In Kuala Lumpur, a creative community mall embraces diversity in the arts

A series of cube art spaces - featuring standalone exhibitions - seen at the GMBB creative community mall in Kuala Lumpur. Photo: The Star/Muhamad Shahril Rosli

Where can you find a children’s picture book museum, contemporary shadow puppetry, Orang Asli art, batik, photography exhibits, miniature dioramas, paintings, printmaking, and theatre space under one roof?

GMBB, a creative community mall in Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, checks all these boxes - and more, as it also hosts activities such as workshops, exhibitions, screenings and performances regularly.

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