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Image If you are in the mood to try some dim sum or are in need for a specific pirated item, then there is no better neighborhood to be in than Chinatown. Chinatown is famous for having a large and extensive selection of Chinese food along with being the best place to go for inexpensive and knock-off goods. Be assured, though, that you will need some serious bargaining skills clothing and pirated items can go as low as 70% less than the offered price.


On any given day you'll find this area packed with tourists and residents alike. You'll also notice why this area on Petaling Street is nicknamed Chinatown: besides its many Chinese dining locales which allude to China, the majority of the traders are Chinese, though there some Indian, Malay, and Bangladeshi traders as well.

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