We returned from Putrajaya & headed towards Chinatown (took LRT after KLIA transit). Every place has its own version of Chinatown which is more or less similar.Number of shops in parallel. You can go shopping there in cheaper prices, starting from clothes to electronic items & enjoy authentic Chinese cuisines. We could not enjoy the place much as we were really tired to handle the over crowdedness at that moment. So we left the place, chilled at Starbucks for sometime. But we were fortunate enough to witness 1 of the Hindu celebrations (Padayatra, pic below) while waiting for our Grab & then came back to room.
Chinatown – This place is famous in KL for its Sarojini Nagar type low cost street shopping.
Visit of the Chinese district and of the most ancient district of KL.
10AM: Grimy. Overcrowded. Authentic. There is no better way to describe one of the largest ‘China Towns’ in the world. This area is famous for its buzzing atmosphere and unique dining scene. You can potentially spend a few hours navigating through the maze that is China Town and still not get done shopping, eating and people watching. There are several historic architectural marvels constructed in both Chinese and Indian tradition and they give you a unique appreciation of the melting pot that this city has always been.