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Small-Group Food Trail Walking Tour in Kuala Lumpur
"Meet your guide at the entrance to Bangsar Station a stop along the city’s Light Rail Transit (LRT) to begin your small-group food tour of Kuala Lumpur. Then follow your guide off the beaten track through hidden backstreets and narrow alleys to sample enough local food for a delicious lunch!Stroll with your small group through the Indian-influenced neighborhood of Brickfields where you’ll find architecture and music as loud and colorful as the food! At the hawker center famous for its South Indian food stalls and restaurants sample delicious Indian dishes
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Kuala Lumpur By Night Tour
"After hotel pickup by comfortable coach start your evening in Kuala Lumpur with a guided walk through colorful Chinatown. Explore rows of stalls at the night markets each with its own specialty goods — including clothing accessories toys and perfumes — sold at bargain prices. Marvel at the illuminated skyscrapers above as Malaysian night vendors sell their wares. Take part in the local life as you stroll the lanes and haggle for items with help from your guide.Enjoy some Chi savor a sumptuous buffet for dinner while watching a spectacular array of traditional Malaysian dances performed on stage during the show. Menus rotate weekly (see sample below) but always feature authentic Malaysian and international dishes including a selection of salads
From $78.00
Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Orientation Tour
"Kuala Lumpur's colorful historical beginnings and modern grandeur frame this half-day tour through the city's unique blend of architectures and cultures. Explore colorful rural and urban lifestyles eclectic designs and a touch of nature along with fine traditional arts and crafts. After you meet your guide pay a visit to the Petronas Kuala Lumpur Twin Towers one of the tallest freestanding towers in the world and get a magnificent view of the lush Klang Valley that surrounds the city. For a different kind of magnificence
From $19.00

Chinatown - Petaling Street Tips (105)

Bargain shopping

Chinatown is Flea Market known of its cheap Items sold by street vendors including street food as well. A visit during the night will be awesome. I only went during the day and got myself some cheap...
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Jun 13, 2015


Chinatown is the original commercial centre of Kuala Lumpur. Traders first set up here in the 1880’sChinatown in Kuala Lumpur is not as large as other major cities in Asia, but it is very lively and...
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Feb 13, 2015

Shophouses of Chinatown

You have had your fill of shopping for souvenirs in Petaling Street? No more need for any more Hard Rock Cafe T-shifts or fake Gucci handbags. Well do yourself a favour and stroll the teeming streets...
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Jan 30, 2015

Bustling Street, but underwhelming....

Petaling Street, in Chinatown is the most famous of the 'flea markets' in KL, but sadly, the wares on sale are virtually identical to those you can find in any market, in any city in Asia. The...
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Jan 02, 2015


Petaling Street Chinatown is well known for the amount of fake handbags, shoes, clothes, DVD’s, phone accessories and souvenirs.  So if you are into those types of goods then you will love it there....
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Mar 11, 2014


Petalang street is a street lined with market stalls in the centre of Chinatown. However, don't forget to explore Chinatown's sidestreets, too with their dragon lamposts, hanging umbrellas, shops,...
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Oct 20, 2013


Chinese temples are either Buddhist or Taoist temples. Devotees gather at temples, lighting joss sticks and chanting prayers. The city's Chinese temples are heavily embellished, with arched entrances,...
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Sep 30, 2012

Chinatown: Petaling Street

Petaling Street is one of the famous tourist outdoor markets in Kuala Lumpur. It is being located in a strategy location near the Pudu Long-Distant Bus Station, and surrounded by office buildings, old...
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Aug 17, 2012


Kuala Lumpur has a large chinese population and thereofr also a fairly big Chinatown.It's located quite central in Kuaal Lumpur, close to Bukit bintang and little India.Chinatown is a bustling place...
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Jul 13, 2012


Forget Little India, not much happening there, but for a few carpet shops although we did find a decent restaurant that we enjoyed. Chinatown is a bustling place, lots of restaurants and the usual...
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Mar 14, 2012

Petaling Street Market - Chinatown

Chinatown was the first place we visited, immediately after hotel check in a few of us decided to visit Chinatown mid afternoon. Not the best time to visit during the heat of the afternoon, a smarter...
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Jan 16, 2012

Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, is a special market to shopping. All tourist must go there. For more information about the cultural, building, history and community in Chinatown Kuala Lumpur,...
Apr 04, 2011
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Things to Do Near Chinatown - Petaling Street

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Sri Mahamariamman Indian Temple

Indians are Malaysia's third ethnic group, after Malay and Chinese, and make up a good ten percent of Kuala Lumpur's population. This Hindu temple, like the temple in Singapore which it closely...
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Central Market

The Central Market is a hassle free bazaar set on several levels inside an old British built colonial building. Many of the stalls are overflowing with local merchandise, although much of it looks...
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Sin Sze Si Ya Temple

This, the oldest, and has to be the one with the most character, temple in Chinatown is a delight to visit. You are made very welcome, no entrance fee, and you can smell the history here. It was...
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National Mosque - Masjid Negara

Near KL station and the Islamic Arts Museum and the Bird Park is the National Mosque. Non-Muslims are welcome to enter, and entry is free of charge, but a dress code must be observed. Male and female...
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Railway Station

A fading transport hub and one of Asia's most impressive train stations, this is one stop you should make even if you don't need to. The fact that it's within walking distance of the National Mosque,...
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Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Hidden far away from Kuala Lumpur's new city centre, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building stands proudly over Independence Square, and ignores the towering glass and steel that grows behind its back, day...
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