Kuala Lumpur is more than meets the eye.
How I See Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a confluence of old and new — a charming mix of multicultural modernity and heritage. It's a place known for its food, but the city itself is a feast for the senses.
Know Before You Go
At YEN, traditional Chinese recipes have been revisited with contemporary interpretations, while carefully selected fresh seafood is prepared with ancient techniques. Chef Weng’s menu comprises consummate dim sum, Cantonese specialties and signature noodles.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
Affectionate slang used to compliment almost any sentence in a social conversation, used by Malaysians everywhere and all the time.
Ok-lah! C'mon, lah!
Neighborhoods to Explore
Bangsar is the Beverly Hills of Malaysia. It's a lush residential suburb with great nightlife, and dotted by shops, restaurants and bars all around.
2. Bukit Bintang
Start at Pavillion and shop till you drop, then take a walk down to Jalan Alor to be rewarded with a long stretch of local food haven.
Chinatown hosts a famous flea market with vendors lining up the streets, serving up a taste of exciting local flavors.
Brickfields is home to Little India, a colorful maze of jewelry stores, textile shops and traditional Indian sweets, plus hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving banana-leaf curries and thosai pancakes.
121, Jalan Ampang
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Bangunan Ming Annexe, 9 Jalan Ampang
Omakase + Appreciate is a cocktail lounge piloted by two award-winning, topflight Malaysian bartenders.
29, Jalan Riong, Bangsar
This coffee shop resides within the premises of APW, a prolific printing factory turn creative space where arts, culture, and technology converge.
Drop by Yokentheam to get a pair of these mules so you can walk around KL stylishly and comfortably.
Browse through Ezzati Amira’s spring/summer collection for an elegant maxi dress.
W Kuala Lumpur
W Kuala Lumpur redefines the local scene with glamour and sophistication.