Bukit Bintang Street Art Alley

Bukit Bintang Street Art Alley.


6 Attractions in Bukit Bintang Worth Checking Out

Get to know some of the attractions in Bukit Bintang that are worth checking out.

Get to know some of the attractions in Bukit Bintang that are worth checking out.


Bukit Bintang is one of the most popular places in Kuala Lumpur. It is also the main attraction for tourists who come to Malaysia. Usually, travellers either go for shopping at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur or dine at Malaysia’s first ever McDonald’s branch. However, did you know that Bukit Bintang also has other interesting options that travellers should discover?

Check out some of them as listed below:

  1. Nasi Kahwin Hari Hari
Nasi Kahwin Hari Hari stall. (Image credit to Nasi Kahwin Hari Hari’s Facebook page)

Have you ever eaten ‘nasi kenduri’ (rice cooked in a special way and served to the guests during Malay wedding) in the middle of Kuala Lumpur? This famous stall serves traditional Malay wedding dishes like Nasi Kenduri Utara, Nasi Hujan Panas, Ayam Dua Madu, Ayam Rose, Dalca Utara, and Acar Timun. The prices start at RM9 per plate, which is affordable and in generous portion. The stall is easy to find since it is located in the main area of Bukit Bintang. The operation time of Nasi Kahwin Hari Hari is from 10:00 A.M until 5:00 P.M, and they only closed on Sunday.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nasikahwinharihari/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nasikahwinharihari/

2. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park

Berjaya Time Square Theme Park
One of the game in this theme park.

This second largest indoor theme park in Asia is a must for those seeking thrills and excitement. Located on the fifth to seventh floor of Berjaya Times Square, this theme park offers various rides and games. The most popular is the roller coaster ride called Supersonic Odyssey, which is 800 meters long and runs at the top speed of 80 kilometres per hour. The theme park is open from 12:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Mondays until Fridays, and from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. on weekends and public holidays. The ticket price starts at MYR55 for adults and MYR45 for children.


Check their website for more info!

3. Blastacars Malaysia

Drifiting in Blastacars (Image credit to Blastacar’s Facebook page)

Those who enjoy having adrenaline rush are sure to love this place. Blastacars offers a unique karting experience where visitors get to try drifting plus other motorsports activities at affordable prices. The place has two fully indoor tracks, each can accommodate more than 10 karts at one go. For those who drive the karts for the very first time, friendly and helpful staff are there to assist. Blastacars’ karts are more spacious than the standard go-karts, therefore those who possess larger frame can ride them comfortably. The price starts from as low as MYR60 for a 10-minute drive. Blastacars is located on the fifth floor of Sungei Wang Plaza, and the operation hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. every day.

Check their website for more info!

4. Bukit Bintang Street Art Alleys

One of the Bukit Bintang Street Art Alley (Image credit to TripHackerz)

Bukit Bintang Street Art Alleys will surely grab the attention of art lovers who visit Bukit Bintang. Most of the artworks are in the form of colourful painted murals depicting natural imagery like rivers, rainforests, and tropical environments. Another type of art display here are the neon sculptures of floating cloud silhouettes that illuminate at night. These artworks can be found somewhere along Jalan Alor, Jalan Berangan, Changkat, Jalan Rembia, and Tengkat Tong Shin. It is free and always open to the public!


Art exhibition in GMBB.

Another hub in Bukit Bintang for art lovers is GMBB. It is a creative community mall in Bukit Bintang that aspires to become an enterprising hub for Malaysian creatives, artists, and artisans. Many events focusing on art exhibition and festivals are slated to be held in this place every month. Photographers around Kuala Lumpur can also come to GMBB since photography exhibitions are also held here; one of them was the KL Photo Awards in February 2022. Located along Jalan Pudu between the KL Golden Triangle and Petaling Street, GMBB is easily accessible. GMBB’s operating hours are from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. daily. Remember to wear comfortable footwear when exploring GMBB because the burst of creativity found in this space might make you spend longer time perusing over everything!

Check their website for more info!

6. Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport Kuala Lumpur

Hangout during dawn in Mitsui LaLaport Kuala Lumpur (Image credit to @kev_instagr)

Being the first LaLaport in Southeast Asia in the form of a 1,400,000 feet squared seven-storey Japanese lifestyle retail haven, this is definitely not your ordinary shopping mall because it offers the chance for shoppers to learn about Japanese brands that might appear new such as Zoff, Mini One by DONQ, pet shop Coo&RIKU, and more. LaLaport Kuala Lumpur – located close to Berjaya Times Square and accessible by monorail – sports contemporary Japanese-inspired architecture that includes an outdoor space with a roofed step stage and spots for shoppers to take Instagram photos.

Check their website for more info!


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