As the capital of the hot, humid, melting pot of culture that is Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a popular destination for the curious traveller.
By Vivian Chong,
Snapshots: Zafigo Editor, Vivian Chong, shares her memories of witnessing her very first Thaipusam at Batu Caves.
By Abby Yao,
Known as KL’s biggest ‘Little India’, there’s always plenty to see, do and eat in this colourful neighbourhood cum tourist and transportation hub.
By Alexandra Wong,
Explore Kampung Bharu, an authentic Malay village in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, just a stone’s throw from KLCC.
By Elaine Tan,
Is your mom a foodie, an adventurer, or a history buff? Spoil her silly with some extra special quality time.
Two girls, a regular and a first-timer to the Holi festival, share their thoughts and sentiments on the vibrant event that marks the beginning of spring.
By Anis Ibrahim,
Anis set out on foot to explore the Kuala Lumpur’s hippest joints and some of the city’s oldest restaurants in Medan Tuanku.
Housed in pre-war shophouses, these atmospheric cafes dish up good coffees, cakes and hot food along with Instagram-friendly interiors.
By Pei Ting Tham,
Exploring Kuala Lumpur by bicycle is great hassle-free way to discover the city. Here are some ideas on how to plan a day of cycling in the capital.