Malaysia


boy and motorbike graffiti penang
Before I took a flight from Singapore to Penang, I knew only 2 things about Penang: the food and the art. I know. I am such a cliched traveller sometimes.   The street food of Penang, infused with elements of Chinese, Peranakan, Malay, Indian, Thai and European cuisines, needs no introduction. If anything, I was confused with choices here. But the art scene in Penang is completely something else. I knew about the street art of Penang, but I was about to learn about it in much more detail here. Further Reading: Looking for other offbeat adventures in Malaysia? Explore […]

The Many Facets of Street Art in Georgetown, Penang


Lord murugan statue batu caves malaysia
Despite having travelled endless times to Kuala Lumpur – thanks to the close proximity to Singapore, and the many, cheap buses between the 2 cities – it was only on my 10th or 11th trip that I finally managed to visit the legendary Batu Caves. I had previous wanted to see the caves during the Thaipusam festival, but had instead decided on sticking to Singapore for that period. But as luck would have it, with an extra day available during a weekend trip to Kuala Lumpur, I finally found the time to visit the caves. Click here to check out the […]

272 Steps from Lord Murugan: Batu caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia