Commemorating the fallen heroes of Malaysia’s struggle for freedom, against the Japanese Occupation during World War II (WW2) and also the Malayan Emergency from 1948 to 1960, is the world’s … Read More
Batu Caves, with its limestone outcrop and three main caves that have been converted into Hindu temples and shrines, is the most popular Hindu place of worship outside of India.
This exhibition is held in collaboration with the Office of the Keeper of the Ruler’s Seal. It generally highlights the institution of the Conference of Rulers as a body of … Read More
Nestled within a land area of 11.34 hectares with a well-groomed garden, is a palace, now known as The Royal Museum (Muzium Diraja).
Travelling to Kuala Lumpur numerous times, I have always wanted to experience the KL Hop-On Hop-Off tour of the city but never found the time for it.
Kuala Lumpur’s tram has got to be one of the city’s best kept secrets because not many locals know about it! Starting from Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, the tram goes … Read More
This Fabulous Food Carnival was held in conjunction with the grand launch of Visit Malaysia Year 2014, at Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur.
Themed “Celebrating 1Malaysia Truly Asia”, Visit Malaysia Year 2014’s grand launch at Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) in Kuala Lumpur last Saturday was an extravaganza showcase of the country’s cultural diversity.