Kuala Lumpur Travel Guide for Food Lovers

Kuala Lumpur travel guide for food lovers

The famous duo of Petronas Towers probably pop up in your mind when you think about Kuala Lumpur… …And while the Petronas Towers are pretty sweet to check out (I stared at them for about 30 minutes on my first visit, then got some street food and ate while looking at them), there are also… [Read More]

PHOTO: Fried Hokkien Mee


Fried Hokkien Mee Malaysian food, is as you already know, one of my favorite cuisines in the world. Fried Hokkien Mee, is a pile of noodles flash stir fried in oil (or lard), and flavored with dark soy sauce.

Exotic Fruit: Southeast Asian Cempedak


Fruit, of all types, is one of the ultimate things to consume on the planet. It’s fresh, sweet, juicy, natural, and pure healthy goodness. Not only do I love bananas, mangoes, apples, pineapple, and other around the world familiar fruits, but I also particularly enjoy sampling rarer breeds of exotic fruit. Southeast Asia, as well… [Read More]

PHOTO: Chow Kit Market Ingredients


Chow Kit Market One of my favorite places to visit in Kuala Lumpur is the Chow Kit Market. All the ingredients you could ever want to cook a feast are available at the market including lots of stink beans and the pods pictured (known as look ngian in Thai, but not sure what they are… [Read More]

Durian Coffee – Glory or Gag?


Take the world’s greatest beverage and fuse it with the world’s greatest fruit (possibly the world’s greatest thing), and you’ve got durian coffee. Yet even though it seems like a combination that’s so simple, it took a Malaysian Einstein with a stroke of culinary genius to come up with such a gourmet treat. I was visiting… [Read More]

Chinese Lunchtime Pop-Up Buffet in Kuala Lumpur


Catering mainly to the day worker crowd, there are lots of street-side restaurants in Kuala Lumpur that pop-up for lunch. While randomly browsing Kuala Lumpur, searching for something to eat, I bumped into a little Chinese buffet serving something known as Economy Rice (video). It included all the great indicators of a delicious street food… [Read More]

VIDEO: Durian Coffee – The Test


(if you can’t see the video, watch durian coffee here) Thank you for watching! Durian coffee. How could someone not be curious to try the combination of a great beverage crossed with the world’s best fruit? The instant pack of coffee did smell and taste of durian, but the only problem was that it was… [Read More]

VIDEO: Salak – Snake Fruit!


(if you can’t see the video, watch Salak fruit video here) Thank you for watching! In English it’s called snake fruit, but in Malaysia it’s known more commonly as salak. One of my favorite things to do in Kuala Lumpur is go to Chow Kit Market, and that’s exactly where I picked up this bag… [Read More]