Just as the heartbeat in th golden triangle, you can find another part of Kuala Lumpur, which is just the same, but at the same time, something completely different. As most big cities over the world, Kuala Lumpur also has China Town, or Petaling Street, as it is also known by. This part of the city is just as vibrant and busy as KLCC and Bukit Bintang, but also very different, full of different colors, mixed styles, thousands of small stalls selling all the things you would very know you needed, noisy and dirty. China Town in Kuala Lumpur is one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia, a well known bargain hunter’s paradise. You can by all sorts of goods from clothes, herbs, imitation goods, foods etc here. At night time, the market turns into…… tadaaaa…. a night market and the haggling just seems to go on forever and ever.
Personally, we quickly gets tired of the hustle and bustle, and if you are like us, look above all the stuff going in right in front of you, and take a walk in some of the more quiet streets of China Town – in here you find some of very beautiful buildings and temples like Thean Hou and Kuan Ti Temple, where you really get the sense of China and the chinese lifestyle. This will give you a different view on a tourist trap, which is mostly known for the markets, but offers so much more, if seen from the right angle.