Where to spend Chinese New Year in Kuala Lumpur?

I’m traveling to Kuala Lumpur next week and I’ll be staying there for about 10 days. Chinese New Year will start during my stay there. Where is the best place in KL to witness Chinese New Year Celebrations? And what events should I expect?
I’m asking about things like fireworks, fire crackers, parades, special foods etc.
Or is there anything more to CNY that I must see?

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One Response to “Where to spend Chinese New Year in Kuala Lumpur?”

  1. CMCDor06 said:

    definitely bukit bintang…get on lrt and get to bukit bintang station…
    go there on the 2nd or 3rd of february…
    also, get to chinatown or petaling street, it’s near to bukit bintang…walk there…
    night is more crowded and merrier so go there during the night!
    chinatown has lots of food, grab some bite there..

    cny is basically for family reunion and for the chinese to celebrate. they dont go places like shopping malls since most shops are always closed…so chinese always celebrate at home or visiting relatives and receiving red packet..that’s about it…!
    do you have any friends here in malaysia who is chinese? visit their houses then…
    visiting countries that celebrate cny is hard since many are on holiday…




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Where to spend Chinese New Year in Kuala Lumpur?

I’m traveling to Kuala Lumpur next week and I’ll be staying there for about 10 days. Chinese New Year will start during my stay there. Where is the best place in KL to witness Chinese New Year Celebrations? And what events should I expect?
I’m asking about things like fireworks, fire crackers, parades, special foods etc.
Or is there anything more to CNY that I must see?

Related Items

One Response to “Where to spend Chinese New Year in Kuala Lumpur?”

  1. CMCDor06 said:

    definitely bukit bintang…get on lrt and get to bukit bintang station…
    go there on the 2nd or 3rd of february…
    also, get to chinatown or petaling street, it’s near to bukit bintang…walk there…
    night is more crowded and merrier so go there during the night!
    chinatown has lots of food, grab some bite there..

    cny is basically for family reunion and for the chinese to celebrate. they dont go places like shopping malls since most shops are always closed…so chinese always celebrate at home or visiting relatives and receiving red packet..that’s about it…!
    do you have any friends here in malaysia who is chinese? visit their houses then…
    visiting countries that celebrate cny is hard since many are on holiday…




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