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The Best Bars in KL

Check Out These Places for Your Next Girls Night Out!

Kuala Lumpur is really known for its exciting nightlife, with its large variety of nightclubs and bars, with even more opening up soon. Here you can find innovative cocktails made from premium alcohol and great live music from talented underground artists and bands. Whether you’re looking to hit the bar with friends, celebrate an important event with a cocktail party, or enjoy date night over wine with your partner, you’ll surely find a reason to hit up one of these bars in KL, most of which can be found nearby to apartments like G Residen, Pantai Hillpark and Seni Mont Kiara. However, if you prefer to stay in a hotel, you can check out the rooms available in our hotel.

Check out the best ROOFTOP bars in KL in the video below!

Coley, Bangsar 

One of the most popular bars in Bangsar, Coley is known for its great cocktails, offering a diverse range for their guests on their drinks menu and even updating it every now and then with new drinks. Among these include traditional cocktails, which are given a “Coley” twist. For example, you can order the classic whisky sour, although here it is known as “Saffron Sour,” that uses bourbon with saffron, lime, sugar, egg and vanilla syrup for a unique drink that’s extremely refreshing.

If you want a night out just to drink, be sure to visit Coley, within the vicinity of Pantai Hillpark Bangsar, and even Seni condo Mont Kiara. The bar also earned a place among Asia’s best bars in 2018 and 2019.

Iron Fairies, TREC 

One of the most popular and largest bars in TREC, the Iron Fairies is set over three floors, starting from the outdoor rooftop known as Fairy Garden, to the dark enclosed Butterfly Room and finally a deep underground. The bar is known for its magical decor, that will give you the feeling of stepping inside a fairyland, as it’s designed to resemble an iron mine with a fantasy twist by designer Ashley Sutton. Around 50,000 handmade butterflies hang from the ceiling in the butterfly room, which only adds to its enchanting appeal. 

The bar is a popular choice amongst residents of G Residence Kuala Lumpur property for rent, Seni Mont Kiara condo and Pantai Hillpark rent.  Happy hour deals are ongoing from Tuesday to Sunday, whereas every Wednesday and Thursday is ladies night, and you can also experience good live music from Wednesdays to Saturdays so don’t forget to avail these great deals!

Rentak, Chinatown 

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Rentak recently opened up in Chinatown and quickly became one of the most popular hangout spots thanks to their range of affordable and creative cocktails each named after a particular sound and vinyl DJ who plays old school classics such as 70s funk and soul. With its nostalgic vibe and hip atmosphere, this bar is an ideal place for those looking for a place to chill out and tap their feet to the music. The bar aims to bring back the retro Malaysian sound through vinyl playback played by the DJ on Fridays and Saturdays, yet at the same time also plays other forms of music in order to make sure they cater to everyone’s taste. 

Jungle Bird, Bukit Damansara 

Jungle Bird was also placed among Asia’s 50 Best Bars in 2018 and 2019 as KL’s entry. This bar has possibly the largest rum collection in the city, housing over 100 labels of both dark and light rum from all over the world. The interior of the bar consists of bamboo sticks and rattan furniture, against a leafy motif wallpaper as a backdrop that gives an overall tropical vibe to the place.

Its speciality, the “Jungle Bird” cocktail, reinvents the classical Malaysian drink to resemble an actual bird with pineapple feathers and thus is a favourite amongst its guests. Another favourite is the “Rum Old Fashioned” drink made with chocolate cardamom bitters, which gives it a unique spicy taste. 

PS150, Chinatown 

This dimly lit cocktail bar in Chinatown truly transports you to another place in history. The place is divided into three separate areas that represent different time periods of Indochina. The first one is called the Opium den, that has a purely vintage vibe, with dim red lights and closed seating booths, while the post-war space is an open-air courtyard, which is ideal for hosting small events. The third one combines the modern with the traditional and is mostly a favourite amongst couples who are looking for a romantic night out. Even the cocktail menu is divided to represent different time periods such as vintage, classic, disco and contemporary. Classic drinks are given a modern twist, while original concoctions can also be found here at PS150.

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