I’ve stop in Kuala Lumpur for a few days on my way from Bangkok to Singapore by train. It’s a great city with lots to see. I’ve been on many walks, so here are the videos I’ve recorded.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 1 – Pavilion Shopping Mall To Bukit Bintang LRT Station
This is a 5-minute walk from Pavilion Shopping Mall to Bukit LRT Station. This is where you’ll find all the high-end shopping malls and hotels in Kuala Lumpur. This is the main city center.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 2 – Bukit Bintang Street
This walk is from the top of Bukit Bintang Street (Jalan Bukit Bintang) near Bukit Bintang LRT station to the bottom near Jalan Pudu.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 3 – Pavilion Shopping Mall
Walking around Pavilion Shopping Mall in the Bukit Bintang district of Kuala Lumpur. It’s Chinese Year of the Rat, hence the display at the beginning.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 4 – Petaling Street Market (Chinatown)
This is a short walk around Petaling Street Market in Chinatown. The market seems to be aimed at tourists. Most of the stalls sell the same stuff as other stalls.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 5 – Central Market in Pasar Seni
In this video I take a walk around Central Market in the Pasar Seni district. The market and surrounding area are interesting to walk around.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 6 – Masjid Jamek of Kuala Lumpur, to Sri Mahamariamman Temple
This walk starts next at Masjid Jamek of Kuala Lumpur, next to the Klang River. It then takes us passed Central Market and all the way to just passed Sri Mahamariamman Temple.
Walking Around Kuala Lumpur No. 7 – KL Sentral Station
KL Sentral station can be a bit confusing if it’s your first time there, but once you’re used to it, then it’s pretty straightforward. At the start of the video near the main doors is where you buy tickets for intercity trains. The platforms are also access from that area. Once you go down the escalators you’ll be on the main concourse.
On each side of the concourse you’ll see the entry and exit points to all the different types of train, like MRT, LRT. KTM Komuter, KLIA Transit, etc. So if you need to get one of those, then just follow the signs and buy your tickets at the entrance.
Straight ahead at the top of the next set of escalators is Nu Sentral shopping mall. If you walk through the mall and out the other side you’ll be in the Brickfields district, which is where Little India is located.