In Malaysia if your holiday is all about eating then you go to Georgetown (I did and it was great). But when you want a bit of quality beach time and a little bit of island living the place to go is Langkawi. Luckily this doesn’t mean you are stuck eating at the same hotel
I’m pretty lucky to have stayed at some really amazing hotels when travelling but an invitation to stay at the Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort in Penang has introduced me to a whole new level of luxury. This can only be a dangerous thing for my wallet.
It was hard to come home after eating so much delicious food in Malaysia. Sadly Australia doesn’t have the culture of street food and hawker markets that I enjoyed so much in Malaysia. There was only one thing for it, to take Pearly Kee’s cooking course in George Town and work out how to recreate
I’m back in Melbourne and it’s already feeling wintery and I can feel my tan fading as quickly as my memories of my holiday in Langkawi. Malaysia is a great place to go on holidays if you love food as from the street food to the restaurants its all amazing. While we ate at lots
Life is tough at the moment. If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram (I’m @carawaters on both) you’ll know that I’m currently exploring Malaysia and Singapore on a two week holiday with Meat-and-Three Veg. There’s lots I want to share on here but I couldn’t wait to tell you about the beautiful Temple Tree