A good example of 'adhocracy architecture" to me (note: i'm not an architect so take my comments with a large bucket of salt) - cluttered and messy, this is Kuala Lumpur's shopper's triangle. A good place to walkabout to take in the pulse of this crowded and bustling city. Beware of pick-pockets though.
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A K.L. Hawker Center to the Extreme
This Kuala Lumpur institution is in the heart of the Bukit Bintang shopping area. In the basement of the Lot 10 shopping mall, at 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, a developer built the quintessential food court. It's an atmospheric hawker center, with over 30 stalls, most of which are branches of famous K.L. eateries, each with their own specialties. These include barbecue pork and duck, wonton noodle soup, dim sum, Singaporean specialities like radish cake, Korean dishes, and desserts like ice kachang—a crushed ice and fruit dish.
I was sitting at a crowded table at Lot 10 when I realized I could live in K.L., so long as I were walking distance from Lot 10. Everything I ate was fantastic and reasonably priced.