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    Kuala Lumpur, West Coast Malaysia, Malaysia
    Go to the Petronas Twin Towers early in the morning. The Bridge Visit is free, but it comes on a first-come-first-served basis.

    Get there via a cab. Remember to ask for the taxi meter to be turned on. You`ll save more that way.
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    Kuala Lumpur, West Coast Malaysia, Malaysia
    For bargain-shopping, go to Petaling Street in China Town. Ride the train station to Plaza Rayat . Be careful with your belongings.

    Petaling Street has the cheapest finds.

    However, compared to sales people in Shanghai, they aren't that much insisting. If you don't like their price, they won't sell you their goods.

    Also, fake designer bags are abundant here. Souvenir shirts are cheap for 5RM!

    HAGGLE TO DEATH. You can haggle by asking the sales person to ignite a lighter on the knock-off leather good they're buying. If they can't do that, ask for a lower price.

    Try out the Soya Bean drink. :] Yum. You can buy for only 1.20 RM. There are also restos in between kiosks of stuff. Order mango juice and French fries.
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    Kuala Lumpur, West Coast Malaysia, Malaysia
    According to Yahoo Travel, Bintang Walk is "a row of street-side cafes, restaurants and pubs, stretching from Lot 10 Shopping Centre to the JW Marriott Hotel. "At night, Bintang Walk truly comes alive, when live jazz music is played and the whole place is beautifully lit-up."

    The biggest techie/IT mall in Asia is here. :] Also, if you want designer duds, go here. This is like Greenbelt of Malaysia.

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    Kuala Lumpur, West Coast Malaysia, Malaysia
    the KL espres train goes directly from the airport to central KL. it costs around 35 ringitts, and takes just under half an hour from the airport to the city.
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    Kuala Lumpur, West Coast Malaysia, Malaysia
    if you are looking for cheap flights in South East Asia or between South East Asia and Australia/New Zealand, check out these sites: www.airasia.com www.tigerairways.com www.jetstar.com
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