3 Must-Visit Cat Cafes in Malaysia

By Hishama Hashim | 13, Feb, 2018
3 Must-Visit Cat Cafes in Malaysia

If you’re a cat person (and really, who isn’t?!), you’d agree with us when we say that there's no better way to relax and unwind after a long stressful day at the office, or an exhausting day in class, than with a cute little furry friend. Agreed? ;)

Popping up all over the country, these adorable pet cafés in Malaysia will come to the rescue when you’re in the need of some furry therapy. And not only do these cat cafés allow you to play around with some furry friends, but they also allow you to bring your own if you have one! This means you get to enjoy a delicious lunch with your pet right there with you! How fun!
Cat lovers all over the country are heading to these popular pet cafés in Malaysia. Here’s our list of must-visit cat cafés in Malaysia offering a great combo of both cute animals and great food!

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1. Purradise Cat Cafe

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First up on our list of cat cafés in Malaysia, is a place where eating healthy is taken seriously. Not just for human visitors, but for the resident cats, too! Purradise Cat Café truly lives up to its name, a paradise for cats and cat lovers, this café not only lets you relax and play with the cats, but if you fall in love with one, you can take it home with you! Aiming to improve animal welfare, Purradise Cat Café fosters rescue cats and looks after them until they find their ‘furrever’ homes.
Head on down to Purradise Cat Café and meet the ‘kittizens’ of Purradise - around 20 adorable felines with the cutest names - play with them, and watch them as they freely wander around the café while you enjoy your yummy meal and free drink, and even consider adopting one!
Address: No. 24A (First Floor), Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays
Tuesday - Saturday: 2pm to 10pm
Sunday: 11am to 7pm
Price Range: RM18 per person for the first hour (comes with a free drink), and RM4 per person for every 15 minutes after that.
Contact: +603 2389 0976
Website: https://purradise.my

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2. Kopicat Café

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Previously known as Coffee Cottage, Kopicat Café is another café generally filled with cat lovers looking to have a pawsome time and a cuddle session with some friendly rescues. Home to numerous cats that have been rescued, Kopicat Café offers diners more reasons than one to visit it just for the ‘kopi’. The café also has a separate special area for visitors to interact with the kitties, unlike most other pet cafés in Malaysia, so once you’re done snacking, you can head to the interactivity room for some one-on-one time with the cute fur balls.

Address: Lot 1.1, First Floor, Jalan SS15/8A, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Daily, 11am to 10pm
Price Range: RM 8 upwards
Contact: +60 3-5613 0078
Website: www.facebook.com/pg/Kopicatss15



3. Good Meowning Café
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Good Meowning Café is probably the most affordable pet café on this list. Entry to play with their resident kitty cats only costs 6 RM per person! Good Meowning Café is a feline lover’s dream and is the perfect place to de-stress and get in some fun furry therapy. The friendly owner will also be more than happy to introduce you to all of the resident cats - he’ll tell you all about them, cute names, breeds, personalities, and more! In addition to that, the café also boasts a menu filled with authentic Malaysian dishes, which are not only delicious but also extremely easy on the wallet.
Address: No 1, Jln Suasana 2/7A, Bdr Tun Hussein Onn, Cheras, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am to 10pm
Closed on Mondays
Price Range: RM 6 upwards
Contact: +60 3-9082 2111

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Hishama is a Lankan born, ex-Dubai-an who enjoys all things travel. When she's not at her day job as an Online Marketing Specialist, you will find her hanging out with friends at one of the city's newest cafés, reading a Jodi Picoult novel, Netflix-ing pretty much anything, obsessing over broadway, or just dreaming of her next big adventure abroad that she wishes she could afford.

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