The best place about eating in Kuala Lumpur is located at Jalan Alor. At the Jalan Alor, the stalls are parked all along the street, providing an overwhelming experience for its first timers.
Jalan Alor is an entire street dedicated to cheap hawker food with lots of local Chinese cuisines.
Both sides of Jalan Alor are lined by endless rows of ‘mamak’ stalls and outdoor restaurants, interspersed with hawker stands selling fruits, barbequed meats, hanging ducks, and many others.
This is a place burgeoning with activity both during night and day. While some hawkers erect stalls along curbs, others operate food stalls from utilitarian restaurants.
Jalan Alor is a short walk away from the modern shopper’s paradise of the Bukit Bintang Walk and its many malls and plazas.
The Jalan Alor area is relatively quiet during the day, but when the sun goes down it gets a complete makeover and turns into a food heaven!
It is popular among the locals for offering food served in a traditional open-air atmosphere, with chairs and tables dotting the curbs and road-sides.
How to go to Jalan Alor
Jalan Alor is located within walking proximity of Bukit Bintang Walk.
Go KL City Bus: The Green and Purple line of Go KL City Buses provide routine services to Bukit Bintang area.
KL Monorail: Take the KL Monorail and stop at the Imbi station, Bukit Bintang station or Raja Chulan station. Jalan Alor is short walk away from these stations.
Pictures of Jalan Alor and surroundings
Here are some pictures of the Jalan Alor and its surrounding areas.
Plenty food choices
Here are some pictures of the food choices available at the Jalan Alor.
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