A food guide to the night markets of Southeast Asia: Read all about the bustling markets, vibrant culture and food experiences from travellers around the globe. Continue reading Your e-Guide to the Night Markets of Southeast Asia
Do you always plan your travels? Sometimes, just undo and go for it! Continue reading 3 Incidences that Confirm ‘Not all Travel Needs to be Planned’
A hop.. a skip.. and a pub A hop – a skip – and a pub… That is exactly what street hopping in Cambodia sounds like. We are talking about the famous Pub Street at Siem Reap. Tourists flock here in herds to cool off their sweat and lose track of time. Cambodia, as you all know, is a very hot and humid country … Continue reading Here’s Why We’re Not SORRY FOR PUB HOPPING In Cambodia
Wooohooo.. We had the craziest ride of our lives at Timang Beach with waves crashing against the cliffs. How did we make it to the other side? Or did we?… Read on… Continue reading This is Why Timang Beach is the Deadliest Beach of Indonesia
Planning a trip to Vietnam, but can’t understand where to begin? Maybe this guide can help you plan better… Continue reading How To Cover 6 Cities in 10 Days: Vietnam City-Mapping
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’
An exceptionally goegrous and uniwue temple at Tumpat, Malaysia. Hop in for a temple tour… Continue reading A Dragon Boat Temple in Malaysia You Just Cannot Miss!
Super stoked to announce, “My fist book has been published”!!
Read all about my journey, inspiration and order a copy now! Continue reading Book announcement – Kota Bharu Kelantan Malaysia: 50 Travel Tips from a Local
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!
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
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
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
Relax – Pamper – Explore… Image via Flickr by m01229 Wake up one fine morning to walk along the shores of an endless ocean, only to find yourself stranded. You have nowhere else to go for the next few days. What would you do? Well, enjoy your time, of course. Let’s make the most of the time and engage in some fun activities by the beautiful stretch … Continue reading Trotting by the Virgin Beach: Virginia Beach Attractions
Let’s go… explore… Image via Flickr by m01229 This is a post with a twist. Today, we blindfold you and take you to your favourite city. There will be three stops centred on three different kinds of activities. Get back to us and tell us what your favourite stop was. Here’s what you can do to chill in Minneapolis like a boss. Hop Image via … Continue reading Hop, Sip and Jump: In Minneapolis
Ready-Set-Explore… The bustling city of Richmond holds a special place in everyone’s heart because of its Civil War history. The oldest major city in America is known for its museums, Federal-style mansions, modern eateries, craft breweries, and gardens. It’s a buzzing tourist destination, and I hope to travel to Richmond soon. Meanwhile, here’s a post I compiled with the help of three of my close … Continue reading Old is Gold: Exploring the Historical City of Richmond
Let’s celebrate! Lyf&Spice has been nominated for 3 awards over the last 2 months. 🙂 Thank you, readers!! These awards are dedicated to each and every one of you for constantly supporting and encouraging Lyf&Spice to grow as a family. Since it’s raining awards, and it’s high time I posted about them, let us begin. 😉 First off, thanks a ton to each and every … Continue reading Lyf&Spice: It’s Awards Time
What would you do in 48 hours? If you had a ticket to Tokyo and exactly 48 hours to spend in the city, what would you do? You could wear a kimono, try some sushi, walk the crowded streets, check out quirky cafés, and do more in just two days. To help you race against time, let’s chalk out a 48-hour Tokyo itinerary for you. Your time … Continue reading Tick Tock Tokyo: Racing Against Time
A Day at the Cultural Centre of Kota Bharu, Malaysia Exploring the cradle of culture About Kota Bharu: As promised a few months ago, I have started compiling clips and excerpts on the city I currently live in, i.e. Kota Bharu, the capital of Kelantan, Malaysia. Kelantan is the cradle of Malay culture and Kota Bharu truly lives up to the values of the State. … Continue reading A Day at the Cultural Centre of Kota Bharu, Malaysia
Of colour pop and street hop The cute little town of Kota Bharu has a lot to offer. We intend to highlight the artsy side to it through this post. Where: Jalan Dato Pati, Bandar Kota Bharu, 15000 Landmark: Near the State Museum, behind the line-up of shop-houses Let’s dive in: Hope you enjoyed the virtual tour of our 20 favourite pieces of art at Kota … Continue reading Painting the town red: Street Art at Kota Bharu