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A100 Years Old Roman Catholic Church

Comments by tourists about the Church of the Holy Rosary “Quite interesting small church in the middle of big city commotion.” I accidentally stumbled upon this church while walking from KL Sentral to the National Museum of Malaysia. The front doors were open, so I stepped in. Instantly the noise and commotion of the city [...]

The Orang Asli Museum or The Museum of the Indigenous People of Malaysia is a unique museum that provides everything you need to know about the Orang Asli including their history, customs, traditions, origins and so much more. For your information, the Orang Asli is the indigenous inhabitants of Peninsular Malaysia. They are the earliest [...]

Kuala Lumpur Most Happening Shopping Mall

The Berjaya Times Square is probably the most happening shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur for a number of reasons. First of all, it’s located in the most sophisticated area in terms of entertainment in Kuala Lumpur, the Golden Triangle. The Golden Triangle is a modern and stylish district with 5-star premier hotels, including the Mandarin [...]

The Largest Shopping Mall in Malaysia?

The Mid Valley Megamall is a key part of Mid Valley City, one of the country’s largest urban development projects. The mega mall is used to be the country biggest shopping malls before the emerging of larger malls such as the added New Wing of 1 Utama and the extension of Sunway Pyramid. The crown [...]

The Oldest Cathedral in Kuala Lumpur

The St. Mary’s Cathedral is an impressive building that has over 100 years of history. The construction of the church started in the 1890s when a decision was made to erect a new building to house the growing congregation during that period. The church is located at the famous Dataran Merdeka or Independence Square. One [...]

The Thean Hou Temple (Chinese: 天后宫) is the largest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur. Located on a hill south of the city, the Thean Hou Temple is an impressive three-tier Chinese temple that is visited by hundreds of local and foreign tourists daily. Aside from being a multi-tier temple, the Thean Hou Temple has huge [...]

The Malaysian Tourism Information Complex is housed in an impressive heritage building that was built during the colonial period in 1935. The Malaysian Tourism Information Complex is also known as the Malaysia Tourism Centre. This massive colonial mansion is situated at Jalan Ampang which is close to KLCC. The site at which the mansion is [...]

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is a popular bazaar-style shopping paradise that particularly caters to silk lovers, antiques collectors and some rare handicrafts as well as paintings enthusiasts. Named after the first king of independent Malaysia, and commonly known as Jalan TAR, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is one of the busiest roads in downtown Kuala Lumpur. [...]