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Rock your way to Hard Rock with their Jumbo Combo (RM 65) which is featuring Signature Wings, Onion Rings, Tupelo Chicken Tenders, Spinach Artichoke Dip with Parmesan Flatbread and Bruschetta. Served with honey mustard, hickory barbecue sauce and blue cheese dressing. Every items comes really good. I love how the Brushetta is being served with the pluppy cubes tomatoes, and the well marinated chicken wings. All indeed nicely done. As for the Fiesta Burger (RM 52.00); the well made blend of premium grade beef together with the toasted butter bun layered with roasted jalapeno salsa, melted Jack cheese, freshly made guacamole, pico de gallo, crisp lettuce and tomato. The patty is moist and juicy and every mouthful is sinfully delicious. The moist of texture of the patty is just awesomely good. Try another special margarita madness from Hard Rock KL. The Air Mexico (RM 80) with featuring of three signature magaritas which is made with Jose Cuevo Silver Tequla and Cointreau Orange Liqueur. Choose three: Raspberry , Promogranete, Watermelon, Ble Curacao, Mango or Cucumber. Accompanied by the personal-sized potato and Pico de Gallo.
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Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur
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Rock your way to Hard Rock with their Jumbo Combo (RM 65) which is featuring Signature Wings, Onion Rings, Tupelo Chicken Tenders, Spinach Artichoke Dip with Parmesan Flatbread and Bruschetta. Served with honey mustard, hickory barbecue sauce and blue cheese dressing. Every items comes really good. I love how the Brushetta is being served with the pluppy cubes tomatoes, and the well marinated chicken wings. All indeed nicely done. As for the Fiesta Burger (RM 52.00); the well made blend of premium grade beef together with the toasted butter bun layered with roasted jalapeno salsa, melted Jack cheese, freshly made guacamole, pico de gallo, crisp lettuce and tomato. The patty is moist and juicy and every mouthful is sinfully delicious. The moist of texture of the patty is just awesomely good. Try another special margarita madness from Hard Rock KL. The Air Mexico (RM 80) with featuring of three signature magaritas which is made with Jose Cuevo Silver Tequla and Cointreau Orange Liqueur. Choose three: Raspberry , Promogranete, Watermelon, Ble Curacao, Mango or Cucumber. Accompanied by the personal-sized potato and Pico de Gallo.
The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the
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Tours Petronas
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The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve (now called KL Forest Eco-Park) is a small patch of rainforest sited in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, at the base of the towering KL Tower, one of the tallest telecommunications structures in the world. Unknown to many, it is a small green patch that still preserves many species and features of the original rainforest that covered Kuala Lumpur at one time. Although largely degraded from its original state, there are still some patches within that already tiny patch of forest that retain their original characteristics. Here the trees still stand tall, cicadas still buzz loudly all day long, and save for the sounds of the traffic outside, you would be forgiven for thinking you’re in the middle of an expansive wilderness. The Information Centre is located just off Jalan Raja Chulan and has a small exhibit with some old photos and information. Behind the Information Centre is a Herbal Garden exhibiting a variety of local herbs, an Orchid Garden, and an Arboretum Trail nearby. At the time of this writing, construction of some sort of cable car or canopy “skywalk” was ongoing (and has been going on for the past 1.5 years at least). If and when it is finally opened, it should be an added attraction in addition to the KL Tower, just a stone’s throw away. [Latest update – The Skywalk at Bukit Nanas is now open. It features a long walkway anchored by towers at up to about 20m above ground, and links the rear of the Information Center with the KL Tower entrance.]
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KL Forest Eco Park
8 Jalan Raja Chulan
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Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve (now called KL Forest Eco-Park) is a small patch of rainforest sited in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, at the base of the towering KL Tower, one of the tallest telecommunications structures in the world. Unknown to many, it is a small green patch that still preserves many species and features of the original rainforest that covered Kuala Lumpur at one time. Although largely degraded from its original state, there are still some patches within that already tiny patch of forest that retain their original characteristics. Here the trees still stand tall, cicadas still buzz loudly all day long, and save for the sounds of the traffic outside, you would be forgiven for thinking you’re in the middle of an expansive wilderness. The Information Centre is located just off Jalan Raja Chulan and has a small exhibit with some old photos and information. Behind the Information Centre is a Herbal Garden exhibiting a variety of local herbs, an Orchid Garden, and an Arboretum Trail nearby. At the time of this writing, construction of some sort of cable car or canopy “skywalk” was ongoing (and has been going on for the past 1.5 years at least). If and when it is finally opened, it should be an added attraction in addition to the KL Tower, just a stone’s throw away. [Latest update – The Skywalk at Bukit Nanas is now open. It features a long walkway anchored by towers at up to about 20m above ground, and links the rear of the Information Center with the KL Tower entrance.]
'Zouk KL has come a long way since 2004, earning themselves the right of being known as Asia’s iconic Superclub. The energy from the music, the patrons and its staff are where the club draws its success from. Zouk KL prides itself of setting a new elite standard of global club culture, which brings music and people together as one. Originating from Singapore, the club is an iconic dance-music institution for most Malaysians that relocated from Ampang to TREC KL -Malaysia’s first purposefully built entertainment district-in August, 2015. With 500,000 visitors annually and regularly hosting the world’s top DJ’s, Zouk Club KL has established itself as a global clubbing destination setting new standards for music content, service and design.'
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Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur
436 Jalan Tun Razak
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'Zouk KL has come a long way since 2004, earning themselves the right of being known as Asia’s iconic Superclub. The energy from the music, the patrons and its staff are where the club draws its success from. Zouk KL prides itself of setting a new elite standard of global club culture, which brings music and people together as one. Originating from Singapore, the club is an iconic dance-music institution for most Malaysians that relocated from Ampang to TREC KL -Malaysia’s first purposefully built entertainment district-in August, 2015. With 500,000 visitors annually and regularly hosting the world’s top DJ’s, Zouk Club KL has established itself as a global clubbing destination setting new standards for music content, service and design.'
Jalan Alor is a unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The whole character of the city changes when you step onto the street. Gone are the modern shopping malls that align the city, which are replaced with something of the past age. During the day, there is not much activity but when the sun goes down, the street will be hustling and bustling with activity. The best advice for people who wish to visit Jalan Alor is to bring their appetite. As mentioned, there are plenty to choose from here and you wouldn’t be able to try everything in a single trip, so it is important that you make several trips to this street if there is a high possibility that you will not be returning to Jalan Alor for quite a while. Here, you are not just tasting the food here but also the culture in Malaysia. Diversity does not just exist in the population but that very factor that makes Malaysia so special is also translated in its cooking. As Jalan Alor is located within the Bukit Bintang area, it can be easily found if you are staying somewhere in the city center. For example, Radium Palace is located 1 minute from the food street, from Capitol Hotel it is a 2 minute walk and 5-star Grand Millennium is only 10 minutes from Jalan Alor. If you are staying outside the city center, you can get to Jalan Alor by metro. Get out at Bukit Bintang Station (right next to Lot10 Shopping Mall). From there it is a 5 minute walk to Jalan Alor.
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Jalan Alor Night Food Court
21 Jalan Alor
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Jalan Alor is a unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The whole character of the city changes when you step onto the street. Gone are the modern shopping malls that align the city, which are replaced with something of the past age. During the day, there is not much activity but when the sun goes down, the street will be hustling and bustling with activity. The best advice for people who wish to visit Jalan Alor is to bring their appetite. As mentioned, there are plenty to choose from here and you wouldn’t be able to try everything in a single trip, so it is important that you make several trips to this street if there is a high possibility that you will not be returning to Jalan Alor for quite a while. Here, you are not just tasting the food here but also the culture in Malaysia. Diversity does not just exist in the population but that very factor that makes Malaysia so special is also translated in its cooking. As Jalan Alor is located within the Bukit Bintang area, it can be easily found if you are staying somewhere in the city center. For example, Radium Palace is located 1 minute from the food street, from Capitol Hotel it is a 2 minute walk and 5-star Grand Millennium is only 10 minutes from Jalan Alor. If you are staying outside the city center, you can get to Jalan Alor by metro. Get out at Bukit Bintang Station (right next to Lot10 Shopping Mall). From there it is a 5 minute walk to Jalan Alor.
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communications tower located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 metres and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. The roof of the pod is at 335 metres
Menara Kuala Lumpur
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communications tower located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 metres and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. The roof of the pod is at 335 metres
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
AirAsia–Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/bukitbintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Changkat Bukit Bintang has often been likened to London’s Piccadilly Circus and New York City’s Times Square. An avenue on which a large number of KL’s most popular bars and restaurants can be found, it is a trendy place that is great for pub crawling. It is actually located just behind Jalan Bukit Bintang, so it's very easy to get to – particularly if you are staying in the Golden Triangle area. It can get very busy here, especially during the weekends and public holidays. The buildings are unique because they used to be pre-war, colonial shop-houses that were refurbished and turned into upmarket pubs and restaurants – most of which serve western food. A short walk away is Jalan Alor, another famous KL city avenue, well known for its hawker stalls and Chinese seafood restaurants. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/changkat-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/changkat-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Changkat Bukit Bintang
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Changkat Bukit Bintang has often been likened to London’s Piccadilly Circus and New York City’s Times Square. An avenue on which a large number of KL’s most popular bars and restaurants can be found, it is a trendy place that is great for pub crawling. It is actually located just behind Jalan Bukit Bintang, so it's very easy to get to – particularly if you are staying in the Golden Triangle area. It can get very busy here, especially during the weekends and public holidays. The buildings are unique because they used to be pre-war, colonial shop-houses that were refurbished and turned into upmarket pubs and restaurants – most of which serve western food. A short walk away is Jalan Alor, another famous KL city avenue, well known for its hawker stalls and Chinese seafood restaurants. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/changkat-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/changkat-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
The focus for the city’s artistic community, Central Market is a Kuala Lumpur cultural landmark, just a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it was built in 1928 and used to be a simple wet market, until the early 1980s when it was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. Inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Divided into different zones, vendors’ stall zones are distinctive by race: the purpose of this zoning practice is to let visitors get an insight into the cultural differences of the various races in Malaysia. There is even a Malacca ‘Jonker Street’, an area of Central Market that looks like a typical Baba-Nyonya house with Peranakan-style furnishings and fixtures on sale. A way to describe Central Market is to say that it is like New York’s SoHo flea market – the merchandise here is cheap and comprises traditional goods such as batik, embroidery carvings, souvenirs, and sculptures Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/kl-top10s/10-attractions-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/kl-top10s/10-attractions-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Marché Central de Kuala Lumpur
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The focus for the city’s artistic community, Central Market is a Kuala Lumpur cultural landmark, just a short walk away from Petaling Street, along Jalan Hang Kasturi. Also called Pasar Seni, it was built in 1928 and used to be a simple wet market, until the early 1980s when it was revamped into a handicrafts outlet. Inside the building is a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more. Divided into different zones, vendors’ stall zones are distinctive by race: the purpose of this zoning practice is to let visitors get an insight into the cultural differences of the various races in Malaysia. There is even a Malacca ‘Jonker Street’, an area of Central Market that looks like a typical Baba-Nyonya house with Peranakan-style furnishings and fixtures on sale. A way to describe Central Market is to say that it is like New York’s SoHo flea market – the merchandise here is cheap and comprises traditional goods such as batik, embroidery carvings, souvenirs, and sculptures Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/kl-top10s/10-attractions-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/kl-top10s/10-attractions-bukit-bintang.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is KL’s haute couture shopping Mecca. It takes a lot to stand out in the city’s mallscape but this shopping centre, which occupies prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang, does just that. Opened in 2007 it has three major sections – a retail mall, an office block and two residential towers. Keeping the city’s fashionistas looking polished, this KL staple is the perfect example of how extravagant some malls can be. It features almost the same staggering square footage as Mid Valley Megamall and 1 Utama and the 1.37 million-sqft white marble complex is a combination of indoor and outdoor shopping venues. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klshopping/pavilion-kl.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
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Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is KL’s haute couture shopping Mecca. It takes a lot to stand out in the city’s mallscape but this shopping centre, which occupies prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang, does just that. Opened in 2007 it has three major sections – a retail mall, an office block and two residential towers. Keeping the city’s fashionistas looking polished, this KL staple is the perfect example of how extravagant some malls can be. It features almost the same staggering square footage as Mid Valley Megamall and 1 Utama and the 1.37 million-sqft white marble complex is a combination of indoor and outdoor shopping venues. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klshopping/pavilion-kl.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
At the heart of Kuala Lumpur is an area which never sleeps, and far more colourful and bustling than its bigger and more glamourous neighbours, KLCC & Bukit Bintang. Chinatown, based in Petaling Street, is also known as 'Chee Cheong Kai' (Starch Factory Street), a reference to its roots as a tapioca-producing district. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia. Chinatown is also a well-known bargain hunter’s paradise, a place where you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. At night, its main market area, Petaling Street, transforms into a lively and vibrant night market, filled with hundreds of stalls offering all kinds of goods at dirt-cheap prices. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown-review.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown-review.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Chinatown Kuala Lumpur
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At the heart of Kuala Lumpur is an area which never sleeps, and far more colourful and bustling than its bigger and more glamourous neighbours, KLCC & Bukit Bintang. Chinatown, based in Petaling Street, is also known as 'Chee Cheong Kai' (Starch Factory Street), a reference to its roots as a tapioca-producing district. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia. Chinatown is also a well-known bargain hunter’s paradise, a place where you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. At night, its main market area, Petaling Street, transforms into a lively and vibrant night market, filled with hundreds of stalls offering all kinds of goods at dirt-cheap prices. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown-review.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/klareas/chinatown-review.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus. Cathedral Cave – the largest and most popular cavern in Batu Caves – houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindu statues and paintings. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/batu-caves.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/batu-caves.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Grottes de Batu
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Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus. Cathedral Cave – the largest and most popular cavern in Batu Caves – houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindu statues and paintings. Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/batu-caves.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001 Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/attractions/batu-caves.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001