I have been exploring South-East Asia for over twenty years and have visited some of the best destinations in the region. Through my blog, I want to share some interesting travel tips, my experience of driving across Asian destinations and some of the best places to explore in this region. I have undertaken hundreds of road trips, across Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. Most of the information in this blog comes through my own road trips and adventures in the exotic locations I have visited. 

I have, in the past followed in Anthony Bourdain's footsteps and visited most of the restaurants his team explored in their shows. Join in on my adventures and follow my trails on Instagram & Facebook Page. 


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Sukhumvit is the heart of entertainment and night-life and very popular with middle-eastern and businessmen for India-Pakistan. You will find lots of nice bars, restaurants and clubs. Sukhumvit is 10 minutes train ride away from Siam Square. A popular destination for sex tourism with side alleys called soi, popular for bars including (Nana Entertainment Plaza and Soi Cowboy). 

Bangsar stands out as one of the most captivating neighbourhoods in Kuala Lumpur, drawing a significant ex-pat following. The neighbouring suburbs of Mount Kiera and Damansara also appeal to a diverse ex-pat population. With a blend of cultures, the area's businesses, from restaurants to fashion outlets, cater to Western preferences. Embrace Bangsar's distinctive lifestyle and add it to your itinerary for an unforgettable exploration of Kuala Lumpur City.

Best way to enjoy KL heritage and culture is to take a historic tour through the old part of the city. You can book your tour with one of the daily tours or explore at your own pace. The street is marked for destination and distance. If you are good with maps and like to explore a bit you might as well do the tour yourself which normally costs around 150RM ( $15).

I decided to take a walk from Masjid Jamek. You can catch the train to the stop near Masjid Jamek. The area offers great shopping options and gives insight into the rich history of the city. Little India, Chinatown and Central Market is walking distance from this place. I walked towards the Central Markets which are quite popular for local artifacts, handicrafts. You can buy a wide range of souvenirs. The markets are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur since the 1940s and are divided into handicrafts of various races that live in Malaysia. Walking through the Markets you can feel the rich cultural heritage and diversity of cultures in the country. 

Kuala Lumpur offers a wide range of cheap and affordable accommodation catering to backpackers and budget-minded travellers. Offering over 50,000 rooms, Kuala Lumpur City caters to visitors in all price ranges. With cheap and quality budget hotels available in almost all suburbs in the city, Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia are increasingly becoming the most visited city in the world.

Bijan   |   Sek Yu-En   | Yut Kee  | Sri Nirwana Maju  | Precious Old China Restaurant | Pelita

Kuala Lumpur is an interesting mix of modern and traditional restaurants catering to international as well as diverse ethnic population. During my various visits to Kuala Lumpur, I have explored some very interesting restaurants at all prices ranges. An interesting fact about Kuala Lumpur is that food is quite cheap as compared to other international cities. Most shopping malls have food courts where you can find local food at very affordable rates. Some of the 5 and 4-star hotels have a variety of restaurants offering international and fusion food. Here is a list of some of my favourites restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. 

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