The vibrant Kuala Lumpur culture is made up of the best of the orient and the city has something for everyone. And one of the most sought after Malaysian experiences is the Kuala Lumpur’s Indian culture. Thousands of visitors to Kuala Lumpur head to the city’s Little India in search of that vibrant Indian experience.
Little India in Kuala Lumpur features the best of India; an ambiance not to be missed. The air in Little India is filled with the sounds of Bollywood and a mix of vibrant Indian colours greet you at every turn as the road side sari stalls and the colourful milky Indian sweets are displayed to tempt the visitors. This overwhelming spirit of Little India brings in crowds throughout the day and through most of the night as the alluring atmosphere encourages shopper and diners to linger on in the area till early dawn.
Visitors to Little India are afforded some of the best shopping options consisting of rich Indian fabric, colourful embroidered saris and a gamut of colourful Indian costume jewellery. But most visitors to the area venture there to taste the true Indian flavours. Way side stalls boast a range of scrumptious Indian sweets and savoury snacks such as gulab jamuns, an amazing Indian treat of indescribable taste, samosas, a spicy Indian flavoured triangular shaped cousin of the Chinese spring roll, and vadais, a south Indian spicy vegetarian delicacy. For those in search of a proper Indian meal, the restaurants in the area offers a proper delectable Indian meal served on to a banana leaf.
Indulge in the Indian culture and much more in Kuala Lumpur by selecting the ideal hotel to compliment the whole Kuala Lumpur experience. Accommodation options in Kuala Lumpur range from luxury hotels to apartments. Most visitors prefer the Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments due to the convenience they offer. Visitors in search of an elegantly appointed Kuala Lumpur service apartment will find that the centrally located Ascott Kuala Lumpur provides them with the most comfortable lodging during their stay in Kuala Lumpur.