Hawker Stalls in Chinatown
Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Looking grand after the completion of its once-every-12-years repaint and repair in 2010, this venerable Hindu shrine – the oldest in...
Similar in atmosphere to the Sze Ya Temple is the 1886 Guandi Temple. The main hall is hung with fragrant coils of spiral incense, paper...
Lee Rubber Building
Purple Cane Tea House
Serves a broad range of Chinese green and jasmine teas in a relaxing setting.
Madras Lane Hawkers
Weave your way through Chinatown Wet Market to find this alley of hawker stalls. It’s best visited for breakfast or lunch, with standout...
Jln Sultan & Jln Tun HS Lee · interesting places nearby
Hawker Stalls in Chinatown information
Chinatown has some of the best street food in KL. From late afternoon the pavements along Jln Sultan and Jln Tun HS Lee fill with plastic chairs and tables, and mobile kitchens are set up in the street, serving an astonishing array of Malay and Chinese dishes. Many of the food stalls stay open till midnight or later and you can get a filling meal of rice and spicy stir-fried beef with a cold beer for as little as around RM20.
Everything is prepared fresh so the food is almost always safe to eat, but stick to stalls with lots of customers.