So you’ve seen the Petronas Twin Towers, shopped at Bukit Bintang and walked around Dataran Merdeka and Chinatown. What’s next? Satisfy your craving for culture and art at these lesser-visited attractions that not many Malaysians or even KLites have set foot on.
Compiled by: Abby Yao
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Stepping into the Hotel Penaga, I couldn’t help but be enchanted by the harmonious union of traditional and contemporary decor displayed in the small but tasteful lobby. The hotel itself is exquisitely decorated with modern Chinese artwork, as well as original contemporary pieces from across Southeast Asia and Australia.
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