Asian Heritage Row (AHR) runs along the quaint Jalan Doraisamy, which is situated just off Jalan Sultan Ismail, next to the Sheraton Imperial Hotel. It is strategically located in the heart of the city and is growing in popularity as a preferred destination for the young and trendy. It encompasses a row of elegant and charming restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs and even has a foot reflexology salon. These 80-year old prewar houses, that were once abandoned and ignored, have now been given new life with F&B outlets of international standards. Kuala Lumpur has become a hive of dynamic activity and is quickly emerging as an international metropolis in her own right. KL city firmly embraces a modern vision, yet its rich heritage has never been forgotten. This harmonious merge of old and new is revealed in a fusion of tradition and modernity in both Kuala Lumpur's culture and infrastructure. In following with the traditions of the city, Asian Heritage Row was developed to encapsulate the city's past, present and future. As with most great cities of the world, which have their unique cultural and leisure districts (eg. Montmart in Paris, Soho in New York, Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong and Clark Quay in Singapore), Asian Heritage Row aims to position itself as a new landmark for the city as a cultural, dining and entertainment district for both international tourists and locals.