Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and is where the country’s parliament is based; however it is the nightlife that attracts tourists from around the world. [Malaysia Travel]
Food from every corner of the earth can be enjoyed here meaning there really is something for everyone.
Restaurants come in all shapes and sizes and the atmosphere can vary greatly.
Karaoke is very popular in some places especially the Klang valley region. Often musicians will play and the menu can be appreciated to the background of singers and even bands.
Street food is provided by a multitude of Mamak stalls, all selling traditions with Malaysian fare, usually twenty four hours per day and seven days a week.
No-one needs to go hungry in Kuala Lumpur with the different dishes available. These have expanded rapidly in recent years to meet consumer demand.
If you want to mix with the locals rather than stay with the tourist crowd then it is worth trying some of the local bars and pubs that Kuala Lumpur has to offer.
Areas like Hartamas and Bangsar are where the popular ones located on streets with surprising elegance combined with rowdy patrons.
The city usually come alive after ten at night when the many night clubs become packed and a heady mixture of tourists and students blend with other individuals.
Clubs are well run and offer a decent range of alcoholic beverages to suit all tastes. Often popular shopping areas have good night life and many hotels also have an adjoining members club.
If you love the hub of a busy city and relish a lively nightlife then Kuala Lumpur may well be just the place for you.