Kuala Lumpur

CHINESE DEITIES TAKE BUSINESS CLASS FLIGHT FROM CHINA TO M'SIA

Statues of Chinese deities actually took business class flights with other passengers from China to Kuala Lumpur. Their tickets were "sponsored" by organisers as part of a Mazu goddess cultural exchange programme. The deities will even make a stop at Singapore before going back to China again.

Way to feel safe on a flight! #DeitiesCantFly #SafeTravels

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MALAYSIAN LAWYERS DENIED ACCESS TO DEATH PENALTY CONVICTS IN SG DEMAND KL SPEAK UP

We refer to the cases of Malaysians S Prabagaran and K Datchinamurthy who are on death row in Singapore's Changi Prison on charges of drug trafficking. They have strenuously maintained their innocence, and repeatedly complained that they have been deprived of a fair trial due to a flagrant breach of the doctrine of separation of powers.

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PACIFIC EXPRESS BUS CO LEAVES ME STRANDED IN MALAYSIA & HANGS UP ON ME

I will like to highlight my bad experience with the Pacific Express on my Malacca trip back to Singapore. Suppose to pickup at Hatten Hotel Malacca at 8am on the 11 Sep, as i does not stay near the hotel so we took a cab early at 7am and reach there by 7.10am. But was waiting till 7.55am and no one pick us up and the book form only have a Singapore number. So i try to calling in an a lady mention the pickup point is correct and continue to wait.

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SPORE & MSIA SIGN MOU FOR HIGH-SPEED RAIL - EXPECTED TO RUN IN 2026

Today (19 Jul), Singapore and Malaysia have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Kuala Lumpur - Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project.

When the HSR is in place, the travel time to get from Singapore to KL is 90 minutes.

The HSR line will run for 350km, with 335km in Malaysia and 15km in Singapore. It will consist of eight stops - Singapore, Iskandar Puteri, Batu Pahat, Muar, Ayer Keroh, Seremban, Putrajaya and KL.

There are plans to co-locate the immigration offices of Singapore and Malaysia to better facilitate the clearing of customs for passengers.

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PRC STEALS MAN'S IDENTITY, BOARDS FLIGHT USING HIS NAME

At the point of getting into the aircraft he was told he had already boarded that perplexed him. Imagine when he went into the aircraft someone was sitting at his designated seat. Little did he know that the person had a printed boarding pass issued by MALAYSIA airlines with his actual name on it and worse that person had checked in 2 pieces of luggage in his name. When that person possibly a Chinese national was asked for identification he just walked out of the aircraft and disappeared.

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BEWARE OF PERVERT DRIVER FROM KKKL TRAVEL & TOURS DELIMA SINGAPORE DRIVING BUS BMD6989

Last night I went through one of the most terrifying experiences of my life. I was the only passenger on a bus from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. The trip lasted around 5 hours and I was sitting about 10 rows back. The bus had the lights switched off since it was night time

Towards the end of the trip, when we had reached Singapore (around 2am), the driver asked where I wanted to be dropped off so I went toward the front to let him know. He then stopped the bus, and asked if I was alone, if I didn’t have any friends, got up and followed me to the back where I was sitting and said to me “You sleep here, in bus with me”, at the beginning I thought it was an innocent old man trying to be funny or sweet. but he kept on insisting. And i naively just smiled and simply said “no, I need to be dropped off at x place.”

He then started telling me “you’re cute, you sleep here, you’re cute, you sleep here with me” “kiss me, kiss me” repeatedly. At this point the bus was still dark, the door was closed and he was sitting next to me trying to force himself on me, trying to kiss me and touching my body everywhere. I was terrified and wrestled with him as much as I could, but I was so fearful, I had no idea what he was capable of and was afraid of more aggression from him. I pushed him away as hard as my fear let me and said NO.

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FLASH FLOOD IN KUALA LUMPUR

Yesterday, it rained heavily from 6pm to 8 pm. Due to the heavy rain, about 40 cars were trapped in the flood on Jalan Semantan at the entrance of Universiti Malaya.

Traffic was affected on Jalan Semantan, Jalan Pantai Baru and Jalan Bangsar.

Jalan Duta was cut off by the rising floodwaters.

Please share this with drivers who are going up to KL this weekend for safety and awareness.

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COCKROACHES FOUND IN MALAYSIAN MADE MILO POWDER!

A Malaysian woman in KL recently opened a packet of Milo powder and to her horror, she found cockroaches in it! How can did the cockroaches get into the Milo? Was it already contaminated at the factory, and if so, where is Nestle's quality control? To our Malaysian readers, those who frequent Malaysia to buy cheap groceries, and those who have already bought Malaysian made Milo from our local supermarkets, please beware before you drink it!

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US & AUSTRALIA WARN OF TERROR ATTACK AT POPULAR M'SIAN HAWKER STREET

According to statements issued by the US and Australian embassies in Malaysia, terrorists may be planning an attack at popular hawker destination Alor Street in Kuala Lumpur. The US and Australian embassies have warned its citizens to stay away from the street, located in a shopping belt in KL's city center, and its surrounding areas. They say that terrorist organizations in the past had planned attacks to coincide with significant dates, but gave no further details.

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