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Sample mouthwatering dumplings, then revel in the shopping fervor and bag a bargain at the lively Petaling Street Market.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
As featured in 3 days in Kuala Lumpur
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Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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+60 17-537 4272
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Reviewed today via mobile

Loved this market. Has everything you need just as any other Chinatown in the world. Just a small advice, try to have a local friend with you to do the bargain in their language. You will definitely get better price and be always nice to...More

Thank Elkouteini
Reviewed today via mobile

Very cool place Where you cand fina alot of fake items. You can visit central market to its very close 5 minutes walk. In chinatown you can find t-shirt gym-shorts alot of mobile speakers and headphones. Dont forget to bargin. Start whit 50% the slowly...More

Thank toon8
Reviewed today via mobile

You have to have energy to negotiate. Some things are ok and others not. Souvenirs are cheap. I didn’t really like the atmosphere.

Thank Tracy N
Reviewed today

Like many other cities Kl has China Town as shoppers delight. Copies of Premium and Top Luxury Brands are sold from small Road side stalls. Visit multiple shops to get an idea about the Product and Prices. Products are of different qualities so bargain to...More

Thank akrbby
Reviewed yesterday

Also better known as Petaling Street to the locals. As a visitor be ready to hone your bargaining skills for the various merchandise on display. This include what I would call "genuine" fake watches, branded hand bags, clothes and etc. It's recommended to check prices...More

Thank ongmck
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's a nice place to go but beware of traders who likes to slash U and up the price rocket high. Beware of pickpockets too. It is best to go in a group if you are a lady or not familiar with the place.

Thank Ezra A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

As we all aware that, most of the item sell at China Town are not ORIGINAL , buat is nice to visit. We must bargain all the item at least 25-30% from the price they offered. Once they agreed with your bargain price please buy...More

Thank isaj157
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well its a big Market filled up with some Chinese and many Bengalis + Indians selling copy of most of the branded products ranging from make up to clothes. Only way to buy super cheap stuff is to pretend that you are aleady broke and...More

Thank Furqan H
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

1 of the big shopping districts that very importantly is covered so even if it's raining you can keep shopping. There are also bars and restaurants you can visit during the day and the night..

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We went on an evening and was overwhelmed with how busy it was. Having a 7, 13 and 16yr old, they didn't feel it was for them as we were literary brushed other visitors.

Thank Hani4a
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Heliconnia
September 16, 2018|
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Response from IranDriverGuide S | Reviewed this property |
They are usually open, and even on holiday days some of them are open. Please note that in China town, when shopping, you can considerably reduce the price with respectful dialogue.
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sweetsayang
February 5, 2018|
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Response from FoodiFamily | Reviewed this property |
The risk of going to dodgy places s it might not be real at least from malls you know you’ll be getting genuine stuff. I bought some gold from the mall earlier and that was the advice given by the locals from non-gold shops... More
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sfm98765
February 4, 2018|
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Response from nelsonchee | Reviewed this property |
I am pretty sure many of the eatery stalls are closed as 16 Feb is the first day of Chinese New Year. Many shops operated by the Chinese will be closed but you can go to the major shopping malls such as Pavillion, KLCC... More
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