kuala lumpur

While Malaysia is moving quickly towards its Industry 4.0 aspirations, agriculture remains vital, contributing RM89.5 billion to the country’s economy in 2016. This was on full display...
Sixteen years ago, the Urbanscapes Festival debuted at a now defunct venue in the city centre. The start may have been small but today the Festival is a much-loved and anticipated event in Kuala Lumpur’s (KL) annual calendar, due to its all-embracing philosophy on the creative arts.
Once a rough and ready hippy phenomenon, music festivals are now a multibillion-dollar business. Tickets for Coachella 2017’s 250,000 attendees sold out within hours, with a final gross of US$114
Centuries of travel, trade and cultural exchange from India left a strong mark on Southeast Asia, In Malaysia, hybridised versions of vernacular designs that took on Indianate influences can be seen