Travelling to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia next month...any suggestions on what to see...must try restaurants...street food??
Suggestions for restaurants and street food in Kuala Lumpur...what other suggestions?? Must see...must do recomendations?
Must try the signature food of Malaysia: Nasi Lemak and Teh Tarik. Other than that you can try otak-otak, durian (tropical fruits). The bigger hawker centre situation at Taman Megah, PJ, Ming Tian Food Court. Over 50 food stalls. You can try many foods in just one place. (Not sure if the taxi driver will know this place.)
Places you can visit is KLCC, Chinatown, Royal Selangor Pewter, Batu Caves. You can buy KL Hop On Hop Off ticket which can bring you to most of the attraction places. about 7 years ago
OK Shamira .. Jocey gave quite a comprehensive list ,,, first of all ,, depends on where you stay ,, try to get somewhere which is near to the LRT or MRT Train stations ,, Cabs are killer in Kuala Lumpur ,,, Let me suggest a list ,,,
For Breakfast ,, take a train to Brickfields ,, for a variety of northern and souther indian breakfast and lunch dishes ,, 50 over clean shops to choose from ,, after 6 pm ,,, head over to China Town which in Petaling Street ,, for ur haggling for cheap VCD'S AND WATCHES and whatever you want ,,always bargin from half of what the say ,,,then in the evening head to Jalan Alor ,, which is in BUKIT BINTANG area .. for ur Street fare ..
Dishes to try are ..sotong kangkong ,, sotong tahu bakar ,, satay ,, rojak ,, and the list goes on ..the definate Place to visit is the BATU CAVES Hindu temple ,, you will know why when u arrive there ,,, feel free to email me if u need more info ,, firstname.lastname@example.org
all the best .. about 7 years ago
Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang has a number of fun bars and restaurants. There are also a number of local restaurants in the area. The street is charming and not far from Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail....not far from Pavilion Shopping Centre...very high end shopping!! about 7 years ago