Pavillon Shopping mall in Bukit Bintang – Photo credit: en.wikipedia.org
At Bukit Bintang, you can find the best boutiques to shop, taste the most delicious plates, enrich your cultural knowledge, visit inspiring sacred places and participate in plenty of fun activities.
Changkat Bukit Bintang is a well-known street in the city for housing luxurious restaurants and glamorous clubs. Another must see is Berjaya Times Square. This 48-storey twin tower invites you to Asia’s largest indoor park, a nine screen cinema experience, a unique shopping adventure with more than 1000 retail stores, a magnificent roof-top garden and much more.
Jalan Amor is tourist preferred street to enjoy Malay dishes. A variety of restaurants on both side of the street offer mouthwatering seafood. You can also learn how to cook plenty of special meals at Starhill culinary studio.
Bukit Bintang is more attractive for sacred places such as Sri Mahamariamman hindu temple decorated wonderfully with precious stones and gold and Chan See Shu Yuen temple the oldest buddhist temple in Malaysia.
We can’t forget to mention the natural gem of the district, Bukit Nanas forest. It’s a 100 years old preserved rainforest in heart of the Malaysian capital.