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Brickfields is a neighborhood near KL Sentral. The British used to produce quality bricks here for their buildings in the old town. Indians (often Hindu Tamils) settled here in large numbers and the area is now also refered to as Little India. Not to be...More
Nearby the KL Sentral station, it is located in the brickfields neighborhood in KL city. Lot of Indian residents and Indian owned shops and restaurants are located in this area. There are Indian jewelry shops, clothing stores and many Indian restaurants specializing in serving battered...More
I was expecting more to be honest. It’s just one road with shops lining both sides mainly selling Indian clothing, jewellery, grocers and some restaurants. The most interesting part was a small alley where you can watch stall keepers making up floral garlands. At least...More
We struggled to get a decent restaurant that served halal food that was not vegetarian.
The stores all sold similar things and it was nothing different or outstanding.
It was easy to get there from kL Sentral.
On a previous visit to kL this was...More
This place is literally looks like you are in South India, we even spotted Bollywood songs being played in different shops. As the Petaling street in KL have all Chinese store, food and even people, this place is full of Indian things, specially the street...More
Little India is in brickfields in KL, I was expecting something wow... but it’s just a normal long road with lots of Tamil clothes shops, beauty salons and food place. We ate in one and the food looked nice but taste was not there. Plus...More
Like any other small cultural enclaves across the world such as Chinatown in New York. Little India acts as a cultural hub for Indians and the locals to shop for Indian goods and other Indian exports. It's a great place to visit as a foreigner...More
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Yes it is very easy to get taxis. You can go taxionline and book. It cost us about 100 dollars. I did the taxi booking online for both arrival and departure. After that u keep the receipt and when book ask for "Meet and... More
Yes it is very easy to get taxis. You can go taxionline and book. It cost us about 100 dollars. I did the taxi booking online for both arrival and departure. After that u keep the receipt and when book ask for "Meet and great." They will pick u with your name on a board. Or else when you arrive there is taxipoint u can book and they will send u a taxi. Taxis drives whole night and it is very safe.
In Kuala Lumpur there are the Petronas Towers, the fountains at night outside the towers, China Town, Brickfields, the Royal Palace, Central Market, there are gardens, Batu Caves are not an expensive taxi ride away they are... More
In Kuala Lumpur there are the Petronas Towers, the fountains at night outside the towers, China Town, Brickfields, the Royal Palace, Central Market, there are gardens, Batu Caves are not an expensive taxi ride away they are worth a visit. I like just soaking up the atmosphere.
I haven't been to Langkawi but I'm told the beaches are lovely.