Malaysia / Kuala Lumpur

Bukit Bintang

The fun never stops in this swanky entertainment district.

MYR 50.00 to MYR 100.00
Average per pax
2.5 hour
Average Duration
Not available
Bukit Bintang is the place you want to be at to experience the very best of KL’s nightlife, local culture and shop till you drop at the countless stores!

Operational Hours

Monday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am  to  10:00 pm
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, Bukit Bintang serves as a haven for those looking forward to shopping. Big brands and signages reminiscent of New York’s Times Square adorn Bintang Walk, in Jalan Bukit Bintang. Within this area, you can find plenty of shopping malls such as Pavilion and Fahrenheit 88 as well as a dedicated technology & IT mall called Low Yat Plaza. Besides that, malls such as Lot 10 and Sungei Wang Plaza give you a mixture of both major international shopping outlets as well as local ones and even more dining options under their roof.

The infamous Jalan Alor food street is also located here. Cheap, fast and delicious is what the street vendors here pride themselves on as you can savor a variety of Malaysian favorites here. In nearby Changkat, hip restaurants, pubs, cafes and clubs line the street if you’re looking for a great place to hang out with friends for the night.
A short 10 minute walk north of Bukit Bintang brings you to KLCC park, where you can have a relaxing stroll along the fountains in the park. If you’re up for a little adventure, hop on the Monorail where you can get a ride through the city to Tun Sambanthan station. Here, you can visit the various Buddhist temples and churches in the area.
For those inclined to fashion, pop in to the malls like Sungei Wang or Fahrenheit 88 to snag some clothes at low price points. At the local boutiques, they’re even cheaper and you can bargain for them. Affordable electronics and gadgets are aplenty in Low Yat Plaza, so stop by and check out if there’s anything that you might fancy.
Solo , Couple , Friends , Family , Group
The easiest way to get to Bukit Bintang is by using the KL Monorail and getting off at MR6 Bukit Bintang station! Besides that, be on the lookout for the pink GOKL buses as they offer a free shuttle service to Bukit Bintang and most areas in Kuala Lumpur’s central business district.
  • Try using the GOKL buses to get around to avoid the high taxi prices. There’s a bus arriving approximately every 15 minutes and they’re Wi-Fi enabled too!
  • Bring extra cash if you wish to shop here as the quality goods can be quite expensive.
  • You can find plenty of food courts in each of the available shopping malls to stop by for food and drinks.
  • Be wary of pickpockets as this area is usually crowded.
  • Currently, there’s construction going on in most parts of Bukit Bintang. Watch where you step to avoid potholes and construction equipment.
  • Use your judgement when buying electronic products. If it sounds too cheap to be true, it’s probably a fake.
  • At most stalls located outside major shopping malls, you can bargain to get a cheaper price for souvenirs or any local gift.

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