Written by: Marissa
In mid 2018, DBKL (Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur) decided to transform the once dirty back lanes and side lanes of the famous Bukit Bintang & Jalan Alor area into works of art. Over the weekend, my friends and I decided to take a look and be a tourist in our own city. As we were walking to find the entrance, I noticed there were no sign boards to show the way. Perhaps we got lucky and managed to find an owl painting while walking along Jalan Alor.
We entered the lane next to the owl painting and the first thing we saw was the water stream and rainforest murals with puffy clouds hanging on top.
Walking ahead and turning to the right, we came across a child blowing bubbles mural.
A turn to the left brought us to a mural of someone holding a peace sign.
More alleys covered with street arts and we goofed around..
There’s more to it but seems like we missed it as it was harder to find our way at night. All in all, I thought it was a splendid thing to do in KL over the weekends and of course, for free! One thing for sure, it is definitely Instagram-worthy!
How to get there:
Train: Bukit Bintang MRT Station
Drive: Park at Sg Wang or any Jalan Alor parkings
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