Shopping for Knock-Offs on PETALING STREET in Chinatown | Kuala Lumpur

Location: Petaling Street, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Petaling Street Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is a treasure trove of knock-off and merchandise! Need a fake pair of Ray-Bans, Nikes, or Rolex? I guarantee you can find what you’re looking for in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown Market.

Even if you don’t enjoy shopping this is an experience that shouldn’t be missed next time you visit Kuala Lumpur. You’ll be entertained by sheer amount stuff in the market, as well as the sales tactics the hawkers use.

I would devote about an hour of time to visiting Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. You can only look at sunglasses and watches for so long. After you’re finished at the market, you can enjoy Kuala Lumpur’s best Chinese food at any of the local street vendor stands.

If you want to know what it’s like Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, check out this VLOG!

Want to see other videos about Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from other awesome Youtube creators? Check out the videos below.

+Pasek2be – China Town Kuala Lumpur Petaling Street –
+mark & bianca – ✈ VLOG 184 – Our First Day In Kuala Lumpur & China Town! | Backpacking Around The World! (Malaysia) –

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If you have any questions about petaling street (chinatown) in Kuala Lumpur, please leave them in the comments below!

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20 Replies to “Shopping for Knock-Offs on PETALING STREET in Chinatown | Kuala Lumpur”

  1. Jim Green

    You didn't show the trip from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, and I didn't read the heading above, so didn't realize until today–2nd. day here, that you're now in Malaysia. So, how did you get there? I'm assuming that since they're so comparatively close together, you either took a bus or train, rather than flying. Correct?

  2. Nicole

    Actually, chicken rice is meant to be eaten with a spoon and fork! In a lot of SE Asia, most rice dishes are eaten with a spoon and fork, especially if they are served on a plate. You use the fork to push the rice onto the spoon. Chopsticks are only really used if the rice was served in a bowl, or for a noodle dish. Also, as a Singaporean with a Malaysian mother, I have to say, Singapore has better chicken rice.

  3. Shannon Reynolds

    I just saw something that you guys should try if you every go back to singapore. There's this thing called raincloud coffee where they spin cotton candy and hang it over your mug, and the heat of it causes the sugar to melt and rain into your cup. Looks pretty cool.

  4. Joobs

    So I'm watching your vlogs from the beginning. My wife and I have a great relationship but really I'd like to find some specific thing to do for her every day. I love that you bring Kara coffee every single day.

  5. Mary Brantley

    Just discovered your vlog a few days ago (thanks to the infamous YouTube rabbit hole). I'm a stay at home mom of 3 from Indiana with cabin fever so I've been living vicariously living through y'all as a bit of an escape from my normal day to day routine. Thank you!

  6. Chelsea Ewen

    I can relate to Kara of so much when it comes to wanting you to satisfy your urge to buy something and a new country. Y'all are so cute and inspiring me to travel the world. Maybe one day I'll be able to meet you

  7. Snokee

    I'm Malaysian, and I really enjoy both your videos! Next time you're in Malaysia, do head over up north to Ipoh then Penang for more amazing food experience! Or…go down south to Malacca and Johor Bahru for moreeeee food experience (if haven't already :)) !!

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