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Must Visit Places In Bukit Bintang - Fashion And Entertainment Hub!

Kuala Lumpur's party central and shopping hub, Bukit Bintang is famous the world over. But did you know the area can offer more than a good night life and retail therapy? Listed in this article are a variety of venues for mixed entertainment in Bukit Bintang.

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Chill At Changkat Bukit Bintang

This is a popular hot spot for hanging out after dinner. Changkat Bukit Bintang is a side street lined with a variety of cafes, pubs and bars. Located at the back of Jalan Bukit Bintang the street is easy to locate. A chic hotspot for night owls and pub crawls some of the best restaurants in KL are located there. Changkat Bukit Bintang is not just for entertainment. Explore the architecture, since most of the outlets there are housed within pre-war colonial style shop-houses. They have been fully restored to house the chic entertainment venues. Look for a well-located Bukit Bintang hotel to make sightseeing easy. There are plenty of international chains like Travelodge Hotels Asia, to choose from.

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Be A Foodie At Jalan Alor

This is the heart and soul of street food in Bukit Bintang. Perfect to explore when you need a break from the chic pubs, bars and restaurants. Besides, street food in Malaysia is awesome. This strip is made up of open-air hawker stalls complete with plastic chairs and tables. As well as rows of Chinese seafood restaurants offering the comforts of air-conditioned dining. Aromatic skewers of beef, grilled chicken, noodles and a range of desserts are top favourites at this foodie's bazaar. A pretty good reason to leave your hotel in Bukit Bintang and go explore.

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Explore The Berjaya Times Square

The Times Square building is listed to be the 5th largest in the world. The twin tower building consists of 48 storeys and is a shopping and dining mecca. There is a staggering array of 65 food outlets and 1000 retail shops to explore. Shopping is economical there, due to the presence of small boutiques offering a range of affordable goods. The entertainment is pretty awesome. Asia's biggest theme park is located there, together with a 9 screen movie theatre. A bowling alley and even an archery range add to the line-up. Mind you, the theme park even has a roller coaster!

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Enjoy The Views From KL Tower

The KL Tower or Menara KL is located at the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, translation Pineapple Hill. This structure too is an iconic landmark in KL. At a height of 421 metres, the tower is taller than the Petronas Towers and even boasts a better viewing platform. Make sure to visit the revolving restaurant there – Atmosphere 360!

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Browse Central Market

For a dose of culture and shopping for handicrafts, visit Central Market. The area was once a wet market. Today after an intense facelift the Central Market is now a popular culture hub. Explore the maze of stalls selling handicrafts, souvenirs, traditional Malaysian batiks and a range of other local products.

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