A cultural melting pot in South East Asia, Kuala Lumpur takes pride in being an Islamic nation with a multi-cultural society consisting of the Muslim Bumiputeras, the Chinese, the Indians, and the other indigenous races. English is widely spoken in major cities, making it an attractive destination for business and leisure.The capital, Kuala Lumpur has plenty to offer when it comes to modern amenities, mouth-watering food from hawker stalls to high-end restaurants, shopping from cheap and chic fashion, to luxury brands, and lots of natural greenery, islands, caves, and mountains to explore.
As the city continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are gradually opening up albeit cautiously with social distancing measures in place. There’s no better time than the present to support local businesses and explore what KL has to offer. Little Steps gives you and your family some ideas on where to eat, shop, and play during this challenging period.
For those avoiding dining out, not to worry as most restaurants have jumped on the delivery bandwagon. Thanks to food platforms like FoodPanda and Grabfood, you can indulge in your favorite menu at the click of a button. Most restaurants, cafes, hawker stalls and home cooks are also offering delicious fare you can order online from their websites such as Upperhouse Kitchen and Dessert Bar and The Big Group, or order direct from home cooks and food business owners on Facebook groups like MY Food Directory & Delivery C19. Moms in need of organic baby food, head online to Kait Lifestyle Store while balanced, healthy set meals made just for kids can be ordered from Abang Brian’s Cafe.
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As children are currently being discouraged from heading out to the malls, moms and dads can find most things for them online. From food to arts and crafts, toys, books, clothes, and just about anything that'll tickle your little one's fancy, there are plenty of great tools and kits to be found online. The downside to it, however, are the delivery dates which may vary according to a retailer, so patience is needed when it comes to waiting for your parcel to arrive. The Batik Boutique offers a number of fun gifts for kids such as the Batik Kit for easy batik painting at home, Kids Baking Set, and unique board games like the Malaysia Memory Game. At Spotlight, find cool card games, puzzles, and sewing, painting, and craft activity kits. For activity books, reading material, puzzles, and stationery, check out Popular, BookXcess, or CzipLee. For toys, Toys R Us and Hamleys online stores should stock most items that a kid would want. And if you still can't find what you're after, turn to Lazada or Shopee to find exactly what you need.
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Most public attractions are closed at the moment due to the pandemic, but some like the Taman Tugu trail has reopened, with safety measures in place. If you prefer to have everyone stay in, take a peek at the underwater critters online and watch shark and fish feeding on Aquaria KLCC's YouTube channel. For art & craft ideas, visit LinDees Playland Facebook page where they've shared fun videos on baking or Art Genius's YouTube channel for fun arts & craft tutorials for junior to try at home.
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