Malaysia, Truly Asia

Malaysia, Truly Asia

Let’s explore our neighbours, Malaysia! This list consists much of places outside Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

Volcano Thunder Tea is also one of the popular food place in Kulai, specialise for their thunder tea. Tastes great as you mixed all the vegetables with the rice, pour in the tea to complete the meal.

They also have some interesting yong tau foo that you can grab as add-one as well.

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Nasi Lemak Wak Kentut is one of the famous nasi lemak places in Kulai, popular for their fried chicken. Their chilli sauce is interestingly sweet and spicy.

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This place opens before the sunrise at 5:30am and you could already see locals enjoying their breakfast here in the early morning.

Mok Gao is a popular place to grab some breakfast in the morning at Kulai town, serving their signature noodle with either beef, seafood or pork.

You get to choose the type of noodle, and pair with delicious beef meat. Accompanied with a bowl of soup.

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Every visitors to Kluang would definitely dropping by this place before leaving the town.

Many people came here to grab packages of their coffee products and they also had their own coffee shop inside as well.

The Kopi Factory served their signature coffee with pastries. And every tables here has this box of complimentary biscuits for you to pair with the coffee.

The iced coffee ice is literally a bottle of iced coffee with a bottle of ice made from coffee. So you get the rich type of coffee as you pour the iced coffee into it and let the coffee ice melt.

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Mengkibol River Hawker Centre is the oldest hawker centre in Kluang, located right at the side of the river.

The place could be seems rundown but people still coming here for some local foods.

Botak Curry Mee’s another outlet is located here. Beside this stall, you would find this attractive iced kacang dessert.

Shangrila Ais Kacang seems perfect as a dessert for after meal, which taste so soft and refreshing.

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Yean Kee is no stranger to everyone coming to Kluang, famous for their beef noodles here.

Their signature item would be this udon-like lai fun, a form of rice noodle that made freshly at the shop.

Comes with mix part of beef including the tripe, meat and tendon, naturally beefy sweet as you eat.

Remember to mix everything together with the lime and chili, and you would find some peanuts in the bowl as well. Accompanied with a beef soup.

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Looking for some local after meal dessert that is popular among the locals in Kluang?

Then you should head to this place called the 三板头亚华豆腐水, where they served the best beancurd and soya drink in town.

As I sitting in front of the shop enjoying their smooth beancurd, I could see the locals would constantly stopping by to grab their beancurd fix from this place.

You can choose from the white sugar like mine, or go with the brown sugar.

Bharatha Bhavan is said to be the oldest Indian restaurant in Kluang and they continue to be very popular till today, especially among the local Indians.

Came on weekend afternoon and this place is mostly occupied for their signature banana leaf rice set.

Each set comes with 3 different vegetables. Simple meal but flavourful. The curry chicken is spicy but not too overpowering.

The famous cendol in Kluang that has been serving for many years. Recommend to add pulut hitam to complete your dessert.

There’s glutinous rice inside the cendol, which I find it very interesting.

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If you asking locals in Kluang where to go for wanton mee, then Yuki Noodles House is definitely on the list.

Open early from 8am, this place is popular spot for some decent noodles in town. Beside the wanton mee, they also famous for their curry mee as well.

The wanton mee comes with the char siew and a bowl of wanton soup.

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Another famous breakfast place in Kluang that opens as early as 6:30am before the sun rise, yet you already can see regular locals already here getting their meal to start the day.

Tan Li Seng Coffee Shop served the usual local breakfast items such as the toast, bread and drink. Outside the coffee shop, you can grab Nasi Lemak, mee siam or mee goreng in small packaging.

There’s also a roti canai stall here as well.

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One of the popular foods you can find in Kluang, and you actually can find them in 2 locations.

Botak Curry Mee has a very aromatic and strong taste, which I find it more on the sweet side rather than the spiciness.

Topped with fishcake, cockles and char siew.

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Distance never stop me from hunting for good foods around the world.

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