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“arab street”(6 reviews)
“happening place”(13 reviews)
“low yat plaza”(9 reviews)
The city's premier shopping, dining, etc. street.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a great idea to have a sheltered walkway between two major tourist destinations ( when it's bloody hot ) so the next time you visit the Petrona Towers just walk down hill about 1/2 a kilometre and you will see the start of the...More

Thank termalert
Reviewed 13 July 2018

watching band at bukit bintang, night club is nice, a lot of choice of bvar,night club, food court also provide various food from multiple taste.

Thank jaemel00
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Great variety of food (local,Arabic, Western), exotic or simple, lots of shopping stores with good bargains (eg handbags, gadgets etc) and many international coffee outlets to chill and sip aromatic coffee.

Thank Hariharan K
Reviewed 25 June 2018

Vibrant & interesting part of KL. Shopping malls, restaurants, bars, cafe , massage places & grt hawker food at night. If the heat gets to you, just slip into one of the many air conditioned malls for a reprieve & continue. We stayed in the...More

Thank malabarber
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Being located in Bukit Bintang, the walk all through the streets was so helpful that there was no necessity to take a taxi. All along the footpaths that went up to the Pavillion Mall and connecting with the KLCC walkway and further down that connects...More

1  Thank Donald D
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Must-go for tourists that visit KL for the first time Place with shopping malls, wide range of eateries. Heart of KL

Thank Mei Xin C
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Loved this place, colourful street with many small eateries, clubs are right across the street. One has choices of Satay, local Malay food, desserts and drinks Not too expensive either

Thank 911mahimat
Reviewed 3 May 2018

The light, sound, food, shopping and good peoples from all around the world. Really a good place one can enjoy in the evening and night. We had a good shopping experience here with good food with color. We bought one twin tower showpiece and lots...More

Thank Rajadas2014
Reviewed 2 March 2018 via mobile

Sidewalks are so jammed with people, you must push your way thru the crowd. Many sidewalk cafes with a large variety of world-wide cuisines. The Pavilion Mall is beautiful with all the high-end designer retailers. The Christmas decor is the most spectacular I have ever...More

1  Thank Michael M
Reviewed 24 February 2018

this street is full of shops , fast foods and restaurants , cafe and ... it never stops . till morning you can see many people singing , walking , dancing and .. at this street. there are also many places for massage at this...More

1  Thank Mostafa S
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derrick g
27 October 2015|
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Response from RazifYusoff |
Hi Derrick, situation has vastly improved as I'm staying in the city centre for one month and has been a joy walking around. But this is KL (or Malaysia for that matter), constructions are everywhere. Back to topic, compared... More