Summoning all night-owls! Have a blast in KL...
Posted on 29 March 2018
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. But to some, Kuala Lumpur is also the nightlife capital of South East Asia. The bright lights, vibrant colours and lively people will almost certainly make you forget it is the night. Instead, you'll just want to explore, jouney out and party.
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Petaling Street is sometimes called ‘Chee Cheong Kai’, meaning ‘Starch Factory Street’ this makes reference to its past history as the centrepoint tapioca flour production. Today, Petaling Street has become a national staple, composed of a plethora vendors selling goods and foods.
Petaling Street entrance. Photo taken by: PPS
For under RM10, you could buy a Rolex watch or a Louis Vuitton bag here in Petaling Street. Quite obviously, these are not originals, despite the rather ironic warning sign board that disallows the sale of imitation products. Although we do not ever encourage purchasing fraudulent products, we still hold the belief that Petaling Street is amazing.
Market place galore for shoppers. Photo taken by: GoKL
The food, the ambience and the bustling nature of Petaling Street truly depicts an authentic Kuala Lumpur feel, summarised perfectly by one mere street. Be sure to try some delightful local cuisine. The food stalls and Petaling Street alike is typically open up till early dawn. So enjoying Petaling Street is an experience for even the latest of night-owls.
Foodies experience at Petaling Street. Photo taken by: TravelFeeder
Looking for a night of fun, entertainment and liveliness? Look no further, Changkat, Bukit Bintang is well-regarded as the ‘it’ factor for holding some of the best party venues in the country. As the night emerges, the bars, pubs, clubs, posh cocktail lounges, and restaurants lighten up and turns into one of the busiest and lively places in all of the country.
Vibrant nightlife experience at Changkat. Photo taken by: Hotels
If you are based around the Golden Triangle Area or had a shopping spree at Bukit Bintang, you can very easily access Changkat and avoid the immense traffic jam. So take our advice and avoid driving or taking a cab directly to Changkat during peak hours, starting from 9pm. Instead, you should stop off at Jalan Bukit Bintang, Jalan Raja Chulan, or Jalan Nagasari and walk to Changkat while you relish in the gorgeous city lights of Kuala Lumpur.
Changkat. Photo taken by: QueenieFoodieChamber
Revitalised and newly relocated to the gentrified TREC entertainment hub, home to 11 nightlife concepts, Zouk KL stands as the iconic superclub that uniquely combines the likes of the nightclub, the bar, live music venues and restaurant.
Zouk nightclub. Photo taken by: BridgeCLubbers
Featuring some of the best clubbing experiences in the country, and hosting some of the the most internationally renowned DJs such as Paul Van Dyk, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Laidback Luke and Tiesto. Themed nights, coupled with refreshing decor, Zouk is truly a well-executed nightlife experience for all party-lovers everywhere.
Zouk DJ events. Photo taken by: thehive
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