KL’s food scene is varied and eclectic. Thanks to the Chinese Malays, Indian Malays and all the regional immigrants in between, you’ll find endless speciality Asian cuisines- from Pho cafes, to North Indian restaurants, Bangkok Street Food or Xiao Long Bao eateries.
Ahh, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia’s colourful capital that’s fast becoming one of the top travel destinations in Southeast Asia. It features so many yin and yangs: it’s lively yet laid back, progressive yet burgeoning and solidly urban, yet surprisingly rural.
As much as I love Kuala Lumpur, I love leaving it more. Deep down I’m just a country girl, stuck in the body of a city girl and after a crazy term at school,
Speakeasies in Kuala Lumpur have popped up faster than Carrie Bradshaw can order a cosmopolitan. This list includes the best secret bars in the city.
Perched opposite the Berembun Forest Reserve overlooking the Mantin Hills, the undisturbed views of the jungle becomes your eco-friendly living room TV.
Since 2009, Kalpitiya has emerged as one of the hottest spots in Asia for kitesurfing, leading to a boom in the number of kite resorts and kite schools in the area.