Author: Susie Q.
Susie Q. is always in pursuit of the perfect flat white. Will work for coffee, cats, and anything with a frog on it.
- The capital city of Malaysia’s largest state beckons with attractions for every type of traveller. Here’s our pick of the ones you should not miss.
- Travelling with eating restrictions can be a little challenging but because Malaysia has diverse communities, diverse ranges of food is a given! Being a vegetarian...
- Central Market Kuala Lumpur, built by Yap Ah Loy, a Chinese Kapitan, used to be a wet market in 1888. After the market was relocated in the 80s, the iconic light blue building that used to house it was declared a centre for Malaysian arts, culture and handicrafts.
- Chinese New Year is a festive occasion celebrated by ethnic Chinese all over the world on the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar.
- There are a few places in the Klang Valley where you’ll generally get to eat, rehydrate and relax without the staring and sometimes, pointing. When in doubt
- Landing in KLIA2, I’m greeted by the welcome sight of the lavatories with payphones next to them. Cleanliness of the toilets was average and the cubicles were spacious enough to accommodate someone with larger hand carry luggage.