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    Last year marked this popular flower event’s tenth showing since 2007, and at the end of this month the Royal Floria Putrajaya returns to pull in the masses once more. For ten days beginning 30 August, the Putrajaya Botanical Garden will be the must-go destination for flower lovers. Far from…

    13 August 2019: KLIA marks milestone with a drive towards Airports 4.0 Digital Transformation InitiativesKuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) saw in its 21st year of service in an event that was graced by Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, as well as other dignitaries including Minister of Transport Loke Siew…

    Music fiends in the capital have much to rejoice about as some serious talent descends on KL this month. Westlife aside, there are a number of international performers ladling out their best sounds, and among them are these three acts, with diverse offerings steeped in singular styles. Flume From the…

    As we peruse Malaysian history studying her independence, there’s also much else to learn about her storied past. For an in-depth, in-person view of the chronicles of KL and the country, these are some amazing places to visit.Muzium NegaraNaturally, Muzium Negara, or the National Museum, is a compulsory stop when…

    From the acclaimed Marini's Group comes Marimbar, the latest – and currently the highest – rooftop bar in the Petaling Jaya district. It sits 35 floors up, atop Pinnacle PJ Tower A along Jalan Utara and across the Federal Highway from Hilton PJ.Although they are both technically skybars, Marimbar is deliberately different from…

    Jumping right into a scenario of thrills and spills to displace the humdrum of everyday life is sure to give the ol’ ticker a nice workout. You don’t even need to sign up for full-fledged extreme sports, for there are pursuits that reward a trip to the edge of comfort…

    There is almost a constant flow of art exhibitions in KL throughout the year, and these two come under the spotlight this month. One showcases a range of photographic perspectives on life in this bustling capital city known as KL, and the other celebrates unique Malaysian architectural achievements. KL UrbanismFeaturing…

    As a theatre venue, the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (or klpac for short) is a reliable hub of plays, musicals and their stage-based kin. It is business as usual this July as the centre puts out a number of attention-grabbing showcases, including these. Don’t Let Usman Awang Know The…

    Look up the history of the burger, or the hamburger if you favour a more orthodox tone, and what comes back are scattered claims pertaining to its origin. While the inventor, date, place or recipe of the first definitive burger remain in dispute, one thing is certain; this fast food…

    Some are subtle, and you don’t notice it until you pay close attention. Others are more overt, and you catch it at first sight. Malay and Islamic aesthetics are not quite few and far between in the capital’s building collection, present on several iconic landmarks, and even within the outline…