Kuala Lumpur (aka KL), the capital city of Malaysia, is a huge melting pot of people, cultures and cuisine. From Malay, Chinese, Indian and regional cuisines to international offerings that experiment with local flavours, eating here is a national obsession, and food is cheap too! Street fare is hugely popular and eating out into the wee hours of the night is the norm. While most others stop with breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, city folks continue their love affair with food with supper and maybe even a late night bite before finally retiring for the day. It is a consuming affair but one that everyone does with great relish! Here’s a quick roundup of the city’s popular enclaves that are popular with the locals.
Calling all shutterbugs! If you think you’ve seen the best of Malaysia, it’s time to show us what you’ve got. We’re looking for the most stunning images of Malaysia and we’re sure you have a few up your laptop sleeve. To get you started, here are 10 picks from all over the country, from Langkawi off the peninsula all the way east to Sipadan, as shared by our fans on the Travel 3Sixty Photoblog.
Compiled by Abby Yao
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More than just a music conference, the final weekend of April was filled with electronic music madness. Travel 3Sixty’s youngest writer was at Music Conference Asia 2013 and Global Sound System to experience it all!
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Malaysian indie music darlings Soraya, Nazeera and Irena Taib may hail from a small town but they definitely pack a big punch. Calling themselves The Impatient Sisters, the siblings are rising stars in the indie music scene with their beautiful harmonies and sweet yet edgy music. The sisters share their journey thus far with Travel 3Sixty°.
Compiled by: Chitra S
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