Best Places to Workout in Kuala Lumpur


When booking your next workout, consider the studios below – all of which boast luxe amenities, eye-catching designs, and motivating instructors.

Kuala Lumpur may not be considered as the capital of wellness, but this city still has the best places to workout and sweat. Over the years, a whole crop of uber-polished fitness and wellness centres have popped up in the city, so why not kick-start your workout routine at a place that promotes a healthier body and mind-set.  Between gyms with luxe amenities and instructors with thousands of followers on Instagram, there is something for everyone, including your favourite local celebrities. We’ve gathered inventive spaces that will boost heart rates, realign bodies, perk up dormant muscles, and boost spirits for your next workout.

Here are the best places to workout in Kuala Lumpur this year.

Journey Indoor Cycling Studio

If you’ve previously baulked at the idea of going indoor cycling, then it’s time to reconsider as this is one of the best places to workout this year. In a 45-minute class, you’ll experience what exactly it means to rhythm cycle – where one can pay better attention to the beats of each track. From beginner-mandatory classes to themed sessions, there will be a class tailored for everyone at Journey Indoor Cycling Studio. You’ll learn to let go of inhibitions and release stress all at the same time with spin.

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Sculpt Club

Sticking to an interior scheme of white walls against walnut-coloured flooring, Sculpt Club in Hartamas sets is an elevated, chic workout destination. This is a studio that truly delivers on all fronts, from aesthetic to exercise. Offering an extensive line-up of pilates-based classes from reformer to cadillac and mat, this place is on a mission to take your core stability to the next level.

Aloha Club


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Catering to all your health and wellness needs, Club Aloha brings you a combination of indoor cycling and strength and conditioning classes. Fitness goers can easily build a repertoire with instructors that they like, so much so that the gym has established a sizeable community of its own.

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Urban Springs Pilates

With classes built around three fitness pillars of movement, strength and conditioning, this personalised, boutique approach is rolled out across the entire business. Boasting a range of fitness classes, from reformer pilates to hot pilates and  barre, there’s something for every seasoned pro and novice fitness enthusiasts at Urban Springs Pilates. Feeling the burn never looked so good!

The Flow Studio


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With chic and minimalist interiors, The Flow Studio is your one-stop fitness spot for yoga, hot pilates, and reformer pilates. Set up to feature a light-filled studio, the interior has an immediately zen effect – which is all you could you ask for, really when you need to reset, recharge, and refuel.

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The world of indoor cycling and strengthening might once have felt intimidating, but there’s nothing empowering than a good workout at PWRHOUSE. To renounce the common misconceptions of the high-intensity workout forms, the studio champions acceptance and joy, to make each class about your personal goal, rather than keeping up with your neighbour beside you.

Tribe Boxing Studio


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Tribe’s boxing studio is another regular workout go-to if you’re looking to feel exhausted and exhilarated. While the space has an edgier, more industrial feel, it still echoes a luxurious feel. You can get the fittest bodies by powering your silhouette-sculpting powers with their boxing classes. Trust us, you’ll firm up your core and muscles after a hook, a jab, and a cross.

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A lover of steamy romance books and all things green, Syameen Salehaldin is the Senior Content Producer for Harper's BAZAAR Malaysia. She spends most of her time immersed in books, and food and doing anything that makes her happy. Expect to see her diving into lifestyle, fashion and beauty trends on this platform.