Giselle and Cody (@mindfulwanderlust and @codyk) spend some more time in Penang, exploring the delicious vegan food and taking in the sights of the Buddhist Temples before making their way to Singapore to check out more vegan restaurants, and care for a sweet pup and kitty in a beautiful and cozy housesit.
Hi all! Welcome to my latest vegan travel post! We spent a magical ten days on our maplemoon (honeymoon) swimming under waterfalls, cycling through rice fields, kayaking through mangroves, indulging in daily beach walks and trekking through jungles in the […]
At Kuala Lumpur airport we got a flight to Kota Kinabalu. From the airport there are public buses (5RM) to town. Kota Kinabalu or simply called KK is the capital of Sabah, located in the Island of Borneo on the west coast. Borneo is all about its […]
The ancient cultures of Malays, East Indians, and Chinese, are all present in Georgetown Penang today, and they are what makes this town so rich and vibrant. Whether you spend your days walking, bike riding, or on a tour bus, […]
February 1st kicked off the start of an epic one year travel journey in which I will work remotely as a health coach and nurse practitioner and travel as part of a program called Remote Year (RY). The program makes […]
We touched down in Penang on a hot sunny day, and with no checked baggage, Cody and I were on a city bus to Georgetown in a matter of minutes. While driving through the city, I noticed posters plastered up […]
Penang is a wonderful mix of European colonial charm, and Asian empires. Georgetown is Penang island’s main city, and it is where we spent most of our time eating. Unbeknownst to us, Penang has a large Chinese Buddhist population, so […]
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and a great city for a quick stopover. This metropolis has an incredibly diverse mixture of inhabitants, from Malay, to Indian, to Thai, to Tamil and Chinese as well as quite a few […]
It was once part of an acquisition referendum to assist with the economic development of Malaysia. However, because of several political differences and violent protests, Malaysia expelled Singapore in 1965, and it’s since remained a small independent nation inclusive of […]
Singapore has become one of my favorite countries for vegan food. The country is beautifully multicultural, and one can find an abundance of so many different cuisines, varying from Chinese to Malay, Indian, Indonesian and Western. Singapore was named the […]
How to do Singapore on a budget: find a housesit, because friends, it is not cheap here. While planning our travels with VeganTravel, Singapore was on our list, but for only 2 or 3 days, which would have been doable […]
Singapore was chosen primarily because we ended up getting a dog and cat sitting gig in the city. And because we had animals to care for, and it rained heavily all week, we didn’t see much of Singapore, plus Cody […]
I’ll admit that when I was planning to spend a few days in Singapore, I was not expecting to find a lot of vegan options. I had done some research and there were a few nice restaurants that kept popping […]
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