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KL has these "all in one" places which cater for different tastes. 12 SI (http://www.twelvesi.com.my/) is the complex comprising Atmosphere (the techno joint), Bliss (more garage, R&B, various fusions of electronica), Bar Fly (sort of like Coyote Ugly with girls dancing on the bars) and cafes to hang out in. Other establishments in the area are Espanda, Nouvo/Sangria Bar, Beach Club & the opposite Thai Club (tourist meat markets... avoid at all costs!), Passion (nice!). Rum Jungle has also just opened up at the corner of Jalan Pinang and Jalan P. Ramlee. Could be gone 6 months later, let's see.
Zouk is another "all in one" complex. (http://www.zoukclub.com.my/unveil/enter.asp#) Zouk is the large, techno joint, Velvet Underground next to it is the R&B etc. equivalent, then there's the bars and cafes if you just want to chill out.
Bangsar around Jalan Telawi there are many places, cafes, bars, restaurants all in a row, - Bar Flam, Bar Ohm, BarZar (moroccan sit on cushions on floor), Bilique, Pharmacy, irish pubs like Finnegan's, spanish tapas bar La Bodega, etc... places come up and shut down again after 6 months and change names but these are the longer standing ones around... you'll find something you like surely. Bangsar Village is another mall full of nice restaurants in the area.
The other hotspot in KL at the moment is the Asian Heritage Row. Here you'll find Bar Savanh (balinese type decor with a good restaurant IndoChine upstairs - salsa nights on Sunday), Bar Blonde is an all-white bar, Saray Turkish Restaurant and all sorts of other places to hang out here also. On the street right next to the Sheraton Imperial Hotel on Jalan Sultan Ismail.
Other areas like Tengkat Tong Shin/Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bintang Walk on Jalan Bukit Bintang and Sri Hartamas in the suburbs of KL are also venerable hotspots with plenty of bars/ cafes/ restaurants/ clubs. I'll expand this tip or write separate ones for each of these areas at some point in time.
Dress Code: Most places don't really have a dress code and you'll be allowed in wearing everything or next to nothing. Maybe guys would want to avoid slippers and shorts though.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
This was a place that Vigi knew and wanted to go back to. Cover charge was about 30 RM but includes a drink to take the sting off of it. I can't remember getting anything else to drink here that night so I don't know how the pricing changes.
We stayed about an hour and listened and danced to the really good band.
Updated Mar 2, 2008
Far from being an white elephant that is was when TSB first started out, its reinvention to being THE cocktail bar to see and be seen is quite an achievement - esp since Bangsar nitespots are a dime a dozen.
Its a great place to meet old and new acquaintances for music and drinks and good company naturally!
Dress Code: Casual dressy - which basically means no singlets or slippers.
Written Mar 20, 2004
Address: no1, Jalan Telawi 3
Phone: 03 2287 0848
An epitome of cool ~ A faboulus restaurant with limited (but all delicious) pan-global menu downstairs with excellent service and good food recommendations.
Upstairs, the bar is cool and relaxed - nice little corners to hide away and groove the night away. The Bar in the middle is just fantastic - extensive cocktail selection .. personal favourites are the SPANKY BOARD (look at pic ~ flavoured vodka : from left 2 right ~ Chillie padi, Lychee, Watermelon, Butterscotch and Bloody Mary) and Mai Tais.
Music is just soo groovy ~ boasting of Classical, Jazz and Cool ambient and some really good dance tunes ala Naked Music. I love it !!
Dress Code: Nice to dress up and look beautiful *muah*
Written Dec 8, 2003
Address: 1 Jalan Telawi 3, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603 - 2284 3168
This is a lively, open air nightclub with DJ and good bar. Plays latest Western chart music & some Latin American. Good for dancing and meeting people - but we were very drunk when we got there - I remember dancing......
Dress Code: Don't think they're that fussy - I had my ever faithful hat on I think!
Updated Nov 27, 2006
Address: Erm... Kuala Lumpur!
Attended a Linkin Park concert on Wednesday 15 October 2003. Awesome !! So much energy :-)
Dress Code: As comfortable as possible. Wear light clothing because you are going to SWEAT buckets !!
Comfortable shoes are a must !
For girls (and some boys), no need to put on your makeup ... your sweat will ruin everything.
Updated Oct 21, 2003
Huge dancefloor. Lots of secluded corners. Great lighting. Vibrating walls (???). DJS up from above.
Dress Code: Nice to dress up but most important is COMFORTABLE SHOES because you can bet your arse & legs will not stop moving once you are in :-p
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 12 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603-2145 9198
Zouk is a sister outlet of the Singapore Zouk. It houses several outlets within a unique-looking building... It has 5 outlets viz the Terrace Bar, Loft, Main Room, Velvet and Velvet Underground...
The Terrace Bar is a cosy hangout for a quiet drink or warm up session.... the Loft is a small and intimate bar..while the Velvet has a dim settling where house music rules...
The main dancing halls are the Main Room and Velvet Underground...
Dress Code: The Terrace Bar and Loft is opened everyday from 6:00pm... The Velvet is opened everyday (except Mondays) from 9:00pm. The Main Room runs from Thursdays to Saturday... Cover charges are RM30 before 11:00pm and thereafter RM38 (ladies) and RM45 (guys)....House pouring drinks are premium brands like Smirnoff, Jim Beam and Captain Morgon, ranging from RM13.50 a shot in the Main Room to RM18.00 a shot in the Velvet...
Updated Jun 5, 2004
Address: 113, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +603 2171 1997
Pasar Malam (Night Market) is a potpourri of sights and sounds, making it a fascinating experience of a truly Malaysian identity. Comprising of makeshift stalls which stock anything from folk medicine and fresh fruit to household utensils and fashion-wear, these night bazaars are a treat for the senses and a paradise for bargain hunters.
Written Apr 22, 2005
I don't know how to write about this kopitiam, I know its a place always full of peoples and bikers. Better you go there and you write your own tips about this kopitiam with motosikal. The location is quite easy and near to Chinatown, taxi 5 or 10 minutes only.
Updated Mar 28, 2005
Address: Ground Floor, Wisma Concorde, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Phone: 603 2715 5555
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