And just like that, another year has passed, and it’s time to celebrate! There are so many wonderful things to do on New Year’s Eve that the night will undoubtedly not be wasted, even if you are unable to celebrate it exactly as you had hoped.
The company is what matters most, so we’ve compiled a list of the top activities and dining options in town to help you spend this year’s end with your loved ones.
1. KLCC Park
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In Kuala Lumpur, KLCC Park offers the best view of the fireworks and is a popular nighttime destination for locals. However, in light of the recent announcement by the Malaysian government, KLCC stands in solidarity with our fellow Malaysians who are currently facing difficult times and has decided not to hold any live performances or fireworks displays, but will continue to illuminate the KLCC Park and Lake Symphony Fountains on December 31, 2022, from 8 p.m. to 12.30 a.m.
2. Staycation in the city at WOLO Kuala Lumpur
What could be a more enjoyable way to ring in the new year than with a relaxing staycation? WOLO Kuala Lumpur is well situated in Jalan Bukit Bintang, one of the city’s busiest and most vibrant districts. The best dining, shopping, cultural attractions, and nightlife in the city are all within easy walking distance of this location.
Stay in at the heart of the city with a different view in our Gold Room King for as low as RM308. Visit https://wolohotel.com.my/our-rooms/ to reserve a tranquil stay with your loved ones.
3. Enjoy Nightlife at Changkat Bukit Bintang
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The exciting place to be on New Year’s Eve with your friends and family to see the fireworks is the crowded streets of Bukit Bintang. Before you immerse yourself in the chaos, enjoy your dinner from one of the many bars, pubs, and restaurants that line the street.
The main event that draws both locals and visitors is the massive countdown outside the Pavilion Mall, which leads to a full evening of celebrations.
4. Japanese dinner at Yakiniku Great WOLO
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Yakiniku Great is now open in Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang neighbourhood. It is located on the third floor of WOLO Kuala Lumpur. It is different from the ordinary Japanese-style yakiniku restaurant in the market, Yakiniku Great specializes in rare black Wagyu beef parts, with their famous rare part – Misuji – loved by many in Japan and Hong Kong, it will be a hit among Malaysians!
Yakiniku is the style of cooking bite-sized meat on a griddle, which also means “grilled meat” in Japanese. Enjoy this A5-graded Japanese black Wagyu beef with your loved ones on New Year’s Eve.