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This website will be written in a mixture of English and Japanese (maybe more languages will follow soon -- Icelandic?) I am going to start with the bars first, then move on to the clubs, and then move on to the restaurants and little SINCE "B" FOR "BAR" COMES BEFORE "C" FOR "CLUB", I DECIDED TO START THIS DIRECTORY WITH THE BAR LIST, RATHER THAN THE CLUB LIST.

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Highly recommended." Fellow Middle Eastern party lover Sulail from Lebanon had this to report: "all I can say is that I had the time of my life in there...

It was the most amazin' dayz I swear...I'll b soon over there again =D." Not everyone is so glowing and gloating in their reviews, nonetheless.

And it is a city where exotic dance styles -- Latin, Bhangra, etc -- are increasinly taking control.

Kuala Lumpur is a serious rival for Bangkok or Singapore as a place to go out.

We walked back into town, and he suggested we try out the Reggae Bar.

Inside the cool interior, a jukebox was playing the full gamut of Late Capitalist Pop -- Kylie Minogue included.Offering a free trial, oodles of members and some neat features, offers a lot of features to singles wanting a casual relationship or something more adult in nature. » Selamat Datang ke Kuala Lumpur » Things to See in Kuala Lumpur (A-Z): Batu Caves » Chinatown » Kuala Lumpur Bird Park » Little India » Twin Towers » Things to Eat in Kuala Lumpur: Fish Head Curry And So On » Meeting Girls in Malaysia » Places to Party in Kuala Lumpur: Bars and Clubs » Places to Stay in Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia Hotel » Getting Around Kuala Lumpur: Kuala Lumpur Street Atlas Map » Getting There: Kuala Lumpur Airport » Social Issue: Are Jews Welcome in Malaysia?The working girls are very friendly (the majority are Filipino -ages 20 to 24), the band is usually good, it's an outdoor type environment and it is certainly a good time.Not comparable to Brazil or Argentina but still not bad.It's comprehensive selection of East_West grub and long wine list is also a must. Reggae Bar: 158 Jalan Tun HS Lee (around the corner of Petaling Street), Chinatown.

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