Malaysian ‘prepper’ shares survival tips


Prepared for the worst: One of Fiqri’s survival kits containing a torchlight, batteries, emergency health kit, a power bank and a solar charger.

PETALING JAYA: Experience is the best teacher for one man, who is among a small group of Malaysian preppers, or people who actively prepare for emergencies such as natural disasters, pandemics or even recession.

For Fiqri Ahmad, 25, his experience of being stuck for a month in his dorm room while he was a college student during a flood in 2017 was enough to make him realise the importance of being a survivalist.

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