Two Week Itinerary for Malaysia

In late November and early December 2022, Joe and I spent 16 days exploring Western Malaysia. We absolutely loved our time there and before we had even left, we had begun talking about our next visit and when that might be. Malaysia is full of fascinating culture, interesting history, incredible food, friendly people, crazy drivers,Continue reading “Two Week Itinerary for Malaysia”

Ultimate Guide to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a huge hub in Southeast Asia, yet I don’t know many people who have been. It’s home to one of the most iconic structures in the world – the Petronas Towers – and is a melting pot of culture, history and culinary experiences. We visited in November 2022 and spent 3 daysContinue reading “Ultimate Guide to Kuala Lumpur”

Travel Snippets: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

I think I might start a new style of post on here called ‘travel snippets’. I’m always really intrigued how people get from A to B. The actual TRAVEL side of travelling. The bits that a lot of people are put off by, or find stressful and difficult to organise. I’m sure we’ll have thoseContinue reading “Travel Snippets: Singapore to Kuala Lumpur”

Our Travel Goal: 50 Before 30

It feels appropriate to write about our big travel goal at the beginning of a new year. 2023 is set to be a pretty epic year of travel and we’re already trying to work out ways of doing as much as possible while balancing our workload, meeting friends and family, and saving for the future.Continue reading “Our Travel Goal: 50 Before 30”

How to Travel Singapore on a Budget

Singapore is known to be an expensive city to visit, especially compared to its far more affordable neighbours throughout Southeast Asia. However, don’t be put off – it is 100% possible to visit Singapore on a budget! Ok, maybe it won’t be a £20 per day budget like many other places in Asia, BUT itContinue reading “How to Travel Singapore on a Budget”

Top 10 Things To Do in Singapore

Singapore is a city of contrasts. It’s vast, technologically advanced, and surprisingly multicultural. But it’s also somehow relaxing, slow-paced, and incredibly friendly.  I’m not a natural city person so this laidback vibe was welcomed, especially given the jet lag, 8 hours time difference, and general culture shock. Now I’ll be honest, I hadn’t researched veryContinue reading “Top 10 Things To Do in Singapore”