Dapur Yongs is a decent option for a quick and cheap breakfast before hiking in the Kota Damansara Forest Reserve.
Pastel in Damansara Utama aims to serve hearty portions while still being affordable.
Yeast Boulangerie-Bistro brings a little bit of Paris to Kuala Lumpur.
Harum Manis just doesn’t stand out from any of the other dozens of places where you can get an ayam penyet.
Cheerfully brightening up a concrete overpass, the Rainbow Bridge at Elmina Valley Central Park is KL’s latest Instagram hotspot and the endpoint of a bonus hike you can do from the Bukit Denai Alam trail.
D’Italiane is a classy mall restaurant with lots of alcohol on offer for those who need something to forget the five hours of shopping they just did where everything fit terribly.
Thai food and dim sum, together at last.
If you choose to continue through this most difficult and least traversed section of the hiking trail, you may find that you literally cannot turn back if you change your mind
This is probably the part of the trail that made those muscles on the front of my thighs ache for three days afterwards
Bukit Kembara seems to be keenly aware of paltry human fitness and will bless you with flat, easy paths after strenuous climbs