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Yes, that’s Yuna in the campaign images. In collaboration with UK-born blogger, fashion designer and internet personality Hana Tajima, Uniqlo launches a special modest wear collection this month.
Raksasa Print Studio is once again calling for artists to participate in their next affordable art show, titled ‘Mad Science’ (the first being their studio’s opening show).
This July, we’re giving you all the handy cheap tricks you need to survive KL post-GST. Inside, you’ll find the best cheap eats in town under RM15, tips on how to live in KL the cheap and cheerful way (discounts, cheap parking, and free drinks and classes), and even how you can recreate a designer look for less than RM100.
This Ramadhan, do good and give your pre-loved Raya outfits to the needy. The Baju Raya Project is collecting pre-loved baju Raya to be distributed to single mothers, orphans and the poor around KL, Selangor and Pahang.
No Penang food trail is complete without nasi kandar and soon you can have two of Penang’s best curry-flooded nasi right here in KL. According to The Malaysian Insider, Nasi Kandar Line Clear and possibly the oldest nasi kandar restaurant on the island, Hameediyah, will open a KL branch; the former in Kampung Baru and the latter in Kota Damansara.
Gastro Sentral's Philly cheese steak sandwich challenge is on Gastro Sentral is at it again with another food challenge. This time around, it's a super-sized version of an American favourite - the Philly cheese steak sandwich.
If you've lived in KL long enough, you've probably witnessed something strange while on the LRT, KTM or Monorail at least once. Don't just keep it to yourself – tell us!
‘Fast and Furious 8’ will screen in 2017. So while we wait, we chart the KL drivers who really grind our gears.
After receiving thousands of submissions for UTGP 2015 Star Wars – Uniqlo's global T-shirt design competition this year – the judging panel (which included Darth Vader himself) has picked out the winning designs to be featured in the Japanese label's latest UT collection for men and children.
Shop for arts and crafts items, books and even organic produce at these markets in town.
Time Out Malaysia's all-new quarterly magazine for families is out now. In this launch issue, we search the country from top to bottom to find 23 free things to do for families. Discover parks, ping pong, picnics and performances. We also take a look at Malaysia's best camps for kids to see what's happening these school holidays.
Gather your little bookworms during the school holidays for the Children’s Book Week.
Good news everyone: RapidKL's elevated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system launched yesterday with the BRT Sunway Line, and it's offering free rides from now until August 1.
Record your songs in one of 12 legendary studios – Abbey Road Studios legendary.
Our new issue gives you all the top shops, restaurants, cafés and things to do in some of KL's best shopping malls. Here's a sneak peek.
Next in our People of KL series: We celebrate the achievements of our fellow workers in KL.
Next week, Kuala Lumpur hosts Barclays Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur in the AIA Cup. The match hasn’t proved so popular with all local football fans, some Ultras being angry that the regular Malaysian league program has been disrupted by what is essentially an exhibition match (check out the #SayNoToCircusGame hashtag on social media).
Festival Belia Putrajaya is back and continues its cool streak since last year’s revamp. Think of it as your regular festival, except with tons (really, tons) of things to do. To avoid getting overwhelmed, here are ten of the best booths and activities to check out.
Swiss Dream Circus is back in KL for its second run, bringing in mind-boggling and gravity-defying acrobatic performances. For a night of fearlessness and amazement, join the troupe under the Big Top and see hand acrobatics, jump rope, juggling performances and more.
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Out now: Uniqlo x Hana Tajima collection
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