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Best things to do in Hampshire Park

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Café
“A food truck park just in front of the Twin Towers. It is within walking distance and located next to the Corus Hotel. To check on what truck is available on your day of visit, and what menu each truck will be serving you can download KAPITA app on your phone to access all the information. There are 2 other TAPAK locations but located slightly in the outskirts. ”
13 locals recommend
Bus Station
3 locals recommend
Establishment
3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Get everything u want from this oldest yet busy Mall. From Supermartket to Cafes, Fast foods, Bags, Shoes, Clothing , Jewellery, Scarfs, Carpets, Camera, Local pre paid sim cards, money changers & Pharmacy”
3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Ampang Park Shopping Centre has many small shops and eateries that cater to budgets of about MYR20 per pax”
4 locals recommend
Food
2 locals recommend
Spiritual Center
“This is an acient chinese temple cum vegetarian restaurant. Strongly suggest for vegan who looking for good, budget friendly, vegetarian during lunch hour. Try to avoid 1-2pm as it is very crowded ”
1 local recommends
Japanese Restaurant
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Street Food Gathering
“I like it here personally simply due to its various choice of scrumptious foods (malaysian, korean, vietnamese, thailand, western delicacies) at the affordable price too! The air and the open space it settled in provides your hang out worthwhile. ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Combining the best of Malay cooking with an introduction to the traditions of Southeast Asia, Songket offers its diners a comprehensive cultural experience. Songket gets its name from a type of intricately patterned, hand-woven and traditional fabric. This fabric adorns the restaurant and visitors are offered an introduction to its history and its manufacture. Diners are also entertained with regular performances of traditional Malay singing and dancing. The food matches this cultural celebration with a menu featuring staples such as Masak Lemak Udang Nanas, prawn and pineapple chunks, and Rusuk Salai Berkicap, chargrilled marinated short ribs.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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1 local recommends
Light Rail Station
“Conveniently located at the intersection of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Tun Razak, are well serviced by the public transportation such as buses, taxis and Light Rail Transit (LRT) and within walking distance to the Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia’s iconic building.”
11 locals recommend
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