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  • Where can I find best places to eat in Kuala Lumpur? Popular restaurants and local hawker places to eat good Malaysian food.
    • Malaysian food is amazing, making Kuala Lumpur an excellent place to eat as it hosts cuisine from all around the country and beyond. Most restaurants close by 10PM, but in the city centre there's always a few 24hr kedai mamak (curry houses) or fast food places if you get stuck. Delicious food can be very cheap too: just head to the ubiquitous roadside stalls or kedai kopi (literally coffeeshop, but these are all about the food). These shops operates like a food court with many stalls selling a variety of food. Some coffeeshops have tables and chairs by the roadside. Chinatown (especially Jalan Sultan, Jalan Hang Lekir and Jalan Petaling) in the city centre and Jalan Alor in the Golden Triangle have some of the greatest concentrations of coffeeshops and stalls. They mostly open only at night. Also extremely common are kedai mamak (curry houses). One famous collection of streetside Mamak stalls is at Jalan Doraisamy near the Heritage Row (Tuanku Abdul Rahman). Along with full-blown curries, these places also serve roti canai (generally RM1 each), a filling snack that is almost half chapati, half pancake but certainly wholey delicious. It is served with dhal and curry sauce. Shopping malls' food courts provide cheap Malaysian food in more hygienic conditions, although the prices will be a little higher. Lot 10 shopping mall in the Golden Triangle has a collection of 20 street vendors who were invited to relocate in the food court. While there are some international choices, the specialty here is Chinese. The Golden Triangle, Bangsar and Midvalley, Heritage Row and some areas in Damansara and Hartamas are the usual places for people looking to dine out with a bit of flare. Ethnic generalizations: Malay food can be found in Jalan Masjid India and Kampung Baru in the Tuanku Abdul Rahman district. Chinatown is the best place for Chinese (especially Cantonese) food, although all kinds of Chinese cuisine, from the simplest to the most sophisticated, can be found all over Kuala Lumpur. Head to Lebuh Ampang in the city centre and Brickfields for Indian food. Bangsar has many high-end restaurants offering Western food. If you are dying for Korean food, head to Ampang Jaya. A lot of Arab and Middle Eastern restaurants have mushroomed in Bukit Bintang, Cyberjaya and Damai.
  • Rent cheap apartement/hotel in KL ? Hii. I'd like to get a clean apartement or a hotel for something around 1000-2000 RM/month, on a good and safe district. The size doesnt matter as long as it have two bedrooms. Where can I get one online ? Also, what is a condorarium ? And, what is exactly a 'studio' for malay ppl ? Because when I see one it says it has 450 meters square, which sounds kind of strange. Thanks alot !
    • Hi Koko, I guess you are referring to Condominiums. There are a few type of condominiums in KL, some walk up and some which are high rise building. Some come with facilities like swimming pool and tennis court etc and guarded at the main entrance to the estate. Some big condos (short form) consists of many units (residence) and there are some that only have two to three or four units to a floor. If you are looking for a studio type with facilities and good respected safe area, then you can look at Mount Kiara estates or Ampang (Korea Town right opposite Ampang Point shopping mall. There are many Malays in this area. Prices varies depending on the location. But with a budget of RM2000, you should be able to get a studio in good area. Listed below are some agents that you could contact. Tell them your requirements and is advisable to make a trip to KL to view the unit and the estate environment and most importantly the convenience of transportation. Public transport are terrible here, totally not dependable.Good Luck! Btw, a studio is a one bedroom apartment with a toilet ( could be attach) and a small kitchen and maybe a tiny sitting hall. For Malay ppl meaning the owner are only willing to rent it to the local Malay race and not to any other races. It's not strange, 450square meters for a studio and some times it could be a subdivided apartment inside a spacious condo.
  • Going to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia next weekend. Need a little advice.? I will be spending four nights in the city and have to make at least 2 trips to the Thai embassy on Jalen Ampang while there. Judging by maps and reading, Chinatown or Golden Triangle may be good options for stay. Looking for hotel/hostel info, experiences and names. Want mid to low price with a/c. Considering pre-booking for convience, but would love some feedback first. Also, I'm flying in about mid-day and wonder the best means of transport from the airport...taxi, train, bus, etc, and cost. Any suggestions of good sights, restaurants, etc are welcome. Thanks for any help you can give!
    • The nearest hotel to the Thai Embassy is the Crown Princess hotel. Thai Embassy is just walking distance away from this hotel. However this hotel is a 5 star hotel , so be prepared to pay for a 5 star rate. Get the latest rate from their websites. Hotels near the golden triangle are even more expensive. . http://www.crownprincess.com.my/index.html If cost is your concern, i suggest you stay at the cheapest hotel in Kuala Lumpur , the Tune Hotel. It is very cheap but decent. A/C is not provided unless you are willing to pay a certain sum to buy the credit hours for A/C. Overall you probably pay at least 1/5 of what you have to pay for a 5 star hotel room. From this hotel, take the LRT train to KLCC station. Alight from KLCC station, cross to the opposite road and walk a few hundred metres and you'll reach the Thai Embassy. Basically you can take the LRT train to all over Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is cheap and convenient. Try not to take taxi as most taxi drivers like to fleece their foreign passengers. Alternatively for travel within Kuala Lumpur city centre, you may take the Rapid KL buses. Purchase their daily pass which entitle you to unlimited travel on their buses for that particular day. http://www.tunehotels.com http://www.rapidkl.com.my On the day of your departure, take the LRT train to Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station. From the this main station, purchase a ticket for ERL KLIA ExpressTrain directly to KLIA. Fare :RM35.00, Travel time: 28 minutes. Frequency : every 15 minutes. You can even check in for your flight and luggage at this main station before taking this train. Try to take this train at least 3 hours before your actual departure time. http://www.kliaekspres.com
  • Malaysia...? i need a cheap cab...? I need a taxi to take me from Bukit Antarabangsa to KLCC, or Ampang Point. Do you guys know any numbers of taxis that would be willing to do that? And not charge too much i need this in about an hour. And do you know how much the price should be if he takes me that far..?
    • Stop the CAB on the road and ASK . ONLY MALAY DRIVER provide Optimum Services with Reasonable Prices. Beware of Chinese Taxi Driver , ( Mose of them ) there are " SHARK " very " SMART " very " SELECTIVE " this area don't go, that road don't take, ask for high prices, very " RUSH " on the Road . there want more money, but NO SERVICES in RETURN . even i am Chinese , when i was in KL/PJ, i never want to take any Taxi by Chinese Driver. ( sorry to offend some cab driver here , but is TRUE ). only our Malay driver are good.
  • Photocopy shop near Setapak or Ampang Point or KL? Anyone know any photocopy shop that offer cheap price (3 cents per paper) ? only at Setapak, AP, or KL? Your help much appreciated.
    • yooosh is right. except that he/she forgot to mention that bormas does have a branch in ampang. as a matter of fact, it is pretty near ampang point. i bet if you ask anyone around there about bormas, they'll know.
  • Which is the best Chinese / Indian Vegetarian Restuarant in Sungei Way ? At reasonable prices ? U may update me of the ones in Kuala Lumpur too. Near Ampang Street, where the Indian Shops are located.
    • I know puchong got but dont know where in sg. way have good vege shop
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