The Malaysian contemporary artist, shares his travel secrets for visitors to the capital cities of Malaysia and the UK
What do you love most about this city?
Kuala Lumpur is a strong melting pot of amazing cultures. It is really truly uniquely Asia. There is something for everyone.
Where would you take a first-timer to in this city?
Petronas Twin Towers. In my opinion, it is the most beautiful, modern and contemporary public structure in the world. It is monumental.
What is the one thing that the first-timer must do in this city?
Eat the local food. The cross culture of the Malays, Chinese and Indians of this country makes this city one of the best Asian food destinations in the world.
The best place to have dinner with:
a. family – Uncle Don in Sri Hartamas. Their mee rebus is the best in town.
b. friends – Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa Kampung Baru. Legendary coconut rice.
The best thing about the locals.
Everyone smiles in Kuala Lumpur.
Name one souvenir to bring home.
A replica of the Petronas Twin Towers.
Words that sum up this city.
Vibrant, Colourful, Diverse, best gila!
Where might we find you at 1 am in this city?
Somewhere in Kampung Baru having coffee with friends.
One thing about the locals.
It seems that everyone is in their own world.
What do you find most refreshing about this city?
Its rich heritage and multicultural society.
The one experience or place that everyone must try or visit.
Tate Modern. It is one of the best modern art museums in the world. A must-visit for art lovers.
The one local dish everyone must try.
Fish and chips.
The best thing you can do here for free.
Taking a stroll in Hyde Park. It is the most relaxing thing to do in this big city. I go there to paint whenever I am in London.
A lesson learnt from this city:
You can be whoever you are.
What was the best piece of souvenir you took home from here?
Name something they have here that you wished you had at home:
A good fish and chips restaurant.