the busy food court / hawker center area of the market
The official name of the market is "Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang" but it is commonly known as "Imbi Market".
How to get to Imbi Market
The market can be reached within a few minutes walk from anywhere near Jalan Bukit Bintang.
The closest Monorail station is "Bukit Bintang". From the it is 10-15min walk to the market.
As of July 1 2014, the roads immediate to the south of of market will be permanently closed to make way for the massive construction of the International Financial District. According to the construction plans the roads leading up to Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang will not be affected by the 30ha development. (newspaper article here)
the construction of the Razak Exchange and the Pasar Rakyat MRT station (expected start of operation in 2016) will drastically change the surrounding of the market (photo taken 02/2014)
The most popular stall at the market is Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea which is known for the classic Kopitiam breakfast of Hainanese coffee, kaya toasts and soft-boiled eggs.
a slice of bread with butter and kaya (bottom left corner) and half-boiled egg
the wet market hall offers besides meat and fish also fruits ...
... vegetables ...
... and other stalls like this one selling chinese cooking ingredients
food stall selling Popiah (Malaysian style spring rolls)
stall selling Yang Tau Foo
the entrance Jalan Melati Imbi under beautiful giants trees
Fernloft KL @ Chinatown
Hostel near Central Market and Chinatown, branch of Fernloft group of hostels Singapore
Ampang Lookout Point, Kuala Lumpur
TheLookout point along on the hills of Ampan at the eastern edge of the city offers a magnificent views over the entire city with a few roadside food stalls after the closure of the former restaurant and lookout area.
Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Perhentian Islands
The small (=kecil) island. With plenty of low-priced accommodation the island is a backpackers favorite and can get quite crowded at peak season on Long Beach.