Category: Lepak Spots

Grab It With Confidence

Grab It With Confidence Grab and 1 Utama team up to launch GrabZone 1 Utama, an exclusive pickup/drop off point for Grab customers! Malaysia’s premier/no.1/top ride-sharing service, Grab, has teamed up with 1 Utama Shopping Centre to introduce GrabZone 1 Utama – the first of its kind dedicated pick-up zone! Grab, which has been making strides in assuring the safety of their riders with the recent additions of an emergency button in-app, and in-car cameras to monitor your Grab rides, will now offer that same experience even before you get into the car. Launched on 11th October, GrabZone 1...

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The Level Presents: The Boat Noodle Challenge Playlist

Are you joining the Boat Noodle Challenge? Is your stomach up for 40 minutes of noodle-slurping fashion? Well, with the challenge starting this weekend there’s not much time to prepare, but we’ve got you up to speed with two exclusive playlists on Spotify to get you fired up before and during the challenge! First, check out ‘WARMING UP’ – a 5-song playlist bound to get you in the mood to do something intense, featuring classic rock hits to wake the system up! Once you’re ready to sit down for your meal, cue up INTENSITY – 10-song playlist designed to...

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Ready, Set, Eat: The Boat Noodle Challenge Kicks Off This Weekend

The Boat Noodle Challenge begins this weekend, and stomachs everywhere are preparing themselves to go to war, not just for bragging rights as the champion of boat noodle aficionados in Malaysia, but also with cash prizes of up to RM5000! With the preliminaries beginning this 14th October at the Boat Noodle Jaya One outlet, up to 40 contestants per session will compete head to head for 40 minutes to see who can finish the most bowls of noodles in 40 minutes. Boat Noodle staff will be keeping track of the best performing participants in every section, with 10 slots...

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Malaysia Really Boleh In the 2017 Southeast Asian Games!

By Yue Lynn When your home country is hosting the 29th Southeast Asian Games (otherwise known as the 2017 Southeast Asian Games), you can bet your bottom dollar that the intensity, hype and crowd atmosphere would be sky high. Fortunately, it was great that Malaysia truly delivered in the aforementioned aspects, aside from clinching the title of being the country with an obnoxious amount of medals (Gold: 145; Silver: 92; Bronze: 86). With a total medal count of 323, we clearly and smugly outshined other countries in terms of quality, quantity and shininess (#medaltypepun) amidst petty allegations from salty...

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