Trip Plan Details
- Petaling StreetPetaling Street, Kuala Lumpur 50000 Malaysiarecommended Petaling StreetPetaling Street is one of the cool night markets that you can go. Central Market is nearby. If you are into arts and crafts, and cheap stuff, this is the place to go. Need to take care though, there ... read moreare a lot of pickpockets here..Comment.7 months ago. Report
- BrickfieldsBrickfields, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysiarecommended BrickfieldsThe environs of Brickfields, also known as KL's "Little India" is the country's epicentre for the subcontinetal culture that makes up one-third of Malaysia's unique societal melange (along with the ... read moreChinese and Malays). Here, amongst gold-bangle sellers and countless sari shops, there are great opportunities for wandering, and even more for delicious cheap-and-dirty eats, with some of the best Indian food this side of Delhi.Matthew Crompton
Great Indian food here. Good luck! =)
- Bukit BintangBukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysiarecommended Bukit BintangA great spot for bar-hopping, shopping, and dining out, the Bukit Bintang neighborhood might be tourist-saturated, but it's also part of the neat cosmopolitan landscape that is modern Kuala Lumpur. ... read moreBest at night.Recommended for:Nightlife LoversMatthew Crompton
Also recommend this area at night.
recommended Kuala LumpurThe prosperous, gritty, diverse heart of Malaysia, KL is a place that virtually everyone ends up (Thanks, Air Asia!) at one time or another. Still, though it lacks the blockbuster sights of Bangkok or ... read moreBeijing, the fine, big-city blend of Malay, Chinese. and Indian cultures (and food!) make this a rewarding place to pass a couple of days. Like many other SE Asia cities, it's also a shopping and partying mecca, though such pursuits, as anywhere, quickly take a toll on the wallet.Matthew Crompton
Check out Chinatown at night for lots of night markets and street eats.
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u are actually staying within the shopping area - Lot 10 / Pavallion / Sg Wang Plaza / KL Plaza / Starhill / Berjaya Time Sq...all these shopping complex is within walking distance. As for KLCC... slight further.
3 top popular nite/day market.....u can go to china town (local ppl call Petaling Street) or Chow Kit Road (also quite interesting - a lot of malay food) or Brickfield (indian community)
If you want to try local food - tourist will go jalan alor.....i would recommend you roam around the city ...along the small shop near your hotel....good n cheap......
for local product.........go Central Market.
You can reach all these places by using public transport (Free hop-in buses or the interlink MTR).