When in Kuala Lumpur, leave your inhibitions behind and escape the mid-day heat in the heart of Chinatown. Strip down to basics and chill under the shade of five-foot walkways and delightful cafés that popped up in the past few years.
Words and Photography: Abby Yao
“Where else can we go besides the usual hangouts here in KL?” I’ve been asked this question many times by my foreign friends each time they visit Malaysia. Being a city girl with a passion for coffee and all things sweet, my response? The cafés, of course!
Words by: Shafiqah Shafie
Dodging over two million motorbikes zipping across Vietnam’s largest city may be a pedestrian’s ultimate challenge, but the nimble traveller can navigate historic District 1 and parts of District 3 with relative ease. Put on your sandals, look both ways before crossing the street, keep your wits about you, and explore Ho Chi Minh City on foot with confidence with our two-day (mostly) walking guide.
Words & Photography: Abby Yao
Ramadan isn’t just about feasting after fasting; it is a call to adhere to strict religious practices amongst Muslims worldwide to abstain from food and water from sunrise to sunset. Apart from detoxifying body and mind, the act creates empathy for the less fortunate. Breaking fast with family and community makes the event even more joyful!
Words: R. Rajendra
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