Choosing the right place to host an event can play a major part in making it a success. While the waves of cafés are continuing to tide high in the Klang Valley, it has become popular venue choices for many events like birthdays, weddings, product launching, and workshops.

We decided to compile a list of beautiful cafés for you to organise your next event. You’re welcome, by the way 🙂 :

For the cozy bunch (20 – 30 people):

Parque Café Kota Kemuning

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Built by EcoWorld at their showroom in the EcoWorld Gallery in Kota Kemuning, this charming little glasshouse pop up café is inspired by a Jay Chou music video – which makes it even more appealing! The inside of Parque Café Kota Kemuning can fit around 20 people and it has a beautiful giant gazebo behind it that is absolutely Instagram-worthy. Located at the far end of Kota Kemuning, this place will be the perfect spot for intimate birthday parties or gatherings for those who are willing to drive that extra mile (and you don’t have to worry about parking either). You can also check out their sister café – Palladium Café, which is in Kuala Lumpur.

Parque Café Kota Kemuning is located at Persiaran Eco Sanctuary, Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor, 42500.

For more information, you can visit Parque Café Kota Kemuning’s Facebook page.

Nanako Studio Café

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With the management being in the event industry, Nanako Studio Café welcomes all events to be held at their space and is fully equipped in catering to all your party needs – regardless of whether it’s a corporate networking event or even a baby shower! The café provides services such as themed decorations, photo booth and photography services, food catering, and they also serve a great selection of coffee and drinks.

Nanako Studio Café is located at C-1-01, Street Mall One South, Jalan OS, Seksyen 6, Taman Serdang Perdana, 43000 Seri Kembangan.

For more information, you can visit Nanako Studio Café’s Facebook page.

For the social crew (40 – 50 people):


Sudo Brew

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Exposed bricks and broken cement are the 2 elements of a hipster looking café, that’s why we are happy to feature Sudo Brew, which has both style and substance. As an event space, this small looking café can actually fit up to 50 people! You don’t have to worry about time either when you can have your event round the clock here as they are open 24 hours. Yes, this is Klang Valley’s first cafe event space that’s open 24/7.

Sudo Brew is located at 7, Jalan SS 22/11, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

For more information, you can visit Sudo Brew’s Facebook page.


Source: Time Out KL

Located right next to Main Place mall in USJ, AMPM is a cosy neighbourhood café where residents of USJ and Putra Heights go for coffee and cakes. Occupying 3 floors, AM/PM Cafe Subang has 2 whole floors that are suitable for functions. The 1st floor seats up to 50 people and is set within a cafe setting, which makes it a suitable event venue for birthday parties or meet-ups with friends. The 2nd floor at AMPM Cafe Subang would be suitable for workshops, business presentations, training sessions, or a mini theatre.

AMPM Cafe is located at 11A, Jalan USJ21/5, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

For more information, you can visit AMPM Cafe’s Facebook page.

For the party crowd (50 – 100 people):

The Bee Publika

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Those who love live music and open-mic nights are no strangers to this café. The Bee has been organising a variety of events from international artiste performances to product launching to wedding luncheons. With its hippy atmosphere and retro interior, it looks like the type of hidden joints that only those who are in-the-know would hang out at. Not only does The Bee have great catering choices, they’ve also got a stage and sound system, making it the ideal place for events! A karaoke night maybe? 😉 Note: There is another outlet in Jaya One as well.

The Bee is located at 32B Level G2, Publika, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, 46200, Kuala Lumpur.

For more information, you can visit The Bee’s website or Facebook page.

Bean Brothers Coffee Malaysia

Source: Eat Drink KL

If you are into the South Korean café culture scene, you must have heard of Bean Brothers! Yes, from Seoul to Kuala Lumpur, Bean Brothers has a Malaysian outlet nicely tucked in a factory lot in Sunway Damansara. It is an extremely spacious café with a rustic industrial warehouse look – your event will definitely be an Instagram-worthy affair. Famed for their good coffee and good looking waiters, it’s easy to see why it is becoming one of the must go cafés in the Klang Valley. Although parking is free, it won’t be easy finding this place without the GPS. So if you are planning your event here, make sure to ask for clear directions.

Bean Brothers Coffee Malaysia is located at Jalan PJU 3/50, Sunway Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

For more information, you can visit Bean Brothers Coffee Malaysia’s Facebook page.

BEAM Café  

Source: Time Out KL

Kopi-O satu? This café is probably the only café that encourages their customers to try the iconic Malaysian drink. Much like Bean Brothers, BEAM, short for Bean Expedition at Manufactory, also has strong industrial warehouse vibes. This 2-floored café has been used for mini concerts and Astro has also used it in several video shoots. Did we mention that their curry puffs are also to die for? Catering here will definitely be a crowd pleaser as they have a variety of tasty local kuihs to choose from.

BEAM Café is located at 25 Jalan Gangsa SD5/3B, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur.

For more information, you can visit BEAM Café’s Facebook page.

Got any personal favourites that you think should be on the list? Feel free to share with us your opinions in the comment box below! 🙂

Sources: Eat Drink KL, Time Out KL, Venuerific.

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