Petaling Street is Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, famous for selling handicrafts, clothing and delicious local specialties in restaurants tucked away in side streets and alleys. There are famous Malay Chinese dishes served at restaurants like Lifeng Tea Ice Room, Wang Jinlian Chicken, Han Kee Congee Shop, Longji Barbecue, Chinatown Shengji, Luo Han Guo Longyan Rock Candy Winter Melon and more.
It is very close to klcc, KL center, twin towers, Kuala Lumpur tower, mosque, Malaysia National museum, Muslim Art Museum and so on. It has convenient transportation and a free bus Kl Go is available on the nearest road. Attached are maps of twin towers, squares and museums. Additional drop maps are also attached for your reference. If you need them urgently, you can see these subway pictures directly.
Chinatown, there is a special atmosphere in the evening. Mouse powder is super delicious! __________ (No mice, actually fried mealworms) and Malaysia's famous meat and bone tea, which tastes like Chinese medicine. Anyway, I don't like it, but it's here. I recommend it.
Petaling street known as Chinatown is indeed full of shopping, very busy and lively. though not your usual Chinatown. it's a place of varieties, from cuisines to wears and wares, cheap and affordable items even though the sellers put up a high price it's negotiable, an awesome night life. If you are a shopperholic and an explorer then Petaling street is the place for you.
Really Good stuffs within budget. But be careful and alert from theives
plenty of chinese foods here if you would like to try chinese foods
Great food court with typical malay dishes! this prawn mee was delicious!
Petaling Street vey buzy
My stay in Chinatown was a wonderful experience.
The best place in kuala lumpur if your looking for gift shops