Yes Kuala Lumpur is more than that. I am sure many of us will agree that when we think of going to Kuala Lumpur, the most talked about stories is of Bukit Bintang and KLCC. The most published picture in modern Kuala Lumpur is also, I think, of Petronas Twin Tower. On one aspect, both places do represent Kuala Lumpur but to know Kuala Lumpur is to see other areas too.
No doubt Bukit Bintang has become the most attractive place to visit in Kuala Lumpur. It is a concentration of shopping complexes, entertainment and food and is lively 24/7. There are shopping complexes such as Pavillion KL, KL Plaza, Lot 10 and the Siamese twins of BB Plaza and Sungai Wang Plaza. Bukit Bintang too has the Berjaya Time Square with shopping lots, the attraction of Cosmo’s World Indoor Theme Park and hotel to add up to shoppers looking for choice.
If one savour local food, do not forget Jalan Alor where the whole street is dedicated to hawker stalls serving Chinese, Indian, Thai, Malay and fusion foods. Middle East Tourist can get a taste of home food from restaurants serving them along Jalan Bukit Bintang opposite Lot 0.
One building that never missed the lips of IT and computer savvy people is Low Yatt Plaza. It has turn out to be the largest one stop computer shopping venue after taking over from Imbi Plaza. Go HERE for a 3D location map for Bukit Bintang.
Historical Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur Central