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 … Read More
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 … Read More
I was informed about Lost in Chinatown, a new attraction in Petaling Street, when it first opened to the public in mid-June.
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 … Read More
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, … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
Sino Scene Chinese Restaurant located at Level 6 of Swiss-Garden Residences Kuala Lumpur offers a brand new holistic culinary journey to diners.
Strategically located in the heart of capital city Kuala Lumpur, between the bustling Bukit Bintang and colourful Chinatown, this four-star hotel and residences offer business and leisure travellers a refined … Read More
Opening its doors for its first guests on 18th April, 2016, Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur is the debut property by Far East Hospitality (FEH) outside the little red dot of … Read More
The first time I was at KL Tower, I did not have enough time to check out the KL Tower Mini Zoo, which is located at the base of the … Read More
Opened to the public on 8th June, 2016, Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House took just three months to build. Since its opening, it has already welcomed 400,000 visitors. This attraction … Read More