A few restaurants in Kampung Berembang, Ampang have organised themselves into an Indonesian entertainment enclave which host late night parties for Indonesian labourers and factory workers who live in the vicinity. Apparently, these restaurants serve as karaoke and dance halls for the Indonesian foreign workers who patronise these restaurants to dance, gamble and take drugs. From this, it appears that DBKL has been quite liberal in enforcing local entertainment regulations in Kampung Berembang.
According to Harian Metro, what is more puzzling is how some of these Indonesians have managed to acquire the privilege of staying, rent free, in housing provided by the government specially meant for poor Malaysian citizens.
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