Experience the true Malaysian culture, a melding of Malay, Indian, and Chinese. Eat your way through the history of the city and see a new part of the city, from the eyes of a local. Enjoy the company of other food fans and end your day with a rich coffee drink.
Sample delicious Malaysian dishes
Explore the streets and alleys of Kuala Lumpur
Discover the best street food Kuala Lumpur has to offer
Treat your feet and your taste buds to a 3.5-hour interactive walking tour that takes you on a tasting tour through the alleys and narrow ways of Kuala Lumpur and its suburbs by foot. The history of Malaysia is alive and can be experienced on a plate. Check out the Brickfields neighborhood area where there is strong Indian influence in the architecture, the music, and the food. Sample a delicious serving from a banana leaf where the food is the king without the tourist glitz. Seek out the sweet vendors where you can enjoy a fresh banana fritter, sticky sweet gulab jamu, or the local favorite: cendol (which is made of shaved ice, plum sugar, kidney beans, and coconut milk jelly!). After this, hop onto the local transport system to be swept from India to China. Bustle your way through Chinatown for a totally different vibe. Tuck in some wonderfully tasty noodles and sample some refreshing lime juice whilst taking in the action all around. Finish off with a coffee at an old-school coffee house where you will be able to see the evolution of the city through photos from the past. As you let your stomach rest a little, your local guide will be able to help you plan your afternoon, and more importantly, recommend somewhere great for a fabulous local dinner.