Tucked away off Jln Ampang behind Hotel Maya and split from Kampung Baru by a highway is one of KL's oldest Muslim burial grounds shaded...
Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru
Built in 1924, Kampung Baru's principal mosque sports a handsome gateway decorated with eye-catching tiles in traditional Islamic...
Sultan Sulaiman Club
Dating back to 1909, this is the oldest Malay club in KL and is said to be where the meetings that led to the establishment of the...
KL’s top club offers spaces to suit everyone and a line-up of top local and international DJs. As well as the two-level main venue,...
Specialising in some east coast peninsular Malaysian dishes such as nasi kerabu (blue rice), this is the place to dine inexpensively on...
Sunday Market information
Lonely Planet review
Kampung Baru’s Saturday pasar malam –called the Sunday Market because it runs into the early hours of Sunday morning – is also worth attending. The main action here is focused at the end of Jln Raja Alang, not far from the LRT station, where you’ll find the stall Warong Perasan serving a good selection of Malay dishes.