Kuala Lumpur JALAN P RAMLEE is a good place for the after-hours entertainment of the working people. A bar street is all. It is live to see the world football match and the International Games. It is very good.
A bar street in the busy city of Kuala Lumpur. It’s very lively at night, and it’s even harder on weekends. There are so many beautiful sisters. Let’s join in the fun.
Like each street in Bukit Bintang, Jalan P. Ramlee has a underlying uniqueness. This street comprises of the few oldest buildings in bukit bintang. This street ends at the foot if the gigantic magnificent KL Tower. Some of the few luxury high end apartments are very hidden located on this street. You might not realise at a glimpse. Try looking closer the next time you drive past
The bar street, located in the center of the city, is crowded at night, full of people, and very popular. Tourists who like nightlife may wish to come and feel it, but if you are a girl and come here alone, you must pay attention to safety.
In the downtown bar street, there are actually a few bars, some with choreographies, and some in the form of street food stalls. The bars here are closed early, the ones in the hotel are usually one point, and the ones on the bar street are only two. A few friends wanted to chat, so they chose this beautiful singing performance, which is air-conditioned and the price is not cheap, but the atmosphere is good.
jln p.ramlee..well as we did knew this place was most peoples all tourism loved to go there ..one most of the place attract ..happening, party, clubbing places for enjoy!!! lets partayyyyy...cheers!!!
Jalan P. Ramlee is a street named after the late outstanding Malaysian artist Tan Sri Ramlee. His influence in the Malay entertainment industry at that time was like a modern version of Jay Chou, which brought together actors, directors and singer-songwriters. In 1982, in order to commemorate his contribution in the entertainment field, Jalan Parry in Midtown was renamed to the current Biranli Street. Today, this street has gradually transformed into a bar street with feasting and neon lights. Binanli Bar Street is well-known, appearing in various travel books, and many foreigners come here admiringly. She is like Sanlitun in Beijing and East and Xinyi districts in Taipei. The difference is that she is more concentrated than the nightclubs in Taipei's East District and Xinyi District. Various types of nightclubs, such as dance halls with music, bars with live orchestras, high-quality fashion pubs, theme bars, exotic restaurants, etc. gather together along the street. As the city that never sleeps in Kuala Lumpur, Binanli Bar Street has an excellent location. It is located south of the Petronas Twin Towers, and at the other end until the Kuala Lumpur Tower can be seen. Every Friday and Saturday night, the whole street is full of hustle and bustle, and many nightclubs are licensed to operate until three in the morning. Almost every night, the bar street is crowded with people, only the popularity of the night is a little slow. It is also because the bar sings every night and is so popular that it often invites residents in nearby high-end areas and guests from luxury hotels to complain and pressure to protest the hustle and bustle of the bar street.