DBKL turning alleys in Golden Triangle into pockets of sunshine


This alley that was once a breeding ground for drug addicts is now a vibrant gateway between the old buildings.

DINGY alleys, unappealing sidewalks and lanes, and creepy narrow pathways riddled with rubbish, drug addicts, drunkards, vagrants, and snatch thieves in the city will be repurposed into vibrant, colourful and marketable tourist attractions.

The transformation into artsy little getaways will bring life back to areas such as behind Bukit Bintang’s old flats and hotels which had become choked with rotting rubbish, stagnant water, and human and animal waste.

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