October 12th, 2014

Kuala Lumpur 2014

KL cover

Malaysia is an interesting country. It’s population consists predominantly of three races – Indians, Chinese and indigenous Malay – living in closely matched proportions and in relative harmony. This makes Malaysian culture not strongly weighted in any one direction, a fairly unique quality, which gives rise to a very rich variety of experiences and cuisine.

October 3rd, 2014

48 Hours in Hong Kong

Adam Patel in Hong Kong

A blanket of mist and fog covers the cityscape, only adding to the mythical feeling of this magnificent city. Both in terms of size and scale, Hong Kong towers over any city The West has to offer. Could it be the greatest city in the world? I can think of only New York City that can contend. London is but a small and sleepy village when compared with this neon behemoth. From a good vantage point, the city scape looks like the work of Hollywood CGI and it takes time to come to terms with the reality that it’s real – it really is that vast. Continue reading “48 Hours in Hong Kong” »