Malaysian Street Food Tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | HUGE Chinese, Indian and Malay Food JOURNEY!

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Malaysian Street Food – Malaysian Food – Kuala Lumpur Street Food
Malaysian Street Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the best! A multicultural display of extremely delicious specialty food is available for eating. Within Malaysian street food, there is Malay Street food, Chinese Street Food, and Indian street food all available to try and the options are endless. Kuala Lumpur street food is some of the best in the world. Street food around the world is different everywhere, but what is so special about Malaysia is how multicultural everything is and how unique the cooking and food culture is. So for my 3rd trip to Malaysia, we came for a Kuala Lumpur food tour. Chuchu and I decided to travel to Malaysia on a 4 day eating vacation to eat as much street food and local specialties as we could.

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One thing that we both fell in love with about Malaysian cuisine, is that you could really spend a lifetime eating here tasting the local varieties of Chinese food, Indian Food, and Malay Food. With our limited amount of time on this trip, we ate non stop to sample all of the Kuala Lumpur food available. That being said, in 4 days, we barely scratched the surface of Malaysian food, there is so much more!

We visited a few famous Chinese cuisine places, a few famous Malay cuisine places, and of course some amazing Indian cuisine as well.

Below are the addresses for the Malaysian cuisine that we sampled in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

1) Chinese Indian Food (Fish Head Curry) – PUDU CHINESE INDIAN RICE @ RESTORAN SIN HIAP KEE
2) Nasi Campur and Ikan Bakar @ Gerai Pak Lang Ikan Bakar – Kampung Baru
3) Malaysian dessert street Cendol
4) Malaysian Nasi Lemak at Village Park
5) Banana Leaf Rice at Sri Paandi in Little India (Brickfields)
6) Nasi Dagang only open on the weekends at Nasi Dagang Warung Terengganu
6) Ooi Noodle House famous Pork Noodle
7), Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
8)Restoran Home Cooking @ Sungai Way, PJ – near the Indian temple at Sungai Way
9) Durian at SS2 Durian Wai’s Durian
10) Dry Bak Kut Teh AKA Rougucha @ Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh, Puchong
11) Roti Canai at Nasi Kandar Pelita

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My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious .

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  2. Tony Chong 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    You're one luckiest guy buddy, you got one excellent looking Chinese lady with you. She presented herself very well smart lady, I love to watch her of course you too n take care of her.

  3. tiger khan 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    speaking other languages so easily must be a spy mostly find this guy at muslim countries under the cover of food rangers who gonna spend his time for tasting just food and spies must be a cia or any other agencies agent.

  4. fes sam 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    Hi. Can anyone tell me the name of the place they went to for the home cooked Chinese pork dishes and the chicken and ginger dish? Many thanks

  5. Joyce China 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    I ❤ malaysian food so yummy and spicy, thanks for sharing I likes & subscribed👍✌👌Shoutout from all the people of China & Macau here👏

  6. Kamini Reddy 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    Hey Trevor hope you will come to fiji islands one day would love to show u around the food culture of our island country

  7. selebet 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    OMG, most of price showing in video is "SEMBELIH PRICE" for example banana leaf restaurant… Come on fellow Malaysian… be honest, responsible and avoid greediest ☺. Because some of you, it may spoil others.
    RM77 for 2 people (nasi campur & garlic nan) gila babas. Kaya balik Bombay naik helikopter la.

  8. pjkr123 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    I never knew "SOTONG" is derived from chinese (is it mandarin or hokkien though?) hahaha, in Indonesia sometimes we call cuttlefish = sotong too!! BTW that nasi lemak looks delicious

  9. Charlotte Love Animals 2 August, 2020 at 07:15 Reply

    Wow That guy is really good at speaking Chinese, I'm a Australian so i don't really know how to speak Chinese but i do a little and i do speak a little Spanish, i'm really good at English. I know a little bit Chinese because i study in China before

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