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10 Mamak Stall

Is a food establishment which serves mamak food owned and operate by Tamil Muslims in Malaysia. Mamak stalls tend to be popular among Malaysian youths as hang out spots, due to cheap food and beverages being served! No other eatery has quite as much cultural significance in Malaysia.

11 Hawker Centre

A hawker centre or food centre is the name given to open-air complexes in Malaysia housing many stalls that sell a variety of inexpensive food.

12 Alor Street

The best eating place in KL is not necessary be in the air-conditioned restaurants. Alor Street (Jalan Alor), the stalls are parked all along the street. It will be an over-whelming experience for the first timers to decide what to eat.

13 Malaysia Cuisines

There are too many to list out! Travel Kaki only picks out some dishes for your introduction…

Teh Tarik

Teh tarik (literally pulled tea) is a hot tea beverage which its name is derived from the pouring process of "pulling" the drink during preparation. It is an all-time favourite drink that has become part of Malaysian night life together with mamak stall.

Roti Canai

Roti canai is a type of flatbread (circular and flat) served with curry or dhal, often sold in Mamak stalls. It is one of the most popular breakfasts in Malaysia.

Dim Sum

Dim sum is the name for a Chinese cuisine which involves a wide range of light dishes served alongside Chinese tea. Dishes come in small portions and may include meat, seafood, and vegetables, as well as desserts and fruit. The items are usually served in a small steamer basket or on a small plate.

Curry Puff

It is a small pie consisting of specialized curry with chicken and potatoes in a deep-fried or baked pastry shell. Malaysians love the piping hot curry puff with their irresistible crispy skin.

Nasi Lemak

It is called the national dish, a national heritage of Malaysia. Usually, this comes as a platter of food with cucumber slices, small dried anchovies, roasted peanuts, hard-boiled egg, and hot spicy sauce at its core. Nasi lemak is must try dish.

Hokkien Mee

Hokkien mee refers to fried noodles cooked in Hokkien (Fujian) style. It is a dish of thick yellow noodles braised in thick dark soy sauce with pork, squid, fish cake and cabbage as the main ingredients and cubes of pork fat fried until crispy.

Yong Tau Foo

Yong tau foo (stuffed bean curd) is a Chinese soup dish. It is essentially a clear consomme soup containing a varied selection of food items including fish balls, crab sticks, cuttlefish, lettuce and etc.


It is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, mutton, beef, or other meats; the bamboo skewers are often used. This mouth-watering dish is grilled or barbecued over a wood or charcoal fire and infused with flavour due to the marination.

Pisang Goreng

Pisang Goreng (fried banana) is a snack food. The banana is battered and then deep fried till delightfully crispy on the outside yet wonderfully soft on the inside.

Ais Kacang

Ais kacang (literally "red bean ice"), is a dessert served in Malaysia. This sinful dessert is sweet-tasting and is primarily ice served with sweet flavoured syrup and jelly. It can also be your saviour from the hot weather.
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Batik Painting

Batik painting is a delicate art and craft that uses wax-resist dyeing technique on fabric. There are few ways of creating batik today and the best batik are those painstakingly hand-drawn by artisans. And now you will have the opportunity to paint your own Batik with us!