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I'm an Asian street food specialist and TV presenter. I cook, I write, I travel, I shoot videos and I do television.
Yes, Changkat Bukit Bintangper Robert's answer. It's right next to Jalan Alor where there's a famous night market if you want to grab a bite there before or after. Also Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur 's famous SkyBar is a must-visit. See More
Melaka (as suggested by Jae Oh) is very popular with Singaporeans - great food, lots of beautiful heritage sights and driveable from Singapore island. On weekends the centre of town turns into a thriving, bustling market - some tourists like it and m... See More
Melaka is one of my favourite destinations; the food scene is great and it has a lot of well-preserved historical buildings and a unique culture. Kuala Lumpur is very cosmopolitan - lots of big, glitzy malls; Penang is the undisputed street food capi... See More
When I was travelling with a film crew through Malaysia I hired an 8-seater tour van with driver for about AUD350 per day. That was thru a contact supplied by a tour guide who had a friend etc. I don't have the details on hand unfortunately. You can ... See More
There's some great food in Kampung Baru (New Village); the places there are quite traditional and rustic and cater to a local crowd. Madam Kwan Pavillion is a local favourite if you want to experience Malaysian food in comfortable, air-conditioned su... See More
Hi Katie, I would suggest the Golden Triangle ie. near the Bukit Bintang area. That's where a lot of the malls and also night markets are concentrated, so you get the best of both worlds. I regularly stay at Traders Hotel KL near the Suria KLCC and P... See More
I was hosted by a local travel operator (full disclosure - it was complimentary, but similarly I'm not paid to promote it) called People Express Travel late last year; they had designed a new tour that covered some of Kuala Lumpur and also some off-t... See More
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I like Chwee Kueh, which if you're not wandering too far out of the Scotts Road/Orchard Road area, can be found in the food court underneath the department store, Tang's Restaurant 唐城食府. Also love Nasi Padang which originates from Indonesia but wildl... See More