KL Nightlife ~ Jalan P. Ramlee & Towards
The most vibrant clubs
are located along Jalan P. Ramlee - a fusion of bars, disco, life music hall
with plenty of girls.
All this places have an
entrance fee or cover charge after 9 pm, which is also good for a small
bottle of beer and actually pays itself for the great atmosphere.
The girls come in from all over Asia and since around two years more women from Africa have come as well. It’s rare to find any locals amongst them.
They mainly hang around along the Beach Club and the opposite Thai Club. The advice here is – don’t get suckered in by them.
With 175 venues in 53 countries, this well-known place needs no introduction. With it's great live-band performances and the familiar food / menu, you will not have to ask for any item descriptions.
The wide choice of Western food here is enticing. The Black Pepper Steak is one of the favourites and it goes really well with the stuffed potato skins.
Here, you can easily mingle with lively and cool people, meet other travellers and even a few expats. The place can get very crowded after 10pm more so on weekends.
Hard Rock Café KL, serves a variety of alcoholic beverages but they are rather expensive, even by western standards.
The Beach Club has a upper deck VIP area where working girls are not allowed to enter and solicit. So this is where most locals with girlfriends or wives usually hang out, when they go there.
The Beach Club has one of the most extensive drink menus, from Shooters , Cocktails, Beers, Liquors, Single Malts to Wines.
One of the best kept secrets
about the place is they serve great food as well, with an extensive menu
made up of local Malaysian favourites, Thai Cuisine, Western Food and
Poppy Collection is a group of
four bars under one roof but most people simply refer to the nightclub as
You can see Chinese pimps dancing with their girls, encouraging clubbers to join in as a way of solicitation.
Most local, regular girls go there in groups - with guys, presumably so the guys can buy the drinks.
The crowd is generally about 20+ to 30+ years old. This is not the sort of venue where there's much concern for the latest fashions or dance music mutations.
Instead the music fare is by local DJ’s and various
live bands doing their stints. Overall it is still a fun place though
becoming more expensive.
It is popular in Kuala Lumpur, especially among the city’s richer residents and younger revellers. Dressing well and preferably in black is especially recommended.
The main Zouk club room has the biggest dance floor, and is a hotbed for international DJs, fashion shows, exhibitions and concerts. Music here is hard techno played with enough volume.
Fridays and Saturdays are the choice
nights with high wattage street-style hip hop and R'n'B that bring out the
sexy ladies and the B-boys; Wednesdays are retro nights at the Velvet
Underground; Phuture rocks it with the ladies every Thursday with a special
bar serving them drinks; at Aristo, the crowd goes wild to house; the
Terrace bar is the place to unwind and relax - the music is suitably light
for relaxed, hushed conversations.
House pouring drinks are premium brands like Smirnoff, Jim Beam and Captain Morgon, ranging from RM13.50 a shot in the Main Room to RM18.00 a shot in the Velvet Underground.
Ladies nights are on Thursdays
with free entry and 2 drinks for ladies (After 1 a.m)
Jalan P. Ramlee
Towards Changkat Bukit
Nightlife Live Music Scene
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