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General Travel
“Visit this creative upside down art centre! Perfect place for you Instagrammers!”
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Galería de arte
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Museo de arte
“Across the stree from Sultan Abdul Samad building (at the northern end). The building is of Indian Mughal architechture. It exhibits the diversity people of Malaysia in term of their clothes.”
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Library
“+ Public library in city centre + Great collections of books, digital media + Free internet WIFI access + Open: 2pm - 6:45pm (Mon); 10am - 6:45pm (Tue-Fri); 10am - 5pm (Sat & Sun); Close on Holiday”
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Galería de arte
“Art House Gallery is a fascinating mini-museum of folk and ethnic art, mostly from Sarawak.”
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Café
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“Part cafe, part gallery, Aku is the perfect spot in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown to unwind over a cup of coffee and enjoy works of art by artists from all over. With inspiration close by, it has become a space for creators like writers, artists, collectors, and filmmakers to gather. Its convenient location also serves as a place for travellers and locals to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Events ranging from music, film, food and art are held here from time to time as well.”
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Museum
“Explore the historical centre of Kuala Lumpur. The newest attraction in Petaling Street (a.k.a. Chinatown) will take you on an exciting and enriching journey. ​While experiencing the rich culture of Chinatown, walk into the uniquely designed maze to take you through time travelling and adventure journey.”
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Café
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“ Jao Tim means ‘hotel’ in Cantonese. This cafe is along Petaling Street and housed on the top floor of a pre-war colonial shop lot. The menu features a selection of pastries, sandwich and pies. The grilled cheese sandwich is the crowd-favourite. Other options include smoked duck quiche, chicken pie and curry chicken pie. For drinks, they serve espresso-based coffee, teas and craft beers. Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 11am-7pm (until 9pm on Friday & Saturday)”
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Galería de arte
“Petaling Street Heritage House (Non-Halal) Combining a restaurant with an exhibitions centre, dedicated to preserving aspects of the various different Chinese cultures of old immigrants to Malaysia, is a great idea. Downstairs is a restaurant that serves traditional Chinese food from the seven Chinese dialects (or clans) of Petaling Street. This not only gives visitors a taste of the different food from these dialects but also helps to fund the gallery. Upstairs is the exhibitions space which displays retro items gathered from the community. It's well worth a look. Address : 196, Jalan Tun H S Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur. Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Tuesday - Sunday) Tel : +6011-2008 9067”
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