In addition to all wonderful exotic smorgasbord of women available to you in KL, it’s also relatively cheap to stay – KL has the cheapest 4 and 5 star hotels in the region. The most famous bar in KL and maybe in all of Southeast Asia is the Beach Club. For a very reasonable sum they are available to take home – as long as they like you, of course.The food is a nice mix of all the regional cuisine, with lots of great Chinese, Indian, Thai and Indonesian influences. Situated at the end of Jalang Bukit Bintang and just a stone’s throw from the Petronas Towers, the bar is filled with hundreds of super hot Asian girls, especially mouth-wateringly beautiful Vietnamese girls. We at Single Dude Travel do not recommend prostitution; leave that to the fat old ugly guys.70% of the Malaysian population is native Malay, and the majority of them are Muslim. That means, no drinking, heads are covered for women, and other weird things like “Islamic banking”.
If they approach you, be polite, and get away from them. I was drinking at a bar in KL recently and I met a whole bunch of US Marines who lived in KL protecting the US Embassy.When I asked if there was anywhere they weren’t allowed to go in KL, they said there was only one, which was a bar in Chinatown.KL is a great destination, but you have to know what you’re doing in KL.Do not show up and expect things to go the way you’re used to.The Iranians in KL also tend to be quite affluent, so yes, that’s probably a real Fendi bag.
Saudi: Saudi women are recognizable by their horrible black burkhas and their fat slob husbands walking ahead of them a couple of paces wearing flip flops, shorts and ratty t-shirts. Aussies: Australians are well represented in SE Asia due to their close proximity.Their English is better than the rest here and Indians are very outgoing.The Indians love to party and are well represented in the clubs.The Iranian girls are well represented at the clubs, and are recognizable by their makeup, fake boobs, and hot clothes.A very good choice, and not at all what you would expect from the American media’s portrayal of Iranians.Generally speaking the drugs in Malaysia are home produced, which means bad weed and good X.