What’s the biggest buzz in Kuala Lumpur? Bar Trigona—named after the native Malaysian bee that brews the best honey, and brimming with notes, scents and memories from all over the country—is opening with a hand-crafted drinks menu that has us flying high. “Every cocktail has a story,” says award-winning head bartender Ashish Sharma. “I feel a strong responsibility to deliver unique, unexpected beverages incorporating sustainable, local ingredients.”
Mixing it up at Bar Trigona.
KLCC Park besides Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur.
Find this considered approach, full of flavor and flair, innovation and tradition, in all six of the eateries and lounges in the all-new Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur. This gastronome’s haven in KLCC serves up globetrotting offerings for every palate, including Western, Arabic, pan-Asian… and, at Yun House, top-flight Cantonese from veteran Hong Kong chef Jimmy Wong. Culinary traditions fortified by the highest quality ingredients and artisanal presentations in a modern setting? Yun House is primed to be the most coveted Chinese table in town.
Chef Jimmy Wong.
Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s general manager Tom Roelens believes in pushing boundaries and setting a new bar “not by doing things differently, but by doing different things.” In Kuala Lumpur, he says, “there’s a new vibrancy”—and we say it starts with those busy bees at Trigona, and infuses every epicurean experience in the hotel. Skyline views have never tasted so sweet.
Double Room Park View.
Exterior of Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur.
Decadent Mall Outlet.
Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur experiece.