Rescued from the brink of dereliction by the law firm Cheang & Ariff, Loke Mansion was once the home of self-made tin tycoon Loke...
The original wooden mosque that gives the area its name, Masjid India was built in 1883 but replaced by a bulky red-granite tiled modern...
The kind of bar in which colonial planters and clerks would have knocked back stouts and G'n'Ts while moaning about the natives. This...
Masjid India Pasar Malam
From around 3pm until late every Saturday, stalls pack out the length of Lg Tuanku Abdul Rahman, the alley between the Jln TAR and...
213 Jln TAR · interesting places nearby
Capital Café information
Since it opened in 1956, this truly Malaysian cafe has had Chinese, Malays and Indians all working together, cooking up excellent renditions of Malay classics such as mee goreng, rojak (salad doused in a peanut-sauce dressing) and satay (only available in the evenings).