Landscape architect Ng Sek San initially acquired the two houses in the chic Bangsar Baru neighborhood to serve as a warehouse for his personal art collection. He has since transformed the space again, creating seven unique guestrooms and converting the two-level renovated bungalow into a small inn. The house is decorated with original works from local artists, recycled doors, exposed brick, and lamps made from plastic bottles, tin cans, and milk cartons. Make an appointment
to visit the art gallery, lie out by the pool with the two resident rescue dogs, spend time wandering down the streets filled with funky galleries and boutiques, or jump on the train for a short ride to downtown KL.