One of the famous destination for tourist, families or even business people is Bukit Bintang. It is full of entertainment and fashion epicentre of Kuala Lumpur. It is the best place to relax after a whole stressing day at work. There are few ways to go to Bukit Bintang from KL Airport. First is by bus, which is a good choice for backpackers, budget traveller and small families. From KL Airport, you can just hop in any bus (with correct route) to KL Sentral that probably cost you RM 12 per way and you may take another city bus to nearby hotel or grab a cab to go to your hotel. There is another alternative which you may use is train, where this train will get you to your destination but it is quite complicated for newbie to use it as it has different train and different platform to go your selected destination.
For those who having big family gathering or group of business traveller, you may have to book a couch or limo or taxi for your convenient. It will directly send you to your chosen destination. You may need to look up few transportation company for booking and enquires regarding for the fees and routes. For example, SkyVans Transfer from KL Airport to Bukit Bintang will cost you around RM 150 per way (price is subject to changes). Besides that, you also can use the hotel transfer to pick you up if the service is available.
You might be required to book for this service but most of the time travellers would like to book by their own with their own choices of transportation.
What best in Bukit Bintang?
There’s a lot of things going on in Bukit Bintang which also called as the centre of shopping and entertainment. First, you may go to Berjaya Times Square for affordable items at the variety of small retail boutique.You can get a blouse with RM 10 – RM 15 only! Besides fun shopping, Berjaya Times Square also known as the largest indoor theme park which also have roller coaster and bowling alley. It is very suitable to let go of your inner youth and for families to enjoy.
Next is Jalan Alor, which is very active at night time with local food serve at the road side of Jalan Alor. It is fascinating as you can have your dinner at the road side with good food and good people surround you. Malaysia is known as variety of culture and people, same goes with local cuisines which is served in its simplest way brings you relaxing casual vibes to hang out with your friends.
There also temple for you to visit such as Sri Mahamariaman Temple which is a very nice spot for historical sight and precious structural temple. Chan See Shu Yuan is the largest and oldest surviving Buddhist temple which located at Southern and of Jalan Petaling. Both of this temple is sure a nice place to ease yourself from busy cities and work load.