5 Unique Street Snacks To Try In Kuala Lumpur

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Everyone that’s done their research on or has been to Malaysia will know that it is a haven for food lovers. From world-known favourites like the nasi lemak and Penang asam laksa to the debatable durian, Malaysia, whose influences include Chinese, Indian and Malay, never disappoints when it comes to culinary offerings.

In this video, The Food Ranger, Trevor James visits one of Kuala Lumpur’s best and largest night markets (pasar malam). Here, he narrows down his top 5 unique (and strange) Malaysian street food:

 

The pasar malam Trevor visits is located in Taman Connaught, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.

Getting there: Take the LRT (Ampang Line) to Bandar Tun Razak. From the station, take a taxi to Jalan Cerdas in Taman Connaught.

Operating day/hours: Every Wednesday, 5.30 P.M. – 12 midnight

Coordinates: 3.0815789,101.7037145

 

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As a homebody, Maggie likes spending her week-nights and weekends curled up on the couch with her furbabies, catching up on her favourite TV shows, all while sipping on a nice warm cup of green tea.

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