Feel the Bustling Nightlife in Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang, undoubtedly the liveliest area of Kuala Lumpur. Day or night, this district simply never seems to sleep or show any signs of slowing down, always packed to the brim with various shopping malls, restaurants and colourful events. When the sky gets darker and day turns to night, the area doesn’t simply fade into the moonlight but rather shines even brighter under it. From bars to clubs, one can’t help but to feel the bustling nightlife in Bukit Bintang.
No Black Tie Jazz Bar
“No Black Tie is KL’s leading jazz bar and where some of the region’s most established musicians have performed. The unpretentious bar has been around for over 14 years now and is considered an institution in the city. It is very laidback and casual, and local and visiting jazz performers play to a sophisticated, respectful crowd.”
“If there is one deadly sin that we can submit ourselves to, chances are it will be lust. You won’t get to do it like the Discovery Channel here, but Changkat’s new addition is in full moon for you to show your party fangs. The restaurant and bar is a trinity of sections made up of a stylish ground floor with a vivid stage, a mezzanine floor dubbed the Heineken Studio, and an alfresco area.”
Taken from: Time Out Kuala Lumpur – Lust
Werner’s on Changkat
“Aimed somewhere between a classy bistro and a cocktail bar in a James Bond movie, Werner’s epitomises suave with a Mediterranean splash. Taking its place on the over-crowded Changkat Bukit Bintang, Werner’s stands out in its own unique way.”
Taken from: Time Out Kuala Lumpur – Werner’s on Changkat
Dining in the Dark Experience
“Dining in the Dark is the latest offering brought to us by the Werner Group, the same people in charge of the well-known El Cerdo and Werner’s along Changkat Bukit Bintang. The concept is simple; you dine in darkness. Absolute darkness. How dark exactly? We got the chance to find out for ourselves, thanks to a kind invitation from the Werner’s Group last Monday.”
Reviewed by: Drops of Contentment
“The name of the place might be Cuban but the food they serve is a mixture of Louisianan, Creole, Cajun etc.. Take for example the Crawfish Boulettes – Boulettes (“little balls”) are little breaded and fried balls of meat or seafood dressing, that make a scrumptious snack, appetizer or side dish.”
Reviewed by: CCFoodTravel – Havana @ Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL
Enjoy the best that the night has to offer with its array of bars and clubs populating the streets. The nightlife in Bukit Bintang is very much alive and bustling harder than ever.