Malaysia is known for its food. But with the blossoming of the cafe industry, it's about to be known for their quaint places, too. And did we mention that these spots don't only have delectable selections for your caffeine fix but also interiors that are to die for? Ahead, the spots you need to visit in Kuala Lumpur if you're hankering for a shot... of caffeine and one from a camera.
Nestled on a small street just beyond Chinatown is a little oasis where you can kick back and enjoy a great meal amidst lush greens with a little old-world flair. The interior here focuses on preserving the beauty of colonial buildings and enhancing the nuances rather than replacing it with something sleek and modern.
Pulp by Papa Palheta
A prominent fixture in the Malaysian coffee scene, Pulp is the go-to cafe if you need a shot to brighten up your disposition. In addition to great coffee, this cafe features a minimal yet rustic look with clean lines and wooden furniture. Flaunt a more extravagant #OOTD and be sure to stand out against their stone façade and muted green surroundings.