Take in the historical sights and great eats in a township with deep cultural roots.
Places of Interest
Church of St. Joseph
Established in 1908, the church began as a humble chapel two years prior. Originally dedicated to St. Anne, it was eventually rededicated to St. Joseph as a symbol of the dignity of the railway workers in the area.
Ban Siew Teng Temple
Built in 1935, this Buddhist temple is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, Guan Yin. Worshippers will find numerous idols residing at the temple, with celebrations scheduled for Guan Yin's birthdays.
Athieeswaran Temple is the first Sivan temple in Malaysia. Its late founder Dr. Viswalingam led a group of Saivite followers to build it in 1937.
Lau Heong Seafood
A must-eat in Sentul, Lau Heong opened its doors in 1973 and boasts an impressive 'dai chow' menu. Signature dishes include claypot catfish and steamed stingray.
Ban Lee Bak Kut Teh
One of the few places that opens day and night to cater to bak kut teh cravings at any hour. Ban Lee has stayed true to its method of cooking in claypot over charcoal fire.
Three Little Birds
A cosy refuge at d7, Sentul for a caffeine fix brewed by the connoisseurs behind Artisan Roast. Coffee lovers can also pair their drinks with some light bites and sweet treats.
The Sentul Masterplan
sentul depot is part of a long-term restoration plan by ytl land
about ytl land
Designed by masters, built as masterpieces
YTL Land has an illustrious track record of creating some of Malaysia’s most uniquely conceptualised communities. As a leader in sustainability practices, YTL Land incorporates green designs into the engineering and architecture of its developments, promotes environmental renewal and cultivates sustainable ideas and habits within its communities.