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fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by vtecturbo

can anyone share with me at KL where can i find cheap fashion wear, clothings,? Those like walking street type?

And pls recommend me some good local food along the streets, market, hawkers etc.?

thks!

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by Mozumbus

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Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by sheherezad

You'll find good local food everywhere! :-)

MY is a gourmet's haven! :-)

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by lynnehamman

Chinatown Markets (in Petaling Street) is the place to go for cheap fashion wear- and also has good outdoor foodstalls. A great place to sit and have a beer and people watch. Markets open around 2pm ( I think) and stay open till late.

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by sheherezad

Or you can go to the Pasar Malam (night markets) or Late Night Markets? I think I wrote something about these on my KL page? I think did! :-)

And then there's the Reject Shop you can find in many shopping malls..

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by christabal

Shop at Chinatown (Petaling Street) and the nearby Central Market.

Go the Sungai Wang Plaza at Bukit Bintang and for food try Jalan Alor where the street is a lined with food outlets.

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by sheherezad

> where can i find cheap fashion wear, clothings,?

You didn't indicate where you are from? European sizes may be a problem in most MY shops/street bazaars :( But you should be able to get them from the Reject Shop! Cheers!

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by Mozumbus

Reject Shop looks interesting. Is this a chain or a generic name for certain type of shops???

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by sheherezad

It's an MY original chain, Mozumbus :-) You can google infor no it!

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by Mozumbus

Sure I will :) Thanks

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by sheherezad

Welcome! :-)

Re: fashion apparels/ nice local food??

by xdaliv

Wholeheartedly agree with christabal. Sungai Wang Plaza is the place for cheap fashion wear. I heard that nearby Sg Wang, there is a daytime street market. It may or may not be Arab Street. Not so sure about that.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

A Melting Pot of Cultures and Religions

by Kakapo2

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As you might know, Malaysia is made up of the Malaysian Peninsula and of East Malaysia, located on the island of Borneo. The two states over there are Sabah and Sarawak, with North-East Sarawak enclosing the tiny Sultanate of Brunei. The major part of Borneo belongs to Indonesia.

Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur is located on the western fringe of the Peninsula. It was founded in the middle of the 19th century when tin prospectors settled at the convergence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. Today it has about 1.3 million inhabitants.

What impresses me most in this city and the country as a whole is that many different races who are attached to different religions live together peacefully. The main races are the Malays, the Chinese, and the Indians.

The culture, architecture, languages, customs, and cuisines are as diverse as all those ethniticies, and you get well aware of this even on a short visit like my one-day stopover. You find impressive castles and temples side by side with skyscrapers – and still a lot of green spaces where you can breathe. If you can breathe on a hot and humid day, and do not prefer to stay in an airconditioned room or taxi ;-)

To be, or not to be...

by kenmerk

A small long-tailed macaque monkey ponders the meaning of his existance on this small lonely planet of ours...

Or maybe not, he may just be contenplating his next bowel movement... (hard to tell with monkeys...)

Malaysia of palace

by TIAc

The palace is Sooooo huge and gorgeous that I ever seen beforeO_OBut it didnt permit any one to get inside except government officals.
Anyway,we still enjoy our taking a photo as a memento...
ps. we were independent travel on this journey !

CRAFT COMPLEX

by Adeline_Foo

There are two craft centres in Malaysia; one in Kuala Lumpur and the other in Langkawi. Known as Kompleks Kraf, the Malaysian handicrafts showroom act as a 'One Stop Centre' for tourists to purchase local knick knack.

The complex in Kuala Lumpur is a stone throw's away from Bukit Bintang area, a famous shopping district in the city. Strategically located, the centre offers numerous souvenir items that are uniquely Malaysian. The choices are abundant- ceramics, batik clothing, wooden ornaments and a lot more.

Kompleks Kraf is also a focal point for various organisations to promote the local crafts industry and to showcase their products. If you're here, don't just shop, check out the numerous activities conducted at the complex. You'll get to see demonstrations of batik drawings, songket weaving and ceramic making. Batik and songket are traditional fabrics used in making Malay costumes. Special programmes such as the Crafts Fair and Orang Asli (the indigenous) Handicrafts are also held at the complex. And when you're here, do participate in the interactive activities to experience of how, for example, batik drawing is done

Eat using your hands.

by apang7

There are mainly 3 major ethnic group in Malaysia; Malay, Chinese and Indian. Malay and Indian usually eat their mix rice using hand..... but make sure you are using right hand, eating using left hand is considered inappropriate. The chinese usually use their chopstik. But in almost all restaurants/stalls/food court do provide clean cutleries.

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