City- 5 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong- 5 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Johor Bahru- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kalibo- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kochi- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kolkata- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kota Bharu- 8 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu- 14 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Krabi- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kuching- 12 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Kunming- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Labuan- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi- 11 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Lombok- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Macau- 4 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Makassar- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Medan - Kualanamu - 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Miri- 5 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Nanning- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Padang- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Palembang- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Pekanbaru- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Penang- 10 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Phnom Penh- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Phuket- 4 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Sandakan- 4 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Semarang- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Shenzhen- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Sibu- 6 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Singapore- 13 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Solo- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Surabaya- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Surat Thani- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Tawau- 5 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Tiruchirappalli- 3 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Vientiane- 1 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Yangon- 2 x DailyDirect
From Kuala Lumpur to Yogyakarta- 2 x DailyDirect