Where To Eat In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the most popular travel destinations and for good reason. It is a multicultural country with wide ranges of cultures, traditions and food. And if you plan to visit Malaysia sometime soon, there is only one place you should not miss out on: Kuching. Located in the North of the country, Kuching is the capital and largest city of Malaysia.
Although, it is already a well known fact that Kuching is a very famous tourist destination, some people still do not know where to eat in Kuala Lumpur. I have heard stories from friends who have eaten in restaurants here that are far more authentic than anywhere else in the country. I have also been lucky enough to taste great local food there as well. In fact, local cuisine has become so popular that non-Malaysians frequent the restaurants here, especially the Chinese and Indian ones. So, you don’t have to worry about finding good Chinese or Indian food because they are plenty in this part of the country.
The best thing about eating in these restaurants is that you can get a variety of dishes from all over the country. And, not just the Chinese food. If you ask me, I like to sample local Indian food as well. But when I am there, I order just about anything from Thai to Vietnamese. As a matter of fact, I love every kind of food here. It just depends on what time of the day I go.
If you are feeling adventurous, you can try out many hidden delicacies in the North as well as South of the city. For instance, in the North, you can try out Bhai Dooj (which is a traditional Indian festival that is held in mid-January). This festival is celebrated with a lot of vigor and has many colorful costumes and parties to attend. The best time to go for Bhai Dooj is on New Year’s Eve or on Diwali. Not many people go for Bhai Dooj, but it’s certainly worth a try!
Many of these restaurants also serve other delicious foods. The South of the city is known for its spicy food, like pizza, Chinese, Japanese and others. As far as drinks go, you have many choices, including coffee shops and ice cream parlors. If you like cocktails, then you can try out clubs and pubs. Many nightspots are here as well, so you won’t be stuck out at home.
Whatever your tastes and preferences, you will easily find a restaurant that serves what you want. As long as it’s within walking distance of your apartment or hotel, then you’ve got everything you need. Shopping here is a huge draw as well, especially if you want to buy some souvenirs. Many tourists come back to Malaysia just to buy souvenirs from their favorite souvenir shops here.