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Panggung KL – A Theatrical Experience

The architecture and frame work was inspired by The Madras Cinema located in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown (Madras Lane) which was one of the earliest movie house in Kuala Lumpur. It was ran by the Shaw Brothers and was burnt down in 1978. With a little history behind the three-storey structure, Panggung’s vision is to reinvent…

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The Estate – History in the City Turned Contemporary Venue.

Just right off Jalan Damansara, up a little hill, stands this majestic colonial mansion called The Estate on Federal Hill. Built in the early 1900s, this beautiful 30,000 sq. ft. building used to be a residence owned by a French company called Socfin Group - or Société Financière des Caoutchoucs - a development and management…

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Five Hot Speakeasies to visit- Post Pandemic.

Covid-19 has affected the bar industries tremendously but as we transition into the new norm with SOPs provided by the Health Minister to ease business owners to get back on track however as clubs is strictly remain closed the past two years before 1st May 2022, there’s also a significant trend of our partygoers preferring…

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What To See In Southeast Asia In Six Months

Southeast Asia has always held a sense of mystery and intrigue to long-haul travelers, and these destinations can easily be seen in six months. South East Asia is a fantastic region of the globe to visit, with beautiful temples, thick forests, remote islands, and even more. Traveling Southeast Asia's nations is like being thrown into a…

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10 Things to do in Georgetown, Penang.

10. Colonial Buildings Georgetown's history is both volatile and fascinating and resonates today with its colonial streets and heritage sites. The Portuguese first tried and failed to colonize Penang before the British came in to take over and finish the job, who first named it "Prince of Wales Island" with Georgetown as its capital. Whilst…

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