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Pedestrian Plaza
“Reachable with walking distant, near Alor street night market, is a must-visit combo place for traveller. ”
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Flea Market
“With more than 350 shops and kiosks in a bazaar-like concept, shoppers can relish Malaysian handicraft, batik, souvenirs, handicrafts and collectibles. With craft-making demonstrations, art paintings by local artists, culturalshows, traditional cuisines and snacks, there is always something memorable for visitors from all around the world to discover at Central Market Kuala Lumpur.' Btw, the ChinaTown also beside the distance walk from Central Market”
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Nabolag
“If you’re looking for a cheap shopping spot, look no further. Petaling Street is a vibrant night market that is one of the best places to see in Kuala Lumpur to satisfy all your shopping needs. From the smallest personal items to the biggest household ones, you’re sure to find everything here. Be aware that most of these might be fake products, but if you don’t mind that you’re in for a real treat.Moreover, these shops run till the wee hours of the morning, so you can probably head there at any time of the day, or night. There's a whole lot of street food too, the aroma of which wafts through the air and beckons while you shop nearby. Make sure to stop by for a bit or two. Location: Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Timings: 10:00 - 21:00 Entry fees: Free”
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Park
“The city center is one of the most famous parts of Kuala Lumpur and on the top of the to-do lists of many visitors. Within this 100-acre site, often referred to as a city within a city is the tallest twin building in the world, a beautiful park and a shopping mall. At 1, 483 feet (452 meters) above street level, Petronas Towers dominates the skyline for miles around. Head up to the Skybridge for spectacular views of the city. This walkway connects the two buildings and is the world's highest 2-story bridge. At the base of the colossal skyscraper is Suria KLCC, one of Malaysia's most prominent shopping malls. With hundreds of stores and six floors to explore, it is a shopper's paradise. For some quiet moments of relaxation, go over to KLCC Park, an attractive tropical landscape with lush green lawns, palm trees, footpaths, sculptures, a children's playground and a wading pool. The highlight of this expansive area is Lake Symphony. Within this large manmade body of water are fountains that can shoot sprays up to a height of 137 feet (42 meters). Enjoy the daily water shows, which take place at noon and in the evenings. At night, party into the small hours in the clubs and pubs near the fountain area and have a memorable day here ! ”
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Airport Terminal
“Station Code: SBK16 Pasar Seni (8 stops from MRT Taman Mutiara Barat) Pasar Seni (Central Market) is located at Jalan Hang Kasturi, a few minutes away from Petaling Street (Chinatown). It was founded in 1888 and originally used as a wet market, while the current building was completed in 1937. It has since been classified as a Heritage Site by the Malaysian Heritage Society and it is now a landmark for Malaysian culture and heritage. It is also strategically located within public transport facilities such as RapidKL LRT and bus services. Central Market has created a corner to display multi-ethnicity and the stalls are zoned based on the features of each race. The new zone therefore would consist of 3 lanes namely the Lorong Melayu, Straits Chinese and Lorong India. The purpose of this new zone is to let the visitors have an insight of the cultural difference of the various races in Malaysia. Attractions Around Kota Raya Shopping Complex is the biggest commercial centre closest. The Pasar Seni MRT Station is a mere a 10 minutes walk from the complex. Its surrounding area has the highest concentration of financial institutions and leading hotels. Several schools and learning institutions also surround the station. The KA02 Kuala Lumpur station which the KTM Komuter serves, is a 400 m walk away, connected by a pedestrian bridge crossing the Klang River. There are also bus hubs above this station that connects buses from Kuala Lumpur to Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Subang Jaya. The roads and areas surrounding this MRT station serve as important bus terminals. A mere 500 m away is Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown which is a haven for bargain hunters looking for clothes, bags souvenirs and much more. Food lovers will also be spoilt for choice with the various tasty dishes on offer. ”
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Kafé
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“A special restaurant serving fusion western food which is similar to the local taste. Special food such as rendang stir fry pasta, nasi lemak waffle, grilled salmon with green curry gravy and etc.”
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Cocktailbar
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“It’s a beautiful speakeasy and hidden bar in KL. Beautiful deco and great ambience.”
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Restaurant
“Blending elegantly themed interiors and a unique ambience, Arabesque aspires to be your choice for a fun filled family meal, a quiet romantic dinner, relaxing after work drinks and Meze or even some scrumptious takeaway. ”
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Route
“known as CHINA TOWN, street market as you see everywhere in south east asia, fake product and anything imaginable is available, must go around 6 pm to 2 am , not early since stalls still not there and it may be warm weather:) can try noodles and chinese food there.. also pork and alcohol available”
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Place to eat
“Petaling Street, the centre of Kuala Lumpur's original Chinatown, maintains much of its traditional atmosphere, particularly at night when vendors fan out their merchandise along the street.”
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Pedestrian Plaza
“Lively, colorful Chinatown is centered on Petaling Street, known for its fashion shops and a large covered market with produce, clothes and accessories. Local artists sell paintings and crafts at nearby Central Market, where stalls also dish up noodles and curry. ”
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Kafé
“Located in an old two-story shop-house on a corner of Chinatown, this rustic and charming cafe is a real gem that we randomly stumbled upon while strolling around in Chinatown. The cafe is the in-house cafe of the new heritage hostel named Mingle. If you love old buildings and a good cup of coffee, this is the place to be!”
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Place of worship
“Built in 1909, Jamek Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.”
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Transportation
“The focus for the city’s artistic community, Central Market is a Kuala Lumpur cultural landmark, just a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it was built in 1928 and used to be a simple wet market, until the early 1980s when it was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. Inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Divided into different zones, vendors’ stall zones are distinctive by race: the purpose of this zoning practice is to let visitors get an insight into the cultural differences of the various races in Malaysia. There is even a Malacca ‘Jonker Street’, an area of Central Market that looks like a typical Baba-Nyonya house with Peranakan-style furnishings and fixtures on sale. A way to describe Central Market is to say that it is like New York’s SoHo flea market – the merchandise here is cheap and comprises traditional goods such as batik, embroidery carvings, souvenirs, and sculptures. Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 Address: No. 10, 1st-3rd floor, Jalan Hang Kasturi”
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Temple
“Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is a temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, built by Yap Ah Loy's workers. The temple is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. ”
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Kafé
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“A great selection of fusion meals nestled in one of Chinatowns old refurbished buildings. Great setting for wine and dinner with friends with a unique twist to asian cuisine.”
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Kafé
“A special restaurant serving fusion western food which is similar to the local taste. Special food such as rendang stir fry pasta, nasi lemak waffle, grilled salmon with green curry gravy and etc.”
  • 22 lokalkjente anbefaler
Restaurant
“Blending elegantly themed interiors and a unique ambience, Arabesque aspires to be your choice for a fun filled family meal, a quiet romantic dinner, relaxing after work drinks and Meze or even some scrumptious takeaway. ”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Kafé
“A great selection of fusion meals nestled in one of Chinatowns old refurbished buildings. Great setting for wine and dinner with friends with a unique twist to asian cuisine.”
  • 7 lokalkjente anbefaler
Kafé
“Old China Cafe (Non-Halal) Old China Cafe, serves Southeast Asian cuisine that is a combination of Straits Chinese and Malay delicacies (Baba Nonya cuisine). The premises was formerly the guild hall of the Selangor & Federal Territory Laundry Association. The guild was set up at the turn of the century and moved to this part of Chinatown in the 1920s. Many of the architectural details of the building have remained unchanged, even the doors to the kitchen still have wooden latches. This type of pre-war shophouses may not exist much longer. Old China Café tries to maintain a semblance of the Chinese community’s old social life is fading into history. The patina of age contributes to the ambience. This café is to remind us of the hard work carried out by the early Chinese settlers of Kuala Lumpur way back in 1857 when tin was first mined in Ampang. Their labour benefited KL greatly and laid the foundation for a successful commercial centre. Signature Dishes: Nyonya Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Fish Head Curry, Sambal Petai Prawn, Pie Tie, Beef Rendang. Address: 11, Jalan Balai Polis, 50000 Kuala Lumpur. Operating Hours: 11.30am - 10.30pm (Monday - Sunday) Tel: +603-2072 5915 www.oldchina.com.my/cafe.html facebook.com/oldchina.my ”
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Restaurant
“The BEST beef noodles in this part of Kuala Lumpur. Seriously! Try it! I stake my foodie rep on this! :)”
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Nuddelhus
“Soong Kee Beef Noodles (Non-Halal) Since World War II in 1945, Soong Kee restaurant in Jalan Silang has been famous for its Hakka noodles, topped with beef or pork minced meat sauce and served with a bowl of beef ball soup. Beside mixture of beef and pork, the ground pork is also sauted with garlic and black soy sauce. This keeps the patrons coming back for more and on top of that their own created chili sauce is also an attractive to a lot of people who patronise the stall. Today, it is operated by Mr Siew Wei Han, the son of the founder who maintains the same quality in taste especially its trademark beef balls that are springy and smooth. Signature Dishes: Triple Noodle (dry) & Triple Noodle Soup Address: 86, Jalan Tun H S Lee, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur. Operating Hours: 11am - 10pm (Monday - Saturday) Tel: 03-2078 1484 ”
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Restaurant
“Kim Lian Kee Restaurant (Non-Halal) Restoran Kim Lian Kee bills itself as the birth place of hokien mee in KL. Set at the junction in the centre of Petaling Street (beside Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf), it is a corner lot restaurant that is over 100 years old. Locals say it is one of the best (if not the best) hokkien mee joints in the city. Although Restoran Kim Lian Kee’s menu is fairly extensive and includes typical tai chow (dishes) to be eaten with rice, it is the fat yellow hokkien mee noodles stir-fried and doused in delicious and thick soy sauce gravy that draws in the crowd. Signature Dishes: Hokkien Mee, Cantonese Style Yuen Yong Noodles, Loh Mee, Pork Soup, Stir Fried Kuey Teow with Beef, Moonlight Kuey Teow, Fried Mee Hoon Singapore Style Petaling street Address: 49-51, Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. Lot 10 Hutong (Food Court) Address: Lot 10 Hutong, LG Floor, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur. Facebook: Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee”
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Restaurant
“It opens from 7am to 12am. Walking distance from Penang famous cendul, and other tourist spots. You can head to this location, park nearby at a paid parking space. Then walk around for cendul, street shopping, and market. ”
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