McDonald’s Malaysia Unveils Iconic Fries Crosswalk In the Heart of Kuala Lumpur

When we say McD, what comes to mind? Immediately at the top of one’s head, we’ll go Ayam Goreng McD or of course, the McNuggets. Well, this is about to change because you’ll soon be thinking about nothing but McD’s fries especially if you’re at Bukit Bintang.

Make Way For The McDonald’s Fries Crosswalk At Bukit Bintang

Behold, McDonald’s Malaysia has just made its mark in the heart of Kuala Lumpur by illustrating its world-famous French Fries onto the Bukit Bintang crosswalk.

McDonald's Fries Walk Bukit Bintang

McDonald's Fries Walk Bukit Bintang

Why Bukit Bintang you ask? There’s a historic reason for this. The McDonald’s Fries Crosswalk will lead visitors straight into the very first McDonald’s restaurant that opened its doors in Malaysia 40 years ago, back in 1982. Amazing right? 

McDonald's Fries Walk Bukit BintangPhoto: @bijim_ (Instagram)

Just today, The McDonald’s Fries Crosswalk was officially unveiled by YB Dato’ Seri Dr. Shahidan Bin Kassim, Minister of Federal Territories, as well as YBhg. Dato’ Azmir Jaafar, Managing Director and Local Operating Partner of McDonald’s Malaysia, at McDonald’s Bukit Bintang. 

McDonald's Fries Walk Bukit Bintang

Next IG-Worthy Spot In KL

McDonald's Fries Walk Bukit Bintang

So the next time you’re at Bukit Bintang, stop by and take an #ootd photo here. We’re pretty sure this is gonna be one of the photo-op spots in KL. If you’re planning to strike a pose, share with us the photos in the comments. Bye!

Source: Press Release

Featured Image: @dianeau (Instagram)

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