Petaling Street is a popular tourist destination because of the various merchandise and food options this flea market offers. My ex-colleague from the Netherlands once told me he could get a reasonably priced suit with acceptable quality from a local tailor here. I visited Petaling Street mostly for food; the Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee, Air Mata Kucing, Ikan Panggang (grilled fish) Portugis (junction of Jalan Petaling and Jalan Hang Lekir). New cafes/ coffee places are mushrooming this area in recent years due to the popular trend of sipping a cuppa coffee in a comfortable air-conditioned nicely decorated shop which is something I truly enjoy as well.
Let’s track the footprints of these two love birds as they trail the famous Jalan Petaling stopping for a drink of the absolutely refreshing air mata kucing (Dried Longan drink) on a hot day in KL, for blessing and protection at the Guan Di Temple, and Cafe etc. where they can grab some lunch and coffee as their journey is captured by a journalistic photographer.
|Map data ©2017 Google. From Jalan Petaling, Jalan Hang Lekir to Jalan Tun HS Lee where the Guan Di Temple and Cafe etc. are and finally back to Jalan Petaling to buy some yummy egg tarts.|
|Petaling Street also known as Chinatown|
|You can find counterfeit or low cost products at low prices which are not meant to be kept for a long time.|
Petaling Street Air Mata Kucing (fb.com/moutakding) which has a branch at Mid Valley Mega Mall LG Floor.
|The famous Petaling Street Air Mata Kucing|
Kuan Ti Temple
|Kuan Ti Temple is a 121 year-old temple dedicated to Guandi (also called Guan Gong or Guan Yu), the Taoist God of War and Literature|
etc. Cafe, Bar, Event Space (fb.com/cafeetckl).
|The classic black & white checkered floor|
|Nice effect of the reflection from the glass|
|Cafe etc. neon sign is quite a nice touch.|