There are plenty of bars, karaoke lounges, a few sophisticated nightclubs and discos. Many of the larger hotels provide their own facilities.
The day time offers all manner of attractions, including the National Museum, King's residence (Istana Negara) and Merdeka Square . Various interesting self-guided Heritage Trails. City tours. Petronas Twin Towers for views from the sky bridge. Lake Gardens for bird park, butterfly park, National Monument.
Nightlife is as lively and diverse as any major city. Evening cultural shows. Chinatown's busy night market.
Eating out is everything from familiar international fast food to teeming streets lined with Chinese, Indian, Malay, Thai and Japanese restaurants, coffee shops and roadside stalls. There are plenty of contemporary upmarket restaurants in hotels. Bintang Walk lined with pavement cafes and restaurants and part of Jalan P Ramlee has numerous bars and restaurants. Prices are good value.