You have searched for "public holidays"
Showing 1-10 of 5120
PETALING JAYA: Despite being affected by the soaring price of goods and wheat flour shortage, a roti canai seller in Melaka has been selling his roti canai for just 50 sen a piece for the past 21 years.
Six months after Hong Kong introduced equity index futures to make it easier for international investors to bet on Chinese stocks, Singapore still rules the market, although its Asian rival is making inroads.
IT’S been more than a month since Johor sprung back to life following the reopening of Malaysia’s international borders.
Popular Chao Phraya Express Boat boosts service from Tuesday (May 17) as schools reopen again in Thailand
Thailand's famous Chao Phraya Express Boat Ltd will boost its service from Tuesday (May 17) as schools reopen for the start of the academic year.
PUTRAJAYA: With several public holidays this month, AirAsia must ensure passengers will not be affected by delays or rescheduling, says Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi.
PUTRAJAYA: With several public holidays coming, AirAsia must ensure that passengers will not be affected by flight delays and rescheduling again, says Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi.
WHEN a coffeeshop is located across from a large and iconic market, a signboard hardly seems necessary.
KOTA KINABALU: Eight teachers were airlifted back to their school in two chartered helicopters over the weekend after their plight was highlighted on social media.A massive flood had recently destroyed three bridges, resulting in them having to endure an 18-hour hike to school.