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Coming to MIFF offers you a chance to leisurely explore this beautiful country for that truly Asian experience.


Hidden Gems of Selangor

Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia. It is completely surrounds the Federal Ter…

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Explore the Possibilities in Pahang

Explore the possibilities in Pahang, the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. Located in the…

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The Perhentian Islands

The Perhentian Islands consists of two islands with endless stretches of palm-lined beaches,…

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The Pearls of Penang

Delve into an exciting world of beauty with a visit to Penang. Locally known as 'Pearl Islan…

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Sabah, the Best of Borneo Island

Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malays…

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Gateway to Adventure Trips in Sarawak

Sarawak, also known as 'The Land of Hornbills' is located on the island of Borneo, the third…

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Quaint Hideaway at Rawa Island, Johor

Rawa Island located in Johor is 16km off the coast of Mersing, 20 minutes of riding by boat …

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Perak, Truly a World of Wonders

In June 2016, Lonely Planet named Ipoh as the 6th best place to visit in Asia. An inscriptio…

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The Scenery of Langkawi

Langkawi offers breathtaking scenery with its beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, incred…

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Melaka, World Heritage City

Melaka is one of the most popular tourist destinations within Malaysia. Every evening the fa…

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Food

Publika
Visit Website » Publika has enough quirky boutiques, bistros, quaint cafes, art galleries, unique art sculptures decorating the mall and activities to amuse even the fussiest visitor. There are a number of restaurants and cafes such as Journal B, Ben's Restaurant, Coffee Stain by Joseph, Plan B Roasters, The Red Beanbag Cafe, Namoo on the Park and many others.
BLVD House
Visit Website » BLVD House’s all-day restaurant and bar with influences from the chicest corners of Paris, New York and London, bringing you back to the Charlie Chaplin era with its old-fashioned yet elegant ambience.
Glutton Street (Pudu Wai Sek Kai)
Glutton Street, known as Wai Sek Kai in Cantonese, is another authentic local favourite food street in Kuala Lumpur located in Pudu. This street has about 50 years of history. Popular stalls such as Salted Duck egg yolk Char Kwey Teow, Chee Cheong Fun Roasted Cuttlefish Rojak, Seafood Cantonese Porridge, 6-Flavour Soup, Offal soup and etc.

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Shopping

MyTown Shopping Centre
Visit Website » MyTown Shopping Centre located in Cheras interconnected with Ikea, Cheras. It design with 5 levels and has approximately 460 stores.
Sunway Velocity Mall
Visit Website » Sunway Velocity design with a striking urban architectural building also located in the vicinity of Ikea, Cheras. Sunway Velocity mall is a place for the people to seek for urban life.

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Attractions

Batu Caves
Batu Caves is the most celebrated place of worship for Hindus in Malaysia (and one of the most internationally-popular Hindu shrines outside India). It's instantly recognisable by the gilded 40-meter statue of deity Lord Murugan, which stands at the bottom of 272 concrete steps leading up to the main temple cave.
Kuala Lumpur Upside Down House
Visit Website » Upside down House located in the Kuala Lumpur Tower or Menara Kuala Lumpur vicinity. Upside down House is actually a concept with a house that has been constructed with all upside down furniture.

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Nightlife

VIEW Rooftop Bar
Visit Website » Nestled at the top of GTower, VIEW is another superstar rooftop bar in the region and a coveted destination for the sophisticated set.
SkyBar
Visit Website » Imagine sipping your drink while taking in the fantastic view of the Petronas Twin Towers. SkyBar is situated on Level 33 of the Traders Hotel.

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Coffeehouses

Papa Palheta
Visit Website » Papa Palheta is an independent coffee boutique, specialising in roasting and purveying specialty coffee in Singapore and Malaysia.
Lucy in the Sky Cafe
Visit Website » Lucy in the Sky is a rustic, spick-and-span cafe with substance. Coffee here has a velvety depth, which goes down well with a slightly greasy American or English breakfast.

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