Kuala Lumpur is a bustling city that’s full of life. Nothing exemplifies this better than China Town – it’s a place of commotion, chaos, and utter charm. So, if you’re ever in the city, here are the top things you can explore in China Town, KL.
If you’re staying at a centrally-located studio apartment Kuala Lumpur has to offer – say, for instance, the PARKROYAL Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur – a visit to China Town’s Central market is a must. This was once a wet market that has since been transformed into a charming shopping precinct.
Katsuri Walk is found a little way away from the Central Market. this street is lined with all kinds of vendors that offer everything from garments to fascinating trinkets and souvenirs. You can also grab some tasty StreetSide snacks while you’re here.
Chan See Shu Yuen Temple
This is one of the largest and oldest Buddhist temples you can find in the whole of Malaysia. Built well over a century ago, the Chan See Shu Yuen Temple has amazing murals and stunning terracotta friezes for you to admire.
Guan Di Temple
This is an atmospheric temple that’s bathed in incense all throughout the day. Founded in 1886, the temple has always served as a tranquil refuge amidst the hustle and bustle of China Town.