A relaxing get-away in the suburbs of Bangsar, Sekeping Tenggiri is a surprising mix of art and garden taste. The ambiance of country living is immediately visible in the vine-covered screen marking the patio entrance. The feelings become more pronounced as you enter the enclosed courtyard, with virulent greenery and carefully cultivated shrubs surround a pool and add a sense of privacy to the individual lawn chair settings.
The seven guest rooms, along with a communal kitchen, add a cultural touch to the Bangsar experience. Each room has its unique appeal, from the whimsical to breath-taking views.
A less known aspect of this charming boutique is that it had once been an art warehouse, harboring the Ng Seksan collection. A secret gallery hides between two of the hotel’s guest rooms. The gallery contains a collection of Bangsar’s finest young artists. An appointment will allow you to rummage through this private collection, which will astonish you with the bold craftsmanship, depth, and fluid harmony of experimental art.