Your stopover in Malaysia’s capital doesn’t have to be boring. Check out our brief guide for unique, exciting Kuala Lumpur attractions and a wonderful stay!
Kuala Lumpur is a city with everything from markets to sky scrapers, and modern facilities to ancient looking street food stalls.
Jalan Alor is one of the most famous streets in Kuala Lumpur for Chinese Malaysian food.
Chow Kit is an area in Kuala Lumpur that’s known for being home to one of the city’s largest fresh wet markets.
Kuala Lumpur is a city that’s rich with history, and luckily some of the buildings from its colonial days have been well preserved.
Mark takes us along on a journey through the Batu Caves in Malaysia, including the various temples within.
Mark takes us on a guided trip through the Kota Kinabalu night market in Malaysia.
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1. Indonesia – Nasi Padang Due to the vast spread out archipelago of Indoneisa, it’s almost impossible to label a real national dish for the entire country. I’ve just gone ahead and mentioned a normal everyday meal of Nasi Padang that consists of a plate of rice topped with a choice of dishes. When I was […]
A photo essay of the distinct faces of Malaysia from Penang, George Town, Melacca, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur & the Batu Caves.