The concept of Dialogue in the Dark is simple, visitors are lead by blind guides in groups through specially constructed dark rooms in which scent, sound, wind, temperature and texture convey the characteristics of daily environments – for example a park, a city, a boat cruise or a bar. The daily routines become a new experience.

A reversal of roles is created: people who can see are taken out of their familiar environment. Blind people provide them with security and a sense of orientation by transmitting to them a world without pictures. The tour itself lasts 45 minutes but the effects can last a lifetime.

The concept has been proved quite effective. Over the last twenty years Dialogue in the Dark has been presented in more than 30 countries and 130 cities throughout the world since its opening in 1988. More than 10 million visitors worldwide have experienced Dialogue in the Dark and thousands of blind guides and trainers have found employment through Dialogue in the Dark.


Meet The Team

Stevens Chan Founder, CEO

Mohd Shafiri Call Agent Coordinator

Kaye Senior Project Director

Lynn Foo Project Manager

Nur Hana Guide Coordinator

Anis Nabilah Guide Trainer

Michael Yin IT

Jason Wong Guide Facilitator

Ongoing and Upcoming Projects & Events

  • Improves active listening and communications.

    Lyra Celeste, Head; Personal Transformation and Leadership Excellence, Maybank

  • One-of-a-kind. This workshop helps not only professionally but personally as well.

    Yip CheeYeong, CFO, Microsoft Malaysia

  • Getting visually impaired facilitators to help is very impressive

    Patrick Er, Head of Retail, DIGI

  • One of the best previews, purely because it was experiential in nature.

    Maurice Ooi, Senior Manager, CIMB

  • I love this workshop. It really gave me a new perspective in life as well as for my future.

    Mohd Hafizudin Mohd Azhar, Event Executive, Selangor Tourism Sdn Bhd