This place commonly called the Brickfields Buddhist Temple by local folks. It is for the Buddhist community to practice their beliefs in a caring and sufficient environment. In the grounds of the temple is a Bodhi tree grown from a cutting taken from the sacred Bodhi tree in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka....more
The building was built in 1897, it was served as several important government departments during the British colonization. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building was the best known symbol of Malaysia until the Petronas Towers were built and still today one of the most photographed buildings in...more
Opened in 1928, Yut Kee Restaurant is certainly one of the oldest coffeeshops in KL, serving local-style brew and traditional Hainanese cuisine. Ample of choices to pick from - thick coffee and grilled bread with housemade kaya, their specialty RotiBabi (a small deep-fried loaf filled with...more
Foods and cakes are awesome. Highly recommended their Pavlova and Tiramisu . This place also great for jazz music lovers in KL. The bistros consistently features live international and local jazz acts every Friday and Saturday night.
This place commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II. The surounding scenery is beautiful, but the area is not shaded, so make sure you get prepared to shade you under the hot sun....more