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Enter the gate and it feels and smells like China. Plenty of souvenirs. Leave the main street and go backstreet to find the local market with fish and vegetables. Also you wil find restaurants that prepare your food from the available fresh stuff from the...More
I had read that China Town is kind of the main tourist hub of downtown, but I wasn't very impressed...at all. I stayed in Little India, which is right next door, and walked over to Petaling Street, which had nothing but the same old tourist...More
We went there to find Gucci outfits for kids.
We brought them Gucci T-shirt, shorts and Gucci shoes for my 6-year-old. He loves it.
We also grab some satay sticks for a bite to eat.
Good for souvenirs as gifts for family and...More
Within easy walking distance in Kuala Lumpur is the Central Markets and Chinatown. Both of these lcataions are worthy of a vist and together give some hours of pleasant walking and looking (and buying for some). They are in easy walking distance of a railway...More
Filthy streets, market stall holders
Follow and harass you to purchase
Something. I personally wouldn’t eat some of the food here with the hygiene of these people spitting on street in front of you. I understand eating with your hands is the norm here, but...More
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