My boss became my instant tour guide since he was always in Malaysia for work.
As an Events and Productions Coordinator for an international events company, I get to travel to many parts of the world doing oculars, talking to production suppliers, meeting with performers, entertainers, speakers, artists, and many other kinds of people.
This time, for the first time, I flew to Kuala Lampur, Malaysia to do an ocular for the company’s biggest annual conference. During my free time and because I was only there for a short period of time, I made sure that I was able to visit some of Malaysia’s known tourist spots.
Vegetarian junk food. Only in Malaysia!
Boulevard Hotel, one of my favorite hotels in Malaysia.
Malaysia’s version of EDSA (Manila’s major highway)
The best way to travel in Malaysia is via their LRT. It’s fast, cheap, and eco-friendly. Everything’s in english too so you won’t have a hard time finding your way around the station.
Things you see while riding the LRT. Local graffiti art.
The Petronas twin tower by day
My boss became my instant tour guide since he was always visiting Malaysia for work.
My boss was also my camera man. Free of charge. Hahaha!
In Malaysia, it’s never hard being a vegetarian. There are toooooons of vegetarian kiosks, carts, restaurants everywhere. This is a typical non-veg kiosk inside a fast food chain that also serve vegetarian food. Almost all non-veg kiosk also serve some vegetarian food in their menu. How cool!
Some crabs and some vegetarian dishes. Just point to what you want and then they’ll weight it for you.
Yum! Some vegetarian meat and vegetables with free iced tea.
Love this local shirt stall.
My boss said, your Malaysian trip wouldn’t be complete without trying a sisha cafe. So we went to one over looking the Petronas. Sweet!
At the sisha cafe. They were also serving vegetarian falafel!
Puff the magic dragon!
Olives olives olives!
My own sisha. Apple flavor.
Petronas at night.
Miko tagged a long too.
Night snack. After a long days work, I had to stop by for this. It’s a typical vegetarian naan with yellow beans sauce.