Changkat Bukit Bintang
The place to be for party-goers! A whole street filled with bars and nightclub, this is the place to experience a busy and fun night-life!
Changkat Bukit Bintang nightlife is well-regarded as the ‘it’ party venue in the city’s lively yet fluid clubbing scene. A busy street that’s lined with plenty of international two-storey restobars, snazzy nightclubs, posh cocktail lounges, subdued whisky bars, and lively Irish pubs, it is one of…
One of the three best places for clubbing in the city. Cafes, restaurants and clubs are open until wee hours of the morning daily.
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