One of the most visited places in Kuala Lumpur is Chinatown.
After visiting Batu Caves, my friends and I decided to check out Chinatown. We did some googling, and we found out that Chinatown is located at Petaling Street. Do not make the same mistake that we did or you will end up in a place that looks like you’re in a newly abandoned place.There are several train systems in Peninsular Malaysia such as KLIA Ekspres, KTM Komuter, and LRT. You need to ride KTM Komuter to go to Batu Caves. Do not be confused when you see “Petaling” in the same train line of Batu Caves. You have to transfer from KL Sentral Station KTM to Rapid KL. From there, take the train bound to Terminal Putra. Get off at Pasar Seni.
I repeat: Take Rapid KL, ride a train bound to Terminal Putra, and get off at Pasar Seni.
Actually, I personally do not recommend Chinatown. It’s just like a flea market selling imitations of signature bags. However, if you are very curious of what Chinatown looks like, my tips could be helpful.