I am really excited to share with you guys about this new attraction at Petaling Street. It has been a famous tourist since its launch and opens too. I visit this attraction last two weekends, it definitely opens up my eyes during my visit. For those who love to take photos and post on social media, you will definitely enjoy yourself here.

Not only you are able to explore and learn more about Chinatown from other countries. You can meet Bruce Lee too during your visit! After exploring historical of Malaysia and China Town, you may experience their unique designed maze in the dark. With figures of famous celebrities flaunting you along the way, this attraction will provide wonderful opportunities for a photo op, or simply a selfie.

Lost in Chinatown

Adult RM 15 | Kids RM 8

Maze in the Dark RM 10

I love their ticket counter which is in a vintage box and surrounds with the pictures of artist and comic figures.

Must visit spot!

Wishing Well

A trishaw that is actually working. Both of us get so excited when my hubby actually pulls the trishaw up and pose for pictures!

Some of the Chinese traditional word and clothing.

Bruce Lee in the house yo!

My surname Lee is one of the famous surnames at China.

Rafflesia, the biggest blooming flower in the world can be found at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Tourist hot spot to visit when you are in Kuala Lumpur. Although I been staying KL for the past 26 years, there's a lot of places I still have not thoroughly explored yet in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur Tower and Petronas Twin Tower are one of the tallest building in Malaysia. Whenever I see KLCC from far, I always feel proud of being Malaysian.

Not only that in Malaysia, you will always hear some weird ass word whenever you are in the night market, even when you are just walking around Kl Street! Check it out and learn some when you visit Lost in China Town.

Some of the Sabah/Sarawak culture that we always miss out. Not only Kuala Lumpur is a nice place to visit, but at Sabah and Sarawak, there's a lot of nature view and culture you can explore when you visit Malaysia.

Food is always the best when you are here in Malaysia! There's the reason why I grow horizontally by time to time.

Next stop, time to visit Maze in Dark!

Not forget to take a picture here with the massive pictures with movie characters and artist.

We have a mission on hand! We are given one mission card each and we have to find the number of the painting inside the maze according to the pictures on the mission card.

I didn't take many pictures inside the maze because it was so dark! We have to open up our handphone torchlight to find the correct canvas painting on the wall of maze base on our mission card. The maze is pretty scary though, which I can't stop holding my hubby hand whenever we are exploring inside. The maze is quite tricky when you explore, there's a lot of hidden corners that you have to search and shine your way through. 

Overall experience visit to Lost in China Town was a rating of 3.5/5. The Lost in China Town was really a good experience especially for those who are new in Malaysia, especially for tourist. As a Malaysian, you can also visit here to reminisce about the historical place in Malaysia and learn more about Chinatown from other countries too! Maze in the Dark is pretty cool and mystery to explore! 

Check out their promo video about Lost in China Town.

Lost in China Town
Lost In Chinatown, 22, 
Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 
50000 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +60 16-291 3357
Email: lostinchinatownkualalumpur@gmail.com
Open Daily: 10:00am till 8:00pm

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  1. Nice place and photo. Never know about this. I had to go over weekend with my kids. Looks awesome

  2. wow.. ini rupanya Lost In China Town.. Rasa nak pergi jugak lah nanti.. boleh bergambar dengan photo Bruce Lee.. yeaaay!

  3. Woah. Seems fun! Definitely insta-worthy lol.

  4. Such a nice place! I never went to china town before. Will visit one day!

  5. That’s quick a interesting article. I hope you had fun while writing this article….Wanted to ask if you click your own blog pics? They do look fair enough

  6. Lolx the video is funny hehe! But the art gallery seems like a cool and neat place to visit with the family hehe

    1. Yes really nice and interesting place to visit =)

  7. Lost in Chinatown.. Hope you got your way back home... lolz
    This place seems very cool! wanna visit too!!


  8. This kind of attraction is a nice way to learn the chinese culture and understand the way of life. This is cool! Brucee Lee is epic :)

  9. Heard about this but never been there. Now I know what I can see there. Thanks.

  10. Wow new attraction place in KL. Will come here when I reach KL. I love to explore new place like this.

  11. This is the kind of place that I would like to go. However, I find that it is a little pricey, especially when we come as a family. I wonder if foreigners will be charged higher? Plan to come with a friend who is not a Malaysian.

  12. seems like a pretty interesting place.. will check it out when I have the time.. thanks

  13. I don't know about this place until I read your post. Thanks for sharing dear.

  14. The maze looks so fun! I wanna play also hahaha didn't know got such thing eh, I think my friend will love it haha

  15. Hahaha. I love the Maze part. I am gonna visit it on 2nd Nov <3