Malaysian gets to live rent-free anywhere in the world for a year with family

It took Colin Ross Mukri a few days to digest the fact that he has won the chance to live anywhere in the world for a year, without having to pay for rent. That’s understandable, considering he has just been presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

The creative director and songwriter from Tawau, Sabah is one of 12 people who were selected for the Live Anywhere on Airbnb programme. Winners were chosen from a pool of over 314,000 applicants from around the world.

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