The most popular tourist spot of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown epitomises multi-cultural Malaysia. It is a bustling, colourful street, jam-packed with trinket stalls, curio shops, hawker centres and outlandish tourists. Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur is centred on Petaling Street and both are often confused by the tourists.
Chinatown is a bargain hunter's paradise with flea markets selling all kinds of knick-knacks. It is also the multi-cultural neighborhood where Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist temples and mosques are crammed shoulder to shoulder. When in Chintown, do not miss eating at the Madras lane hawker stalls serving the most delectable street food of Malaysia.
Also referred to as ’Chee Cheong Kai’ (Starch Factory Street), Chinatown was once a tapioca-producing district. The fastest way of reaching here is through the public transport.
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