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    You can go to Jalan Alor...everything you need... over 9 years ago

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    Hey, Mike:

    I agree with Parpy. Jalan Alor is FANTASTIC. It’s easiest to arrive at the Bukit Bintang monorail stop and walk. It isn't hard to find from here at all.

    The Chow Kit market also has some great hawker stands. Chow Kit Market is located at the Northern end of Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman The market can be reached by KL Monorail easily. You'll get off the monorail at the station "Chow Kit"

    You might also try the basement of Lot 10. It has a mall, but the food court is set up with all very, very authentic traditional street foods--it is a great hygienic way to same some street food mainstays. Lot 10 has a Web site here:www.lot10.com.my/--you get there from the Bukit Bintang monorail station. over 9 years ago

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    IF you do not have much of the time to try all the hawkers' food... some of the best if not all... try Lot10 Hutong..

    Lot 10 Hutong serves some of the best KL's hawkers food under one roof, featuring more than 20 food outlets. These outlets survived over three generations, serving only the best in local Malaysian cuisine. The food here is non-halal and they make sure the 'hawkers' will be cooking in their original style throughout the generations; if it uses a charcoal fire, it stays that way. over 9 years ago

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    Lot 10 has all the famous food stall franchises. Though it is still a bit pricey for Malaysian standard over 9 years ago

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    Jalan Alore for sure over 9 years ago

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