Popularity of Bukit Ampang lookout point draws diners


This spot along Jalan Hulu Langat in Bukit Ampang is popular as it offers a panoramic view of the city. — Photos: ART CHEN and LOW LAY PHON

A NEW batch of hawkers have started operating illegal roadside stalls at Bukit Ampang in Ampang, Selangor barely three months after the earlier operators were relocated.

The stalls that operate only at night, are located at the top of a steep slope known for its panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur city centre.

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