Kuala Lumpur's Arrow Street is very similar to Wangfujing in Beijing or Zhongshan Road in Xiamen. On the one hand, there are large shopping malls and tall buildings, on the other hand, it is an open-air food street. For tourists, this is the place to go. On the streets of about 1000 meters long, restaurants are densely distributed on both sides. They mainly serve seafood and Southeast Asian cuisine. Most of the diners are tourists, so the waiters of restaurants will stand directly on the street to solicit customers. There are also trolley foods, tropical fruits and hand-made ice cream that are indispensable. Eating and walking will never fail your stomach.