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Nightlife in Kuala Lumpur or a.k.a KL

Posted by anak wilayah on December 24, 2009

The centre of nightlife, if you want to browse, begins at the corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan P. Ramlee and Jalan Pinang (Jalan is the Malay word for street). Here you’ll find bars of all kinds of clubs, pubs and bistros. Among those noted are –

Hard Rock Cafe

This well-known place needs no introduction, with great live-band performances and the familiar food / menu, where you can easily mingle with lively and cool people

Zouk Club

This is the most happening club place in Kuala Lumpur nightlife. It has many luminous white lighting system which brings out any white attire to pure whiteness. The DJ’s are simply the best in Kuala Lumpur night clubs and that being the reason behind never disappointing their audience. Thursday night is the ladies night and so they enter free.


The smooth rhythm of R&B and the grooves of hip hop drum the air at the super slick Nouvo, providing an alternative to the techno driven Esplanade and the rocking sounds of Beach Club across the street. The club is split into two floors, with a bar on the ground floor and the dance club, Sangria, upstairs. Come here if you want to dance the night away with the young, hip KL set. Also keep an eye out for the international DJs who drop in for a spin every now and then.

Beach Club

Known as the ‘in-club in KL’, the Beach Club is constantly packed with a mixture of all ethnic and nationalities, locals, tourist, up & coming yuppies, teen wanabees, expats and street-walkers.

Thai Club

Though famed for being crowded at any given night of the week, This is not the sort of venue where there’s much concern for the latest fashions or dance music mutations. instead the atmospheres is more easy going with the mainly American tunes and Thai pop together with Chinese and local music.

Rum Jungle

Elaborately decorated with trees and plants, wood furnishings – after a few drinks you could easily think you were in a real rainforest. The live band with the resident DJ usually keeps the place rocking to world music such as reggae, Latin, Spanish and even ethnic and tribal percussion.


A traditional Irish pub with seven beers on tap, including Guinness and an extensive food menu, it a popular spot in the area with expatriates and families. A place you can chill out while witnessing scenes of bustling activity in colorful Bukit Bintang.

Little Havana

Open atmosphere with seating both indoor and outdoor ~ not too noisy with a great cocktail and wine list.
If you’re into Latin dancing, check out the Friday nites latin dance parties. Totally amazing vibes there.


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