Best Secret Places of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Private Tour, Local Experience

About Irina

About me

I am open-minded and open-hearted person. I love the life and I truly believe that every day is an adventure. Love cozy cafes, long-distance walks and nature.
My native language is russian.

My experiences and qualifications

My hobby is to discover a new places in town and I am happy to share it with others.

Languages I speak

English,Русский

About Local Tour In Riga-latvia

The services that I offer

Visit local attractionsVisit local attractions
Historical and cultural activitiesHistorical and cultural activities
Food tripFood trip
SightseeingSightseeing
Amusement parksAmusement parks
Party and drinksParty and drinks
Nature and adventure activitiesNature and adventure activities

My trip includes

TransportTransport

A detail of what I will be offering

I can help you to discover Latvia.

What to expect

Good company and some places which are not in the guidebooks.

Guest requirements

All are welcome

Minimum group size

1

Advance notice (in days)

14

Cancellation policy.

Refundable if you cancel at least 72 hours before job starts.Refundable if you cancel at least 72 hours before job starts.


Service Rates

EUR5/hour
Is not included accommodation, meal, transfer and entrance fees.

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Things to do in Malaysia

Sightseeing

1. Visit Klang for the famous "Bah Kut Teh"

Bah Kut Teh is a dish with only pork and herbs along with Chinese Tea, but it comes in many forms. The name literally translates from hokkien dialect as "meat bone tea". Despite its name, there is in fact no tea in the dish itself; the name refers to a Chinese Tea which is usually served alongside the soup which can dilute and dissolve the copious amount of fat that has consumed in this pork-laden dish.

Bah Kut Teh could be strong and intense, or light and soupy. It could come in a humble bow with only pork, or it could come in a claypot of goodies. The locals will guide you to the best Bah Kut Teh restaurant they have in Klang and make sure you will never forget the taste of Bah Kut Teh.

2. Taman Connaught Pasar Malam 

It is located in Cheras, KL, Malaysia. Taman Connaught Pasar Malam is also known as the longest Night Market in Malaysia. You can find 700+ stalls here in Connaught Pasar Malam as well as lots of local foods! Not only local foods, there are also a lot of T-shirts, Women's clothes, bags, toys and more. Ask your local guide to bring you there and enjoy :)

photo credits to IsaacTan.net

 

 

 
 

3. Pasar Air Itam Laksa

This popular Asam Laksa stall is next to the Air Itam market in George Town, Penang. You would notice there's an uncle (the owner) scooping up the soup in and out the bowl in quick succession. Asam Laksa has been ranked by the CNN Travel as the 7th out of 50 most delicious foods in the world, and you should try it in Penang which has the best Asam Laksa in Malaysia.

photo credits to danielfooddiary.com

4. Restaurant I.V, Klang

The slogan of Restaurant I.V is "Only The Best", and is indeed one of the best Mamak in Malaysia. Mamak Food refers to the food that often sells by Tamil Muslims in Malaysia and this place is always packed with people from 7am. The popular dishes of Mamak in Malaysia are: Roti Canai, Roti Telur, Nasi Kandar, Nasi Lemak and more, ask your local guide to choose the best one for you or you can try each one out every day in Malaysia!

photo credits to bangsarbabe.com

 

 

 

5. Chung Wah Chicken Rice Ball

Chung Wah is known for one awesome dish - chicken rice. Chung Wah has been one of the most popular chicken rice in Malacca, its rice balls are rolled and made to perfection while the chicken is tender and tasty. Chung Wah has the almost unending queues, the waiting time can reach up to an hour because it is full of locals and tourists. 

photo credits to globalcitizensam.asia

 

6. Liang Mu Yuan Fried Chicken, Klang Jaya

If you are a huge fan of fried chicken, Liang Mu Yuan Fried Chicken in Klang Jaya is definitely a must for you to visit! It is located by the street of Taman Klang Jaya and there are a lot of locals, you can either have their chicken with wrapped nasi lemak or order only their chicken. Besides that, you can also order other steam dumplings, as well as "siew mai". Liang Mu Yuan Fried Chicken serves the best fried chicken you can ever have because their fried chickens have a different yet amazing taste, you will fall in love once you get to have one bite of it :)

photo credits to thecoverage.my

 

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