Heads up! The ISS will be visible over KL (and Malaysia) this evening, beginning at about 8.21 PM, up until 8.25 PM. It moves rather quickly (at ~27000 km/h), so don’t miss it!
 
Where to look? The ISS will rise from the horizon in the NNW, and will set in the SE.
 
Basically, if the Sun rises from your right, that means you are facing North. Turn a little to the left and you will be facing NNW.
 
Here’s a link to a website that shows you a list of visible passes of the ISS for the next 10 days: http://buff.ly/1iMb4eN
 
You may also search for other locations on the website.
 
Enjoy!

The path of the ISS later today

The path of the ISS later today