Saturday, 27 February 2016

The Irish-Malaysian Connection At MIAA's Shamrock Run

I had fun today. A really, really fun day running in a fun run with my family and friends at Shamrock Run which was held in Taman Botani, Putrajaya.

The route took us around Taman Botani which has lots of small hills, shady areas and nice plants to look at.
But for me, the highlight of the run was post-race.

The Shamrock Run 2016 didn't have prizes for the best or fastest runner but they had 40 best dressed prizes and lucky draw prizes too!

The event tee had a leprechaun featured on it and the medal is also of a leprechaun for the Irish connection. Plenty of runners were seen sportingly dressed in costumes with Irish motives. 
Then there were the post-race refreshment.

From the usual fare of Milo, 100-Plus and water to cans of Malta drinks and apples to freshly cooked bihun!
And an abundance of free flow soft serve ice cream!
I also was lucky to win a rice cooker from the lucky draw! Yeay!

It was a really fun non-competitive run and what a great way to spend the Saturday morning.

Friday, 26 February 2016

A Whole Carton Of Moolabar Stocked Up!

Remember I wrote about Moolabar last week?
Well, last night I received my order of 1 carton of Moolabar with a variety of flavours  from the Moolaman himself . ^^

The flavours that I got are Power (Banana Almond), Active (Dates Almond) and Smart (Raisin Almonds).

Now, with my Moolabar all stocked up (and shared), I won't be heading out for my runs or races on an empty stomach anymore!
As Moolabar is a granola bar that serves as a chewy, healthy energy bar, Son too can have a quick easy breakfast before heading to school.

Buying 1 carton of 24 boxes (with 6 bars in each box) for RM220.00 is a good deal as a bar works out to be about RM1.55. Quite affordable if you ask me.

I'm hoping to see Moolabar booths popping up at REPC (race kit collection) so that it'll be easier for me to buy them!

Anyhoo, for the time being; I'm just contacting them through

Wednesday, 24 February 2016


Hopes for Record Breaking Performance with the IGNITE Ultimate

KUALA LUMPUR (23rd February, 2016) – PUMA today introduced upcoming sprinting sensation, Badrul Hisham Abdul Manap, as part of the “Friends of PUMA” family. Badrul was part of the official launch of the IGNITE Ultimate, the latest addition in the IGNITE running shoe family. 
At the tender age of 19, Badrul is making waves in the local track & field scene by recently clocking a personal best of 10:29 seconds in the 100m event at the recent ASEAN school games. He is now eyeing to demolish the 17 year official national record held by Watson Nyambek, at the upcoming SUKMA 2016. His dedication and perseverance makes his the perfect embodiment of the Forever Faster spirit that is driving PUMA to become the Fastest Sport Brand in the World.

“Being given the opportunity to associate myself with PUMA is a major thing for me, especially in such a vital stage in my career. For the longest time, PUMA’s presence and reputation in track & field speaks for itself, their work with Usain Bolt and other heroes of our sport is inspiring. I’m very happy to be given the opportunity to train in the IGNITE Ultimate, the same shoe that is being used by my idol, Usain Bolt to train for the Olympics” said Badrul Hisham.

Tim Tham, Assistant Manager, Marketing, South East Asia said “Badrul is an extraordinary young man, both in his athletic potential and determination to become the best in his field. His progress has been testament to his hunger for success, this combined with his natural ability and talent leaves no doubt he’ll make a huge mark in the world of athletics in the years to come. We’re thrilled to have him as part of our PUMA family”.

To mark the launch of the IGNITE Ultimate, Badrul was handed over a pair of the newly launched shoe which he will use as he trains for the upcoming SUKMA games. The IGNITE Ultimate is also currently being used by the World’s Fastest Man, Usain Bolt as he trains to retain the gold medal at the upcoming Olympics in Rio.

The IGNITE Ultimate is the brainchild of PUMA’s desire to continuously push for innovation in all its products. With its innovative IGNITE FOAM and unique PU blend, the IGNITE Ultimate offers comfort and energy return with every run.

The PUMA IGNITE Ultimate is available in Men’s and Women’s styles from February 2016. For more information, go to

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

On Bella Society NTV7

My 15 minutes of fame, talking about running with two other ladies on Bella Society NTV7 on Tuesday.

I was with Missyblurkit and Azlina and we talked about running with host, Elaine Daly who is just started running herself.
 All dolled up and getting ready for our turn.
Recording in progress.

Missyblurkit and Azlina is awesome and I pretty much sucked! Hahaha

Really dunno what I talked also. ^^!
 A photo session at the end of our live recording session.
A final photo with the two awesome ladies, both are so inspirational.

Incidentally, I also interviewed Azlina for my "Sisters Are Running" which was published in the Star on Feb 6th, 2016.

Both ladies not only are passionate about running, they are also passionate about sharing the joy of running with others. 

We hope that somehow, some way, we can inspire and encourage others to not only run but also lead a healthy lifestyle.

Also interviewed today was Dr. Goh Huay Yee about I Love Me Women's Day 2016. It's a free event and I think it's a great event for us women to take part in. For more info, do head to their FB page : I Love Me Women's Day 2016 or website.

Monday, 22 February 2016

Road To Powerman

Powerman Asia Duathlon Championships – Malaysia 2016 will be held in two weeks' time.

On March 6th, 2016 in Putrajaya to be exact.

This year will be my first Powerman but I'm only doing the Powerman Classic Relay with a cyclist. It's a 10K run - 60K cycle - 10K run and I'll do both the running leg. Dunno what got into me when I signed up. Was confident in doing both legs previously but after a lazy-bum three weeks no run mileage, I'm a tad worried about finishing in a decent time. Huhuhu

Anyways, my friends had been doing the bricks training since the last few weeks to prepare to Powerman and I thought I'd tag along for their running session after they did their 60K cycle as I wanted to recce the race route and do some heat training too as the second running leg that I'll do will be at around 10.00 - 11.00am.

In case you are wondering, Bricks refer to training on two disciplines during the same workout, one after the other with minimal or no interruption in between and in this case; bike/run workout.
The training is a treat too, as I rarely train with others so it was a chance to meet up with friends outside of race events.
Photo credit : KZ
We did two loops and although we started the run rather late at around 11.00am and the second loop at almost noon, we were blessed with a breezy, sunny morning so the heat was bearable.

Those who had signed up for Powerman is sure training hard to prepare as PoJ (Palace of Justice) was brimming with cyclists and runners during the weekend doing the Powerman route. Even KJ was spotted training!

I need to do one last training this weekend and maybe I'll do a couple of loops on Saturday, after running in the Shamrock Run which will be held in Taman Botani, Putrajaya with my family.

I'm hoping to go support friends who are doing the Gunung Nuang Ultra on Sunday so don't think I want to run at noon on Sunday too.

Looks like another busy weekend outdoors again! ^^

That reminds me... I think I need to stock up on my Moolabar stash! Not only I have Powerman in two weeks' time, I signed up for Bukit Jalil Half Marathon (which actually is a 22.5K race) the week after!

Sunday, 21 February 2016


The world’s premiere 5km night time fun run, Electric Run™ is back for the second year running in Malaysia bringing more bright lights and thumping sounds to Selangor Turf Club, Kuala Lumpur on May 7.
KUALA LUMPUR: One of the world’s most popular nocturnal fun run is set to light up Malaysia again this year in what will be its biggest, most creative, neon coloured night run the country yet on May 7 at the Selangor Turf Club, Kuala Lumpur. Organized by The Livescape Group and supported by Malaysia Major Events (MME), the one-night-only 5km night time fun run this year is set to attract over 15,000 runners of all ages.

Livescape today also premiered the official aftermovie of Electric Run™ 2015 which can be viewed here:

“Electric Run is an internationally well-known brand and we are thrilled to be able to organise this for the second time in Kuala Lumpur. Electric Run’s debut last year saw 12,000 enthusiastic runners at the event, bagging the title of “Largest Participation In A Neon Run” in The Malaysia Book of Records and we hope to break that record this year with 15,000 runners. All around the world, Electric Run is known to bring the running experience to a whole new level and we want to make this night fun run a memorable one for our fans, both young and old, as we promote fitness and health in the liveliest way possible”, Muhammad Iqbal, Group Chief Executive Officer of The Livescape Group said.

Electric Run™ will return with the seven dazzling course lands from its debut in Kuala Lumpur and will feature two new, never before seen course lands which will highlight Malaysia in all its neon glory. As runners run, walk, or dance through the route to the finish line, their senses will be stimulated as they encounter various unique activations, different course lands decorated with more gusto than the last, and smells to keep them going throughout the run making their way to the finish line where an international headliner will to take to the stage.

Electric Run™ Malaysia 2015 saw 12,000 participants as they came decked in their most eclectic and vibrant outfits to pay homage to the theme. Runners made their way through the Candy Lane, Rainforest, Water Station, Neffmau5 Land, Under The Sea, Rainbow Road and The Powerhouse before making their way to the finish line celebration where they partied with some of the biggest names in Malaysia including acts like Enterprise, Paperplane Pursuit, Kyoto Protocol, Jin Hackman and Dae Kim, and Nesh and TRuF. With the run culminating in an exhilarating finish, a spectacular fireworks show ended the night on a high note. For this year’s edition, organisers are promising an international artist to headline the post-run celebration stage.

“With Livescape, one thing’s for sure. We love our music. And staying true to the Electric Run way of celebrating at the finish line, fans can expect a popular commercial artiste at the celebration stage. More details on who this artiste is will be unveiled really soon”, Muhammad Iqbal added.

Electric Run™ Malaysia 2016 sponsors include Selangor Turf Club (Official Venue), Hitz.FM (Official Radio Station), Malay Mail (Official Newspaper), Hype.My (Official Online Media Partner), HotelQuickly (Official Hotel Booking App), GoGet (Official Convenience Provider), Grab (Official Transport Provider).

Electric Run™ Malaysia 2016 will take place at Selangor Turf Club, Kuala Lumpur on 7 May 2016. Each registration is priced at RM88 and can be purchased via Every participant will receive a race tee, a finisher’s medal, drawstring bag, a temporary Electric Run™ sticker tattoo,
two glow sticks and an LED bracelet as part of their race kit. For more information or to obtain updates on Electric Run™ Malaysia 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, logon to or follow us on Twitter at @electricrunmy and Instragram at @electricrunmy. Electric Run™ Malaysia 2016 is organised by The Livescape Group and supported by the Malaysia Major Events (MME).

Friday, 19 February 2016


Olympic Silver-Medalist and World Number 1 Ranked Male Duathlete Headline Malaysia’s Largest Duathlon Race

Putrajaya, 19 February 2016 – Top-ranked Powerman duathletes Gaël Le Bellec and Emma Pooley from France and England respectively, confirm participation at the upcoming Powerman Asia Duathlon Championships – Malaysia 2016. The race will flag off from Putrajaya’s iconic Palace of Justice.

On race day, Sunday, 6 March 2016, the world top ranked male and female duathlete in the prestigious Powerman Series will compete along with approximately 3,000 other participants  from over 35 nations, including Malaysia, Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, China, The Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE, Iran and the United Kingdom, for the 2016 Asia championship series podium.

“Despite a two-year hiatus, the Powerman Asia Duathlon Championships keeps its momentum as one of the top duathlon races held globally. The race encourages participants to improve their game, face new challenges and compete beyond their limits,” said Iskandar Shahril, Business Development Director of E-Plus Entertainment Productions.
Reigning one of the top spots for Women’s Powerman World Ranking, Emma Pooley, 33, boasts an impressive race career. The English sportswoman clinched the silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics for the ‘Women’s Road Time Trial’ category and emerged champion at the 2010 UCI Road World Championships – Women’s Time Trial. She also won the 2014 and 2015 Powerman Long Distance Duathlon World Championships in Zofingen, Switzerland, setting a new course record on her first attempt in 2014 and finishing half an hour ahead of the second placed finisher.
Reigning Men’s Powerman World Champion, Frenchman Gaël Le Bellec, 27, emerged champion at the 2014 and 2015 Zofingen ITU Powerman Long Distance Duathlon World Championships, a 10km – 150km – 30km run-cycle-run, completing the race in 6:20:36.

“Le Bellec and Pooley’s participation will challenge our duathletes to test their capabilities physically and mentally, inspiring them to break personal bests and surpass individual limits. That is what Powerman is all about,” added Iskandar.

Powerman Asia Duathlon Championship is organised by E-Plus Entertainment Productions, supported by Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia, Malaysia Major Events, Malaysia Truly Asia, Compressport, Dorsett Hospitality International Putrajaya, Putrajaya Marriott Hotel, Suunto, Rudy Project, Spacebib, Train Live Compete, RunSociety,, VOLT Bicycle, Shinjiru, iM4U, Pro-Tec Athletics, Running Malaysia Magazine and Cycling Malaysia Magazine.

For more information and announcements, follow us on our Facebook at Powerman Asia Duathlon Championships – Malaysia and website at

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Have Moolabar, All Set For An Adventure

I have to admit, I'm the last person to want to eat energy gel or bar during any of my workout. Most are gooey sickly sweet or simply too cumbersome for me to munch.

But of late, I'm rather partial at this one local brand energy bar called Moolabar (website: which is the product of Agro Jerneh Sdn Bhd; helmed by a young entrepreneur and also a fellow runner, Mohsein Shariff.
Mohsein (fourth from left, standing) and friends after finishing a full marathon at Cyberjaya Twincity Marathon in January 2016.
My stash for our family's hike earlier this year. We took some when we went vacationing in Japan and ate it as snack during our hikes in Wakayama. 
I only needed one bar to tide me over during our 50K LSD early February. OK, so I drank a lot and ate half a plate of fried bihun too during our 11hour LSD but seriously, that one bar tide me over for the next 25K as the solid food taken apart from fluids. Now, that's saying something, right?

I'm not saying that it is a miracle bar or a replacement meal option but Moolabar worked well for me so far as part of my hunger management and nutrition need during my hikes and training. 

The granola bar is made with 100% natural ingredients, low in calories and is also gluten-free.With its packaging, it's really easy to bring it anywhere, even stashing one in my pocket when I go out for a run (or putting it in a hydration belt). Best of all, Moolabar is Halal certified by JAKIM and produced in a GMP, HACCP and ISO 22000.

Moolabar can be purchased online at
It's facebook page :

Bulk purchase of 24 ctn box at RM220.00 which made sense if buying for a group, I guess. A box has 6 bars inside. And it's quite affordable compared to other energy bars available in the market.

Why not try some and see whether Moolabar can make you Go! Go! Go!

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Running In A Onesie, Anyone?

What on earth is a Onesie you ask?
photo nicked from Amazon
This is a Onesie.
And in keeping with our aim to "diversify" our running interest, the family will be joining the Onesie Runsie! KL Run organised by The Marathon Company on May 29th, 2016 at Lake Garden KL.

Sometimes we run seriously, sometimes we run and have fun. Balanced that way, right? ^^

There are two distances available, 5K and 2.5K. Quite affordable fees too, if we compare fun run fees nowadays. And there's even family category.

We will just run in the 2.5K category this time. More time to muck about that way. Hahaha

I'm sure it'll be loads of fun.

Registrations is still open at myraceonline (click here for more details).

See you on Sunday, May 29th 2016 at 7.30am! Remember, it's at Perdana Botanical Garden Kuala Lumpur (or Lake Garden).

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Volunteering For A Valentine's Day Run

We thought we might do something different this year for the Valentine's Day weekend other than running unfathomable distance like what we did last year (I did 80K and Hubby did 70K, in case you're wondering).

So instead of running, we became volunteers for the Bubbly Fairytale Run in Bukit Jalil last Saturday.
After helping out with the setting of tables and whatnot, we stationed ourselves at this picnic table. Runners were encouraged to stop and take photos at a few stations and enjoy the moment.

I must say, I like the runners' attitude. Most were sporting and they all waited patiently for their turn to take photos.

Quite a number were seen running and holding hands which was so sweetttttttt. Awwwwww...
It was a nice experience. The small volunteer team that came were all experienced runners so we were all able to function without too much of direction. Sendiri pandai cari kerja sendiri. HAHAHA
I'm hoping to volunteer to more events in the future but see how la...

And there's a women-only event that I am quite partial in getting involved now, called the Ungu 55.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

A Trip Treat For CNY

Son finally had his wish to visit Legoland came true during the CNY school holiday break, thanks to Daddy's friend who gave us a complimentary annual pass which had to be redeemed by the end of February.
With his Daddy (Mommy gotta work), the two fellas drove to Johor on Wednesday for a day trip to Legoland. 
Anyway, now that Son has the annual pass, Mommy probably can start finding races in Johor to run in. Mommy goes for the races and the two boys go for the theme park. Hihihi

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Sisters Are Running - The Star 06.02.16

I am so happy that another piece I wrote was published in The Star newspaper last Saturday and of course, it's about running. ^^
I am also indebted by friends who were willing to answer my questions and provide me with photos to make the article complete.
Thank you!
The article link to Sisters Are Running here.

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Darussalam Fun 50

In April last year, while we were having lunch with a friend midway through our LSD, at Restaurant Darussalam in Presint 14, Putrajaya; we hatched a plan to do an easy, walking pace 50K LSD.

The friend wanted to do a 100K in November that year and both Hubby and I told him he could get by just by walking at a certain pace so that the risk of DNF (did not finish) would be low for him.

We never get to do it with him, as he left us suddenly in August but Hubby and I felt that we should do it to complete an unfinished business and specially for our friend and after much delay, we did it last Sunday.
The first 40K. We started from Taman Seri Empangan, walked towards Presint 14 and reached the halfway (25K) mark at Restoran Darussalam where we stopped to have lunch and top-up on our drinks, went to Taman Botani before heading to the Core Island.
The balance 10.20K from Umai Cafe (we stopped and re-started the watch at Umai Cafe because our GPS watch battery was running low. But thankfully, it continued reading our distance until we were back to Taman Seri Empangan).

I had a bit of an issue with my right ankle just as we came out from Taman Botani, so it was painful to continue our walk. Hubby asked whether I was OK to continue and I told him, we just needed to slow down. So from an average pace of 12min/km (inclusive of rest stops) it turned to a 14-15min/km pace.

We wanted and needed to finish our 50K as otherwise, we need to this again to settle our "hutang" and I was glad we did.

Our walk was nice. We bumped into a number of friends and they were nice enough to wave and shout-out encouragements to us. Hubby even met his ex-colleague along the way. ^^

So yeah, it was fun doing the 50K walk last Sunday.

Edit :
Someone complained that it was no fun without any photos that we took along the way, so here it is...
Started our walk from Taman Seri Empangan at 8:05am.
Approaching 21K mark. We had to enter Taman Rimba Alam from this section as the entry point beside the horse stable is already closed-off.

We stopped at the Taman Rimba Alam rest area for a toilet stop and refreshed ourselves before continuing on.
Got To Restaurant Darussalam in Presint 14 at 25K mark and in about 5 hours of walking.

It was time for lunch!
After lunch and restocking our drinks from KK Mart (they're having promo price for some drinks such as Karta Coconut water), we headed off to Taman Botani and managed another 5K making it a total of 30K at that point.

After making a 5K loop around Taman Botani, we made our way towards the Core Island.
Getting to 40K mark and we got time for some horse-playing at this kiddie pool. No one was there so we got the pool all to ourselves. Hihihi
45K mark. Hubby met an ex-colleague and had a chat.

I was tempted to sleep while waiting for him. LOL
Finally, at 7:34pm, we finished our 50K (it was 50.20K actually).

It took longer than expected due to my right ankle but I was glad I soldiered on and I was glad that by taking it really, really easy I didn't make the ankle injury worse.

Friday, 5 February 2016

Sukiya vs Yoshinoya

Two beef bowls (gyudon) from two Japanese chains now available here in Malaysia.

Which one is your favourite?
Yoshinoya here adopts the style of a Sanuki udon joint, Hanamaru which it shares dining space with. Different from what one would experience if one enters a Yoshinoya in Japan but make sense here since Hanamaru is a subsidiary of Yoshinoya, after all. 
Sukiya here on the other hand, has pretty similar operation style as the one in the home country, Japan.

Thumbs up to their energetic, attentive staff at IOI Mall Putrajaya. 

I ate the gyudons during one weekend. Went to Yoshinoya on Saturday for lunch and had gyudon from Sukiya for dinner on Sunday.

I like them both, but I like Sukiya's better. 

Once upon a time, when the quality of the "old" Yoshinoya annoyed me (that was back in 2004 or 2005; I used to cook my own gyudon for my family as it is not hard to cook it at all.

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Gua Jinjang Pelamin (Twin Pillars Cave) In Merapoh

For the last week of January, Hubby and I joined the Running Project Team on their trip to Merapoh in Kuala Lipis, Pahang.

On Saturday, we followed the team to recce part of the 100K section of their upcoming race in July which is The Magnificent Merapoh Trail. (blog post here).

The next day, on Sunday, the team went caving to Gua Jinjang Pelamin.
Everyone aboard the four-wheel drive and ready for our caving trip, lead by our guide Seni (I forgot his full name). ^^!
To get to the mouth of the cave, we did a bit of climb first. The guide went up first and later secured a rope for us to use to safely climb up.
The view outside, from the mouth of the cave.

Spectacular, isn't it?

But close by, there were developments for a highway that is being built, so the area won't be pristine for long.
The front chamber before we went further inside.
Our guide informed us that Gua Jinjang Pelamin has the second biggest chamber amongst all the caves in Merapoh that has been explored. There are approximately 500 caves in Merapoh but less than 100 has been explored.

Efforts are made not only to explore and document the caves but also to preserve them for future generations.

The caves are located outside the jurisdiction and protection of Taman Negara so the locals here are working hard to stop the plan for a cement plan to be built here.
As we went further inside, the path got more challenging.
The were ropes to climb (up and down), guano (bat poo) to walk through and a river to cross too.

Gua Jinjang Pelamin falls under the moderate category for difficulty to access so even beginners to caving can enjoy it.

We had to be careful when we tread, not only to avoid touching the living stalactite (to avoid "killing" it), there are scorpions and bats to contend with too.
Photo credit : Fateha
The piece de resistance : the twin pillars that is the "Jinjang Pelamin".

It was a fun new experience for me and hubby. An eye-opening experience too.

Again, thank you team Running Project for the experience.

And all the genereous "makan". ^^

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Everyday Is Laundry Day, With Envirohome

There is only the three of us in our household. Me, hubby and Son. But despite the small size of our family, we do our laundry often. 

Well, for one - I have sweaty clothes everyday as I hit the gym or run almost daily. Not to mention those mucky clothes when I hit the trails. Then of course the usual work clothes, school clothes, casual clothes... 

I'm always on the lookout for good products that are safe, non-toxic, effective to fight those stubborn stains yet friendly to me, my family, the environment and also economical. Is that a tall order for a product?

Recently I stumbled across Envirohome, a brand that promises that they don't use chlorine, toluene and ammonia and safe for the whole family.

Envirohome has an online shop so it is so convenient to just click and wait for my purchases to arrive and delivery is very fast too.
My package of Envirohome Laudry Detergent 1000g (RM56) and Envirohome Body Wash 520g (RM56) safely and tightly bubble-wrapped and packed into a brown cardboard box which I received in excellent condition, of course. 
 The Body Wash.
The Laundry Detergent.
With a combination of marine extract and botanical formula, the laundry detergent leaves clothes with a clean, refreshing smell after each wash which I love. 

Most times I do my laundry at night after work, and had to hang our clothes indoors. Envirohome Laundry Detergent certainly left no odor when I left our clothes soaking overnight (sometimes a couple of nights!) or when I hang them to dry indoors.
Envirohome Laundry Detergent comes with this measuring "cup". 50ml for a full load and 25ml for handwash. The cup also easily fits on the bottle cap so I won't lose the cup after I did my laundry. ^^
50ml and I'm set to do my laundry.

The clear laundry detergent is chemical free, bubble free, fragrance free and colorant free. It is associated with only natural marine & botanical extract and is 99.9% bio-degradable, relieving the danger of bacterial infection.

Our clothes smell clean and fresh and certainly don't have any overpowering scented smell like some brands of laundry detergent. 

I have used the Envirohome Laundry Detergent since late last year, with many cycle of washes and so far am very happy with it. I may need to to restock my laundry detergent soon!

I found this youtube clip of Envirohome Laundry Detergent which I want to share here. ^^

A video is better than my long-winded blog post, right? hehehe

I'm not sure whether it is available on any supermarket shelves at the moment but one can easily purchase them online at Envirohome page.
Website : Envirohome Malaysia
Facebook :
Instagram : @envirohome


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