Situated unassumingly above a row of traditional shophouses in the ever-bustling Petaling Street in Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, Moontree House Café is both a coffee shop and bookstore rolled into one charming albeit simple package.
Feminism Is The Word
At Moontree House Café, feminism is the way of life.
The café’s clientele is a select crowd — with a bulk of it consisting both intellectuals and hipsters alike. The books on sale here are mostly related to gender studies in both Mandarin and English. Also, apart from the books and coffee, the café has stocks of adorable handmade paraphernalia including dolls, accessories, bags, and cards for sale — all of their products were created by local female artists.
Within the walls of Moontree, you’ll find that the experience isn’t like your typical café affair. Instead, the café is more akin to a friendly and intimate space rather than a public coffee shop.
And on movie nights, you will get the chance to catch some feminist-oriented moves as you sip on your cup of joe. Afterwards, you’ll also be able to participate in debates and discussions about the movie you’ve just watched.
Address: No.6, 1st Floor, Jalan Panggong, 50000 Kuala Lumpur