Central Market

This pre-war building was the principal wet market for Kuala Lumpur in the early years. It was extensively renovated in the 1980's and turned into an arts and cultural centre. It has become the place for local artists to demonstrate their skills and display their work. There are numerous shops and stalls which sell bric-a-brac, antiques, souvenirs, handicrafts and Asian artefacts. An open air stage serves as the regular venue for traditional and contemporary dances as well as musical concerts.