I felt I hit the vegan jackpot when I started researching and making a list of all the vegan restaurant KL options. Unfortunately, I was only there for a week, so I curated a list of the places that I thought sounded the best among the lot to make things easier. Those were in my mind the restaurants the most worthy of a visit, and the ones that blew my mind the most. Here they are, in no particular order. Kuala Lumpur has an amazing vegan community and scene, and I’m excited to return in the near future to add to the guide. For now, here are my favourite vegan Kuala Lumpur spots.
You are set to tick off Kuala Lumpur from your travel bucketlist before the year ends. Now what? Finding cheap flights to KL? That’s easy. Picking from one of the too many hostels Kuala Lumpur has to offer? That can be a bit annoying.
Being the capital city of Malaysia, navigating the grandeur of Kuala Lumpur is no easy task, especially when finding the best accommodation to settle in throughout your trip. There are boundless options to choose from the high-end hotels, guest houses, and hostels Kuala Lumpur has in store for you.
There are thousands of beautiful beaches all over the world, each of them uniquely perfect in their own way – making it incredibly difficult to choose which ones to visit. While some have the sought-after white sand beaches and sparkling blue waters, others have the best water sports activities you could find, and some are perfect for wildlife lovers looking to catch a glimpse of remote animals in their natural habitats.
It’s practically impossible to visit every beach on the planet, so we’ve rounded up the 5 best that you absolutely have to make sure are in your bucket lists.
Bali has become well known in the wellness sphere to be an incredible location for all things spirituality, wellness & yoga. And when it comes to yoga retreats Bali is like nowhere else! For years now, people have been flocking to the island at all stages of their wellness journey to experience all the incredible energy and rejuvenation retreats that Bali has to offer. With countless yoga retreats, Bali is a true epicenter for yoga teacher trainings and health & wellness retreats. And with so many retreats to choose from, I narrowed down a few of these Bali retreats (and check here for some Bali itinerary idea) to help guide you in your decision for finding the best wellness retreat to suit your own goals.
When you think of traveling to Thailand, Bangkok will undoubtedly be on your list of places to explore. But why not stray away from the usual EDM, flashing lights and obliterated drunk traveller-infested Khao San Road that so many people are so quick to recommend?
I took a cooking class at The Thai Farm Cooking School in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. The main reasons why I picked this specific school over all the other ones is because they offered the opportunity to veganized everything on the menu and because their farm is fully organic. I had an amazing day, made all of the vegan Thai curry recipe, and met tons of other fun, food-loving travellers! I can’t recommend this day out enough if you happen to be in Chiang Mai.
I arrived in Kuta Lombok full of expectations, after hearing so many tales of unspoiled paradise from friends and trusted acquaintances. When I go somewhere I’m this hyped up about, reality doesn’t always match the expectations: it happened in the Perhentian Islands, it happened in Hawaii and it nearly happened in Koh Phangan. Unfortunately, it also happened in Kuta Lombok. I stuck around for a few days to explore the surrounding areas with a scooter, in search of the magic I’d heard so much about.
I’m such a fan of yoga for boosting the mind-body balance and helping me achieve way more in life, that I hardly know where to start describing my experience and continuing journey. One place I do know where to begin is with my yoga teacher training in India, where a whole new world of knowledge, understanding and compassion opened up to me. I learned to spread my wings in a way that has altered my outlook on the world and has changed me forever.
One thing that surprised me about Bali was its size. This is no teeny tropical island – like the other Indonesian islands I visited, it’s like a country in its own right. At nearly 100km across you could probably circumnavigate it in a day, but you’d better start early! And if you’re planning a Bali itinerary, count at least 10 days!
Like the other Indonesian islands, Bali is sorely lacking in public transport. The options are limited, routes are non-obvious and schedules, in most cases, simply don’t exist. For the budget backpacker, it represents a quandary – the locals clearly get around somehow, but all you see is adverts for private cars or the (generally) overpriced tourist shuttle buses.
It can take a while getting your bearings on in Siem Reap, I totally get it when people said they didn’t like their time there. It’s easy to fail to see the beauty outside of Angkor Wat if you wound up on dusty old Pub Street, amidst drunk tourists and pushy street vendors. But scratch the surface a bit and you’ll discover a town where social projects and vegan restaurants abound. A place I would 100% call home if I had the luxury to still be nomadic. Siem Reap is also emerging as one of the newest most affordable hotspots for digital nomads with great cafes and hostels, as well as very convenient visa options. Travel there with your Cambodia visa ready and keep reading to discover the best hostels in Siem Reap, ranked and researched. Whether you are a solo backpacker or five-suitcase family, Siem Reap has a home for you.