Built for the declaration of independence in 1957, this open-air stadium is where Malaysia’s first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman,...
Officially opened in 1962, this was Malaysia’s first indoor stadium and is another heritage building that has been recently given a...
Guan Yin Temple
Dedicated to the Bodhisattva of compassion, this cement temple was originally built by Hokkien Chinese in the 1890s and served as a...
SS Spicy Food
On the edge of leafy Kampung Attap, this roadside hawker-stall complex is an ideal breakfast spot for its freshly made roti and onion...
175 Jln Maharajalela · interesting places nearby
Café Café information
Flickering candles and twinkling crystal decorations conjure a romantic atmosphere at this quirky restaurant a short walk south of Chinatown. Avoid the fancy foie gras dishes; stick to simpler concoctions and you’ll do fine.