This place is very unique, there are many elements about India, it is simply a reduced version of India, which makes people come to the exotic.
We had a great morning here and it was a great experience. First take the express train to Brickfield, then take the monorail back. We walked through Brickfield. This is a wonderful cultural appreciation and shopping experience. There are many things with Indian culture to buy and watch, and there are also some great jewelry shops. I bought some beautiful gold earrings. Their prices are cheaper than those in Australia. They told me that the gold came from Dubai and was the same as the gold found in Singapore and so on. They are charged according to grams, which are cheaper than hometown prices. There are many traditional foods here. As the name suggests, when you see this mall, you will feel that you are in India instead of Kuala Lumpur. There are various shops for jewelry, clothing, food, etc. You can also buy Indian incense, souvenirs from Dharshan Temple, Perumal Temple, Anjenia Temple, Mahmouni Temple, etc... This is a must-see attraction in Kuala Lumpur...
This place has change a lot. They develope many building compared to decade ago. As i don't come here too frequent so i was so surprised with so many high rises building. Anyway, don't park on sideway unless you want a free 'ticket'. The ABC Bistro restaurant had a great cooker but, eventually the price is unbeliveable. For a basic meal with Milo Ice about 15RM.
Vibrant Brickfields is home to Little India, a colorful maze of textile shops and jewelry stores, plus low-key restaurants serving dosa pancakes and banana-leaf curries.Over by KL Sentral station there's a mix of laid-back trattorias, upscale bistros and classy cocktail bars. Sri Kandaswamy Kovil is a Hindu temple with golden statues, while Buddhist Maha Vihara temple features a bodhi tree and domed pagoda.
Little India Brickfields is a vastly different world than nearby Bangsar. Brickfields is Malaysia’s official Little India and used to be a simple residential neighbourhood just outside KL but was recently transformed into a wide street with Indian stores and restaurants run by the country’s Indian community
lot's of attractive places,food n affordable hotels
as the name suggests,the area is mini India where you can find many Indian restaurant and shops .A few hotels located here.A busy road and very hard to get parking
Preston_Dominguez: Jalan Travers to Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur 50470, Malaysia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Petaling Street,Merdeka Square,National Mosque,National Museum of Malaysia,Royal Museum (Old National Palace)