You can't beat Malaysian street food for taste, variety and excitement.
Kuala Lumpur offers marauding monkeys, a gold-flecked pool, stunning architecture and spectacular cuisine.
If you find club lounges underwhelming, head to the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur and relax, snack or do business in amazing surrounds.
KLIA2 will never compare to the major Asian airports – but then, it's not supposed to.
This is a lie-flat bed with a price tag that competes with economy seats on other airlines and a game-changer if you're flying overnight.
You're expecting the worst, obviously. It's going to be bad. And yet, it's not.
If you're looking for a study in contrasts and a peek into Malaysia's future, then a stopover in Putrajaya near Kuala Lumpur beckons.
A love of food reigns supreme in this cultural mish-mash. Here, hawkers spruik cuisine from all corners and rub shoulders with seemingly endless and glitzy food courts. Bulbous mosques neighbour gaudy Indian temples and Chinese pagodas, but everything gravitates towards the shopping epicentre of the iconic Petronas Towers. The only certain thing in this city is the heat that's tamed by its daily afternoon downpours.