Unicorn Toasties at Kala Toast, Hong Kong

  OK, I like a food craze. I’ve eaten a cronut, I’ve queued around the block for the latest burger joint and had a panic attack in a dining in the dark restaurant (smooth). When links about the unicorn toastie…

Singapore

A Luxurious Stay at Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore

I have a standard outfit for travelling on this trip. It involves wearing the heavy, cumbersome items that are also generally the most comfortable so that I don’t have to try and squeeze them into my rucksack which is already…

Kuala Lumpur

Five Things to Do in Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a magically diverse city. People of Malay, Chinese and Indian heritage; Hindu temples, Christian churches and Muslim mosques practically right next to each other. So, unlike Chinatown in any other country I’ve been in, KL’s version is…

Kuala Lumpur

Dinner at Jalan Alor Street Market, Kuala Lumpur

Street food in Asia is something else. OK, we have some great food trucks in London, but you’ll end up spending a small fortune on a pulled pork burger in a brioche bun with duck fat chips and a craft…

Kuala Lumpur

A Room With a View: Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

I had a few criteria for the first hotel I would be staying in on my trip. I didn’t mind forking out for it as I was preparing myself for feeling awful after a 12 hour flight. Being thousands of…

Xi'an

A Bad Pollution Day in China

The whole thing about China being covered in smog always seemed like a bit of a fabrication to me. Sure, it’s a huge country with an insane amount of people, but the air couldn’t be much different to rush hour…

Kuala Lumpur

Discovering the Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur

Whilst planning what to do in Kuala Lumpur before I left the UK I saw photos of the stunning Batu Caves and promptly bounced off my seat with excitement. Despite not being religious in the slightest, I love seeing huge…

Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at Imbi Market, Kuala Lumpur

On my first day in Kuala Lumpur, I decided to shun the all-you-can-eat breakfast at my hotel and instead head to Imbi Market. Well known to the locals, it opens at 4am to provide shoppers with their fresh produce, before…

Beijing

What I Ate in Beijing (Not Veggie Friendly!)

  I’ve written about the incredible wedding I went to in China, and the top sights you must see if you visit Beijing, but there is so much more to this amazing city if you just walk around it. Everything…