We all know that Brickfields is a melting pot of different cultures, but how much do we actually know about the customs and religious practices that take place in this diverse neighbourhood?
The people behind Projek Rumah Ibadat Kita, a non-profit mapping project, have curated a tour of Brickfields which is open to the public this Sunday 14 October. There will be two tours, which will explore places of worship in the area as well as include cultural performances and food tastings. The tours, which last two to three hours, give insights into the history and culture of Brickfields in both English and BM.
This event will also mark the launch of Projek Rumah Ibadat Kita’s photo and video exhibition, created by a group of young Malaysians who have researched the area for the last three months.
For more information and to register for a place on the tour, visit the Have a Holy-Day Facebook page.