25 January 2019 Dee Shuhaida

Best Venues to Throw a Birthday Party in Kuala Lumpur

With such huge numbers of beautiful event spaces in Kuala Lumpur, it is difficult to limit your decisions to just a single one - the one where you will celebrate your birthday this year. Fortunately, we've done the legwork for you and arranged a rundown of some of the best venues that can provide the optimal scene for your upcoming party. It is surely will be a real treat for everybody.

Continue reading to discover the ideal venues for your next birthday.

Read also: 12 Inexpensive Yet Cool Event Venue Ideas within Klang Valley

Kohei Winnie

kohei winnie, bangsar
Break out of the ordinary! Host your birthday party in this wonderful space enveloped by unique collectibles and vintage furniture, bringing an old English vibe to your birthday party. Its British Colonial-inspired wood furniture with a customizable layout will accommodate to your favored setting.

Location:
Lucky Garden, Bangsar
Capacity: up to 50 pax
Rate: from RM250 / hour


DOJO KL

dojo kl, bukit bintangHave your birthday this year surrounded with a desert garden in a solid wilderness, soak up with DOJO KL's lavish greenery decor and locally made wooden furniture. Tall windows all around give incredible natural lighting to take magnificent pictures amid the occasion without needing an expert photographer!

Location: Menara Amplewest, Bukit Bintang
Capacity: up to 100 pax
Rate: from RM6000 / day
 

No Black Tie

no black tie, bukit bintang

Step into the sleek, contemporary design of No Black Tie (NBT), highlighted by the perplexing balance of wood and glass in the dining area. This jazz club is intimate enough for a relaxing birthday dinner with a private live show courtesy of their skilled artists.

Location: 17, Jalan Nagasari & Jalan Mesui, Bukit Bintang
Capacity: up to 120 pax
Rate: from RM1500 / hour

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Kuala Lumpur Journal

kl journal, bukit bintang

Wow your guests on your upcoming birthday party in Kuala Lumpur Journal. It offers you with a beautiful terrace bar alongside a retractable rooftop which will empower your guests to enjoy over 2000sqft of greenery and natural air with a dazzling cocktail overseeing the city. 

Location: The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel, Bukit Bintang
Capacity: up to 100 pax
Rate: from RM 5000 / day

16 Tea House

16 tea house

If you're looking for a low-key venue where you can gather your closest friends and family then 16 Tea House could be the place - with a mouth-watering menu and a cozy space you can create new memories to last for the years to come. 

Location: Damansara Community Library, Damansara Heights
Capacity: up to 35 pax
Rate: from RM400 / day

Ampang Sapore

sapore, ampang

Will your guest be thrilled when you mention "Italian wine bar married with Spanish tapas" in your birthday invitation card? Delight your guests with great Italian and Spanish dishes here at Sapore, a hidden jewel in Ampang. You'll be guaranteed that each bite is exquisite and fulfilling and each beverage is intoxicating.

Location: Persiaran Ampang, Desa Pahlawan, 55000 Kuala Lumpur
Capacity: up to 50 pax
Rate: RM5000 / day

Feel free to book any of these astonishing venues with us before someone beats you to the punch. If you didn't quite find what you were looking for browse the rest of our Kuala Lumpur event spaces or contact our Space Expert Nefissa at nefissa@flyspaces.com and she'll help you out!
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Tags: Kuala Lumpur, Coworking Space, event planning, flexible workspaces, Venue Event, Flexible Office Space, birthday party, party venue

Dee Shuhaida

Dayang, also known as Dee, is the Marketing Coordinator in Malaysia for FlySpaces. She loves to travel, meet new people, read anything she can get her hands on, and is constantly expanding her knowledge of digital marketing so she can be part of sparking innovation in Southeast Asia.

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