Lim Renyi

Lim Renyi

Lim Renyi is a freelance journalist based in Kuala Lumpur with nine years' experience in Malaysia's media industry. She graduated from Cardiff University with a BA in English Literature, and spent three years as Marie Claire Malaysia's Deputy Features Editor before becoming an editorial contributor to local and international publications including Robb Report Malaysia, The Peak Malaysia, L'Officiel Malaysia, and Asia Times. Her previous interview subjects include Kate Winslet, Dita von Teese, Pharrell Williams, and Michael Kors.

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Johor Bahru: Why the Malaysian city – a bridge away from Singapore – will make the ideal weekend escape when the coronavirus pandemic is over

Straddling the Lion City’s border, Malaysia’s boisterous southernmost city may be a popular weekend party escape – but rewards a longer stay

10 Apr 2020 - 5:28AM

Straddling the Lion City’s border, Malaysia’s boisterous southernmost city may be a popular weekend party escape – but rewards a longer stay

Johor Bahru: Why the Malaysian city – a bridge away from Singapore – will make the ideal weekend escape when the coronavirus pandemic is over
5 Kuala Lumpur speakeasies that make the most creative cocktails in town

KL’s mixology scene is awash with originality, from The Deceased bar’s celebration of the macabre, to the organic simplicity of Botak Liquor

17 Jun 2019 - 2:00PM

KL’s mixology scene is awash with originality, from The Deceased bar’s celebration of the macabre, to the organic simplicity of Botak Liquor

5 Kuala Lumpur speakeasies that make the most creative cocktails in town
What it’s like to dine at Dewakan: the first and only Malaysian restaurant on ‘Asia’s 50 Best’ list

Chef Darren Teoh and his team’s acclaimed dishes using ‘God’s bounty’ – produce from the nation’s farms, seas, mountains and jungles – are now being noticed

3 Apr 2019 - 12:30PM

Chef Darren Teoh and his team’s acclaimed dishes using ‘God’s bounty’ – produce from the nation’s farms, seas, mountains and jungles – are now being noticed

What it’s like to dine at Dewakan: the first and only Malaysian restaurant on ‘Asia’s 50 Best’ list