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Discover the Best Local Food Tour by Night in Kuala Lumpur

Highlights
  • Discover Malaysia’s three main food cultures: Indian, Chinese, and Malay
  • Sample dim sum, Indian pancakes, satay, and foamy “teh Tarik” tea
  • Eat like a local at three locations as you hear stories from your private guide
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Discover the Best Local Food Tour by Night in Kuala Lumpur
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6 PM Food Tour at NightMost Popular
6 PM. Eat like the locals in a private and authentic night tour from Monorali passing by Hutong, Jalan Alor, Mamak and see other local street food places.
From US$18.40
5:30 PM Food Tour at Night
5:30 PM. Eat like the locals in a private and authentic night tour from Monorali passing by Hutong, Jalan Alor, Mamak and see other local street food places.
From US$18.40
7 PM Food Tour at Night
7 PM. Eat like the locals in a private and authentic night tour from Monorali passing by Hutong, Jalan Alor, Mamak and see other local street food places.
From US$18.40
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Overview

No visit to Kuala Lumpur would be complete without sampling its three delicious culinary traditions: Indian, Chinese, and Malay. This great-value private tour is just like having your own local friend to guide you around the city center. Sample dim sum, satay, Indian pancakes, and more, as you tour the Bukit Bintang area and learn about Malaysian culture.

What to Expect

Greet your private guide at the AirAsia–Bukit Bintang Monorail station and head for the nightlife area of Jalan Bukit Bintang. Start at the Hutong Food Court to experience “siew bao” (crispy barbecued roasted chicken buns) and the Malay classic curry puff, a flaky pastry filled with chicken curry.

Amid the hawker stalls and seafood eateries of Jalan Alor, let your guide select dim sum and satay, Malaysia’s answer to kebabs. Visit a “mamak”—Malaysian-Indian eatery—for paper-thin “dosa” pancakes served with Indian sauces. Wash everything down with a foaming glass of “teh tarik” milk tea before you bid your guide farewell in central Bukit Bintang.

Reviews (44)
1 - 5 of 28 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent tour!

Great opportunity to sample the various foods of Kuala Lumpur! Our guide was so knowledgeable and engaging. Many good stories about the various ethnic groups that influence Malaysian cooking. Small group mad it very enjoyable.

Thank eck10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Suberb experience

It was a great tour were we tried all the best from Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisines. Reka not only explained everything about the dishes, but we also enjoyed conversions about how all the different cultures live together in Malaysia.

Thank Veeciox
Reviewed 8 October 2018
Great tour guide

We really enjoyed our food tour in KL with TK, who is a very experienced and funny guide. He introduced us to the unique local food - be it of Chinese, Indian or Malay origin. Besides that, he also told us lots of fun facts...More

1  Thank BeatA176
Reviewed 1 October 2018 via mobile
Really cool Food Tour with Guide Reka

first to Reka, she is not only a good tour guide, she is from the first minute heart warming and very authentic and just as you want to have a guide! The Tour was amazing! nice places and different food, like it should be! we...More

Thank Pathfinder630694
Reviewed 22 August 2018
Awesome food-experience

We booked the food-tour with Siddoz on one of the last days of our holiday in Malaysia but we should have done this on our first day. The weeks before, we only had food we knew, a bit hesitant to try something new. Siddoz put...More

Thank Monique K
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Geno M
11 August 2018|
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Tour is 5 hours (1 pm - 6 pm), and I’d estimate there are between 12-15 indicidual stops. These range from just a quick stop to tell a story about a site to a seat in Maxwell Food Center for 20 minutes to have a bite to eat.
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Neasa N
2 August 2018|
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