Chinatown Malaysia is located Petaling district – which is known as the shopping mecca of the natives and many other interesting things.
Located in Chinatown (Chinatown), Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market was built in 1928 to sell food, fresh vegetables. By 1890, it transformed into places where the sale of handicrafts products of many famous artists. Guests will find the prices of goods in the market is quite cheap with a variety of batik fabric, embroidery, wood carvings to souvenirs. Certainly visitors will find gifts to give loved ones after traveling from Kuala Lumpur when shopping here. An interesting fact is that the sellers will sometimes impromptu singing and dancing to attract the attention of buyers, creating a great atmosphere.
Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Sri Mahamariamman Temple is a famous Hindu temple and also the tourist attractions of Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. Completed in 1873 by the Tamil immigrants, then to 1968, the temple was built 5-storey towers added in the doorway. On which more than 288 decorative statues of Hindu gods colorful by sculptors from India performed.
At the annual Thaipusam festival, visitors will see the scenery Sri Maha Mariamman temple is very crowded, noisy. There is a big car with a statue of the god Muruga his second wife (Valli and Teivayanni) to Batu Caves is located in the northern edge of the city to organize this festival.
Kasturi Walk flea market
If asked locals in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown Malaysia nothing attractive, they will lead you to the right flea markets Kasturi Walk. Be open for business in 2011, the market has a lot of booth offers a variety of products such as clothing, bags, shoes, fruit, … And tourists should pay the price with the seller because they often raise prices higher than the original cost many times over. Especially you will find a dining area with attractive special dishes like dimsum Chinese or Indian Rojak in Malaysia travel.