Hidden Places in Kuala Lumpur
Kwai Chai Hong, Zhongshan Building, Brickfields, Rumah Penghulu, Kampung Baru, Orchid & Hibiscus Garden, Astaka Morocco, MinNature Malaysia, Thean Hou Temple, Kuala Selangor, Coliseum Café, MudKL, Museum of the Royal Malaysian Police and many more.
The city of Kuala Lumpur is best known as a picture-perfect cityscape with gleaming skyscrapers and colonial-era architecture, but it's much more than that. Some of the best spots here are also its least known. Once a small Chinese village, Kuala Lumpur is now a bustling metropolis with a population of 7 million people, but what sets it apart is its connection to its historical roots. So, if you have a passion to explore the off beaten path, you should definitely skip reading the traditional guidebooks and add the unexplored, hidden places of Kuala Lumpur to your itinerary.
Kuala Lumpur is a right blend of the urban present and ancient past. There are plenty of under-explored secret spots that are just waiting to be found. You must have plenty of reasons to love Kuala Lumpur, but once you take in the beauty of the breathtaking, historically rich and capture-worthy hidden gems in Kuala Lumpur, you’ll find yourself loving this masterpiece of a city even more.