Malaysia is one of the famous countries for its nightlife, you might think Malaysia is a small island country in the center of the continent of Southeast Asia, but Malaysia nightlife is full of surprises. There are a lot of astonishing clubs, cafes, bars, discos, and beach clubs, where you can spend your night out with or without your friends. Malaysia nightlife is full of exciting and thrilling thing to do.
Nightlife in Malaysia
Malaysia nightlife in the capital city Kuala Lumpur is the best place for the night out, as the sun set Malaysia nightlife in Kuala Lumpur really start to come alive. Malaysia nightlife in Kuala Lumpur starts to be overflowing with fun activities in the night time. There is always something for everyone such as bars, clubs, restaurants, discos, Chinese food, coffee, and tea shops. The places that make Kuala Lumpur nightlife in Malaysia thriving and exciting; Chagkat Bukit Bintang, Rooftop Bar, Petaling Street, Jalan Alor. Nightclubs, Chinatown, The Row Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Sultan Ismail, and Bangsar. If you are looking for a quiet night out then you should go to some restaurant or tea, coffee shop and watch Malaysia nightlife pass by.
Malaysia Nightlife at Beaches
Nightlife in Malaysia beaches are full of excitement, Langkawi, Malaysia nightlife on the beach consists of gay pubs, cocktail lounges, lively beach bars with firework shows and charming dance clubs. Here are some best beach clubs, restaurants and bars in Malaysia nightlife; The Beach Bar, Breeze Beach Club, Beach Club Café, Rhu Bar, Sigi’s Bar and Grill on the Beach, Cherating Beach Bar, Red Sky Restaurant & Bar, Mali Mali Beach Bar, Tanjong Beach Club, Bridge Bar and Dash Beach Club etc.
Malaysia Rules About Drinking Alcohol
Malaysia is a Muslim country and all Malaysian Muslims are banned for selling and drinking alcohol. However, non -Muslims 18 years old or over are allowed to buy and drink alcohol in many night club in Malaysia. Because of multicultural country alcohol is only legal in night clubs and bars in Malaysia that reserved to serve it. You should not be drinking alcohol outside of bars in Malaysia.