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Reviewed on 5 Jul 2019

shopping spree and food are the best things to do on this very busy street in KL, i been here with my husband and here you will really see that Malaysia is truly an Asia!

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Reviewed on 16 Jul 2017
Cichang Street is a Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. It is located in the south of Kuala Lumpur's old city. Although it is small, it is very busy. Especially every night, it is more like a festival. It is a famous night market in Kuala Lumpur. It sells everything from Chinese clothing and cloth to Chinese herbal medicine. And here and in the central market are also places for selling water, fake goods and cheap goods, with clothes and watches in the majority. There are many Chinese restaurants and snack shops on Hanlaiji Road and Sudan Road. After nightfall, tables and chairs will be put on the road. There are many people here for supper. Chinatown still maintains a strong flavor of life in Chinese cities, reflecting all aspects of Chinese culture. Walking through the streets here, everything seems so familiar. Chinese archways, Chinese buildings, Chinese street stalls, all kinds of fruits and food from China, Chinese restaurants with various local flavors... The stores here are basically run by Chinese people, with striking Chinese signs and advertisements hanging inside and outside the stores. The stores operate all kinds of daily necessities, such as department stores, groceries and so on. Street teahouses, restaurants, traditional Chinese medicine stores, Chinese bookstores, small hotels, supermarkets and so on, everything. Every night, Chinatown is classified as a pedestrian area. It's a good place for shopping. There are many kinds of stalls on both sides of the street. There are crowded people in the gap between the stalls. It's really exciting! In this night market, you can see clothing stalls, jewelry stalls, handicraft stalls, snack stalls everywhere. Many restaurants put open-air tables in front of their doors before nightfall. That variety of Chinese food is very popular with foreigners. As a part of Kuala Lumpur's multi-culture, Chinatown makes more people in the world feel the splendid traditional culture of China and enjoy the joy of Oriental charm.
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