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Food Tour Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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About Food Tour Malaysia
Food has always been part of our communities. Having multiple ethnicities where you live gives you great chance to be a part of so many celebrations. And with all these celebrations there is always a meal. So you see, us Malaysians take our food very seriously. Food Tour Malaysia Food in Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur is unique. Some dishes here you will not be able to find in other parts of the country, and if you do, chances are that they probably could trace their roots to these 2 cities. Penang being the only other exception. The daily ritual of eating communally is one of the most endearing of Malaysian experiences. It is warm, and it's at the dinner table where you get to really understand and get the authentic 'feel', the heartbeat of the Malaysian community.
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Kuala Lumpur is one of Asia’s street food capitals—yet, with such diversity from district to district, it’s hard to know what to eat and where. Feast like a local on this Kuala Lumpur food tour that takes you to street vendors, hidden eateries, and hawker courts in air-conditioned comfort with a group of no more than four.
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Ian C wrote a review Dec 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia77 contributions26 helpful votes
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Sri Teja Food Court Putrajaya.If you are around sightseeing Malaysia's Administrative Capital Putrajaya and looking for local delicacies the food court situated at Presinct 9 is worth a visit.Many varieties of local malaysian food and drinks are available at reasonable prices.A local dish that you don't wanna miss is the ever famous Mee Rebus Johore Hj.Wahid and Mee Bandung Muar Pak Abu.Recomended ,a must try and the stalls are located side by side.The food court is open air with a canopy type roofing and surrounded with many local tempting food stalls.Happy New Year 2021,stay safe,observed SOP
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Ilya wrote a review Jun 2020
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Such a great tour! Highly recommend. I went back in January 2020 with my friend who had been living in KL since August. The food was great, of course, but our guide, Ken, really made the experience. He was courteous, funny, and knowledgable, and I felt like he really enjoyed sharing his favorite spots and meeting new people. Make sure to show up hungry and to pace yourself so that you're not stuffed before the last stop!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Annie M wrote a review May 2020
Beijing, China7 contributions9 helpful votes
Timothy was a great guide, who also safely drove us to each location. The amount of food was insane. Come hungry! The location of the first stop is a little out of town, but it's an authentic Malaysian eatery. I love that the Chinese stop follows the Chinese market. Having visited from China for CNY, I did not want Chinese food. I already have that! However, the sour noodle soup we ate at the Chinese market was one of the best bowls of noodles I've ever had! Lastly, my only complaint was that we couldn't spend 3+ hours at the Indian restaurant. So delicious! He even took us to the city center at the end of the night. It was a great time. Well worth it. Thanks!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Brenda Chenu wrote a review Apr 2020
New South Wales, Australia45 contributions46 helpful votes
We had unforgettable food experience with Malaysia food tour team. The trip is fun and full of amazement. The food was very simple but tasty and we learnt every story about each of the food we tried. Very happy with the trip!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Shropshirefoodie wrote a review Mar 2020
Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom80 contributions82 helpful votes
My hubby and I met our guide at a train station Outside of the centre of KL and he first took us to a nearby bustling Malay street food court where we sampled delicious small portions. Then onto Chinese food courts, and finally Indian delicacies. All interspersed with some guided sight seeing which of course is so different at night. It was a wonderful way to spend 4 hours and a great introduction to KL and the foods of Malaysia.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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