Nightclubs and bars in Malaysia

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    Nightspot in KL: From Dusk till Dawn

    by julietkilledme Written Jan 14, 2005

    There are a few clubbing area within the city or 45mins drive away from the city. Don't forget to visit Jalan Ramli if you are looking into club hopping or simply just hanging out at cafe with your friends while doing some people watching. Its a place where youngsters & yuppies would hangout. My friends & I would usually arrange to meet up at KL since we are coming from different States & country for some partying.

    Bangsar (half hour away from city) is a little clubbing town of its own, with pubs & clubs that plays different genre of music with cafes & eatery everywhere as they spread out throughout the town block by block. So take your take to browse around before deciding on where to club or simply just hop from one place to another then!

    Dress Code: There really isn't any particular dress code in all these area. So just go... ermmm perhaps leave your slippers in your hotel room instead then.

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    The Beach: Night Spot in Kota Kinabalu

    by Christie_C Written Dec 24, 2004

    I was in Kota Kinabalu for a holiday and I happen to know that there is lots of night spot in Waterfront Kota Kinabalu.
    This place have a great live band, atmosphere, cover charge is about RM15( first drink free) and dance floor.
    If you got drunk half way thru, you can get a breath of fresh air just outside whereby this place is located beside the sea.
    Great place and very happening

    Dress Code: All the patron are dressed up and look chic and stylish

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    Murni, SS2, Petaling Jaya: One of the best naan in town

    by clsan Written Jun 6, 2004

    I loves the garlic cheese naan. In fact they've variety of naans like the typical naan, raisin naan, cheese naan, etc

    Not to forget order a jar of mango special, (alternatives are sour sop, strawberry, honey dew etc)

    Dress Code: Casual, shirt with short will do.

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    Nouvo: Best Club in KL

    by mehbal Written Apr 29, 2004

    Nouvo is the one the best night clubs i have ever consists two place is for is very big.the other one in the down side is has moderate dance floor.

    dj s are good.

    Dress Code: anything .casual wear.

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    The Beach Club: Drinking Malaysia dry

    by neilward Updated Dec 29, 2003

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    An excellent drinking hole with good music ,the only problem we had (on both visits,12 months apart) was getting served at the bar,not enough staff for the customers drinking there.
    Approx 18 ringits for entry but 1 free drink with that.Many locals seem to drink there and nationalities from all over the world seem to congregate on the dance floor.On my first visit there in 2002 the football world cup was on, in Japan and South Korea ,we spent of the night drinking and partying with some Brazilians and trying to samba,not easy with a couple of gallons of beer inside you...I blamed the jet-lag !!!!!

    Dress Code: No dress code ,
    but i wear 'book'em Danno' shirts anyway !!!!

    27 beers and a whisky and coke for Mark please !!
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    Night Lifes in KL...

    by coceng Updated Sep 13, 2003

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    KL has a vibrant night life but it's not without some prohibitions.
    Discos, pubs & bars must close before 2 am to prevent the drunk driving. I mean if those drivers want to die, they could do before 2 am, easy to clean the mess.
    By 3 am, people just want to crawl up to bed & be in heaven (sleep).
    Drunk driving is a serious problem here. I just have to be blunt about it.
    Again & again, if you want to drive, don't ever drink alcohol !

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    Chintown and Bukit Bentang Road: Live performance, shopping and eating go together

    by Faiza-Ifrah Written Sep 10, 2003

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    Bukit Bentang Road is itself a great nightlife spot. You can shop in the 6 retail malls in the neighborhood or in various shops. When you get tired, sit at roadside cafes in front of either BB Plaza or Plaza Low Yatt, have coffee, snacks and listen to the live musical performance of the bands.

    If you are walking from top of the street (i.e. Bukit Bentang Road) from say Federal Hotel towards BB Plaza, then take left at first road intersection. The first street parallel to Bukit Bentang Road appears a bit rundown, but remains awake almost throughout the night. Street vendors sell food and fruites that people consume in abundance. you can sit by a roadside vendor, buy doorian D24 (the best quality), have it cut professionally and go for the delicious inside.

    Another night time adventure would be to do shopping in Chinatown. During the day, it can be hot there. There is a foodcourt with lots of food outlets. After shopping, have dinner there and watch people and street vendors.

    Dress Code: You can dress the way you want. Ahem I mean moderately.

    BB road at dusk.
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  • Bintang Walk (Star Walk): Fun, delightful, lots to see

    by teevee Written Sep 8, 2003

    Lots of cafes. A few shopping centres within the vicinity (Lot 10, Starhill and Sungei Wang). Also pubs and restaurants. Walk further in and you find houses turned into restaurants. Some quaint and some hippy ones. There also really hawker food mainly chinese. There are also McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken and other fast food outlets.
    3-5 star hotels located here too and there is the monorail train station (Bintang).

    Suitable for groups, individuals, family outing!

    Dress Code: Casual for cafes, shorts and flip flops. Pubs...jeans, t-shirt is fine. Just be yourself and relax!

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    Bintang Walk, KL: Chill..

    by worm_star Updated Jun 3, 2003

    Bintang Walk in the Golden Triangle is a location where there are 4 major shopping complexes located -Star Hill Shopping Centre, Lot 10 Shopping Centre and Sungai Wang Plaza Shopping Centre, KL Plaza Shopping Centre. Planet Hollywood is located near the KL Plaza. There are various sidewalk cafes and restaurants located in this area such as Starbucks Cafe, Stars Cafe, Kenny Rogers Roasters, Swensen's, Dome's, etc.

    Generally business hour for shopping complexes is 10am - 9:30pm daily.

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    Jalan Telawi, Bangsar

    by worm_star Updated Jun 3, 2003

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    For those who love to socialize and having fun, this is one THE place to be.. a whole selection of cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants like Alexis, Red Chamber, Dome, etc. The whole atmosphere is great as there're many people chilling out at the bars and cafes. You can hear music from almost every corner of the streets.

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    Kuala Lumpur nite life

    by Malguy Updated May 3, 2003

    WOW so much to offer.....
    1. Clubbing is fun in KL .. so many clubs to party in ... some of the most visited would be
    - HardRock Cafe with some kewl live bands plus great dance music.
    - BeachClub ... dance till u sweat with great people to meet there.
    - Backroom .. mix crowd that only starts at 3.00am after all other clubs start to close down and the party begins in backroom.. dance till u drop as it closes at 6.00 am

    Dress Code: anything goes with the Dress code yet you dont want to look shabby, would ya ? gosh shame on you to come in and not looking gorgeous or handsome ..

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    Wildlife...: The night in the forest

    by janchan Updated Feb 28, 2003

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    The night in the forest is creepy... but it could be also charming... strange sounds in the silence will take you away from the civilization...
    This animal came out from the jungle everynight to eat fruit with us... hehehe... it was a puppy... nice and friendly (even too friendly...!)... we called it Fox... :)

    (NOTE: the animal coming out from the jungle, is the one without t-shirt on !!!)

    Me and Fox meditating... :)
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    Rasta Bar: A Great Night Out - Bandar Utama

    by keeweechic Written Dec 17, 2002

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    There is no shortage of nightlife in K.L. There are night clubs and karaoke bars, discos... whatever you want. I was taken to 2 in one night right in KL but I can't remember their names, one I didn't like anyway. One great night I did have with my colleagues was out somewhere near Bandar Utama. I believe the place was call 'Rasta' (photo). It was just in a small block of shop houses but such a great band and a great 'local' night.

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    by davidloh Written Dec 8, 2002

    Kuala Lumpur offers exciting nightlife for those looking for relaxation. Besides local and international theater shows and symphony orchestras, there is a wide variety of entertainment including live bands, jazz bands, strollers, dinner shows, cabaret, disco and karaoke lounges.

    Kuala Lumpur offers exciting nightlife for those looking for relaxation. Besides local and international theater shows and symphony orchestras, there is a wide variety of entertainment including live bands, jazz bands, strollers, dinner shows, cabaret, disco and karaoke lounges.

    Discotheques. Discotheques can be found in hotels but there are several independent ones, too. They are usually packed after 10pm and pulsate with activity on Fridays, Saturdays and eves of public holidays.

    Pubs and Bistros. Pubs and bistros offer a relaxed mood with live bands, drinks and snacks. Most pubs are open from late afternoon or evening and close at midnight.

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  • Night life-Two...

    by Aang Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    Night life-

    Two transvestites outside the shopping malls beside the bus station; dangdut night clubs around Taman Melaka Raya near the Equatorial Hotel; Jonkers Street Friday-Sunday; a few strange Chinese places up dark stairways... not much really.
    see above

    Dress Code: -

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