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.
Bustling shopping district with haggling vendors offering a range of goods, from clothing to food. it is also known as KL china town . there are many range of food from the local wanton mee to ingram worhty cafe . skip those cafe unless u wan a good cup of coffee . try the local food , cheap and good . but most if local food shop open till late noon only , as the street transform into a night bazzar , after sundown . is nice to walk around but there is noting to buy unless u are into fake product . do avoid those taxi waiting at the entrance . but is hard to book a grab over at this area .
Beautiful authentic Chinese street in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Market sellers there sell a lot of souveneers and clothes, you can bargain there if you like. You can also find a street parallel to the Petaling to find a Chinese temple with a traditional courtyard. There is a great Hindu temple nearby. Must-see in Kuala Limpur.
Cichang Street is a Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. It is located in the south of Kuala Lumpur's old city. Although it is small, it is very busy. Especially every night, it is more like a festival. It is a famous night market in Kuala Lumpur. It sells everything from Chinese clothing and cloth to Chinese herbal medicine. And here and in the central market are also places for selling water, fake goods and cheap goods, with clothes and watches in the majority. There are many Chinese restaurants and snack shops on Hanlaiji Road and Sudan Road. After nightfall, tables and chairs will be put on the road. There are many people here for supper. Chinatown still maintains a strong flavor of life in Chinese cities, reflecting all aspects of Chinese culture. Walking through the streets here, everything seems so familiar. Chinese archways, Chinese buildings, Chinese street stalls, all kinds of fruits and food from China, Chinese restaurants with various local flavors... The stores here are basically run by Chinese people, with striking Chinese signs and advertisements hanging inside and outside the stores. The stores operate all kinds of daily necessities, such as department stores, groceries and so on. Street teahouses, restaurants, traditional Chinese medicine stores, Chinese bookstores, small hotels, supermarkets and so on, everything. Every night, Chinatown is classified as a pedestrian area. It's a good place for shopping. There are many kinds of stalls on both sides of the street. There are crowded people in the gap between the stalls. It's really exciting! In this night market, you can see clothing stalls, jewelry stalls, handicraft stalls, snack stalls everywhere. Many restaurants put open-air tables in front of their doors before nightfall. That variety of Chinese food is very popular with foreigners. As a part of Kuala Lumpur's multi-culture, Chinatown makes more people in the world feel the splendid traditional culture of China and enjoy the joy of Oriental charm.
shopping spree and food are the best things to do on this very busy street in KL, i been here with my husband and here you will really see that Malaysia is truly an Asia!
Cichang Street is Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown, rich in the unique style of Chinese living areas. For foreigners, Cichang Street is a shopping paradise, for locals, she is more like a food paradise. In the evening, the night in Cichang Street is very noisy. There are two faces. One is an open-air seat dominated by foreigners. A whole row of tables are covered with red tablecloths. At 6 p.m., many foreigners leisurely place ice beer and side dishes, drink and chat, and watch the passers-by.
Come on, this is Chinatown in Malaysia. It's like being in night markets and wholesale markets in Guangdong. All kinds of high imitation watches are dazzling. Various kinds of flip-flops and fake Adinek make you dazzled. In short, all kinds of world famous brands are in full bloom. There's only one thing you need to do to get here. That's to eat. Everything in this street is fake except food. That night, I met a Russian couple who used their millet mobile phones to take photos and sell photos to travel around the world.
Cichang Street, the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, is located in the southern part of Kuala Lumpur's old urban area. Although it is small in area, it is very busy. Especially every night, it is more like a festival. Many people come here to have supper. It sells everything from Chinese clothing and cloth to Chinese herbal medicine. Chinatown still maintains a strong flavor of life in Chinese cities, reflecting all aspects of Chinese culture. Walking in the streets here, everything seems so familiar! It's only two stops to Cichang Street, but there must be a transfer to Central Station. Kuala Lumpur Metro is very convenient. It's good to eat the tortoise Ling ointment recommended by advertisements. Recommend!
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.
Here is to eat a big meal, like to eat noodles go to Jinlian Ji, like to eat a meal to come to a praise Wabao chicken rice plus a roast fish, a cup of local longan herbal tea to quench thirst, before leaving to eat a bowl of turtle Ling ointment to clear heat and detoxify
Cichang Street is also called China town, English is China Town, taxi said China town knows that every country seems to have a China town, ranking first in the list of attractions, as a Chinese, if you can punch China town in each country, to find out the difference is also a pleasure. Although it's Chinatown, there are still many local features. Generally speaking, it is a buying, eating and eating area, a bit like pedestrian streets in China, one shop after another, such as the weekend night market in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Wangfujing, Beijing. We went in the afternoon and the shops were almost open. It's very lively. I bought a pair of pants with local characteristics, more than 40 yuan, and some mangosteen (very cheap!). I also bought some souvenirs, which are worth buying. Don't hesitate to buy souvenirs here, because the price is very low, unless you have a better place to go, you won't regret buying them. Generally speaking, it's worth recommending. It's good to leave half a day for slipping.