Best Area to Stay in Kuala Lumpur, KL – Bukit Bintang


Best Area to Stay in Kuala Lumpur

In today’s video, I’ll give you a tour of the Bukit Bintang neighborhood In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. It’s centrally located to many of the main attractions of the city and one of the best areas to stay in KL. We’ll tour KL Forest Eco Park, see the KL Tour, explore some great street art, walk through one of the nightlife districts, stop by the shopping mall and visit a great spot for street food.
A nice nature getaway in the neighborhood is KL Forest Eco Park.
It’s located on a small hill and wraps around the KL Tower. It contains the only virgin tropical rain forest left in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. There is no charge to visit the Eco Park, is free and there are jungle trails, a visitor’s center. My favorite part is the canopy walk which is a series of hanging bridges offering some great views of both the city and the urban rain forest jungle.
After a treetop walk, for a charge, you can visit the KL Tower observation deck which has a great view of the Petronas Twin Towers.

Getting around this area is easy. There are taxis and Grab. My average trip was about $2 USD. And there’s even an electric scooter share system. There’s a great Co-work space on this street, I have a video tour of it on this channel.

Jalan Alor is a famous food street and when the sun goes down, the Jalan Alor Night Market comes alive.
Bukit Bintang is also known for its shopping and has several world-class malls.
Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur Is one of the best places to stay in KL and one of the best areas to stay in Malaysia.

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  1. akash majumdar 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    man this video was so much better than all the other travel videos where they focus so much on tourists spots and bars. this was like a local guy going on his evening walk. i am a fan

  2. Kati Kätzchen 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    If you travel to KL you should check out Mingle Hostel close to Petaling Street in chinatown. Loved this place, I stayed there for one month and it was really amazing and such a great area to live in KL! If you are a solo traveller it’s perfect cause they organize tours and show you KL in a great way.. all the speakeasy bars nearby, the best local food places.. so great, I really miss the city.

  3. Anita Abdul Rahim 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Dear wellcome to malaysia, i hope u try going to kapas island, redang island and perhentian island in at terengganu..island is very2 beautiful. Try goggle the island…i hope u enjoye and fun…

  4. Raz Sanghar 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Hi. Loved the video however you did not mention where is the street/area where all the fabulous painted buildings can be found. Thanks

  5. Fathima Farahna 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Nice video 👌 I love KL too. Chinese malay are okayish. But I'm a huge fan of Malay ppl . They are so kind, sweet, simple, genuine n helpful. Love them. Btw how long do you intend to live in KL?

  6. Md Jahid 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Can u imagine That I've Been Live in Here Jalan Alor Bukit Bintang About More Than 6Years But Didn’t Go Yet Kl Tower a Single Time.

  7. سمير ه سمير ه 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Thanks for ur info as i will go there next month 😀anyway may i know u stay at hotel or apartement as i with 10 people go there😀

  8. cikpuan Sue 19 July, 2020 at 03:57 Reply

    Mostly waiters restauran wokers are not Mlysian…they foreigners such Phlpno Bngldeshi n etc..local not interest in this jobs

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