Bintang Walk is located along the Jalan Bukit Bintang shopping strip. This place has been transformed over the last 5 years to be one of the busiest shopping haven. Cafes, restaurants, clubs, shops, malls and more fill up this street. On weekends, thousands of locals as well as tourists promenade along Bintang Walk and its shopping centres. Almost every major nightlife event happens here such as the New Year's countdown, Merdeka eve celebrations, as well as fashion shows, street concerts and parties.
A wide pedestrian walkway running the length of the street has transformed it into an exciting rendezvous point with open air cafes and restaurants.
The many shopping centres along Bukit Bintang ensure that you will never run out of options.
Here, we have shopping centres- Starhill Gallery, Lot 10, Sungai Wang Plaza, Bukit BIntang Plaza, Imbi Plaza, Low Yat Plaza, Galleria Mondo, KL Plaza.
Bintang Walk has al fresco dining outlets, fast food outlets, individual stores selling bric brac, gifts, pharmary , banks, Indian coffee shops,
There is also Little Arab, off Jl Bukit Bintang at Jl Berangan.
The nearest hotel is Capitol Hotel Kuala Lumpur, located at Jalan Bulan, Off Jalan Bukit Bintang.
This place become packed during the months of July to Sept when many Arabs come to Malaysia for holidays. This time coincide with their school holidays and many choose to go overseas to escape the scorching heat in Middle East during this time of the year. The temperature in the Middle East during the peak summer can go up as high as 47°C.
Its just a short walk away is Sungei Wang Plaza Shopping Centre and BB Plaza Shopping Mall and the nearby Batik Malaysia Berhad Retail outlet - a must for fine Malaysian Batik. Further along is Bintang Walk, Lot 10, KL Plaza with Planet Hollywood and Starhill, with the Louis Vuitton mega store.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Posted by DIN GTF at 8:56 PM
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