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Pasar Seni (Central Market)

Pasar Seni is a centre for Malaysian culture, art and craft. It is one of the most familiar landmarks in Kuala Lumpur. Built in 1928, it is a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. It also called Central Market and revamped into a handicrafts outlet now.
 
It is the focus for the city’s artistic community, 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. Pasar Seni is located at Jalan Hang Kasturi, a few minutes from another popular tourist attraction, Petaling Street.
 
 
 

Changkat Bukit Bintang

Changkat has often been likened to London’s Piccadilly Circus and New York City’s Times Square. An avenue on which a large number of KL’s most popular bars, clubs and restaurants can be found, It is one the most happening nightlife and clubbing areas in Kuala Lumpur. It is actually located just behind Jalan Bukit Bintang, so it's very easy to get to –if you are staying in the Golden Triangle area. It always very busy, especially during the weekends and public holidays.
 
The buildings are unique because they used to be 2-storey pre-war colonial buildings that were refurbished and turned into upmarket pubs and restaurants – most of which serve western food. A short walk away is Jalan Alor, another famous KL city avenue, well known for its hawker stalls and Chinese seafood restaurants.
 
 
 

Jalan Alor

The biggest collection of roadside restaurants in Kuala Lumpur sprawls along Jalan Alor. From around 5pm till late every evening, the street transforms into a continuous open-air restaurant, with hundreds of plastic tables and chairs and rival caterers shouting out to passers-by to drum up business. Located just behind Jalan Bukit Bintang and a short walk away from Changkat Bukit Bintang, it is a favourite after-clubbing dining spot in the Golden Triangle area.
 
Though the seafood at the air-conditioned restaurants is really good and inexpensive, we highly recommend the hawker food. KL being an immigrant city, the variety of food available is amazing and in Jalan Alor the barbecued meats, noodles and desserts are some of the best and cheapest in the city. Most of these dishes cannot be found in fashion-conscious restaurants – and even if they are, they are rarely as tasty, so hawker stalls are a favourite on the city’s foodie scene.
 
 
 

Petaling Street Chinatown

The street market on Jalan Petaling is open every day from 10am until around 11pm in the evening.
 
Visitors keep coming to Petaling Street to either dine on the famous street foods here or to get some good bargains on things sold here. Petaling Street is the shoppers' paradise if you want to bargain your way to some cheap things. There is almost everything here from clothes, souvenirs to electronic items to fabrics. Other than cheap stuff, Petaling Street is renowned for selling pirated versions of - branded watches, handbags, t-shirts, shoes, belts and DVDs. There are also a few good places to get Chinese food in the area.
 
 
 

Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square)

Merdeka Square is Kuala Lumpur’s best-known landmark. It also called Dataran Merdeka. It is set in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, in front of the Royal Selangor Club and to the north is St. Mary’s Church.
 
Within the colonial core of Kuala Lumpur, where the remnants of the British empire are especially evident, Merdeka Square seems to be nothing more than a giant field with perfectly manicured green lawns and a centrepiece of the tallest flagpole in the world (95m) proudly displaying the Jalur Gemilang (Malaysian flag). At the corner of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Raja Laut, Merdeka Square is made up of a field that was once the Selangor Club cricket pitch.
 
 
 

Little India Brickfields

Brickfields is the biggest Little India in Malaysia. It recently transformed into a wide street with Indian stores and restaurants which run by the country’s Indian community.
 
Brickfields is filled with Indian shops that sell everything from traditional Indian goods such as saris, flower garlands, spices and Bollywood music, to local delicacies such as vadai, thosai and etc. Brickfields is emerging as one of the KL’s trademark due to the construction of KL Sentral.
 
 
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