Malay-power, neo-Nazi music festival canceled after public outcry

What’s a fascist to do? Malay-power nationalists were left disappointed this week upon hearing the news that a music festival celebrating their extremist ideology in April has...

Sarawakian Michael Garing executed this morning at Changi Prison, Singapore

News this morning from the Malaysian High Commission confirmed what many had been lobbying to halt: Sarawakian Michael...

Sarawakian Michael Garing executed this morning at Changi Prison, Singapore

Everything alright, hun? Malaysia falls 45 places down the World Happiness totem pole

We’ve been in a bit of a funk over the last few years, if the 2019 World Happiness Report is anything to go by, after...

Everything alright, hun? Malaysia falls 45 places down the World Happiness totem pole

‘Still room for social ills’: Kelantan shoots down opening Sharia-compliant cinema

Kelantan’s conservative, Islamic, PAS-led state government has weighed in on whether the east coast area will be...

‘Still room for social ills’: Kelantan shoots down opening Sharia-compliant cinema

Foreign Ministry confirms that Malaysian teen died in New Zealand terrorist attack

Malaysia’s Foreign Ministry confirmed this morning that the teen national, classified as missing following the...

Foreign Ministry confirms that Malaysian teen died in New Zealand terrorist attack

Bloomfield: We stayed at this eco-chic boutique hotel in Umalas, but should you?

3 new afternoon teas to try in Hong Kong: Edible ‘cosmetics,’ flambéed scones, and storybook-inspired menus

Best Working Cafes in Jakarta: Where to find the holy trinity of good coffee, affordable eats, and solid Wi-Fi

The Coffee Club: New Legian beachfront spot offers up good brews and stellar poached eggs

Inside Whisky and Words, a new ‘travel book themed’ Sheung Wan whisky bar

Changi Airport revamps the basement of T3 with new shops, a hangout space, and an indoor garden

Handmade Heroes: These Bali artisans are helping crafts find their cool again

Jewel Changi Airport to open on Apr 17; free sneak peeks available for the public from Apr 11 onwards

On the trail of street art in Singapore: Where to find murals, creative designs, and heritage scenescapes

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You will never know the real Kuala Lumpur at first glance. We’ve heard it all before. Shopping malls, more shopping malls, and dirty hawker food. There's no beach, and the sidewalks will end under your feet. We like it that way. You need to see what’s hidden behind the batik, and concrete. Only then will you see that our city shines bright: gleaming steel during the day, and neon lights by night. You will love KL if you get subtext, the absurd, and above all, the best food in Southeast Asia. No wait, the best food in the whole world. Walk down the street and see that East meets West, meets the Straits. We love plurality here. We thrive on it. It’s what makes the engine of our city run late into the night and into the next morning. Take a longer look, a different path and you’ll be rewarded. World-famous after-parties, where nobody sleeps until the last DJ is left standing. Food made by the recipe’s originator, cooked from decades-old woks, seasoned to perfection. Forests in the middle of the city, where you can have your lunch next to a family of macaques. And most importantly, some of the craziest news and most unbelievable headlines on planet Earth. KL is the coolest city you will ever meet, in the least assuming way possible. You just need the right guide, and that’s where we come in. The latest news, events and places to go in our beloved city, all here. See you soon.