As fast as it happened, summer in London is almost officially over. Looking outside of the windows right now it’s all doom and gloom, and somehow I’m thinking the hype about how rubbish the weather is here is 100% true. I’ve never been a person to embrace wintertime, perhaps it’s because I was born in the summer but I feel like perhaps the best things in life happen when the sun is shining down on you.
When it comes to Malaysian food options in Sydney, there are probably only a handful of restaurants that come to mind. Mamak, is probably the go-to place for most people with its affordable and consistently ...
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The return of Malaysia Mondays!
As part of the Crave Sydney International Food Festival celebrations this year, the Grace Hotel is putting on a Malaysian Food Festival, a buffet style feast.
We’ve been flinging ourselves around Malaysia for the past two weeks and after all the commuting of the past week in Thailand I’m (somewhat ironically) looking forward to relaxing in Kuala Lumpur and enjoying some of my Malaysian favourites one last time.
It’s day 2 in Penang, despite the sheer variety of food available to us here our trip isn’t all about the food (shockingly), we’ve got a packed day ahead of us with temples, more temples, durian, snacking, food courts and the occasional naps we manage to squeeze in between.
I’ve been looking forward to Penang, knowing that it’s closer to the ocean I’ve foolishly assumed that the weather will be cooler. I’ve never been more wrong in my life. The humidity is almost punishingly heavy and I’m sweating within seconds of leaving the car, my hand-held fan my only salvation.
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