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Tuesday, June 09, 2015


I visited my aunty and cousins in Kuala Lumpur during the mid-term school holidays. We travelled there with KTM Express train. The journey is about 6 hours but we were not that lucky as the train electricity supply was disrupted and there was a delay for 3 hours. Luckily, it was raining and the weather was cool. 
For leisure purposes, I especially like to travel by train as I love enjoying the views throughout the journey from Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur. Moreover, my aunt stays in the city itself so it is more convenient by train than by plane. If on business, it is always by plane. 
It has been for years I haven’t really spend time with my KL relatives even though we do meet up during some family occasions at various states. 
Before arriving in KL, I already pre-empt my aunt that I must try some of the local food which I have ate when I was staying with her during my study and working days decades ago. I gave her a list of them. Being a very loving and caring aunt, she made sure I had them all during my stay. Of course, there are ample choice of food in KL city but I particularly would like to have these food. 
 KL Hokkien Mee [Charcoal fried Tai Lok Mee], Dumplings Soup, Bak Ngee Soup, KL Loh Mee,  at Kim Lean Kee,
The Garden, Mid-Valley

A bowl of dumplings costs RM 8.90 and a plate of noodles costs RM 12.90 excluding service tax and GST
 KL Hor Fun and KL Hokkien Mee at Sentul Ah Yap Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee Restaurant, Off Jalan Ipoh, KL
A plate costs RM 16.00 [portion for 2]
  • KL Hokkien Mee using the thick fat yellow noodles with lots of crispy pork lard
  • KL Loh Mee using the thick fat yellow noodles is a thick soup like shark’s fin soup served with black vinegar
  • KL Hor Fun with thick gravy with beaten eggs
KL Ampang Yong Taufu and Dumpling Soup
Ampang [nearby Ampang Kew Ong Yeah Temple]
My cousin sister ordered 50 pieces [assorted].  I don't know how much this cost.
 KL Wantan Noodles [dry and soup types] at one of the Kopitiam in a housing estate off Batu 5 Jalan Ipoh, KL

 Stir Fried Beehoon with Clams
at Restoran Kim Hoe, Pulau Ketam, Selangor
 KL Claypot Chicken Rice with Salted Fish
at Food Hall, KLCC
 Taiwanese Snow Ice with Mangoes, 
Yam and Sweet Potato Balls at Snowflakes,
Berjaya Times Square
 Klang Bak Kut Teh 
at Yeoh's Bak Kut Teh, behind Klang Hokkien Association
Buddha's Fruit [Lou Han Kao] and Longan Sweet Cold Dessert,
 Petaling Street, KL
 KL Chee Cheong Fun with the fu chok, fish balls etc
 serve with some soup and sweet sauce

Breakfast Food  at Taman Mastiara Coffee Shop - Yee Mee in Wok, Pan Mee Soup, KL Style Koay Teow Soup and KL Char Koay Teow

KL Fish Noodles Soup - my aunt bought the fresh noodles from the wet market and cooked it for us at home.  It was good with a light soup.
KL Dim Sum, the one in Ipoh Road which sells extra large dim sums [paus, siew mai, fish balls etc]
KL Cantonese Sang Mee – crispy fried noodles with thick gravy
KL Laksa – similar to Penang Curry Mee [I like the thick fragrant coconut milk soup]
There were lots more local food and drinks we had but too bad for some, I didn’t manage to the photos due to timing [we had Dim Sum at 12 midnight] and on some occasions I have forgotten to bring along my handy and camera. 
There are also several must visit places [listed below] that I have to go because of the group of people I came with. My teenage niece has never visited KL, my sister in-law and friend have not really seen KL even though they do travelled to KL for certain purposes. Anyway, we managed to visit these places which I think is more than enough for a week long trip.
KL Thean Hou Temple
National Monument and Parliament House
Batu Caves
Putrajaya Floral Fest At Night

Dataran Merdeka, Abdul Samad Building
Sunway Pyramid and Lagoon
KL Golden Triangle [Bukit Bintang Area] and shopping complexes like Pavilion, Berjaya Times Square etc
Petaling Street etc [didn't take any photos of these places as weather wasn't good at the time of visit]
Istana Negara, Jalan Duta

Anyway, we ended up visiting more places apart from the above like Klang, Pulau Ketam and Jenjarom-Kuala Langat, Selangor. 
Pulau Ketam

Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple 


Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, Selangor 
Here is the address
PT2297, Jalan Sg. Buaya, 42600 Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, Selangor, Malaysia.
 Tel : 603-31911533 / 31914304 Fax : 603-31911467

We even managed to have our morning exercises at the Metropolitan Park at Taman Mastiara. All in all it was a very enjoyable trip for us and for this credit must be given to my aunty and cousins who have made my plans accomplished. I am happy that quality times [family ties strengthened] have been spent with them during this week long trip. 
If I do visit KL next time, I must meet up with my friends and spend more time with my relatives too.


  1. Hi Kimmy! Wah, your stay in KL was fully packed with sight seeing and eating lots of the good food here. Just like when people go to Penang, sure will want to eat the Penang specialties! I am glad that you had a wonderful time with your aunt and cousins. It sounds like a lot of fun.

  2. Hi Phong Hong, a week isn't enough. Me and my aunt, uncle and cousins are very close to each other. During this time, I just relax and enjoy each others company and food lah. I'm looking forward to spending more time with them in future. Really, it's fun but too bad I didn't get to meet up with my KL friends...Time constraint.