KL Food Marathon
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(71 reviews) star Food tour Kuala Lumpur 1 - 4 watch_later 4 hours
- done Discover the city from a tasty angle
- done East like the locals
You will be picked up anywhere in: Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
What you can expect
Here, you will be able to experience the variety of food that makes the city famous. Get a bite at a flying roti canai, slurp some spicy curry mee or indulge in an ice-cold ABC treat. And don't forget our daily specials like the teh-tarik and the nasi lemak.
Your journey will start at the local wet market where we will show you the local ingredients. We will then proceed to the most famous Malay food area for some satay, nasi kerabu, rendang, ikan bakar and kueh.
After that, what's better to eliminate the calories than a walk to the Indian neighbourhood for some spicy curries, some special rotis and a banana leaf.
And finally, we will loose ourselves in the small streets of Chinatown for some dim-sum, taufu fah, sago gula Melaka and more.
If you have any special request please contact me for a personalized offer.
This is the plan
Food tour details
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my name is Mat and I have been trekking the Malaysian jungle together with the Orang Asli (the indigenous people of Malaysia) for the last 8 years.
I am originately from France but I have settled in Malaysia and married a Malaysian girl. I can speak Malay fluently.
Ask the locals and they will tell you that I know the country better than them!
From a night in a cave, a dip in a local waterfall, a bite at some quirky food (buffalo's penis soup, monitor lizard, snake and more) to cultural insights, survival tips and information about the fruits, animals and plants of the jungle, you can be sure that you will learn a lot more about the country than you would expect from a foreigner ;)"