Brickfields is a small to medium-sized town and residential neighbourhood (as well as an administrative zone) located just outside central Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Brickfields is popular for its Indian food delights especially the unique banana leaf rice and thosai (Indian pancake made from fermented rice flour).
Brickfields is also known as Kuala Lumpur’s Little India due to the high percentage of Indian residents and businesses.
Brickfields is rapidly evolving from being a residential to a very commercial extension of downtown Kuala Lumpur.
Brickfields houses historical government quarters built during the British era which are under harm from rapid development.
The century old Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), which has become an integral landmark in Brickfields.
The KL Sentral development project is one of Kuala Lumpur’s largest development project encompassing an area of 290,000 square metres.
It includes the KL Sentral transportation hub, two hotels, condominiums, shopping complexes, a clubhouse, office buildings, as well as a convention and entertainment centre.
How to go to Brickfields
You can reach the Brickfields through the following transportation options:
KL Monorail: Take the KL Monorail and stop at the KL Sentral Monorail station or Tun Sambanthan Monorail station. Brickfields is about 10 minutes walk from the Monorail station.
KTM Komuter: Take the KTM Komuter and stop at the KL Sentral Komuter station. Brickfields is about 10 minutes walk from the Komuter station.
RapidKL Bus: Many RapidKL buses are servicing Brickfields area as Brickfields is very near the KL Sentral transportation hub.
Pictures of Brickfields and surroundings
Following are some of the pictures of Brickfields and its surrounding areas.
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