Kuala Lumpur is known as a shopping paradise for many especially with its glitzy designer boutiques and high-gloss mega malls. However, beneath the glitz, there are also crafts and cultural finds, street markets and traditional and modern architecture that will appeal to anyone in the city. I will be sharing with you, from my personal experiences, top 5 places you can visit in Kuala Lumpur to satisfy not just your shopping craves but also provide an educational experience to your stay in this city.
1. Bukit Bintang
You can stroll down Kuala Lumpur’s catwalk in the glare of neon, amidst all the designer boutiques and mega malls. This place is touted as KL’s answer to Paris’ Champs Elysees and Tokyo’s Ginza rolled into one. This place is dense with restaurants and bars and is particularly a good hunting ground for entertainment after dark.