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25 must visit in Malaysia Pasar Seni (Central Market), Kuala Lumpur

The Centre for Malaysian Culture, Heritage, Art & Craft. Strategically located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and close to the public transportation hub, Central Market is linked to major destinations and hotels. It is also located near the KL Sentral interchange station which provides fast and convenient connections to most parts of Kuala Lumpur as well as the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Just outside the building is a covered walkway named Kasturi Walk, offering visitors with more shopping choices. Events are consistently being held here, with many esteemed arts events taking place at its Annexe Gallery.

Must do:

– Tantalise your tastebuds with the wide selection of local delicacies sold along the Kasturi Walk, while looking for the perfect mementos and souvenirs to take home.
– Get your portrait done by a professional artist in the form of painting or caricature.
– Look out for the many exciting events held here such as the Annual Lantern Parade and Chinese New Year celebrations.

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