For our June issue, the Time Out KL team went about town sipping cups of espresso to bring you eight new and established cafés leading the coffee revolution in KL. These are the places that make the best coffee, and we tell you why you should be visiting them right now.
If you missed out on our May weddings issue, we've got all the details you need to plan your wedding (or someone else’s) with our handy online guide – venues, cakes, photography and even dresses. Keep checking back as we'll be updating the list until the end of the month.
Malaysia has ranked rather poorly in a just-released racial tolerance chart that involves about 80 countries around the globe. Surrounding Asian countries like Indonesia and Philippines also charted worrying scores. Meanwhile North and South America ranked the most 'racially tolerant' followed closely by the United Kingdom.
Selamat Hari Guru! It's Teachers' Day today, so this morning we asked you to take a trip down memory lane and tweet us a favourite memory of your primary school teacher – good or bad. We’ve all been beaten by a ruler on the wrist or had a teacher drop us home when sick, but here are a few funny anecdotes from our readers on Twitter.
The return of the PJ Laugh Fest may be grabbing all the headlines, but here are a few other theatre productions and comedies you can catch this performance-heavy week. Make sure to buy tickets in advance to guarantee a seat (and a good one at that).
As you know, our May issue is also our very first weddings issue – a practical guide to weddings in Malaysia, if you must. Once again, the good guys at BFM89.9 invited us over for a fun chat about... weddings. Locations, cakes, pre-wedding photos – have a listen to what went into the making of our May issue.