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KL City Gallery Revisited

Dec 22, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

Since my first visit to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery in 2014, I have dropped by to the gallery on a number of occasions. Therefore, when I found out that the first stop of Kingz MG Malaysia convoy was to be KL City Gallery, I wasn't too enthusiastic. This is not to say that KL City Gallery ... continue reading »

As I have mentioned in an earlier post, I have found the "perfect" place to work on my laptop when I am in Kuala Lumpur. Coming from Ipoh, the capital city is my transit point to places where assignments take me. Although I have relatives in KL, I prefer to be in the heart of ... continue reading »

I was informed about Lost in Chinatown, a new attraction in Petaling Street, when it first opened to the public in mid-June. I felt an affinity with it because I actually lost my way in Petaling Street, also known as Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown, one day. Me being me, if I were to go there today without ... continue reading »

As a digital nomad, I work on the go. Although I can work wherever I am, I do admit that I am not as productive compared to sitting at my own desk at home. Even so, work has to go on, whether I am in a classy hotel, a backpacker's lodge, a bamboo hut nature resort, ... continue reading »

As a teetotaller, I hardly set foot in a bar but when I was exploring Kuala Lumpur, particularly the F&B scene in Changkat Bukit Bintang, and the opportunity came up, I thought, "Why not?" And so, the venue for the night was Nagaba, as you can see from these photos. I did not, however, touch a ... continue reading »

How embarrassing for me that I have only just discovered Coliseum Café Kuala Lumpur even though this establishment has been recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records as the “Longest Operating Western Colonial-Themed Restaurant”. Established in 1921, the café is already 95 years old and is still going strong. During my lunch at this iconic Coliseum ... continue reading »

What does all work and no play make Jack and Jill? Dull, of course! And so, on a recent trip to explore Kuala Lumpur's attractions, our host, Tourism Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, organised a laser battle tournament! Laser Battle, which is located in Berjaya Times Square, is said to offer Southeast Asia's most advanced laser tag game, ... continue reading »

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