Malaysian celebrity chef Chef Wan's garden is his 'heaven on earth'

Chef Wan’s garden offers him respite from his busy days. Photos: The Star/Art Chen

With nine restaurants to run and a few more in the pipeline, Datuk Redzuawan Ismail, popularly known as Chef Wan, leads a hectic life, which is well-documented in the Instagram posts he shares with his avid followers. But no matter how wonderful his trips abroad are and how interesting his adventures are, Chef Wan is always happiest when he is home.

“Wherever I travel, I look forward to coming home to my garden and my plants and of course my 11 cats, which I simply adore,” says Chef Wan, who bought his home in Cyberjaya 11 years ago.

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