Purple Cane Tea Restaurant
Guan Yin Temple
Dedicated to the goddess of mercy, this pretty temple was originally built by Hokkien Chinese in the 1890s and served as a place to say...
Chan She Shu Yuen Temple
Also known as the Green Temple after the colour of its plastered walls, this clan temple features KL’s finest example of a Kwangtung...
KL Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Aku Cafe & Gallery
An Asian contemporary chic vibe pervades this gourmet coffee haunt serving beans roasted using hi-tech Japanese technology in Taiwan....
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...
Lonely Planet review
Tucked behind the Chinese Assembly Hall, this laid-back place uses tea as an ingredient in most of its dishes. Intriguing specials include chicken soup with tea and ginseng, and beef simmered in lychee tea. There are also branches in Mid Valley Megamall and the Shaw Centre in Pudu.