Kuala Lumpur Central Market is located in the center of the capital city of Malaysia. It is a historic building. Originally a vegetable market, it has now been transformed into a concentrated place for tourist products. There is a short pedestrian street next to the building, which mainly houses a few souvenirs and food stalls.
The market is quite lively, not far from the nearby pedestrian street, you can go shopping by the way, but the things are not particularly worth buying, because many of them are made by small workshops.
Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market has a history of more than 100 years. The market gathers handicrafts, batik crafts, food and specialty products from all over Malaysia, and is very popular among locals and tourists. In addition, it is very cost-effective to exchange ringgits here, which is much cheaper than the airport.
I really don't understand what to go shopping, maybe there are too many places to go, this kind of thing is not new, many things feel that they are made in China, and even the same as some tourist attractions in China. No features, boring! Things are quite expensive!