Bukit Bintang, also known as Star Avenue or Star Hill, is one of the most lively places in downtown Kuala Lumpur. For a period of time after the war, this became a fashionable area in Kuala Lumpur for nightclubs, shops, and open-air markets. These days, it is known for its large shopping malls featuring famous brands from all around the world, making it an ideal shopping destination.
The Malay name of Bukit Bintang is Bukit Bintang. Bukit means mountain in Chinese, while Bintang means star, so it can be literally translated into "Star Hill" in Chinese. The name comes from BB Park, which is situated in Jinhe Square and the original site of Wuji Freeden Shopping Center. In the post-war period, it used to be the most fashionable area in Kuala Lumpur because of its nightclubs, shops, cinemas and open-air markets. In the 1970s, because of the rise of entertainment places in other areas, Wuji Free Deng declined. But because in 1977, when the largest shopping mall in Malaysia, Jinhe Square, opened, Wuji Mieden regained its former glory and became the main and most famous shopping mall in Malaysia. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, a Kuala Lumpur shopping mall in Wuji. There are large Sephora, Prada, Hermes, Mikimoto, Versace, Topshop, and non-printed products. There are at least five shopping malls in a small area. Starhill-Gallary Star Shopping Center, the world's first-class brand cluster, high-end atmospheric grade. BBPlaza, BB Square - Young people like it, local people like it. There are Department stores, sometimes clothes, but also sales of cameras, computers and other digital electrical products. Lot10 - Green appearance, more eye-catching, gathered more fashionable brands, the underground floor has a supermarket. The "No. 10 Hutong" which is the most famous old food in Malaysia is on the bottom floor of Lot10.
Kuala Lumpur is a busy commercial center block. It goes during the Spring Festival. It has the atmosphere of Spring Festival. Here you can see Kuala Lumpur Tower and Twin Star Tower in the forest of skyscrapers. They are very green and tropical.
Wuji free-boarding is the largest commercial district in Kuala Lumpur. Monorail trains, free buses and double-decker sightseeing buses all have Wuji free-boarding station, which is very convenient. I stayed in Kuala Lumpur for three days and went to Times Square of Success more often. It was more economical to buy daily necessities, fruits and drinks in supermarkets on the ground floor.
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It's the biggest shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. We went there by free bus. If we want to leave here by free bus, it's really super crowded. There are so many shopping malls. When we go there are also shows. We can buy as much as we like. There is also Wuji Wudang, which is very close to Arrow Street. It's only about 7 minutes'walk. You can eat durian and the legendary Huang Yahua snack bar. Experience the capital temperament of Kuala Lumpur is the first choice.
It's worth visiting shopping malls, where cosmetics are very cheap, delicious and interesting, and there are many Chinese waiters. It's beautiful inside. It's the twin towers coming out, Zan. Ding Taifeng and Xiaolang Baozan are recommended for food.
Bukit Bintang is the commercial and financial center of Kuala Lumpur. The most prosperous business circle. Unlike the klcc, the Vuji Freedom Zone offers more variety of food, drink and play. You can sit down and read books or taste Niangjiao dessert when you are tired. ???