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Located adjacent to the Perdana Botanical Gardens, the KL Bird Park is a 21-acre free-flight aviary that has become one of KL’s best known eco-tourism destinations. It’s home to over 3,000 birds, and split into sections including the Brahminy Land, Flamingo Pond, Hornbill Park and World of Parrots. Try and…

If you’re looking for some of the best streetfood in Kuala Lumpur, make your way to Jalan Alor which is right in the heart of KL’s Golden Triangle. Hawker stalls, restaurants and a myriad of other eateries pack out the sides of this busy street, offering specialities like barbecued chicken…

For decades one of the city’s bustling nightlife hubs, Changkat Bukit Bintang is packed with bars, pubs, speakeasys, gastrobars and restaurants – a vibrant mix that hits the spot for just about any occasion. You’ll find a lively mix of tourists, locals and expatriates here, with an unbeatable atmosphere and…

Built in honour of the sea goddess Mazu, the Thean Hou Temple sits at the top of Robson Heights and covers an area of nearly 1.7 acres – making it one of the largest in Southeast Asia. A blend of modern and traditional architectural elements with sweeping roofs, carvings, ornamentation…

A quintessential part of Malaysian culture is the pasar malam or night market. These bustling bazaars are a haven for foodies and the best place to open up your taste buds to the wonders of Malaysia’s street food. Petaling Jaya’s SS2 suburb lays claim to one of the city’s biggest,…

If you’ve never tried one of these street style burgers in Malaysia, we recommend you make a beeline for Brader John in Uptown Damansara. A mainstay since 1996, John’s dishes out superbly fried patties, fresh veggies and killer special sauces that keeps customers coming back time and time again. This…

Located on the fringes of Perdana Botanical Gardens, the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is the largest museum of its kid in Southeast Asia, spread out over four expansive levels. It houses 12 main galleries, with two floors of permanent galleries and others for temporary exhibitions. Here you can explore scale…

Smack in the heart of KL’s concrete jungle and at the base of the iconic KL Tower lies one of the oldest (and now tiniest!) permanent rainforest reserves in the country. A wide variety of wildlife call this little green patch home, including a troops of monkeys, and the easy…

For decades one of the city’s bustling nightlife hubs, Changkat Bukit Bintang is packed with bars, pubs, speakeasys, gastrobars and restaurants – a vibrant mix that hits the spot for just about any occasion. You’ll find a lively mix of tourists, locals and expatriates here, with an unbeatable atmosphere and…

Within the sprawling Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park and just up the road from the National Monument lies Taman Tugu, a green jewel that covers some 66 acres of densely forested grounds. This once emaciated woodland has seen a complete transformation and now offers miles of discoverable trails, swings, lookout…