As big lovers of Asian food, when we take one of our regular trips to SE Asia, finding the top spots to eat is high on our agenda. Sadly in my opinion Langkawi isn’t on par with the foodie paradise on Penang, but we did still find a couple of local gems. So fellow foodies, here’s our guide to where to eat in Langkawi… Wonderland Food Store A favourite for locals and tourists alike, Wonderland Food Store is renowned for always being busy, so if you don’t want to queue too long for a table then we recommend turning up early. Easy to miss, the open-air restaurant is part of…
There’s a real mix of things to see and do in Langkawi, whether you’re travelling solo, as a couple, with friends or your family.
When I stayed at the Westin Langkawi Resort and Spa I discovered a hotel’s price doesn’t always guarantee its quality, and that, for some travellers, sometimes a boutique hotel may be the better option.
A haven from the stifling humidity and traffic-packed streets of Malaysia’s capital city the Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur's lobby lounge is a wonderful spot for a sumptuous afternoon tea
Follow Keri's adventure to find the Heli Lounge Bar in Kuala Lumpur. This hidden party spot offers the best views of the city from its bar on the top of a tower block helipad!
Jalan Alor is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most famous streets for food – found in the heart of the city’s bustling entertainment district Changkat Bukit Bintang, this long road is the place to go if you want to fill your stomach with any kind of tasty Asian cuisine.
Keri reviews her three-night stay at the Kuala Lumpur Journal – a modern, boutique hotel in the heart of the bustling city.