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What to do in KL’s coolest neighbourhood
Bukit Ceylon in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is one of the city’s most coveted addresses with a thriving hub of restaurants, bars, lounges and attractions at its doorstep. The neighbourhood used to be a respite from the bustling Changkat Bukit Bintang area, but has grown to be a favourite spot for travellers and locals alike.
Spend the day exploring Kuala Lumpur’s cultural sights and buildings. There is the Sultan Abdul Samad building used to house the Federal Court of Malaysia, the Court of Appeals and the High Court of Malaya and is steeped in local history. It is just next to Dataran Merdeka, the landmark place which saw the Independence of Malaya from colonial rule on 31 August 1957. The Union Jack was lowered and the Malayan flag raised on the highest flag pole in the world.
From hip trans ethnic cuisine to upmarket local fusion fare, hearty street food, sophisticated cocktail mixes and good ‘ol English ale, Bukit Ceylon is the place to be. Take a stroll to Changkat Bukit Bintang for hip and chill restaurants, bars, lounges and cafes. Start the day with Lepaq Lepaq’s Big Breakfast (big enough for three!) to power up your day or try Peranakan cuisine at Lima Blas Nyonya Restaurant.
Malaysians love their shopping malls, and Bukit Ceylon is just a stone’s throw from the popular Bukit Bintang triangle of Pavilion, Starhill Gallery, Lot 10, Berjaya Times Square and The Weld. Between these malls, you can find designer brands, international watchmakers, haute couture, indoor amusement park and local fashion.
No Black Tie is KL city’s best jazz venue and a firm favourite among locals. Its intimate wooden interior provides a cosy atmosphere and while they mostly feature jazz sets, they occasionally also host international poetry readings and readings by local writers. No Black Tie is located at: 17 Jalan Mesui, Off Jalan Nagasari, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.