The overall feeling is okay. In fact, it is a bit old, but it can also reflect the culture and history here. It is also very interesting. It is really in sharp contrast with the skyscrapers in the distance. Interesting and suitable for those who like ancient history
The Asian Traditional Culture Street has a lot of cultural heritage, and the scope of the entire area is huge. The cultural industry is also worth learning. It is a very popular place in Kuala Lumpur.
This is a place worth visiting. Asian culture, including Southeast Asia and countries, and the development of the Asia-Pacific economy are also related to the fate of the Chinese people and traditional culture, which is very prominent in this street.
This is a meeting place, next to Kuala Lumpur Central Park, facing the Petronas Twin Towers. The design of the venue is better than convention centers in other countries. The venue is not very big. It has four floors. There are tunnels in the basement that lead directly to the twin towers. There are many hotels nearby and it is very convenient for conferences and business performances.
Formerly known as Asian Heritage Row, the once popular nightlife district underwent a massive refurbishment that transformed over 20 1940s shophouses into stylish cafés, bistros, event spaces, and restaurants.Located beside Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, you can easily make your way to The Row KL from anywhere in the city as it is less than five minutes away from the Medan Tuanku Monorail Station. From catching live performances by local acts to savouring authentic local cuisine, read on for our helpful guide of what to do in The Row KL.
There are all new Asian trend in fine dining, nightlife and entertainment can be found in Asian Heritage Row KL. It can be described as The Ultimate Clubbing Diversity as far as Kuala Lumpur Night Life is concerned. Attractions include fusion and other gourmet restaurants as well as trendy bars.