By Salbiah Said KUALA LUMPUR, April 8 (Bernama) -- Malaysian franchisors planning to venture abroad must always think outside the box, says founder of D'Tandoor Food Industries Sdn Bhd, Datuk Abdul Malik Abdullah. "You need to know what your customers want. It's not easy to maintain your brand, but customers will pay for new things," he said at a seminar on Enhanced Franchise Development programme (EFDP) organised by the Malaysian External Development Corporation (MATRADE) recently.
By Kurniawati Kamarudin KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- For those who miss life in the kampung, there is a place they can go to that is not too far away from the capital city.
KUALA LUMPUR, 18 Mac (Bernama) -- Sunway Putra Hotel (SPH) buat julung kalinya menganjurkan festival makanan pada Khamis dengan menyajikan beraneka jenis hidangan enak dan istimewa dalam usaha meletakkan SPH sebagai antara tempat menjamu selera paling menarik di bandar raya ini.
By Massita Ahmad Bernama's correspondent across the causeway shares her take on the island city of Singapore. This week, Massita Ahmad writes on her visit to the Tanjong Pagar Station and the piece of history associated with the place. SINGAPORE (Bernama) -- There was certainly a mix of excitement and melancholy when I first saw the Tanjong Pagar Station.
SEPANG, Feb 25 (Bernama) -- Pusat Urbanisasi Desa Giching or PUDGi, a land located in Kampung Giching near here is the latest venue in the Klang Valley for organising weddings and outdoor activities among others.
By Sakini Mohd Said KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Whenever you are in Istanbul, Turkey, don't forget to stop at the roadside ice cream stands and try their ice cream. Ice cream vendors dressed in regional costume from the Kahramanmaras region ply their trade using pushcarts. They employ numerous antics in impressing their customers. The ice cream, known as Dondurma in the Turkish language, is scooped out from the barrel using a long metal scoop with the seller demonstrating his skills by spinning the scoop vertically without the ice cream dropping to the ground.
By Sharifah Hunaini Syed Ismail KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 28 (Bernama) -- A football stadium painted pink? And players wearing jerseys of the same colour? It's all the doing of one woman, who insisted on a broad stroke of femininity in a man's sport as a prize for sponsoring the Kelantan team. She is 44-year-old Hazmiza Othman, former school teacher, reigning cosmetics queen, and entrepreneur extraordinaire.