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We built this city

'Mud: Our Story of Kuala Lumpur' tells the story of friendship against the backdrop of the capital’s birth.


Daily life takes its time on ‘hell’s doorstep’ in Malacca

Bridge Lane used to be the entrance to one of the most populated and morally corrupt streets in Malacca during the first half of the 20th century.


Royal Selangor’s Yong Yoon Li talks about his great-grandfather’s pewter legacy

The heart in heritage: The evolution of Royal Selangor International.


With these buildings gone, have we lost part of our heritage?

Here's a look at the buildings with rich heritage values lost over the years in Malaysia.


See Kuala Lumpur in 10,000 steps

There's no way better to get to know a city than on foot. Kuala Lumpur has four different free guided walks for you.


Director Chin San Sooi finds the emotion in 'Emily Of Emerald Hill'

Stella Kon's play has been staged hundreds of times, but there's always something new to uncover in the emotion of its leading lady's words.


Novia Shin wants to magnify the importance of local heritage with her art

The Ipoh-born artist is also the co-founder of history organization Kaki Jelajah Warisan


Who really founded KL: Yap Ah Loy ... or Sutan Puasa?

Independent scholar Abdur-Razzaq Lubis wants to set the record straight: Sutan Puasa was the real founder of Kuala Lumpur.


Which KL sites should get Unesco World Heritage status?

Kuala Lumpur mayor Tan Sri Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz said some old structures in KL have potential for recognition under Unesco's World Heritage List. The question is, which structures deserve this honour?