IOI City Mall has opened its phase 2, here's a list of opened stores and what's coming soon in Malaysia's largest shopping mall.
We review Sunny Side Up Market, a curated bazaar in Slate at The Row for local businesses by spending money at (almost) every stall.
Here's how to join the party with Hennessy's Night Creators at selected F&B outlets across Malaysia from June 2022 onwards.
Loka Made Malaysia's Malaysian-inspired mini puzzle piece sets doubles as a drink coaster and a fridge/whiteboard magnet.
Furnitures, plants, planters, plates and various crockeries, all handmade by Malaysians, and where to find them in KL.
Succulents and cactus care guide in Malaysia including how to care for plants, by Malaysian cactus expert, Jacktus.
Founded by Khairul Anwar Abdul Rahman, Pokok.Kita creates box planters from unused diskettes to be sold with medium plants and succulents from RM20 in KL.
Drink RAGE KL is a cafe, coffee shop and coffee kiosk in KL and Klang Valley with affordable coffee and it's close to the Bangsar LRT station.
Here are some gorgeous and aesthetic, Instagrammable bookstores and libraries and KL and PJ to visit for book lovers.
Good Vibes Festival 2019 got some #StrangerVibes with art installations, cosplays and Instagram 80s aesthetics. No. 8 was our fav!
Aroma stones are aroma diffusers made from unpolished pottery stones - they are available at Ms Shy Creations in KL (delivers to Klang Valley and Selangor).
Darren Teh of An Honest Mistake shares bars and spaces to hit up for the best indie, jazz, acoustic, pop and fusion live music around PJ and KL.
@syazaofalltrades upcycles old furniture and prices them from RM200 - items include arm chairs, mirrors, coffee tables and sofas.
Like A Boss co-sharing space in KL offers a fast WiFi speed of 300 Mbps and a day pass is priced from RM15.
UMade Malaysia sells personalised travel world maps made of lightweight fabric and they are priced from RM159, with shipping available around the world.
This Tiger event uncaged the potential of 13 local artists through their music, cooking, and design at The Beer Factory Hartamas.
Malaysian calligraphy artists on Instagram share top tips for good calligraphy artworks and the best tools and stationaries for calligraphy.
Malaysian bullet journalists on Instagram share their tips for good bujo bullet journal spreads and the best tools and stationaries for bullet journalling.
Tiger ROAR Project 2019 at The Beer Factory, Sri Hartamas is headlined by Kent Lee, Dato' Maw, Sonia Luhong and Yong Sheng.
The Opae Ula Shrimp is an alternative unusual pet available at The Shrimp Thing KL and it's a low-commitment and self-sustaining pet.