Bon Jovi Live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Date, Venue, Ticket Info and Pricing

Bon Jovi Live in Malaysia

We’ve toured around the world since 1995 and are excited to reunite with our Malaysian fans again! See you on September 19th! -Jon Bon Jovi

I can’t tell you how excited I am. After 20 years, Bon Jovi is finally back in Malaysia once again and I’m surely not gonna miss his gig. I went to his concert back in 1995 as a teenager and now as a father of two I’m surely not gonna miss the band rocking Stadium Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur on 19 September 2015.

If you’re a big fan of Bon Jovi, then go get em’ tickets quick! Tickets are now available for sale online at and selected outlets around Klang Valley.

Ticket Charge Ticket Outlets

Tickets are going for RM888 to RM168 with seated areas and free standing zones. But this is a rock concert so don’t be expecting to sit around and not moving your butt! Even if you wish to sit down, do be warned that you’ll probably be forced to stand up since everyone else will be and they will be blocking you view then.

I’ve already got mine, now go get yours quick!

Bon Jovi Live In Malaysia 2015

Date : Saturday, 19 September 2015
Time : 8:30pm

Venue : Stadium Merdeka

Ticket Info:
VIP – Numbered Seat – RM888
PS1 – Free Standing – RM628
PS2 – Free Seating – RM488
PS3 – Free Standing – RM388
PS4 – Free Seating – RM288
PS5 – Free Seating – RM168

Organizer / Promoter : IMC Live Group (M) Sdn Bhd (1123501-A)
Address : C-5-41, Block Camilia, 10 Boulevard, Lebuhraya Sprint, PJU 6A,47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Contact : +603 7731 2929
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The launch of HTC Desire EYE and RE Camera in Malaysia


HTC brings forth yet another desirable smartphone, the HTC Desire EYE. Boasts to be one of the best front-facing cameras available on the market today, and software that puts you center frame and looking your best, the HTC Desire EYE is designed to capture life’s big and small moments in perfect clarity.

HTC Desire EYE

HTC Desire EYE is fully equipped to take great photos, videos and selfies. Its BSI sensors capture crisp photos, even in low-light conditions, and intelligent dual-LED flash on both cameras provides flattering, natural tones when ambient light levels drop further.

The HTC Desire EYE will be available from today onwards at all HTC authorize retailer with a recormmended retail price of RM 1699. Two colors are available for the HTC Desire EYE which is Submarine Blue and Coral Red.

HTC RE Camera

RE is a stunning yet minimalist cylindrical design camera. RE is made to be held, and fits naturally and comfortably in the palm of your hand. you’ll never have to worry about missing a moment fumbling between modes, as RE’s built-in grip sensor instantly activates the camera as it’s picked up, eliminating the need for a power button. Its large, tactile shutter button captures photos with a single tap and videos with a longer press, making it fun and super-easy to capture high-quality, creative imagery or video.

RE applies HTC’s innovative touch and stunning design philosophy to break into a completely new product category and reinvent photography to suit current and future trends.

RE will be available in Malaysia mid-December, and it will be retailing at the price of RM 699 at all HTC authorize retailer. Thr Re Camera is vailable in three colours – Navy, Orange, and White.

Save Your Celebration with WD

WD_Save Your Celebration

We’re still pretty much in a festive mood, with friends and family gathering and all the yummilicious food to eat; Hari Raya never fails to bring Malaysians closer together. And with the convenience of smartphone cameras, surely many memorable photos are captured. But how do you make sure your photos are kept safely for life? You make sure you keep a copy of your photos in a safe and reliable storage.

In light of the upcoming Hari Raya celebration, WD® in Malaysia is giving you the chance to win a new My Passport® Ultra™ portable hard drive and special Hari Raya hampers through their “Save Your Celebration with WD” contest.

The contest will commence from 12th – 19th August 2013 and all you need to do is to follow these simple steps to participate:

  1. Visit WD Malaysia Facebook page at and click on the link to the contest site.
  2. Upload a photo that best represents Hari Raya to them.
  3. In not more than 30 words, tell us ‘How will the My Passport Ultra help you save your memories and moments this Hari Raya celebration?’.

Many attractive prizes to be won for participants with the best photo and slogan.

  1. First Prize: My Passport Ultra 1 TB portable hard drive (worth RM279) and a special Hari Raya hamper (worth RM150).
  2. Second and Third Prize: My Passport Ultra 500 GB portable hard drive (worth RM219)  along with a Hari Raya hamper (worth RM150) for each winner.
  3. Five Consolation Prizes: Jusco Shopping Vouchers  (worth RM100).

So what are you waiting for? Now share and store your precious Hari Raya moments, so you can relive the festive celebration again and again.

Samsung-Chelsea Brings Joy and Priceless Football Experience to Malaysian Children


In conjunction with Chelsea Football Club’s Here to Play Here to Stay Asia Tour 2013, Samsung and Chelsea FC have teamed up once again to bring the youth football camp to Malaysian children.

This is the fourth edition of the Samsung-Chelsea youth football camp and I’ve been to the last two, all I can say that these children aged nine to 13 from Yayasan Sunbeams Home and Royal Selangor Club is definitely having a great time with the Chelsea youth coaches.

This year, the youth football camp is held, yet again at Chelsea’s Blue Pitch in Damansara Damai, 60 participants learned the tricks of the trade from Chelsea Foundation coaches who have been following the first-team on tour.

Kudos to Samsung and Chelsea FC for making this event a great success.  Most importantly, the kids get to have fun and learn from the best. I hope to see more of such youth football camps in the near future to help develop our grassroots football in Malaysia.

Legendary Guns N’ Roses to Perform in Malaysia

Guns N' Roses

If you’re a rock fan like me, you’d probably be really excited by now to read the title of this post. Well, stay excited as there’s a high possibility that Guns N’Roses will be rocking Malaysia this March.

In an article by Business Circle, it is clearly written that the legendary rock band will be performing at the post race concert in conjunction with the 15th Anniversary of F1 in Malaysia.

The 15th anniversary of F1 in Malaysia will continue to be exciting with post race concerts. For the first time, we will see legendary Guns N Roses performing at the concert. This is the band’s first performance in Malaysia and their first post race concert for F1. We will provide more value to ticket holders to enjoy the many benefits and privileges such as discounts and vouchers for fine dining, retails, parties, public transport and tourism attractions.

The Star daily feature’s twitter account, @MyStarTwo tweeted about the concert as well but so far there’s no further info on ticketing of this post race concert at all.

Now there is a possibility that GE13 could be on the same month but as for now, I’m gonna stay positive on this. So stick around, I will find out more soon.*

ROCK ON _\00/

12-12-12: Here’s To Another Milestone

December 12th on any other calendar year is just another ordinary day. But as of this year, December 12th or 12-12-12 marks the century’s last repeating date.

I’ve been screen-capturing these dates for the past three years on my iPhone and this year will be the last time I’ll be doing it this repeating date won’t happen again anytime soon in our lifetimes.

Life has been good to me for the last three years as I got married and blessed with a beautiful baby girl. All I hope now is that the Mayans are horribly wrong with their calendar and we will live to see sunlight on 22nd December 2012.

Here’s wishing everyone a wonderful 121212. Some say that it is nothing significant but today is the last of the great repeating dates to occur in our lifetimes.

Britain’s royal couple visits Sabah and Kuala Lumpur

Britain’s Prince William and Catherine Middleton is scheduled to visit Sabah and Kuala Lumpur from Sept 13 to 15 as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and it would be great to give them a royal welcome. While we are all excited about the royal visit, given the thought that if you were to host a royal family, where would you bring them around in Malaysia, especially in Sabah and Kuala Lumpur?

One thing about being a Malaysian, we always extend our hospitality. But sometimes I still find it hard to think of a tourist destination to bring my foreign guests around whenever they visit me here in Malaysia. Shamefully, I turn to the ever helpful TripAdvisor™, the world’s largest travel site, to find out some great recommendations and things to do, as rated by travellers around the world.

So here are some things to do as revealed by TripAdvisor’s travelers…




Danum Valley
Want to go where the royal couple has trekked? Ranked #4 in Sabah on TripAdvisor, Danum Valley is a vast tropical forest, covering close to 44,000 hectares of lush flora and fauna. Often recognised as one of the most complex ecosystems in the world, it is a wonderful retreat for those looking to be at one with nature.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “The Danum Valley without a fraction of a doubt is one of the best places I have ever visited. Its unspoilt beauty and rich flora and fauna coupled with its diverse animal life make it a treasure to visit time and time again.”


Turtle Island Park
Another wildlife park not to be missed is Turtle Island ranked #2 in Sandakan. Turtle Island provides an opportunity for animal-lovers to watch endangered green and hawksbill turtle landings. It consists of Selingan which is home to a turtle hatchery, as well as Bakumgan Kecil and Gulisan islands which have conservation activities. Plan an overnight stay to watch the turtles come ashore after dusk to lay their eggs.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “Saw turtles in their natural environment and the island was good to stay on. The food was good and the rangers informative.”


Water Sports

Downbelow Marine and Wildlife Adventures
Learn scuba diving with Downbelow Marine and Wildlife Adventures ranked #2 for tours in Kota Kinabalu on TripAdvisor.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “Downbelow Marine & Wildlife Adventures are fantastic to dive with. Their instructors are friendly and great fun to be around.”


Mountain Trekking

Mount Kinabalu
One of the tallest mountains in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu which ranks #2 in Kota Kinabalu, stands at 4,095 metres and is situated at the Kinabalu National park, Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You can have hikes lasting for a day or more than two days with certified guides.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “The fantastic view of the surrounding valleys, the flora and fauna and being rewarded with the sight of Mount Kinabalu as you reach the top of the route is enough to take your breath away.”


History Museum

Mari Mari Cultural Village
Ranked #5 in Kota Kinabalu, Mari Mari Cultural Village transports you to ancient Borneo with its indigenous architecture and rituals. From blow pipe making demonstrations to sampling traditional delicacies, travellers will be able to experience Sabah’s culture then and now.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “Very entertaining – well worth a visit. The staff were excellent – they took much pride in their job and willingly explain anything to us inquisitive tourists.”


Kuala Lumpur


Art Museum

Islamic Arts Museum
The Islamic Arts Museum is ranked #2 in Kuala Lumpur on TripAdvisor. With over 7,000 artifacts ranging from the smallest piece of jewellery to one of the world’s largest scale models of the Masjid al-Haramin in Mecca, the Islamic Arts Museum is Southeast Asia’s largest museum of Islamic Art.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “This museum contained one of the best collections of Islamic art I have ever seen.”


Architectural Building

Petronas Twin Towers
Ranked #4, the Petronas Twin Towers are impressive icons in Kuala Lumpur’s city skyline. The infamous Skybridge which connects the 2 towers was featured in the film ‘Entrapment’ starring Hollywood actors, Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Go on the Skybridge and admire Kuala Lumpur at 170 metres above ground.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “A must see if you’re into buildings and structures, this place at night is a photographer’s dream come true.”



Aquaria KLCC
Ranked #7, Aquaria KLCC is a world-class oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 aquatic and land-bound creatures from Malaysia and around the world in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, taking up 60,000 square feet.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “This is fantastic for all ages – myself and my son had a wonderful couple of hours here, so much to see.”



Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
Ranked #8, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is the world’s largest free-flight, walk-in aviary. Set in a sprawling valley, this renowned eco-tourism park is home to more than 3,000 birds of approximately 200 species of local and foreign birds.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “This is a must for visitors to KL. It’s amazing to have storks and pelicans flying over your head and to be up close and personal with so many birds not in cages.”


Factory Tour

Royal Selangor Pewter Factory and Visitor Centre
Ranked #10, the Royal Selangor has grown from a small family-run business to one of the best known pewter brands. Its factory and visitor centre allows you to see, hear and touch pewter through interactive exhibits. You can make your own pewter bowl using traditional tools or craft your own pewter accessory.

As one TripAdvisor traveller said, “Our group of six visited the Royal Selangor pewter factory, and we absolutely loved it, especially the wonderful School of Hard Knocks class in making a pewter bowl.”

More information on these attractions can be found at


Stereo Therapy @ The Pool – 15 September 2012

Every now and then, I get invited to some of the coolest party in town. My Lenovo Book of DO buddies, DJ Aliff and DJ Jason or better known as LFL Will be spinning at Stereo Therapy @ The Pool this coming weekend. Together with Victor G, Alam, B.A.T.E, Gaijin & Nanameh – get ready to kick back and chill out with a little treatment of Stereo Therapy by the poolside.

So if you haven’t got any plans this weekend, why not grab your bikinis or beach shorts and chill out at The Pool with a good dosage of Stereo Therapy. Oh yes, it’s gonna be a wicked poolside party ;)


The Pool has been getting a lot of hype lately with amazing parties and it’s ultimately the spot for an outdoor pool party. We’ve had plenty of memorable memories at the venue and thought that it wouldn’t be enough until we’d get to host our own pool party there.

So, this time around, a bunch of us are getting together to add a little of our touch to a special evening pool party with a lineup of the finest KL has to offer. Get a dose of your Stereo Therapy on; be it with deep house, tech house, disco or even big room.

It’s the time to start cultivating outdoor evening pool parties. No more being stuck in cramped smoky tight spaces. Take a dip in the pool on a Saturday evening, enjoy your drink outdoors in the sun, meditate and let your minds free to a treatment of Stereo Therapy that’ll be provided by us purveyors of musical treats. Enjoy the fresh air, the water and a beautiful sunset.

Join us at Stereo Therapy with Victor G, LFL, Alam, B.A.T.E, Gaijin & Nanameh.


PS – We’re setting up a barbecue with chicken wings, burgers and what not for you hungry party animals. So don’t worry about food when you come!

PPS – We’ve got fire-eaters towards the evening to entertain you!


– Date: 15 September 2012
– Venue: The Pool, KL (Location)
– Time: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
– 5 people per bottle (table included)
– RM310++ for 1 Black Label
– RM688 nett for 2 bottles of Belvedere Vodka, Glenmorangie Whisky & Veuve Clicquot Champagne
– Free Tequila shots for those in the pool
– No cover charge

Call 0173156750 for more info.

Happy 55th Merdeka, Malaysia – Choose Your Malaysian Heroes

Today, we Malaysians celebrated our 55th year of independence from British colonial. It is also a day for us the younger generation to look back and be thankful to our great forefathers and other national heroes. Without them, I am very sure we won’t be celebrating like we did today.

Like every patriotic Malaysian out there, I know who are my national heroes. Question is, do you yours? I came across this fun website and I have chosen my national heroes. However, there are moments when I really don’t know how to choose.


Try it out for yourself at and find out our true Malaysian heroes.

Angry Malaysians Unleashed Creative Concept Logos for 55th Merdeka Celebration


The 55th Merdeka Day logo has received a series of criticism from the public over the past week. Angry Malaysians cry foul over the hideous logo that looked more like a last minute attempt to meet deadlines rather than a logo that inspire the celebration of Merdeka Day.

The appalling logo design has also triggered many creations of concept logos designed by many creative and free-spirited Malaysians. Most of them are worthy of a replacement option for the official logo.  A Facebook page called ‘Kami Bantah Logo Kemerdekaan Malaysia Ke 55’ is demanding for the 55th Merdeka Day logo to be changed. On the page, many unhappy Malaysians expressed their discontent with the logo which was officially announced on, our Merdeka Celebration portal.

Another Facebook page, ‘KukuBesi Manipulasi’ is running an independent logo design contest in conjunction with the 55th Merdeka Day, encouraging anyone to submit their masterpiece on their wall. The page attracted many entries and it’s a joy to learn that we still have many creative talents in Malaysia. The closing date for the contest is on 30th July 2012.

Well of course, they are plenty of logos submitted. Some logos are just plain hilarious and some will make your jaw drop. Just how good are these concept logos? You be the judge of it.




For more concept logos, do visit:

Also do check out this YouTube video done by @tekong

*Note: All logos used on this post are for demonstration purposes only. All logos and images are the property of their respective owners.
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