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Entertainment happening start at 7 p.m till 2.00 a.m. A lot of Street Buskers performs their shows, stall selling art, food, gadget, foot massage along the road. Careful of pick pocket and others unknown person ask for money or something. Security and others authorities personals...More
As is often the case with listings on Tripadvisor it is unclear what is exactly meant by the listing's heading (in this case) Bintang walk. According to info on Tripadvisor 'about' it is a street (perhaps jalan Bukit Bintang), according to the tourist office it...More
Great idea but food stalls close early this should be on par with Japan Alor but alas it falls short just because 90% of the outlets are closed evenings. Likely needs more advertising to get people through the walk to encourage later closing times...... Someone...More
This runs in the Bukit Bintang area and is a pedestrian haven from the traffic. There are lots of shops and bars. There are "hawkers" selling some amazing foods, your nose will take you straight there...everyone heads there..
We lived 200 m from that street, so passed at least twice a day that area. You can do all kind of shopping (top (Pavillion) and local) and you can find many good Japanese and local restaurants and sisha. For shopping try to avoid peak...More
This pedestrian walk is actually a very broad walkway running along the busiest road in KL (Bukit Bintang Road). It runs from Pavilion Mall at one end and ends about 1Km down the road. Its sort of like Broadway in NYC. "Bintang" is a malay...More
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
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 to 2015, it is much much better I feel as the mega MRT (train) construction is in touching up stages.