Changkat Bukit Bintang And KL Tower At Night – Kuala Lumpur is an awesome place to explore, it’s a very happening place during the weekend, especially at night. When night falls, all the night animal comes out from their zoo to the city, to eat, to explore, to hunt and to party.
One fine Saturday night, I went to town – Kuala Lumpur with my Penang friend, for fun, and to find chicken wings to eat on Jalan Alor.
It’s not an quiet Saturday night, but rather noisy, happenings, with traffic jam on the road, people all around the food stalls area and city lights shining up the night skyline.
We went to Jalan Alor first to look for the famous roasted chicken wings that I have always heard which I never get to try, however I am proud to say, I have tried it and will show you the photo of the roasted chicken wing in the next post. =D
On a Saturday night, it’s not really easy to find a parking around town. Illegal parking fee collector collect as much as RM10 or more for parking. We went to a few parking which is at RM7 rate, but we insisted not to park and wanted to find something cheaper, and lastly, we found RM5, that’s right beside the road, still dangerous and will be fined if there’s traffic police. I wonder do traffic police works at night or not?
Jalan Alor is really happening, it’s like Hong Kong’s Temple Street, but what’s making me not pleasant is that many foreign worker from Myammar, Nepal, China and others working here, touting customer to their restaurant.
Later then, we went to check out Changkat Bukit Bintang, the famous street full of pubs and restaurants. I didn’t know about this place at first, only until I read about it on Lonely Planet travel guide. It was my first time visiting the street. Do you know that there’s gay pub here? HAHAHA, I am not gay by the way, just sharing out with you guys.
It’s really happenings that every pubs and restaurant were full of people in the middle of the night, I wonder where they came from. It’s just like Clarke Quay in Singapore or Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong.
We ended our trip with a visit to the bottom of KL Tower. =D