Malaysia Nightlife

  • Sunset
    Sunset
    by robertgaz
  • Wooden Pub, Batu Ferringhi by aussirose
    Wooden Pub, Batu Ferringhi by aussirose
    by aussirose
  • Wooden Pub, Batu Ferringhi by aussirose
    Wooden Pub, Batu Ferringhi by aussirose
    by aussirose

Malaysia Nightlife

  • Beach Club Café

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Year 2011 February I had visited 2 Nights in Beach Club Cafe. My 1st. Night was Sunday. It was Crowded. Spent time with Beer & Dancing paying Rm 35. So many ladies came to me for Company but I refused to accept. Left the Cafe in Midnight. Next day also I had visited the same. It was a Entry free day. So I had not paid anything to enter the Cafe. At...

    more
  • Pub/night club

    Penang Nightlife

    Batu Ferringhi was a good choice to stay at in Penang as this place comes alive at night and our hotel was close to the action. The night markets were fun to wander around. But after a big of walking, we built up a thirst ;o) So we found ourselves at the pub right next to my favourite restaurant Magic 1. The Wooden Pub is well known for it's...

    more
  • Bukit Bintang

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    It was an Awesome night out in KL pub crawl with other travellers I met here. We had to visit 5 bars that night and we really got sloshed like nobody's business lol. The other thing is you have the opportunity to meet new friends from all around the world,share travel stories,exchange ideas and have fun. I think it is a great night experience and...

    more
  • Night market (Pasar Malam)

    Penang Nightlife

    Night Market or some refer as 'Sidewalk Bazaar' is one of the most popular activities at Batu Ferringhi. They operate right after sunset, as early as 6pm until past midnight. selling an assortment of goods ranging from souvenirs to fake goods.

    more
  • Zouk Club

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    An amazing spot, probably the busiest and most famous nightclub in Malaysia. The last time I was here, Lil Kim was singing and a huge breakdancing display was being put on. 4 rooms, hundreds of square kilometers of dance floor, cheap entry for girls on Thursday nights. Fancy - no sneakers.

    more
  • Cinema

    Penang Nightlife

    Almost all of Penang stand-alone cinema halls of yesteryears have fast disappeared. Instead there are several state-of-the-art modern cineplexes at shopping malls of Gurney Plaza, Queensbay Mall, Bukit Jambul Complex and Prangin Mall with 5-8 different movies available at a time. Check the local Star (Einglish) newspaper for latest movie and...

    more
  • Hard Rock Café

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    I noon when he was playing that drinking game with Owen Wilson. As I liked this scene, I also liked our water and we had a funny night with some good food (almost too much of it). It was an easy to go atmosphere, maybe a little too western for my taste, but still good. Maybe the only negative point to mention was that the prices were western too,...

    more
  • Bangsar

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Yes the Beach Club is a pick up joint for hookers. Mostly Filipina with a few Vietnemese, Indonesian. But every night they have a great live band and the atmosphere is always good. Filipinas know how to have a good time and if they can't find a customer they're happy to dance and have a good time. So don't let the prostitution put you off. Go...

    more
  • Chinatown

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Although Chinatown can be visited during the day, the atmosphere changes completely at night and this is the most enjoyable time to visit this tourist attraction. The market and restaurants stay open until the early morning hours. Here one can feel the heartbeat of the city and enjoy local cuisine at its best. Very casual.

    more
  • Little Havana

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    They've got Beginner Salsa classes from 7:30-9:30pm. DJ Lingerto plays Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, some Latin Pop. Crowd packs it in by about 11pm until about 12:30am. This super Salsa Party every Friday ends at 1am (lights on), but they used to play until 1:45am.

    more
  • Luna Bar

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    one of my first impressions of Malaysia was not the youth hostel, but the bar we were taken to. When we arrived after a 12:35 hrs flight, we just had some time to shower and change into new clothes before starting our first night out. Leila and Belle, two Malayan girls my travel companion knew for a long time from Germany, took us out on a night to...

    more
  • Jalan P. Ramlee area

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Unlike Bukit Bintang area, Jlan Ramlee is more wacky, lively and vibrant at night. You see people in the streets enjoying the night out, people wearing some intriguing outfit or too sexy. You hear too loud music from the bars and you see more younger people enjoying the party. The sight of the Twin Towers here is a bonus. I remember walking here...

    more
  • Petronas Twin Towers

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Basically Jalan P.Ramlee, jalan Sultan ismail and Jalan Penang are famous with club, and along the street you can find the club, pub and bistro, You can see the crowd on friday and saturday night and ladies night as well. In every club here in Kuala Lumpur, they have a special night for ladies, once in a week, there will be a ladies night, and on...

    more
  • Thai Club

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    This just across the road facing the filipino hooker bar - beach club. i felt better off here as i could see some local women chilling out. unlike the beach club where typically abt 9 out of 10 women were filipino hookers. theres a live band which was pretty ok. they have 2 levels. they also do have sitting area outside for alfresco drinking....

    more
  • SkyBar

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    SkyBar is located on the top floor of the Traders hotel, around the hotel's pool. It is partially open and offers amazing nigh time views of the Petronas towers. We went there one night after shopping, sat on the bar stools and ate mini burgers with our cocktails. Good selection of cocktails. Try to get the couches! Casual but smart.

    more
  • The Backroom

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    THE place for dance music fanatic. Slightly seedy but wonderful dance music haven. Come in AFTER 2am :-) Once they even played some cool bossa nova tunes !!! Comfortable clothes and shoes, because it can get really warm on the dancefloor !!

    more
  • Barfly

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    A round barcounter in the middle of the bar. DJ spinning on the left side. Drinks are pretty alright. Main attraction here are when the pole dancers dance on the bar top. See the guys go crazy and horny !!! LOL !! It can get pretty packed inside (esp when its time for the dancers to perform), so make sure you get your orders before the show or...

    more
  • Golden Triangle

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Many many more cafe and resto arranges F1 Party for the fans. Imagine an open air stage and the band performing their songs there. So close with the spectators and I was singing "Please, please tell me now, is there's something I should know?" [aaawww, back to 1980's Duran Duran ;)] Casual and F1 theme for sure!

    more
  • Nouvo

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    2 Clubs in 1 : (a) Nuovo ~ danceclub located upstairs ; one of the regular stops for international DJs when they are on their tour in this part of the world ; can be really crowded inside ... so beware ! (b) Sangria bar ~ dancefloor and bar downstairs ; can be really crowded sometimes. Cool / Smart / Vintage ... up to you - u determine your own...

    more
  • Finnegan's

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    I visited Finnegan's Pub for a quick pint while in Kuala Lumpur in December 2005. In common with most pubs in the Malaysian capital, the beer is pretty expensive. I had a pint of the cheapest draught beer, Tiger (RM23 + 5% tax + 10% service charge). There is a large selection of beers: Draught beers: Beamish Stout (RM29); Carlsberg...

    more
  • Reggae Bar

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    I was completely awed by the atmosphere in Reggae Bar, and I think I have never been into a club, where there is a toilet attendant. Who opens the door for you and all! :) The staff were patient, fun, and very helpful. The food was delicious, they even had a good variety of food for vegetarians that DID not involve the plain old salad and mushroom...

    more
  • Hemingway's

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Every Thursday & Friday 9pm onwards they got free salsa dance lesson which taught by two hot salsa dancers. Good news to the ladies, every Tuesday and Thursday there would be a "Señorita Nite Out"(ladies night) from 8pm till midnight, all ladies can ask for free Magarita. last time i was there and happen to see the salsa dancers giving lesson to...

    more
  • Bliss

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Great dance tunes here. Patrons here are not into hard trance music (thank gawd). Drinks here are pretty good too. There is a little balcony outside where you can do stuff like watch the people below, smooch ..etc ;-) Brought Mauro (zyxos) along with me one Friday night. It was a dark and crazy night :-)) No jeans and sneakers, please !!

    more
  • Planet Hollywood

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Nice atmosphere and good food but be prepared to pay a litlle bit extra. Strategically placed 30-40 inch video projectors at nearly every corner and feature Hollywood actors in action such as Charlie Sheen, Arnold, Bruce Willis, Demi Moore and others. So, you don't just go to Planet Hollywood to eat, you go there to watch the hollywood stars and...

    more
  • Emporium Grand Café

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Cool enviroment. They play Top 10 songs. Yuppies are most of them. Be smart and elegant all you can but who cares. If you prefer casual, jeans and shirt for men is ok and for sure, sandals is a No No.

    more
  • El Nino Latin Cafe

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Housed in a beautiful hacienda, enjoy the throbbing Latin beat with lots of dancing - merengue, cumbia and salsa, among others. Dancing lessons are available for beginners. Enjoy Spanish cuisine while a Colombian band keeps the adrenalin pumping. Dress as smart and elegant as you can. Shirt and slack will do.

    more
  • Captain's Cabin

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Along Jalan Bukit Bintang right in front of the Bukit Bintang Shopping Center, this restaurant cum live bar entertains all walks of life. With the usual Filipino Band performing, they belt out Top 40, rock and Evergreen numbers and also do song request. Drink prices are the average and place closes around 1-2am. Website here for more info:...

    more
  • Centrepoint Shopping Mall

    Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

    Now, this photo was taken on the same rainy night...On the outside of the complex. Not many people hanging about because of the drizzling rain; Normally you could see young people singing their 'hip-hop' songs (badly), drinking their beers & the motorcycle girls loitering the place ready to be picked up ! Join them, talk about the weather ! The...

    more
  • A gambling paradise

    Star World Casino is located at First World Plaza on the first floor of the podium of Hotel First World at Genting Highlands Resort in the state of Pahang. It is one of the only two casinos that are allowed to operate in Malaysia. Together with the main Casino de Genting, Genting Highlands Resort has been voted as Asia's and World's leading casino...

    more
  • In the heart of Chinatown

    Jalan Petaling is located in the heart of Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. The street is basically a brightly-lit make-shift night market dealing in wide range of household items ranging from cosmetics, watches which may be imitation and costume jewelleries to budget clothings, textiles and leather goods at bargain prices. The street is closed to...

    more
  • Open-air night markets

    Jonker Walk is located at Jonker Street (known as Jalan Hang Jebat) right in the heart of Melaka's Chinatown in the historic city of Melaka. It is a narrow street with some of Melaka's oldest houses dating back to 17th century when Dutch conquored Melaka. Jonker Street is formerly known as Antique Street due to the many antique stores around the...

    more
  • Taste of the Orient

    We treated ourselves to an evening of Chinese culture at the Foot Look Restaurant. The Chinese Opera was entertaining if not somewhat confusing. The dinner served was excellent and after the show we were encouraged to pose with the cast. Smart Casual

    more
  • Fabulous food but not western prices

    Jalan Alor Setar provides the BEST fish meals in KL! A few ringgit per meal, ie about £1. I have never tasted food like it in ALL my travels.If you fancy a local delicacy, try Port Klang riverside restaurants where they serve 'marmite crab'. OK, if you don't like 'marmite' forget it! Marmite crab is local, fresh, and delicious.Ritz-Carlton in KL...

    more
  • Reggae and Cocktails

    Just around the corner of Petaling Street is the Reggae Bar of Kuala Lumpur. Good cocktails, great fun, GREAT music. A great place to meet other travellers or just chat with the firendly bar-staff. One of the walls in there is even saved for traveller scrawl. Its also in a really good location for backpackers as many of the hostels are around the...

    more
  • Alcoholic drinks (Malaysian Beers)

    Please remember the government of Malaysia is very sensitive with alcoholic drinks, alcohol=BAD, no no sir, Malaysia will not offer any National Beers to tourists. But we import lot, we can offer the #1 selling Danish Carlsberg, Irish Guinness, Dutch Heineken, Singaporean Tiger, American Budweiser and etc. Budget tourists can go for cheap beer,...

    more
  • Pasar Malam

    Pasar Malam is Malay word Night Market, pronounce Paasaar Maalaam, please do not pronounce Payser Maylem. Pasar Malam is local peoples' way of nightlife since long time ago. The way of Pasar Malam is to have a place at night selling all sorts of daily products including fish, meat, vegetables, cattles, etc. Pasar Malam is open to anyone free...

    more
  • Insomnia ?

    Karaoke parlours are very popular activities in Malaysia, especially in the towns and cities.There aren't actually many other nice things to do. Some night clubs, some pubs, some massage parlours ( though not so blatant as in Thailand ). Even though Malaysia is mostly Islamic, much is tolerated, for the sake of the mighty dollar ! Anything goes,...

    more
  • Melaka - Limau-Limau

    Located on Jonkers Street, this clean and friendly bar is a perfect place for refreshing drinks and healthy snacks.Menu listings include memorable fruit shakes and Italian coffe.Indoors and al-fresco tables provide limited seating but waiting is worth the pain.

    more
  • Melaka - Geographer Cafe'

    Strollers along Jonkers Street won't miss this cafe' which has indoors and al-fresco tables on street level and an upper level too.Relaxed ambience with atomized watersprays that help to refresh al-fresco patrons.Drink selection of local and imported beers, snacks and dishes a-la-carte.Geographer Cafe' is listed as an internet cafe' but, as of Aug...

    more
  • A Romantic Stroll by the River in...

    ~Careless Whispers~The Kuching Waterfront in the State of Sarawak is an example of a very good redevelopment scheme. What was once an unkempt and muddy riverbank lined with abandoned godowns has been transformed into a pleasant area for the townfolk (and tourists) to relax and have a leisurely stroll through.The best time to visit the waterfront is...

    more
  • After Sunset

    The most famous spot in Malaysian night life - where else ?Endless choice of shopping, restaurants, hotels and clubs. Very popular with foreign tourists and locals alike. Anything goes, try to be relaxed and informal.

    more
  • Shake that Bon-Bon

    Hard rock cafe always a limelight in KL. Fantastic music with great atmosphere. Cool staff with right attitude. Just love the live band here. It's keep on rocking & rolling............. Casual. No short & sandals please....

    more
  • do as the locals do

    A typical pastime of Malaysians is to hang out about 1 a.m. to catch a bite and some "teh-tarik". You can do this at any mamak stall, my favorite being the one at ss2, Petaling Jaya. Mamak is Malay-Indian, so, there's definetly a very intresting mix of the two cultures blending into one. "teh-tarik" is tea that is pulled from one cup to another,...

    more
  • From Dusk till Dawn

    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...

    more
  • Night Spot in Kota Kinabalu

    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...

    more

Malaysia Hotels

See all 1656 Hotels in Malaysia

Top Malaysia Hotels

Port Dickson Hotels
161 Reviews - 381 Photos
Kota Kinabalu Hotels
1101 Reviews - 2921 Photos
Johor Bahru Hotels
521 Reviews - 948 Photos
Genting Hotels
363 Reviews - 1052 Photos
Cameron Highlands Hotels
568 Reviews - 1703 Photos
Kuala Lumpur Hotels
6209 Reviews - 14451 Photos
Penang Hotels
2512 Reviews - 5504 Photos
Kuala Terengganu Hotels
140 Reviews - 355 Photos
Ipoh Hotels
262 Reviews - 862 Photos
Kuching Hotels
795 Reviews - 2084 Photos
Pulau Tioman Hotels
445 Reviews - 1046 Photos
Taiping Hotels
144 Reviews - 369 Photos
Bukit Fraser Hotels
121 Reviews - 260 Photos
Melaka Hotels
1693 Reviews - 4379 Photos
Pulau Langkawi Hotels
1526 Reviews - 3915 Photos

Instant Answers: Malaysia

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

27 travelers online now

Comments

Malaysia Nightlife

Reviews and photos of Malaysia nightlife posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Malaysia sightseeing.
Map of Malaysia

Malaysia Members Meetings

May 28, 2015 
Lets meet up
Aug 11, 2015 
Nesrine
Oct 24, 2015 
solo traveller in Kuala

see all Malaysia member meetings