Brickfields’ commercial property market shines on
Published 20 March 2017
COLOURFUL textile shops, aromatic Indian cuisine and the Indian cultural street decorations along Jalan Tun Sambanthan make Brickfields a vastly different world from its upmarket neighbours, KL Sentral and Bangsar, and just a little bit farther away, Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Bangsar South.
Located at the fringe of central Kuala Lumpur, the area was once the home of brick-making fields back in the late 18th century, hence its name Brickfields.
It is now better known as KL’s Little India, a tourist destination, a transit hub, as well as one of the oldest commercial areas in KL.
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