A long-time champion of the character, culture, and communities of Kuala Lumpur, for its 16th year, Urbanscapes invites all to #REIMAGINEKL through accessible arts, ideas, experiences and music that will take place in the historic core of Kuala Lumpur, stretching from Medan Pasar to Petaling Street.
• KHALID • WOLF ALICE • BODEGA • SE SO NEON • PHUM VIPHURIT • MIDNIGHT FUSIC • BIL MUSA •
• IMMERSIO 2.0 BY FILAMEN FEATURING SOFIA HARON, EEE LAB AND SYED MUHAMMAD • AVAI BY SAISHOGEN • PAINT THE LIGHT BY CERVELLO • KUALA HIJAU BY BIJI-BIJI INITIATIVE • ARUS BY BONO STELLAR • DANCING IN PLACE BY MYDANCE ALLIANCE • #REIMAGINEUS VISUAL ART EXHIBITION BY TITIKMERAH COLLECTIVE, JEROME KUGAN, LINA TAN, SARAH ALMEERA + TALHA KK, THE SLIZ • LIVE WIRE BY FAIRUZ SULAIMAN • R!UH BY @RIUHINTHECITY • WARUNG PANGGUNG BY MUKA SPACE AND MALAYSIAN PUPPETRY ASSOCIATION • PESTA LORONG HANG KASTURI WITH THINKCITY • THE ZHONGSHAN BUILDING WEEKENDER BY OUR ARTPROJECTS •
more to be announced soon!
Malay, English, Mandarin
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Nationals of the Republic of China, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cuba, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, North Korea, Nepal, Myanmar, Taiwan, Vietnam and all Certificate of Identity (CI) holders must obtain a visa before entering Malaysia.
Citizens of nations other than those stated above (except Serbia Montenegro and Israel) are allowed to enter Malaysia for a Social and Business visit not exceeding one month without having a Visa.
A visitor intending to visit any part of Malaysia is required to be in possession of only one visa to travel direct from one part of the nation to another.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport