8 January 2013
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Bintang Walk Nightlife

Bintang Walk is one of the most popular spots to hang out, chill, shop, eat, you name it. It is even more happening especially at night and during weekends and holidays.

Before we go further, let’s do an overview of what Bintang Walk is all about.

Bintang Walk Overview

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Bintang Walk refers to the more developed stretch along the main Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail roads, with the intersection of these two roads as its axis. This place has been transformed over the last 5 years to become one of the most trendy and busiest shopping clusters in the city. Street furniture lines the pavements here. Upscale cafes, restaurants and clubs continue to make their presence felt here. On weekends, thousands of locals as well as tourists throng Bintang Walk and its shopping centres. Many major nightlife events take place here such as the New Year’s countdown, Merdeka eve celebrations, street concerts and parties. The annual Malaysian F1 Grand Prix pit stop andGuinnessSt Patrick’s Day Celebrations are held here too.

There are two major annual fashion events held here annually. The STYLO Fashion week as well as the annual glitzy Malaysia International Fashion Week


Article by:  Bukit Bintang


Now let’s move on to the Bintang Walk Nightlife. What does the nightlife offers in Bintang Walk? Read on.


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Bintang Walk is the Kuala Lumpur s own equivalent of Times Square of New York or Picadilly Circus of London. Situated in the heart of KL s Golden Triangle the stretch features numerous shopping malls such as Pavilion Lot 10 Sungei Wang Plaza and a few others. Bintang Walk is regarded as KL s most fashionable and trendy shopping district. The area is also popular for its nightlife where numerous clubs are situated nearby. The area really comes alive with parties or concerts whenever major events such as New Year s countdown take place.

Things to do Bintang Walk/Jalan Bukit Bintang

– Shop till you drop at numerous shopping malls along the Bintang Walk stretch

– People watching at the many cafes found in the area. Sometimes visitor can even watch street dance being performed especially on the weekends.

– Experience the most electrifying night life spots in town

Article by: Bukit Bintang/Bintang Walk


Bukit Bintang Street (Bintang Walk)

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Bintang Walk is also quite popular for the major nightlife events that take place here like the New Year’s countdown, Merdeka eve celebrations, as well as fashion shows, street concerts and parties. In addition to all this its also easily accessible making it one of the most popular destinations in Kuala Lumpur.

Article by:  Malaysia: Bukit Bintang Street (Bintang Walk)


KL Bukit Bintang nightlife street music

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Travel Guide to Nightlife at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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When you leave Changkat Bukit Bintang and take a little stroll along Jalan Bukit Bintang in the far distance you can hear the sounds of drumming Latin beats, passing The Opera and Cligue, walking towards The Pavilion Shopping Mall turn right at and you find Q-Ba where hot and temperamental Latin beats make you move, if you want it or not. The large bar and small dance floor offer a great ambiance and hours of hip-shaking enjoyment.

At the Star Hill gallery, which is by far the most exclusive shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, on the secondfloor at the entrance we find Star Hill Club M, which maintains its status of most exclusive club in the whole of K.L. When you exit and cross the road toward The Pavilion Shopping Mall, more fine dining and lounges can be found. La Bodega serves wine and tapas, Athena, offers a wide variety of Greek dishes, Michelangelo

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