Malaysia is famous as a dreamy holiday destination, it is famous for many wonderful things, for its amazing nature, architecture and culture, but one thing the country is really famous with is definitely the nightlife and entertainment scene! From smaller, charming, traditional and atmospheric bars to big, crowded and super popular clubs visited by celebrities, Malaysia has its fair share in amazing nightlife opportunities and plenty of diverse choices, when it comes to great places. From trendy and cool to quirky and authentic, you won’t feel bored, when going out in Malaysia! Find out more about which are the best and most visited clubs, bars and pubs in Malaysia by visiting and browsing our page!
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Peruvian cuisine has been praised by the Spanish superstar Ferran Adrià and is quickly finding its rightful place in the world food scene. Peruvian cuisine, as with Malaysian food, is a unique blend of indigenous and colonial cookery traditions. With influences from Andean to Spanish, Japanese and Chinese to African and Italian.
Upstairs at Havana, you will find a multi-entertainment space that caters for a full party experience – two spacious rooms, two beautiful balconies, four bars & a rooftop terrace, Havana is ideal for birthdays, hen’s parties, private functions and other special occasions. The Main Room is without a doubt one of the best places in Kuala Lumpur to party! International DJs spin old-school & retro hits every Friday & Saturday nights. Drinks specials all night long.
Brotzeit is a home-grown brand conceived in 2006 to introduce authentic German cuisine accompanied by world-famous quality German beer in a contemporary setting. Brotzeit is focused on achieving sustainable business growth and regional expansion by working in partnership with strategic area developers. At Brotzeit we believe in creating a warm, friendly and welcoming environment. Our passion as professionals drives us to provide high quality and innovative food and beverage offerings inspired by our German roots.