They have almost everything here. Knock-off of course. But if you seeking a cheap stuff so this place is right for you.
About Little India - Kuala Lumpur
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hese attractions can be visited through the Brickfields Guided Walking Tour, held every first and third Saturday, starting at 9.30am from the YMCA. Run by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Brickfields’ fascinating history is explained in detail through the walk.
This was a fun place for getting a lot of things Indian, but since we were not shoppers & did not need to buy anything it was just browsing & sitting down for some cold fruit juices to take a break from all the walking...More
Came this place feel like at India .Because the atmosphere around all about India the food,souvenir ,people and flowers .I very like to eat India Food Karee and the price is reasonable and tasty so good. I buy sari many discount thats why i like...More
Nice place to see..even if a bit problematic with somebody in a wheelchair. But full of life and good shopping possibilities.
You will get all what you think of, cheaper and reliable.. Of time the crowd is really bad, which needs to take self care of your self
If one needs anything Indian, then this is one of the places to go to in KL. The food, the clothes, jewellery, trinkets and even groceries all make for a conundrum accompanied by loud music from loudspeakers blaring to gain the discerning shopper's attention. Parking...More
Little India is very noisy with music blasting down the whole street. Shopping is OK if you want to purchase Indian sari's etc but not for much else. There are many restaurants with cheap Indian food. We found it more photographic than anything else but...More
Sept.2017 . I ve been here two Times and it was a little bit disappointed . I bought some DVDs with Bollywood Movies and went back . I've been in Singapore Little India , that was much nicer .
It was interesting to see this area, but didn't score as highly as Chinatown for us. I still would recommend to other travelers to visit.