For those of us that long for the outdoors for a semblance of normalcy after being cooped up in our houses for so long, rejoice, for the parks in KL are...
The best bars in KL for a drink
The Time Out KL Drink List is where we handpick the best places to drink in our city. These are the bars and joints that serve up some of the most creative...
Best things to do at night in KL
For nights when you just want to veer away from alcohol and thumping music, these night-time hangout spots and activities still pack all the fun; and they...
Best places to watch live sports in KL
Why watch a match at home when you can do it at a lively venue filled with like-minded fans. From semi-open air food courts to sports bars, these are the best...
Best bits of KL: Chow Kit
‘Chow Kit Road, di tengah bandaraya orang merata-rata. Dari segala bangsa tua atau muda. Ada yang berkereta ada yang jalan saja. Ada yang cuci mata,’ – the...
Malaysia to fully reopen borders to international travellers from April 1
Travellers entering Malaysia would only need to have valid travel documents to enter and exit the country
Penang has been included in CNN’s top travel destinations for 2022
As the world gets accustomed to a new norm, Penang is much closer and safer for travel for us Malaysians. Words by Darinee Durai
Singapore and Malaysia to launch quarantine-free travel from November 29
Off to see the neighbours again
Travelling around Malaysia is now possible for anyone fully vaccinated
In effect from October 11, 2021 – with a promise from the PM that no more blanket bans will be placed
Best bits of KL
‘Chow Kit Road, di tengah bandaraya orang merata-rata. Dari segala bangsa tua atau muda. Ada yang berkereta ada yang jalan saja. Ada yang cuci...
Jalan Besar in Salak South
The residents of Salak South are still living their days in a haze of ’70s nostalgia. But the small, Mandarin-speaking town was established way back in...
Pekan Sungai Besi in Sungai Besi
As if time has held Pekan Sungai Besi hostage, the town has remained fairly untouched for the past 80 years. Many have walked unsuspectingly into this former...
Little India in Klang
Little India, of Klang, isn’t a Little India of posters and postcards. Little India, of Klang, is one whose music – an exercise of high-decibel...
KL area guides
101 things to do in KL
Attractions and Activities
From exploring a housing village in the city to diving into a tank full of sharks, here's our definitive list of the best tourist attractions and things to do...
Arts and Culture
From checking out graffiti to the annual Thaipusam procession at Batu Caves, here's our definitive list to the best arts and culture experiences in KL.
Food and Drink
Whether it's street food from the trunk of a motorbike or seared foie gras in the skies of KL, here's a list of must-eats.
Music and Nightlife
Party at a helipad, catch a live gig or hang out at super cool speakeasy bars. Here's our list of the best music and nightlife experiences in KL.
The best of KL
KL photo essays
Batu Road: Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
The iconic restaurants, the history and the people – we walk through one of the oldest roads in KL: Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman.
Kopitiam: KL's original coffee shop
Kopitiams have long been a mainstay of our café culture, but they won’t be around forever. We took a tour of these ageing coffee shops.
KL's old cinemas: A long goodbye
We go back to the cinemas of yesteryear KL, long before the complete takeover of plush cineplexes and their digital motion pictures.
Rivers of KL: Portrait of a silent river
A river always takes the path of least resistance, often resulting in a crooked path. From the very first cup to ultra-modern hydroelectric dams, the mastery...