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That time we were interviewed on Malaysian National Radio: TraXX FM

Sebastien Chaneac
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Kuala Lumpur was a great base for us to stop and take a breather from our backpacks for a month in June/July 2015.

Whilst in KL, we met the awesome DJ Kevin Chong, who invited us to be interviewed about our travels in Asia over the past year, on his morning show with his partner in crime, DJ Diyana.

TraXX FM is one of the most popular English radio stations in Malaysia, broadcasted nationwide and also in neighbouring Singapore and Brunei.

We were of course dead excited at the opportunity and jumped at the chance to be grilled by Kevin and Diyana about our travels.

So, on the morning of Wednesday 1st July, we set off bright and early to the Wisma Radio station centre for our first ever encounter with the radio world.

Radio Wisma centre selfie
Our selfie at the Wisma Radio centre in Kuala Lumpur before our radio interview on TraXX FM

Check out and listen to our radio interview on TraXX FM right here:

Posing with Kevin and Diyana
Our post radio interview picture with DJ Kevin and Diyana at TraXX FM

For more about our adventures through Malaysia, please check out our Malaysia travel video:

Sebastien Chaneac

Sebastien is the co-founder, editor and author of He is a tech geek, a total travel nerd and a food enthusiast. He spends the majority of his time planning Nomadic Boys' travels meticulously right down to the minute details. Sebastien has travelled to over 80 countries with his partner in crime and the love of his life, Stefan. He regularly shares his expertise of what it’s like travelling as a gay couple both on Nomadic Boys and on prominent publications ranging from Pink News, Matador, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian and many more. Originally from France, Sebastien moved to London in the early 2000s where he pursued a career as a computer programmer for Thompson Reuters and Bloomberg. He subsequently left it all to explore his passion for travelling around the world with Stefan to hand, and thus Nomadic Boys was born. Find out more about Nomadic Boys.

12 thoughts on “That time we were interviewed on Malaysian National Radio: TraXX FM”

  1. Brilliant interview – relaxed and informative (and quite diplomatic…) from you two “partners in crime”!

  2. Thanks Ronnie πŸ™‚ “That song”? WTF – come on now, “THAT” song is nothing short of that Malaysian classic ‘rasa saya’. At least I hope that’s what we managed to pull off – he he he

  3. You guys are adorable! I especially love that song you did — I think we all sang it at Rainforest Festival too. Keep it up!

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