Here are more images of Jalan Sultan Chinatown Kuala Lumpur from my old photo collection.
This is another famous black mole removal in KL. In fact Mr Chin also removes corns as well. Walk up the flight of stairs at number 50A, Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur.
Heard of Chinese face fortune telling or reading? It is an ancient practice where one can read about your life by studying your facial features, moles and the shape of your head. So if you like to have your face read, then walk up to the gloomy narrow stairway to second floor of Suite 2.12 at Jalan Sultan. To be exact, it is just opposite Nam Heong Chicken Rice Restaurant. Look for Mr Lee or better known as Lee Sinsang.
Master Lee has been reading face fortune for over 70 years. Plus Lee Sin Sang also provide mole removing service. Yes, to remove those so-called bad luck moles. Like to know more details, visit Lee Sinsang website.
Here is another photo of the popular dumpling (pau) stall at Lorong Sultan 5. If you go at around elven o’ clock in the morning, you get the chance to see how dumplings or pau are made. The vendor make all his dumplings right at the narrow lane off Jalan Sultan, KL.
This is the side entrance of Grocer’s Inn Chinatown Kuala Lumpur. It is facing the narrow lane of Lorong Sultan 3 where there is an open air Chinese barber shop.
These are the two famous Hainanese Chicken Rice shops which I mentioned in my last post on Jalan Sultan Kuala Lumpur. Nam Cheong and Kam Kee chicken rice.
I used to patronize Kam Kee restaurant back in those days, when the shop had one of vintage bulky Coca-Cola fridge.
By the way, here is an old photo of a restaurant at Jalan Sultan Kuala Lumpur, which I found it from the Internet. The name of the shop is The Colonial Restaurant and it was at number 47 & 49, Sultan Street (Jalan Sultan) Kuala Lumpur.