Its a street with lots of indian shops and restaurants They got some indian outfits and accessories Wasn't so big .. i was done with it in an hour .. i spent some time in sentral mall which was in the same area .. Overall...More
About Little India - Kuala Lumpur
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If you visited India , then not worth visit . It's simply loaded with Indian shops selling sarees , flowers, prayer goods and food. Reminded me of Chennai but on a much smaller scale and more expensive.
No doubt it’s a vibrant place with excellent value eateries, shops and Temples but this place like Little India in Singapore is dirty and looks shabby in night , at least part of it. Traffic is chaotic as people park right on the road and...More
A must visit place, easily accessible by train. Lots of souvenirs clothes to buy. There are more than 200 shops where you can purchase stuffs, easily you can spend 2 hours over here.
Who knew? Little India is Little. We made a point to visit Little India in the evening when we're told that the shops are most alive. It was just a block of shops selling fabric, music, and jewelry. That's it! There was hardly any visitors...More
Easily accessible by train,Little India is a great place to pick up a good deal on clothes and souvenirs.Lots of local fare,bright coloured buildings,worn apartments and trendy sky rises make this a sought after area for Indians and Asians.
as its name implies this is a small India. Very iconic Indian designs are built at the entrance. this again shows the fine blend of different ethnic groups in KL
The place only offers things for people looking to shop saree, jewelry, and Indian food. When you compare this area to China Town, you tend to see how much of a point this area is missing if this place represents India. I believe a lot...More