Posted on: September 28, 2019 Posted by: earlenehands Comments: 32

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Bukit Bintang daytime and nightlife | Vlog 2



What to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia? Here you’ll see Bukit Bintang, with Low Yat Plaza, Changkat and Jalan Alor. Kuala Lumpur (and Bukit Bintang more precisely) is a shopping and entertainment center in Malaysia to be experienced by every traveler. Jalan Alor food street is a must, it’s where you can get your favorite Malaysia or Asian food or try something new. If you’re into Kuala Lumpur nightlife, Changkat Bukitbintang is within walking distance.

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We visited the Petronas twin towers, KLCC Park and Suria KLCC shopping mall

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What are the other things to do in Kuala Lumpur and Bukit Bintang specifically? Some of the best shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur that we didn’t include in the video are Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Starhill Gallery KL and Berjaya Times Square, in addition to Plaza Low Yat that appears in the vlog.

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  1. 8:08 The brown thing in the middle is probably gula melaka (literally Malacca Sugar). It's a palm sugar, sometimes made out of coconut palm. If you visit Melaka (where I'm studying now for uni), you'll see many food and drinks made with gula melaka.

  2. The host lacks asia culture knowledge, "banana leaf" when it's actually Pandan leaf. There is so much nice street food, but instead there are more upmarket areas being recommended. Husband doesn't seem spontaneous and dont seem comfortable in an Asia environment as compared to his wife.

  3. Bukit bintang……. A lovely place to be …. I stayed in bukit bintang…. Again inviting you to visit Bangladesh soon 🙂

  4. We are sorry if you feel uncomfortable and inconvinient with the Banglas around. They are working in here..

    They so much put The Kuala Lumpur into the down below. I hope GO KL will only accept the Malaysian and the tourist.

  5. In english Bukit Bintang can be translated into Starhill, I guessed that's why it was made to be a shopping district, cool name…

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