Choose 2-3 of the best activities during your 1-day visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Have fun! Continue reading How To Make The Most of Your ‘One Day in Kuala Lumpur’
Calling all Harry Potter fans to read some books over casts and brews! Continue reading A Cafe in Malaysia That Every Harry Potter Fan Should Know About!
An evening I will never forget – the best part of the launch was … getting to celebrate with family and friends ❤ Continue reading Online Book Launch Party: An Event Etched In My Memory
Sip coffee in a cafe that serves aromatic brews from the 13 states of Malaysia Continue reading A Café That Serves Coffee from 13 States of Malaysia: Calanthe Art Café
Readers, you can now connect to us (Lyf&Spice) directly. Got any travel questions? We’re here to answer… 🙂 Continue reading Travel Chat with Trec: Where Travellers Meet Experts
It’s time to ditch the regular hotels and book alternate forms of accommodation. Read the guest blog by BnBNation to find out more. Continue reading Move over hotels, there are better ways to stay!
Tame the lobster: Read how Shelly of ‘The Goal List’ was pushed into eating a lobster roll. Did she like it … resent it… or love it? Read more to find out… on Episode-5 of the “Travel&Spice” series Continue reading Learning to Love the Lobster Roll in Boston
Calling all street art lovers! Let’s discover the vibrant art in the city of Kota Bharu, Malaysia Continue reading 5 Unexplored Spots of Street Art in Kota Bharu: A complete guide!
Old town food walk: Read how Ambica from ‘A Traveller’s Wish List’ found authentic Indian delicacies off the streets of Delhi on Episode-4 of the “Travel&Spice” series Continue reading Chandni Chowk, Delhi: A Foodie’s Delight
Did you know that Kelantan (Malaysia) now has a flaoting market? If you haven’t visited it yet, read on and find out what to expect… Continue reading A Floating Market in Kelantan You Didn’t Know About
Food encounter by Forever Roaming The World: Read how a group of friends brave up to have scorpions at Thailand Continue reading Beer and nuts?…Not in Thailand!!
Our photo story… Hola travellers… We just got back from Perhentian Islands and we give you 30 reasons (in pictures) to visit these jewels of the ocean yourselves. Perhentian Islands have been our favourite islands since our first visit to them in 2015. That’s what made us fall in love with the island life, underwater life and helped us take a step further to get … Continue reading 30 Photos That Will Make You Travel To Perhentian Islands Now
Exploring the artsy roots of Malaysia… A staycation is always a wise choice when you have a short weekend with no travels lined up. You spend enough time exploring what’s in your own city rather than travelling outside. Last month, we spent a good deal of time checking out the art-laden roots of Malaysia. Yes, we are talking about the traditional form of painting, namely … Continue reading Batik Painting Demo at Kota Bharu, Malaysia
Family bonding: Read how the wonderful family of ‘Smiths Holiday Road’ bonded over an Indian meal at Malacca on Episode-2 of the “Travel&Spice” series Continue reading Indian Food at Malacca: A lip-smacking family dining experience
Exploring the busy street on an alarm clock… Malioboro Street or Jalan Malioboro, as it is commonly called, is one of the busiest streets of Yogyakarta (Jogja), Indonesia. In its 1-kilometre stretch, you can see old colonial-style as well as modern buildings and numerous hotels in the vicinity. It remains open 24 hours. Yes, the street doesn’t sleep, only gets dull by about 11.30 … Continue reading Malioboro Street in Indonesia: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Of weird food and a hidden message… From honey bees and frogs to blood cubes and eyes, I’ve had them all. Well, not yet. The best is yet to come. Here’s a run-down of some of the most bizarre foods in Southeast Asia. Would you dare to try?… Although it may not sound bizarre to the people residing in SE Asia, it could make … Continue reading Southeast Asia’s 7 Most Bizarre Foods: How Far Can You Go?
Japanese food calling: Read all about Teishoku and where to get it – from ‘The Social Travel Experiment’ on Episode-1 of the “Travel&Spice” series Continue reading Japanese Everyday Food at Funachu in Ningyocho – No Frills but so Delicious
Travel, spice and everything nice… Reminder: You are at Lyf&Spice. This is a space for Travel and Food alike. We love eating as much as we love travelling. We bet you do too! Night markets and food streets are our favourite places Born to eat: I was born to eat! Folks often tell me that I used to screech if I wouldn’t get round-2 of … Continue reading Why We Love Travelling for Food (and You Should Too!): About Travel&Spice
Calling all festival-lovers… Malaysia really knows how to celebrate festivals and stir some magic with traditional performances. We hear of food fests, cultural festivals and creative competitions every now and then. Although it has been raining for the past few days, it hasn’t dampened the spirit of the people out here. Presenting one such beautiful festival connected deeply to the roots of the State -> … Continue reading Food and Cultural Extravaganza at Kota Bharu: Kelantan Festival
Pushing the limits of blogging… (100th post) What does October signify: Oktoberfest, Halloween, Diwali or something else? The month of October had always been a pretty regular one for me all these years – no birthdays or anniversaries to celebrate, no special blog posts to line up. Just like any other month in the month of blogging, this too … Continue reading Blogtober Challenge: Why I Signed Up For The Blogathon