Its been far too long living in Malaysia and never had a chance to search hidden gems in Kuala Lumpur? Here i am going to share with you because i finally found it!
I am sharing this on behalf of all the Malaysian out there who has been busy working and just treat their days as an ordinary days living in Malaysia. Well wake up! I finally did as i had my short trip to Kuala Lumpur as i just wanted to explore what is in Kuala Lumpur? other than the hustle bustle.
Thanks to my friend for bringing me to central market. To my surprise i did not know Central Market has change so much. I even can’t remember when were the last time i visited. It was full of multi cultural things. The flooring? OMG its like a Moroccon style isn’t it? The lightings, the shops and all of it…. give me the warm feeling and full of heritage? if you know what i mean.
The carpet was amazing, full of colours and the intricacy of sewing is marvellous.
I felt like i was a tourist and starting to appreciate more about my culture. This particular thing is called ‘Wayang Kulit’. Back in the old days when television were not invented yet, the locals will watch this as an entertainment. Basically there will be two person holding two of this stick and start to act or impersonate the stick character.
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Each mask represent different characteristics of a person, even from the slightest choosing from colours,shape of the eyes, face shape and etc. Don’t you think even without wearing this mask a normal individual of people has worn many mask too? Can you think of a friend who does not wear a mask? Just a thought….
Namoo Koreaan Dessert Cafe n Bistro
This is one of my favourite Korean restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Their tteokbokki are never disappointing and their coffee is amazing. But i have to warn you their sweet dessert is not that good though.
Dolsot Bibimbap is a hotpot with a mixture of rice for those of you who are health conscious, you should give it a try. Wanna know more about Namoo?
Sunway Putra Mall
My oh my it was my first to visit Sunway Putra Mall. I fell in love with the food court interior design it brings me back to the olden days restaurants in a small shop lot. There is a variety of restaurants here from local delights to western and asian delights.
In the end i just had to try this Japanese restaurant which is located one floor below the food court area.
Marugame Udon & Tempura
Whats on my plate?
- Beef Udon
- Fried veggie tempura
Sunway Putra Mall is located in the heart of the city. When your in town be sure to visit this mall as it offers a variety of food with a reasonable price. You won’t regret it!
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Dinner time at Sri Nirwana
The most famous banana leaf food for locals and tourist. Why banana leaf? Well instead of putting the food on a plate, they just use a banana leaf. A must must try and i will give you some tips on what to order.
- Banana leaf with white rice and fried chicken
- Banana leaf with white rice and chicken masala
- Fired squid
- Definitely ask for extra fried veggie
Black Horse Cheras
Yes coincidently my top matches with the desserts in monochrome style! lol
The dessert are:
- White pearl choc pop
- Flower choc pop
- Monochrome choc pop
- Chocolate truffle
A cool hip place to chill
Do i need to explain more? When you see this type of dishes obviously it is at ‘mamak’. Why the name is ‘mamak’? Honestly i have no idea. This restaurant are famous for their local food such as:
- Roti perata
- Fried mee or Fried mee hoon
- Fried rice
- Chicken tandoori
The list goes on and on. Basically most of the food comes from India but with a twist of a Malaysian flavouring. Prices? totally affordable.
- Fried maggie
- Tom yam mee hoon
- Prada roll with sausage
I am truly grateful to be a Malaysian because there is tonnes of food to eat and we are rich with multi racial which also means there is a lot of cultural aspect in just one country. Malaysia truly Asia.
Which restaurant is your favourite?
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