Think City's Downtown KL Grant to boost capital's arts and cultural appeal

A DBKL mural project series at Medan Pasar in the vicinity of the River Of Life project in Kuala Lumpur. Photo: The Star/Low Lay Phon

Submissions for the Downtown Kuala Lumpur Grants Programme are now open. This programme, launched by Think City, invites individuals and organisations to rethink the future of Kuala Lumpur and to submit projects to improve quality of life for communities in the city centre, and to transform and revitalise spaces with creative ideas.

Rooted in the spirit of recovery from the pandemic, the programme is part of a long-term plan to enable communities to participate in the recovery and transformation of the historic centre of KL into a creative and cultural hub.

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