Maybe the best location for dinner
are the open air restaurants at Chinatown in
front of the food courts,
just the right
place for a exotic dinner.
The food centers offer plenty of
exotic dishes and the chance to have stomach
problems afterwards are rather slim.
beer bottles, 0.6L are available and rather
moderately priced and before and / after
shopping is on the agenda. Probably the most
interesting shopping destination in the
whole city is Kuala Lumpur Central Market
close by, open during daytime only. A
incredible array of exotic local and
imported goods from various places in the
orient is available including several
merchandize from Malaysia, India, China,
Indonesia, Thailand and other places.
Upstairs is a great precious stones, jewelry
this place is one of the few in KL to buy
excellent quality jade items.
There is another
shop downstairs having some old blue / white
ceramics uncovered when they excavated some
of the sunken freight vessels off the
Malaysian coast a couple of years ago.
Near the main
entrance is a beautiful shop full with
exquisite Indian goods, it virtually smells
like the orient. Actually there are three