Klang Valley’s Famous Food Courts

Malaysia is widely famous for its delicious food. Eating outside is very common in Malaysia, as  most Malaysians don’t cook at home. The biggest population of Malaysians prefer to eat outside rather cook at home.

One of the reasons why they would prefer to eat outside is they are getting food at cheaper rate and the food is appetizing.

In Malaysia, you don’t have to necessarily eat in the hotels as there are a large number of hawker stalls and food courts around. All you have to do is just order your dish and you will get famous Malaysian dishes right there on your table…. Among the dishes available would be the Roti Canai, Satay,  Bak Kut Teh, Nasi Kandar, Cendol, Asam Pedas, Rojak and many more.

Klang Valley consists of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Kuala Lumpur is the heart of Malaysia as it is the capital of Malaysia in the middle of the Selangor state, and thus to Malaysians, both Kuala Lumpur and Selangor is known as the Klang Valley… Tourists visiting Malaysia should not miss out on visiting Klang Valley. Klang Valley is not  just famous for its beauty but also for the delicious and mouth watering food offered by some of its famous food courts around.

When you travel to this beautiful Malaysian city don’t forget to visit some of the famous food courts below. You may use food coupons to cut the cost on your total bill ..

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  1. Food Republic Pavilion- Located in the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur along the Jalan Bukit Bintang of Kuala Lumpur this food court offers you some of the best quality and tasty food at reasonable rates. Three most famous food stall in food republic are Xian Wei Fish Village which offers you fish noodles, green mussel noodles, curry seafood noodles and many more delicious items, the second famous stall is Seafood pot where you will be served with Fish prawn, Fish head, Pan mee curry with cheese, cuttlefish, mussels, prawns and other delicious items while the third stall is Ayam Penyet stall which serves spicy and yummy smashed chicken. Did you know you can actually use Groupon, one of my favorite deals website to save money… Last week I ordered some food online and saved 15% on my total bill with Groupon discount codes.

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  1. Signatures Food Court at Suria KLCC- Located in Suria KLCC along Jalan Ampang, this is also one of the notable food courts of Kuala Lumpur. This food court is where you are offered with a vast variety of international food and vast variety of Asian food.

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  1. Damansara uptown food court- is where you can find the famous Ah Keong Yong Tau Foo Chee Cheong Fan …. This food court has 33 little food stalls and offers you a wide range of Chinese cuisine which includes vegetarian, vegan, sushi, noodles, poached eggs, baked beans and more. It aims at bringing fun and quirky food for its customers.

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Ming Tien Food Court- This famous food court was opened in 2001 and is outskirts of Kuala Lumpur in Selangor. This food court has an excellent infrastructure and well, you can find a wide variety of food such as Indian naan and tandoori, Japanese sushi and rice sets, Western-style barbecued ribs, pizzas and pastas, Thai stir-fries and even Vietnamese pho (beef noodles). There are also seafood stalls which sell crabs and other type of seafood which attract a huge number of customers to this food court nightly..

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  1. Sungei Wang Plaza Food Court – Opened from 10am to 10pm this famous Kuala Lumpur food court is located on the fourth floor of the famous Sungei Wang Plaza  offers all kinds of everything and win the heart of many customers with it tasty food and exclusive choices…

Note – Pictures are sourced from google and belong to their owners, and do not belong to me…

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