Shopping and leisure
From the crowded electronics’ stores of Low Yat Plaza and Sungei Wang to the expansive opulence of the Pavilion and Starhill Gallery, Bukit Bintang covers a large gamut of shopping experiences. Whether it’s functional style or haute couture, you’ll find it all here.
Berjaya Times Square, currently, the world’s fifth largest building, houses global brands, restaurants and an indoor theme park. Bargain hunters will enjoy Imbi Plaza and Kenanga Wholesale City.
Bukit Bintang offers you a range of food experiences too – all-Arabian food stalls to all-Chinese cuisine at Lot 10 Hutong. From air-conditioned restaurants at Changkat to hawkers selling Malaysian delicacies on Jalan Alor to exclusive rooftop bars, Bukit Bintang does not disappoint.
Bargains or high-fashion, street food or haute cuisine at the five-star hotels that dot the landscape, Bukit Bintang aims to please.