I am glad to be back here and to contribute my travel post about this precious space. It has been a while since my last write up about one of the restaurant's in Kuala Lumpur. Recently, I had a trip to several countries in Central Europe with my friends, and we ended our trip at the most beautiful city in Eastern Europe, Budapest.
When we first arrived at Budapest central station, we didn't have any idea what this city could offer. The station looked old and torn, and the weather was just way too hot and dry for us. We completely looked like aliens from another planet, because this city is not a popular destination for Asian's or at least for Malaysian's, so we obviously seemed losted. Our first move was to find a taxi which could bring us to our hotel, we booked a renown hotel chain with the hopes they could guide us on what to do in this city for several days. We found the taxi, and the driver was genuinely pleasant, he spoke English well too, we thought, "hey this is a good start!" [MORE IMAGES]
My admiration goes to the local designers and indie shops who we encountered along the small roads that we accidentally discovered. I am not sure how they survive by having their shops in the quiet alley, but I guess authenticity and passion wins in the end. Another part that I personally loved was the dining places that we visited during the trip. We were spoiled by cozy interiors in old buildings, and an outdoor colorful dining area during the Summer, of course the hungarian food was so tasteful too.
My next travel report for Bloesem’s readers will be about a tiny old town in Belgium that offers lots of charm. I'll see you again soon. I hope you enjoyed this report!