The following review will guide you to the best bars and nightclubs in the city as of late 2018.
Weissbrau (German Bistro Malone's (Irish Pub) and Tom, Dick and Harry's Live (with live band).
These venues have either live music, a DJ or a live show (sexy dancers, fashion show, models, etc).Within nightclubs, party-goers will stay in groups around tables and avoid any interactions with others. .Popular nightclubs include Jiro (good DJs Tipsy, BarAtas and Rock Bottom (Live Music).In the city center, you can also check KX, Fuze (very popular) or Envy.They will check your ID if you look young.Apart from the venues mentioned above such as Thai Club, Beach Club and Zeta, you'll be often offered "young girls" by taxis drivers around Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang.You'll find more foreigners, particularly backpackers.The Heli Lounge Bar is more impressive as it offers a 360 view from a helipad and hosts regular live bands (the photo above was taken from there).There are a few other recommended clubs, but most of them have a more local crowd and they tend to favor bottle service.
Nightlife in Kuala Lumpur has a poor reputation as Malaysia is considered one of the most conservative countries in Asia.
T Club Bar (Bhangra music) target mostly Arabic and South Asian customers.
Perhaps the most famous is the very average Sky Bar inside the 4-star Shangri La Traders Hotel.Chinese go to Chinese clubs, Arabs to Arab Clubs, Indians to Indian clubs, etc. .Both are institutions among foreigners looking to pay for sex.It is the most crowded nightclub, the best designed and the one with the most happening events.Entrance fee is around 60RMB.Zouk I don't prostitute flange mixtape really like Zouk but it is still a must-try if you go to trec.