Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Nikita Anand
You can have lunch at Tg's Nasi Kandar in Bukit Bintang after coming back before going back to the hotel for some rest. In the evening, we strolled in the Bukit Bintang area and had a delicious dinner at Opium.How to get around: We took Air Asia flights from and to Singapore. From the airport, we took a two way metro pass to reach our hotel. Since we stayed close to the centre, we took uber for getting around as it was both cheap and convenient.Where to stay: Near the city centre should be your best bet. We stayed at Holiday Inn Express and our stay was pretty comfortable!Weather in November: Similar to Singapore, it was a bit rainy but that didn't disrupt our plans.You can get a SIM card at the airport itself. Most service providers run very similar plans at similar prices. We ended up there on the same weekend as the Bersih Rally due to which certain roads were closed down so check before planning a trip!Finally, I think the best thing I enjoyed in KL was the food- so flavourful and cheap! Happy Travelling!This post was originally published on Voyage Treasures.
Nikita Mandhani
When you live in Kuala Lumpur, make it a point to live in this area. This is so colorful, vibrant, lively and energetic. It has many cafes, restaurants, pubs and discs throughout the lanes and the night doesn't really end here. It goes on and on. Bukit Bintang is just one amazing KL experience that you deserve to have a look at the popular culture and night-life of the city.