Chinatown's Petaling Street is one of Kuala Lumpur's most popular tourist destinations. In the evenings, part of the road is ... More
Chinatown's Petaling Street is one of Kuala Lumpur's most popular tourist destinations. In the evenings, part of the road is closed to traffic and it transforms itself into a bustling night market. A line of stalls come to life in front of the pre-war shops, offering products of every description, from fake leather goods to the obligatory Dunhill watches. The area attracts many locals and visitors in search of bargain items, including inexpensive dresses, shoes, fabrics, and souvenirs.
malaysia, might have a nicer looks airpor than heathrow or even changi singapore, but the service is slow, the limo service is ridiculous too.
it has one of the highest tower, but, nothing u can get form there.
petaling street, popular for its cheap stuff many years ago, but, now, is not cheap compare to many other shopping paradise country. all the stuff sell there are fake and lowest grade in quality.
the whole country is like a dump place.
It's very big and modern building and inside also have a museum before u go up to 42th floor it's a bird's eye view and have about 10 minute to be around. at the downstais it have a height machine u can measure with it.
A very very cool place. I am not someone who likes to shop along those "market-like" streets. Even HK's women street did not attract me as much as Petaling street. The atmosphere and the people are what I miss most. The things are so so so cheap. I do not have to bargain with them, the vendors will automatically cut the price down when I do not agree to the price and wanted to walk off. For RM10, I am able to get LV, Bornia goods. No doubt they are imitations, but for RM10, they are really worth it. Petaling Street - a place full of fond memories...
Nothing to like about this place. Have been to many 'chinatown' but this have got to be the worst. People are rude, food stalls are dirty. There is not a single decent restaurant in the area. Not a very safe place for women daytime/nighttime.
This is a super budget place, from souvenirs to imitation bags and watches. But it's not that cheap compared to the budget markets and malls in the Philippines but still people here are friendly and food are very tasty and yummy. From Paser seni LRT station walk to Jalan Sultan to Petalling street. You can also see the Central Market and the mosques near chinatown.
I like the place because so many goods cheaper than other places. Always crowded by sellers and buyers. But do not forget some naughty guys there offering the people going there to buy blue film.
last ramadhan I was just passing by the street, and suddenly young guy asking me whether I need blue movie for only RM 7 a piece.
Petaling street is really interesting to visit. Lots of foreigners from western countries visiting that place.
the place is very cramped with tourists. it is very difficult to move around. i dare not bring my children to shop there, they will get lost. even i lost my husband once, while i m browsing at some t-shirts. so scary if you walk alone.
I took the Backpackers Package at RM260 nett for 2 nights with free breakfast in a double room. The hotel has a great location, right in the heart of Chinatown and near 2 light rail transport stations. Reasonable value for money. You get airconditioning, TV, free coffee/tea, card key access and 1 hr free internet. However, the room is small, there is no power shower and I killed the biggest bedbug I ever saw this morning!
I LIKE THIS PLACE BECAUSE THERE IS A LOT OF THINGS TO SHOP....PRICE ARE QUITE RELIABLE OVER HERE..DISLIKE THE CROWD AT NIGHT,I CAN'T WALK THROUGH THE CRAMPS AND CAN'T SPEND MORE TIME TO DO SHOPPING AS THE PLACE IS QUITE CRAMP...
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