Kuala Lumpur & Chow Kit
You haven’t truly done justice to your visit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia until you have wandered its fresh markets. Take in the sights of its produce, understand how these markets impact and play a role in the lives of local Malaysians and fellow immigrants of the country.
Chow Kit Market is one of the largest wet markets in the city of Kuala Lumpur and It is named after the former tin miner and public figure, Loke Chow Kit. The market is divided into two sections: the wet and dry market. The wet market, known locally as Bazaar Baru Chow Kit. We will walk through the stalls and expect to see everything from hanging meat carcasses to freshly caught fish lining the narrow passageway, endless varieties of tropical fresh fruits and vegetables and all manner of Malaysian specialties and ingredients from curry pastes, herbs to spices that make our food so very delicious and well-known in the world.
The dry market of Malay heritage and origins, features a more tourist-friendly setting selling prayer clothings, textiles and street food such as Apam Balik, Peneram, Keropok Lekor, Murtabak and many more.
Explore with us the must have KL Street Food and market,as well as enjoy a local beef noodles at the end of the food trail and learn some Malay words and language in preparation for your next trip to Malaysia.
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- Stable internet connection
- Culture & Heritage
- Minimum 4 pax
- Maximum 10 pax